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Explores themes equivalent to immobilized and supported catalysts; solid-acid, base-metal, heterogeneous, stereoselective, and Raney-type catalysis.

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Copyright © 2003 Marcel Dekker, Inc. 30 Morawsky et al. After complete conversion of ethyl pyruvate the concentration of DH-CIN in the reaction solution decreases dramatically using acetic acid as solvent. In contrast, in cyclohexane the amount of DH-CIN in solution remains constant even if the enantioselective hydrogenation of ethyl pyruvate is not stopped at complete conversion. In addition, traces of CIN could be found in the reaction solution more than one hour after complete conversion using cyclohexane as solvent.

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Liquid-phase enantioselective hydrogenation of l-phenyl-l,2-propanedione. Pt-catalysts were prepared by impregnation of the support, precalcined at different temperature, with solutions of H2PtCl6 The catalysts were dried and stored for the use. g. % Pd where the support was calcined at 1173 K prior to metal loading). Catalyst Characterization Direct current plasma technique (DCP) was used to determine the metal content of the catalysts. The metal dispersions was measured by hydrogen adsorption at 298 K (363 K for Pd-catalyst).

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