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Metal–organic frameworks of the MIL-101 family as heterogeneous single-site catalysts
Nataliya V. Maksimchuk, Olga V. Zalomaeva, Igor Y. Skobelev, Konstantin A. Kovalenko, Vladimir P. Fedin and Oxana A. Kholdeeva
Proceedings: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
Vol. 468, No. 2143 (8 July 2012), pp. 2017-2034
Published by: Royal Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41511125
Page Count: 18
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In this short review paper, we survey our recent findings in the catalytic applications of mesoporous metal–organic frameworks of the MIL-101 family (Fe- and Cr-MIL-101) and demonstrate their potential in two types of liquid-phase processes: (i) selective oxidation of hydrocarbons with green oxidants—O₂ and tert-butyl hydroperoxide—and (ii) coupling reaction of organic oxides with CO₂. A comparison with conventional single-site catalysts is made with special attention to issues of the catalyst's resistance to metal leaching and the nature of catalysis.
Proceedings: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences © 2012 Royal Society