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|Abstract:||The activity of aryl-substituted bis(imino)pyridine and bis(arylimidazol-2-ylidene)pyridine iron dinitrogen complexes has been evaluated in a series of catalytic olefin hydrogenation reactions. In general, more electron-donating chelates with smaller 2,6-aryl substituents produce more active iron hydrogenation catalysts. Establishment of this structure activity relationship has produced base metal catalysts that exhibit high turnover frequencies for the hydrogenation of unfunctionalized, tri- and tetrasubstituted alkenes, one of the most challenging substrate classes for homogeneous hydrogenation catalysts.|
|Citation:||Yu, Renyuan Pony, Darmon, Jonathan M, Hoyt, Jordan M, Margulieux, Grant W, Turner, Zoe R, Chirik, Paul J. (2012). High-Activity Iron Catalysts for the Hydrogenation of Hindered, Unfunctionalized Alkenes. ACS CATALYSIS, 2 1760 - 1764. doi:10.1021/cs300358m|
|Pages:||1760 - 1764|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||ACS CATALYSIS|
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