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Volume 131 Issue 1 January 2019 Article ID 0004
An eco-friendly method for the oxidative transformation of alcohols to their corresponding carbonyl compounds by using g-C3N4@CuO as a photoactive heterogeneous catalyst has been developed. The catalyst was characterized by SEM-EDX, TEM, BET surface area measurements, powder XRD, FTIR, photoluminescence and UV-Vis spectroscopy. It was found to be very effective for the conversion of both primary and secondary alcohols into aldehydes and ketones with excellent yields using
Volume 133 All articles Published: 1 March 2021 Article ID 0027
The iron oxide was successfully supported on activated clay/carbon through an experimentally viable protocol for both hydrations of nitrile to amide and reduction of nitro compounds to amines. The asprepared catalyst has been extensively characterised by XPS, SEM-EDX, TEM, TGA, BET surface area measurements and powdered X-ray diffraction (PXRD). A wide variety of substrates could be converted to the desired products with good to excellent yields by using water as a green solvent for both the reactions. The catalyst was recyclable and reusable up to six consecutive cycles without compromising its catalytic proficiency.
Activated Mont K10 carbon-supported Fe2O3 is a very efficient and versatile heterogeneous catalytic system for hydration of nitriles to amides and reduction of nitro compounds to amines and can be reused up to six consecutive cycles without significant loss in catalytic activity.
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