Engineering Sustainable Catalysis Sustainable Catalysis as long as Marine Renewable Energy Christopher Hinde, David Xuereb, Matthew Potter, Robert Raja http:// www.soton.ac.uk/chemistry/about/staff/rr3.page
Rosales, Martin, Opinion Writer has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal Engineering Sustainable CatalysisPorous Molecular Frameworks: Design StrategyDesigning novel framework structures (zeolites, AlPOs, MOFs, ZIFs) with tuneable pore architecturesIsomorphous substitution of framework anions in addition to cations with catalytically active transition-metal entities Take advantage of pore aperture as long as shape-, regio- in addition to enantio-selectivityPropertiesHybrid/hierarchical architecturesWide-ranging chemical propertiesRedox Catalysis (selective oxidations, epoxidation)Acid Catalysis (Alkylations, isomerisations, dehydration)Bifunctional in addition to cascade reactionsOxyfunctionalisation of alkanes in addition to aromatics (C-H activation)High thermal stability/recyclabilityIndustrial CollaborationsGreener NylonTerephthalate-based fibresAdipic Acid-CaprolactamBio-ethanol dehydrationCascade Reactions in addition to Flow ChemistryClean in addition to Sustainable ChemistryMarine Renewable EnergyFine-Chemicals Pharmaceutical IntermediatesCapitalising on Catalytic SynergyNature of framework in addition to orientation of pore architecture (channels vs. cages) as long as controlling molecular transportPrecise location, electronic configuration in addition to coordination geometry of active centresProximity of active sites as long as enabling transition-states in addition to mechanistic pathwaysDiscrete single-sites as long as enhanced catalytic turnovers Single-sites with specific function (e.g. redox vs. acid properties) as long as targeted catalysisDesigning active sites with an intrinsic role: e.g. substrate vs. oxidant binding as long as enhancing rates, facilitating diffusion, stabilizing transition-states in addition to maximising atom efficiency (reduce waste). surface renderreconstructionNanoparticle Catalysts as long as Converting Sugars to Nylon 3D Tomogram generated from 2D HAADF-TEM imagesChem. Eur. J., 2010, 16, 8202-8209Anchored Organocatalyst on Mesoporous SilicaContacts:Dr. Robert RajaUniversity of SouthamptonT: +44 2380 592144; R.Raja@soton.ac.ukhttp://www.soton.ac.uk/chemistry/about/staff/rr3.pageNanoparticle Catalysts from Cluster PrecursorsMicroporous Architectures as long as Shape-Selective CatalysisNovel Framework Architectures as long as Enhanced SCR applications in Marine EngineeringDalton Trans., 2012, 41, 982-989Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 2805-2807Catal. Sci. Technol., 2011, 1, 517-534. Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 517519Sustainable Catalysis as long as Marine Renewable EnergyChristopher Hinde, David Xuereb, Matthew Potter, Robert Rajahttp://www.soton.ac.uk/chemistry/about/staff/rr3.pageR.Raja@soton.ac.uk; (alternative to bioethanol)(polymers & plastics)
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