A porphyrin-based microporous network polymer that acts as an efficient catalyst for cyclooctene and cyclohexane oxidation under mild conditions

Abstract

The highly efficient dibenzodioxin-forming reaction between the (pentafluorophenyl)porphyrin manganese(III) (MnP) and hexahydroxytriptycene (HHT) provide a new microporous network polymer (P1), which demonstrated a large surface area (1080 m2 g− 1) and proved to be an efficient solid for heterogeneous catalysis for cyclooctene and cyclohexane oxidation under mild conditions and with high capacity of recovery and reuse in many catalytic cycles

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