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KNIFfON 52 REFERENCES 1. B. W. Hatt and D. H. Kerriqge, Chem. , 15, 78 (1979). 2. C. N. Kenney, Catal. Rev. Sci. , 3. H. L. Jones and R. A. Osteryoung, 'Advances in Molten Salt Chemistry,' VoI. 3, ed. J. Braunstein, G. Mamantov and G. P. Smith, Plenum Press, New York, 1975, Chapter 3. 4. J. E. Gordon, 'Techniques and Methods of Organic and Organometallic Chemistry,' VoI. 1, ed. D. B. Denney, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1969, Chapter 3. 5. J. F. Knifton, J. Am. Chem. , 103, 3959 (1981). 6. J. F. Knifton, J.
I - - ,I -----2100. I 2000. IIAVENUI1BER$ 1900. 1800. 1700. 1600. : F1gure 12 Hydroformylat1on of 1ntemal octenes Spectra of typ1cal product solut10ns. A. Catslyst precursor RuOz-BIPY/Bu4PBr, B Catalyst precursor RU02/Bu4POAc. HOMOGENEOUS TRANSmON-METAL CATALYSIS IN MOLTEN SALTS 45 Typical hydroformylation activity is illustrated in Table XII for a model, internal, linear-backbone, olefin mixture (2-, 3- and 4octenes) using as catalyst precursor, a dispersion of ruthenium(IV) oxide, hydrate in tetrabutylphosphonium bromide (expt.
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Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis: A Series of Advances by J. F. Knifton (auth.), Renato Ugo (eds.)