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Ru nanoparticles dispersed on magnetic yolk-shell nanoarchitectures with Fe3O4 core and sulfoacid-containing periodic mesoporous organosilica shell as bifunctional catalysts for direct conversion of cellulose to isosorbide

Ru nanoparticles dispersed on magnetic yolk-shell nanoarchitectures with Fe3O4 core and sulfoacid-containing periodic mesoporous organosilica shell as bifunctional catalysts for direct conversion of cellulose to isosorbide
Na Zhang, Feng Yang, Ying Yang, Shijie Hao, Xin Zhang, Guoming Zhao, Dehong Zeng, Wen Zhang, Biao Zhou
High productivity of isosorbide was achieved using novel magnetic Ru-SO3H nanoreactors as bifunctional catalysts.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/NR/~3/1yYDAgwim-I/C7NR07875G

DOI: 2018/NR/C7NR07875G

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