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10 March 2015
ISSN 1566-7367
Catalysis Communications
Volume 63, 10 March 2015
Volume 63
(Abstracted/Indexed in: Chemical Abstracts; Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology Abstracts; Engineering
Information Inc.; Science Citation Index;Theoretical Engineering Abstracts). Also covered in the abstract and citation
database – Scopus®. Full text available on ScienceDirect®.
Guest Editors: Frédéric Lamaty and Jairton Dupont
Vol. 63 (2015) 1– 84
Special Issue: Catalysis in neoteric solvents or alternative media
Preface to the special issue on ‘Catalysis in neoteric solvents or alternative media’
F. Lamaty and J. Dupont
Organic reactions in water or biphasic aqueous systems under sonochemical conditions. A review on catalytic
G. Cravotto, E. Borretto, M. Oliverio, A. Procopio and A. Penoni
Easy entry to donor/acceptor butadiene dyes through a MW-assisted InCl3-catalyzed coupling of propargylic
alcohols with indan-1,3-dione in water
J. Francos, J. Borge, J. Díez, S.E. García-Garrido and V. Cadierno
Thiourea-catalyzed dearomatizing [4+2] cycloadditions of 3-nitroindole
M. Andreini, M. De Paolis and I. Chataigner
Nano-ruthenium particles supported on a core-shell shuttle: As an efficient lipophilic catalyst for the aerobic
oxidation of biomass-derived 5-(Hydroxymethyl)furfural
Y. Zhu, X. Liu, M. Shen, Y. Xia and M. Lu
Tridentate ONS vs. ONO salicylideneamino(thio)phenolato [MoO2L] complexes for catalytic solvent-free
epoxidation with aqueous TBHP
W. Wang, T. Vanderbeeken, D. Agustin and R. Poli
Special Issue: Catalysis in neoteric solvents or alternative media
Olefin metathesis transformations in thermomorphic multicomponent solvent systems
S. Huang, H. Bilel, F. Zagrouba, N. Hamdi, C. Bruneau and C. Fischmeister
Guest Editors: Frédéric Lamaty and Jairton Dupont
Effects of Fe doping on oxygen vacancy formation and CO adsorption and oxidation at the ceria(111) surface
X.-S. Liu, X.-D. Wang, M. Yao, W. Cui and H. Yan
Fe3O4/SiO2/(CH2)3N + Me3Br3− core–shell nanoparticles: A novel catalyst for the solvent-free synthesis of fiveand six-membered heterocycles
A. Farrokhi, K. Ghodrati and I. Yavari
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James G. Goodwin Jr.
Department of Chemical and
Biomolecular Engineering
Clemson University, Clemson
SC 29634-0909, USA
Fax: +18646560784
E-mail: [email protected]
Angelika Brückner
E.A. Blekkan
(Dept. of Chemical Engineering,
Norwegian University of Science
& Technology (NTNU), Norway)
J. Caro
(Institut fu¨r Physikalische
Chemie und Elektrochemie der
Universita¨t Hannover, Germany)
Y.-W. Chen
(Dept. of Chemical Engineering,
National Central University,
Chung-Li, Taiwan)
V.R. Choudhary
(Chemical Engineering and
Process Development Division,
National Chemical Laboratory,
Pune, India)
Leibniz-Institut fu¨r Katalyse
P.O. Box 96 11 56, D-12474 Berlin,
Steven S.C. Chuang
Fax: +49 (0)30 6392 4454
(University of Akron, Ohio, USA)
E-mail: [email protected]
Jean-François Carpentier
Université de Rennes 1
UMR 6226 -Catalyse et Organométalliques
Bât 10C, Campus de Beaulieu,
35042 Rennes, France
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E-mail: [email protected]
C. Claver
(Fac. de Quimica,
Universitat Rovira i Virgili,
Tarragona, Spain)
J.G. de Vries
(DSM Research,
The Netherlands)
R. Gomez
(Dept. of Chemistry,
Univ. Autónoma Metropolitana
Iztapalapa, Mexico City, Mexico)
A.A. Adesina
(University of New South Wales, Australia)
S.B. Halligudi
