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      Supported ionic liquids; hydrogen bonding; phthalate diesters; selectivity; diesterification.

    • Abstract

       

      In this study, two novel acidic ionic liquids, including a hydroxyl functionalized diacidic ionic liquid [HFDAIL] and a sulfonated diacidic ionic liquid [SFDAIL], were prepared and immobilized on the surface of silica nanoparticles (SNPs) via hydrogen bonding. The materials were characterized by FT-IR, NMR, SEM, nitrogen physisorption measurement, TGA and acid-base titration. The catalytic activity of the prepared catalysts was investigated in the synthesis of phthalate, maleate and succinate diesters under solventfree conditions. It was found that nanosilica@[HFDAIL] with higher availability of acidic sites and higher hydrophilicity was more efficient compared to the nanosilica@[SFDAIL]. Notably, nanosilica@[HFDAIL] catalyst has also demonstrated excellent selectivity for the diester product while the monoester product was predominant in the case of nanosilica@[SFDAIL] even after prolonged reaction time or higher catalyst loading.In addition, the nanosilica@[HFDAIL] catalyst could be separated by simple filtration and reused several times without any significant loss of catalytic performance, but a remarkable decrease in activity was observed fornanosilica@[SFDAIL] in the next runs.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      REZA FAREGHI-ALAMDARI1 MEHRI NADIRI NIRI1 HASSAN HAZARKHANI2

      1. Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Malek-Ashtar University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
      2. Center for Research and Science Education, Organization for Educational Research and Planning, Tehran, Iran
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