Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–27): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 2.1 Carbon Monoxide and Synthesis gasoline Chemistry (pages 29–194): Carl D. Frohning, Christian W. Kohlpaintner and Hans?Willi Bohnen
Chapter 2.2 Hydrogenation (pages 195–212): Henri Brunner
Chapter 2.3 Reactions of Unsaturated Compounds (pages 213–385): Walter Kaminsky and Michael Arndt?Rosenau
Chapter 2.4 Oxidations (pages 386–467): Reinhard Jira
Chapter 2.5 Reactions with Hydrogen Cyanide (Hydrocyanation) (pages 468–490): Steffen Krill
Chapter 2.6 Hydrosilylation and similar Reactions of Silicon Compounds (pages 491–512): Bogdan Marciniec
Chapter 2.7 response with Nitrogen Compounds: Hydroamination (pages 513–524): Rudolf Taube
Chapter 2.8 Reactions of Hydrocarbons and different Saturated Compounds (pages 525–556): Charles C. Hobbs, David A. Schiraldi, Wolfgang A. Herrmann and Marco Stoeckl
Chapter 2.9 uneven Syntheses (pages 557–585): Ryoji Noyori, Shohei Hashiguchi and Toru Yamano
Chapter 2.10 Ferrocene as a fuel and gasoline Additive (pages 586–590): Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 2.11 The Suzuki Cross?Coupling (pages 591–598): Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.1 improvement of tools: part 3.1.1–188.8.131.52.4 (pages 599–740): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.1 improvement of tools: part 3.1.3–184.108.40.206 (pages 740–871): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.2 distinct Catalysts and techniques: part 3.2.1–220.127.116.11 (pages 872–1033): Carsten Schultz, Harald Groger, Carlo Dinkel, Karlheinz Drauz and Herbert Waldmann
Chapter 3.2 detailed Catalysts and strategies: part 3.2.7–18.104.22.168 (pages 1034–1130): Carsten Schultz, Harald Groger, Carlo Dinkel, Karlheinz Drauz and Herbert Waldmann
Chapter 3.3 exact items: 3.3.1–22.214.171.124 (pages 1131–1240): Hans?Ulrich Blaser, Benoit Pugin and Felix Spindler
Chapter 3.3 precise items: 3.3.7–126.96.36.199 (pages 1241–1340): Hans?Ulrich Blaser, Benoit Pugin and Felix Spindler
Chapter 4.1 Homogeneous Catalysis ? Quo vadis? (pages 1341–1383): Wolfgang A. Herrmann and Boy Cornils
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3)) [28b], and the molecular 5 I Introduction 7 model (Structure 6) derived from a so-called silsesquioxane (R = cyclopentyV -hexyl) is related to it [28c,d]. Bearing these facts in mind it is not surprising that a compromise between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts, made by combining the advantages of the catalytic methods, has so far been attempted only from the homogeneous catalysis side, i. 1). 3) failed. ” remains unanswered . Taking all methods of mineral oil processing into account, the relative share of heterogeneous to homogeneous catalysis is approx.
1953, 582, 87; W. Reppe, H. Vetter, ibid. 1953, 582, 133. [ I l l J. A. Moulijn et al. : J. A. Moulijn, P. W. N. M. van Leeuwen, R. A. van Santen), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1993, p. 3. [ 121 W. A. Henmann, Kontakte (Merck-Darmstadt) 1988, (I), 3; W. A. Henmann, ibid. 1991, (11, 22. [I31 A. , Vol. A18, VCH, Weinheim, 1991, p. 215; Paper presented on the occasion of Professor Keim’s 60th birthday, Aachen, November 1994. [ 141 B. Cornils, J. Falbe, 4th Int. Symp. Homogeneous Catalysis, Leningrad, 1984, Preprints, p.
Bearing these facts in mind it is not surprising that a compromise between heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts, made by combining the advantages of the catalytic methods, has so far been attempted only from the homogeneous catalysis side, i. 1). 3) failed. ” remains unanswered . Taking all methods of mineral oil processing into account, the relative share of heterogeneous to homogeneous catalysis is approx. 85: 15 . Table 2 shows to what extent homogeneous catalysts are tailor-made and how variable and adaptable they are to the problem concerned by suitable reaction and unit processes, taking as examples the modern hydroformylation processes and catalysts.
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