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Porous silica-encapsulated and magnetically recoverable Rh NPs: a highly efficient, stable and green catalyst for catalytic transfer hydrogenation with "slow-release" of stoichiometric hydrazine in water

Porous silica-encapsulated and magnetically recoverable Rh NPs: a highly efficient, stable and green catalyst for catalytic transfer hydrogenation with "slow-release" of stoichiometric hydrazine in water
Qionglin Liang, Yunong Li, Yongjian Ai, Shuang Li, Hong-bin Sun, Zixing Shao, Lei Liu, Junjie Zhou, Li Qi, Zhike Tang
A porous core-shell nanocatalyst hydrazine hydrate water system has been developed for the catalytic transfer hydrogenation of nitroarenes.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/GC/~3/qXPho9DnL0c/C7GC00986K

DOI: 2017/GC/C7GC00986K

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