The preparation of three novel active and stable magnetic nanocatalysts for the selective liquid-phase oxidation of several olefins, has been reported. The heterogeneous systems are based on the coordination of cis-MoO2 moiety onto three different SCMNP@Si-(L1-L3) magnetically active supports, functionalized with silylated acylpyrazolonate ligands L1, L2 and L3. Nanocatalysts thoroughly characterized by ATR-IR spectroscopy, TGA and ICP-MS analyses, showed excellent catalytic performances in the oxidation of conjugated or unconjugated olefins either in organic or in aqueous solvents. The good magnetic properties of these catalytic systems allow their easy recyclability, from the reaction mixture, and reuse over five runs without significant decrease in the activity, either in organic or water solvent, demonstrating their versatility and robustness.

Catalytic oxygen atom transfer promoted by tethered Mo(VI) dioxido complexes onto silica-coated magnetic nanoparticles

Colaiezzi R.;Lazzarini A.
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Ferella F.;Paolucci V.;Di Giuseppe A.;Crucianelli M.
2022

Abstract

The preparation of three novel active and stable magnetic nanocatalysts for the selective liquid-phase oxidation of several olefins, has been reported. The heterogeneous systems are based on the coordination of cis-MoO2 moiety onto three different SCMNP@Si-(L1-L3) magnetically active supports, functionalized with silylated acylpyrazolonate ligands L1, L2 and L3. Nanocatalysts thoroughly characterized by ATR-IR spectroscopy, TGA and ICP-MS analyses, showed excellent catalytic performances in the oxidation of conjugated or unconjugated olefins either in organic or in aqueous solvents. The good magnetic properties of these catalytic systems allow their easy recyclability, from the reaction mixture, and reuse over five runs without significant decrease in the activity, either in organic or water solvent, demonstrating their versatility and robustness.
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