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Influence of the organic linker substituent on the catalytic activity of MIL-101(Cr) for the oxidative coupling of benzylamines to imines

By Andrea Santiago-Portillo, Juan F. Blandez, Sergio Navalón Oltra, Maria Mercedes Alvaro Rodríguez and Hermenegildo García Gómez

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[EN] MIL-101(Cr) having substituents at the terephthalate linker (X = H, NO2, SO3H, Cl, CH3 and NH2) promotes the aerobic oxidation of benzylamines to the corresponding N-benzylidene benzylamines at different rates. MIL-101(Cr)¿NO2 was the most active catalyst, about 6-fold more active than the parent MIL-101(Cr). MIL-101(Cr)¿NO2 does not deactivate significantly upon five consecutive reuses, does not leach the metal to the solution and maintains its crystallinity. MIL-101(Cr)¿NO2 is active for a wide range of benzylamines including para-substituted, heterocyclic benzylamines and di- and tribenzylamines.Financial support by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (CTQ 2015-69153-CO2-1, CTQ2014-53292-R, Severo Ochoa) and Generalitat Valenciana (Prometeo 2013014) is gratefully acknowledged.Santiago-Portillo, A.; Blandez, JF.; Navalón Oltra, S.; Alvaro Rodríguez, MM.; García Gómez, H. (2017). Influence of the organic linker substituent on the catalytic activity of MIL-101(Cr) for the oxidative coupling of benzylamines to imines. Catalysis Science & Technology. 7(6):1351-1362. doi:10.1039/c6cy02577cS135113627

Topics: QUIMICA ORGANICA
Publisher: 'Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)'
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1039/c6cy02577c
OAI identifier: oai:riunet.upv.es:10251/103125
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