In this review, the most recent advances (2014-2016) on the synthesis of new polymer-supported catalysts are reported, focusing the attention on the synthetic strategies developed for their preparation. The polymer-supported catalysts examined will be organic-based polymers and organic-inorganic hybrids and will include, among others, polystyrenes, poly-ionic liquids, chiral ionic polymers, dendrimers, carbon nanotubes, as well as silica and halloysite-based catalysts. Selected examples will show the synthesis and application in the field of organocatalysis and metal-based catalysis both for non-asymmetric and asymmetric transformations.

Salvo, A., Giacalone, F., & Gruttadauria, M. (2016). Advances in organic and organic-inorganic hybrid polymeric supports for catalytic applications. MOLECULES, 21(10), 1288 [10.3390/molecules21101288].

Advances in organic and organic-inorganic hybrid polymeric supports for catalytic applications

SALVO, Anna Maria Pia;GIACALONE, Francesco;GRUTTADAURIA, Michelangelo
2016

Abstract

In this review, the most recent advances (2014-2016) on the synthesis of new polymer-supported catalysts are reported, focusing the attention on the synthetic strategies developed for their preparation. The polymer-supported catalysts examined will be organic-based polymers and organic-inorganic hybrids and will include, among others, polystyrenes, poly-ionic liquids, chiral ionic polymers, dendrimers, carbon nanotubes, as well as silica and halloysite-based catalysts. Selected examples will show the synthesis and application in the field of organocatalysis and metal-based catalysis both for non-asymmetric and asymmetric transformations.
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Salvo, A., Giacalone, F., & Gruttadauria, M. (2016). Advances in organic and organic-inorganic hybrid polymeric supports for catalytic applications. MOLECULES, 21(10), 1288 [10.3390/molecules21101288].
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