(Catalysis Ctr. for Molecular
Korea Research Institute
of Chemical Technology)
J. Barrault
(Lab. Catalyse Chimie Organique,
Universite´ de Poitiers, France)
Z.P. Hao
(Center for Eco-Environmental
Sciences, Chinese Academy of
Sciences (CAS), Beijing, China)
Editorial Board
J.S.J. Hargreaves
(Dept. of Chemistry,
University of Glasgow, UK)
A. Sayari
(Department of Chemistry,
University of Ottawa, Canada)
F. Joo´
(Inst. of Physical Chemistry,
University of Debrecen, Hungary)
A.F. Lee
(Cardiff Catalysis Institute,
Cardiff University, UK)
R. Luque
(Depto. de Química Orgánica,
Universidad de Cordoba,
Campus de Rabanales, Spain)
B. Lücke
(Leibniz-Institute for Catalysis,
Richard-Willstätter-Strasse 12,
12849 Berlin, Germany)
K. Mashima
(Department of Chemistry,
Graduate School of Engineering
Science, Osaka University, Japan)
E. Monflier
(UMR CNRS 8181,
Faculté des Sciences Jean Perrin,
Université d'Artois, France)
A. Mortreux
(Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du
Solide, Ecole Nationale Superieure
de Chimie de Lille, France)
J. Pe´rez-Ramı´rez
(General, Institute of Chemical
Research of Catalonia (ICIQ),
Tarragona, Spain)
P. Praserthdam
(Center of Excellence on Catalysis
and Catalytic Reaction Engineering,
Department of Chemical
Engineering, Chulalongkorn
University, Bangkok, Thailand)
Palladium nanoparticles stabilised by PTA derivatives in glycerol: Synthesis and catalysis in a green wet phase
F. Chahdoura, I. Favier, C. Pradel, S. Mallet-Ladeira and M. Gómez
J. Schwank
(Department of Chemical
Engineering, University of
Michigan, USA)
Synthesis of an yttrium-modified bulk Ni2P catalyst with high hydrodesulfurization activity
H. Song, X.-W. Xu, H.-L. Song, N. Jiang and F.-Y. Zhang
M.S. Scurrell
(School of Chemistry,
University of the Witwatersrand,
Johannesburg, South Africa)
Tuning the hydrogen donor/acceptor behavior of ionic liquids in Pd-catalyzed multi-step reactions
A.M. López-Vinasco, I. Guerrero-Ríos, I. Favier, C. Pradel, E. Teuma, M. Gómez and E. Martin
Rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of 1-decene in low melting mixtures based on various cyclodextrins and
N,N ′-dimethylurea
M. Ferreira, F. Jérôme, H. Bricout, S. Menuel, D. Landy, S. Fourmentin, S. Tilloy and E. Monflier
Styrene polymerization efficiently catalyzed by iron-containing imidazolium-based ionic liquids: Reaction
mechanism and enhanced ionic liquid effect
T.S. Rodrigues, F. Machado, P.M. Lalli, M.N. Eberlin and B.A.D. Neto
Cyclodextrins as first and second sphere ligands for Rh(I) complexes of lower-rim PTA derivatives for use as
catalysts in aqueous phase hydrogenation
J. Potier, A. Guerriero, S. Menuel, E. Monflier, M. Peruzzini, F. Hapiot and L. Gonsalvi
Solvent-free Baeyer–Villiger oxidation with H2O2 as oxidant catalyzed by multi-SO3H functionalized
heteropolyanion-based ionic hybrids
X. Li, R. Cao and Q. Lin
B.H. Shanks
(Dept. of Chemical and Biological
Engineering, Iowa State University,
G.B. Shul'pin
(Inst. of Chemical Physics,
Russian Academy of Sciences,
Moscow, Russian Federation)
I.K. Song
(Dept. of Chemical and Biological
Seoul National University, Korea)
V. Subramani
(Refining and Logistics Technology,
BP America, Inc., Naperville, USA)
D. Uner
(Dept. of Chemical Engineering,
Middle East Technical University
(METU), Ankara, Turkey)
J. Zhao
(Inst. of Chemistry,
Chinese Academy of Sciences
(CAS), Beijing, China)
M.M. Ziolek
(Fac. of Chemistry,
Adam Mickiewicz University of
Poznan, Poland)
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