Metal-Free Reduction of Phosphine Oxides Using Polymethylhydrosiloxane
AbstractA simple protocol is presented here for the use of inexpensive polymethylhydrosiloxane (PMHS), a waste product of the silicon industry, as stoichiometric reducing agent for phosphine oxides to phosphines, a highly desirable reaction to recover P-based ligands from their spent form. The reactions were studied by screening parameters, such as substrate to reductant ratio, temperature and reaction time, achieving good conversions and selectivities. View Full-Text
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Nicolas, E.; Guerriero, A.; Lyaskovskyy, V.; Peruzzini, M.; Lammertsma, K.; Gonsalvi, L.; Slootweg, J.C. Metal-Free Reduction of Phosphine Oxides Using Polymethylhydrosiloxane. Inorganics 2016, 4, 34.
Nicolas E, Guerriero A, Lyaskovskyy V, Peruzzini M, Lammertsma K, Gonsalvi L, Slootweg JC. Metal-Free Reduction of Phosphine Oxides Using Polymethylhydrosiloxane. Inorganics. 2016; 4(4):34.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nicolas, Emmanuel; Guerriero, Antonella; Lyaskovskyy, Volodymyr; Peruzzini, Maurizio; Lammertsma, Koop; Gonsalvi, Luca; Slootweg, J. C. 2016. "Metal-Free Reduction of Phosphine Oxides Using Polymethylhydrosiloxane." Inorganics 4, no. 4: 34.
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