Catalytic behavior of copper(II) chelate complexes sterically held in zeolite large cavities and fixed on its outer surface by a topological anchorстатья

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[1] Zakharov A. N., Zefirov N. S. Catalytic behavior of copper(ii) chelate complexes sterically held in zeolite large cavities and fixed on its outer surface by a topological anchor // Russian Journal of General Chemistry. — 2009. — Vol. 79, no. 12. — P. 2563–2573. Catalytic properties of copper(II) tricyclic chelate compounds based on enamino ketone of 3-acetyl-2,4-pentanedione and 1,6-hexametylenediamine fixed on NaY and CaA zeolites by the methods of topological and topologically-anchor retention, respectively, were compared. The mode of fixation of chelates on a support affects the character of the liquid-phase catalytic oxidation of cyclohexene by molecular oxygen. At the topological fixation by a steric retention of a chelate compound in a large cavity of NaY zeolite, the reaction rate related to one reaction center of a metal complex is not proportional to the filling degree that points to inaccessibility for a substrate of catalyst molecules localized in inner cavities of crystallites. In an alternative mode of the catalyst topologically-anchor fixation, when only a ligand fragment is held in CaA zeolite, and catalytically active metal center is turned to the side of the reaction medium, the linear dependence of the cyclohexene oxidation rate on the amount of the chelate on the support is retained within the whole studied range of the surface catalyst concentrations. The catalytic activity of the topologically-anchor fixed Cu(II) chelate compound coincides with its activity in the zeolite absence, which points to a pseudo-homogeneous mode of cyclohexene oxidation. At topologically-anchor fixation of a Cu(II) chelate compound on CaA zeolite diffusion limitations characteristic for the fixation by steric retention are completely eliminated. [ DOI ]

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