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Thermoselective phase property of silica tethered with fluorinated chains for controlled 'release' and 'capture' of catalytic fluorous tin species

Abstract:

The temperature dependent mixing of organic and fluorous phases is one of the key principals of fluorous biphasic systems (FBS). Given the high cost of the perfluorous solvents and their impacts to the environment, it is apparent that elimination of these solvents in bulk quantity in the FBS is advantageous. We report for the first time, the surface coverage of silica with a fluorous solvent like material that traps (at ambient temperatures) and releases (at elevated temperatures) a fluorous ...

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Journal:
Catalysis Communications
Volume:
4
Issue:
2
Pages:
45-50
Publication date:
2003-02-05
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ISSN:
1566-7367
URN:
uuid:6faf385b-2f6b-43f1-b50b-869d7cb0e997
Source identifiers:
180239
Local pid:
pubs:180239
Language:
English

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