Gopal Mishra - Immobilized Pd complexes over MCM-41 as supported catalysts for effective reformation of hydrocarbons

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  Graphical abstract: Immobilized Pd complexes over MCM-41 as supported catalysts for effective reformation of hydrocarbons

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    The ethylthio alkane ligands   i.e.   di(ethylthio)ethane, I,   and di(ethylthio)propane, II,   have been used for the synthesis of Pd(II)   complexes. These complexes were covalently anchored to the   modified MCM-41 matrix as supported hybrid catalysts   (MCM-41/I   as Pd–I   and MCM-41/II   asPd–II).   Remarkable catalytic effects were observed when these supported   catalysts act in   n-hexane   and   n-heptane   reformation reactions in the presence of H2.   Catalyst Pd–I   provided the high TONs of 2325 with 91% selectivity for    n-hexane   and high TONs of 2145 with 88% selectivity for   n-heptane   under optimized and relatively mild conditions. A carbenium-based   mechanism has been included to explain the product formation. TGA   analysis indicates that these catalysts were thermally stable up   to the reaction temperature and recyclable for further   utilization.

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