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Efficient and environmentally friendly microwave-assisted synthesis of catalytically active magnetic metallic Ni nanoparticle
(ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, 2017)
Pure magnetic metallic nickel was synthesized by a simple and fast microwave-assisted method using a monomode microwave reactor. Nickel chloride was employed as metal precursor, while an environmental-friendly mixture of ...
Advances in nanocatalysts design for biofuels production
The exploitation of nanocatalysts, at the boundary between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, is tracking new efficient ways to produce renewable biofuels in environmentally friendly conditions. Their solid state ...
Highly active catalytic Ru/TiO2 nanomaterials for continuous production of γ-valerolactone
Green energy production from renewable sources is an attractive but challenging topic to face the likely energy crisis scenario in the future. In the current work, a series of versatile Ru/TiO2 catalysts were simply ...
Sustainable protocol for the reduction of nitroarenes by heterogeneous Au@SBA‐15 using NaBH4 under flow conditions
Gold‐incorporated SBA‐15 catalyst was prepared by a solvent‐free ball milling approach. The catalyst showed high reactivity and selectivity in the reduction of a variety of nitroarenes to anilines operating in absolute ...
Heterogeneously Catalyzed Synthesis of Imidazolones via Cycloisomerizations of Propargylic Ureas Using Ag and Au/Al SBA-15 Systems
The synthesis of imidazolones through the cycloisomerization of ureas, specifically propargylureas, has gained attention due to the large availability of starting materials. However, this type of synthesis normally requires ...