The quest for sustainable processes is becoming more and more important, with catalysis playing a major role in improving atom economy and reducing waste. Organic syntheses with less need of protecting/de-protecting steps are highly desirable. The combination of microwave irradiation, as energy source, with ionic liquids, as both solvents and catalysts, offered interesting solutions in recent years. The literature data of the last 15 years concerning selected reactions are presented, highlighting the importance of microwave (MW) technology coupled with ionic liquids.

Floris, B., Sabuzi, F., Galloni, P., & Conte, V. (2017). The Beneficial Sinergy of MW Irradiation and Ionic Liquids in Catalysis of Organic Reactions. CATALYSTS, 7(9), 261 [10.3390/catal7090261].

The Beneficial Sinergy of MW Irradiation and Ionic Liquids in Catalysis of Organic Reactions

FLORIS, BARBARA;SABUZI, FEDERICA;GALLONI, PIERLUCA;CONTE, VALERIA
2017

Abstract

The quest for sustainable processes is becoming more and more important, with catalysis playing a major role in improving atom economy and reducing waste. Organic syntheses with less need of protecting/de-protecting steps are highly desirable. The combination of microwave irradiation, as energy source, with ionic liquids, as both solvents and catalysts, offered interesting solutions in recent years. The literature data of the last 15 years concerning selected reactions are presented, highlighting the importance of microwave (MW) technology coupled with ionic liquids.
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Settore CHIM/06 - Chimica Organica
English
catalysis; microwave; ionic liquids; C–C bond formation; oxidation
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Floris, B., Sabuzi, F., Galloni, P., & Conte, V. (2017). The Beneficial Sinergy of MW Irradiation and Ionic Liquids in Catalysis of Organic Reactions. CATALYSTS, 7(9), 261 [10.3390/catal7090261].
Floris, B; Sabuzi, F; Galloni, P; Conte, V
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