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A method for hydrogenating and carbonylizing unsaturated compounds in the presence of catalysts based on phosphine and metal complexes

Abstract

The hydrogenation of unsaturated organic compounds or the attachment to them of CO is accomplished with contact with a synthesis gas in the presence of a stereospecific catalyst (Kt), a compound of a metal of the platinum group (preferably Rhodium, but also Platinum, Palladium, Ruthenium or Iridium) and an asymmetrical bis-phosphine of the formula A-(CH2)n-B, where A and B are phosphine groups. R2P and R'2P or RRhP, where R is an aryl radical, R' is aralkyl, alcarylic or alkyl radical, n = 1 to 10, or an asymmetrical monophosphine of the formula R2-R'P. The complex compound also includes Hydrogen, CO and (or) halogen (preferably Chlorine) as ligands. The physical properties of the obtained complex compounds of the carbonylchlorbisphosphines or Rh are presented: trans-(RhC1-(CO)(Ph2P(CH2)6PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP-(CH2)6PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(cycloC6H11PhP(CH2)6-PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP(CH2)4PPh2)2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP(Ch2))2 and PhC1(CO)4(p-C6H4CH2)2P(Ch2)6PPh2). The isolated complexes are light yellow crystalline substances.
Publication Date:
Dec 22, 1982
Product Type:
Patent
Report Number:
GB 8215670
Reference Number:
EDB-84-070943
Resource Relation:
Patent File Date: Filed date 28 May 1982; Other Information: PAT-APPL-2,100,260
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; HYDROGENATION; PHOSPHINES; CHEMICAL PREPARATION; PLATINUM METALS; CATALYTIC EFFECTS; CATALYSTS; HYDROGEN; PHYSICAL PROPERTIES; SYNTHESIS GAS; CHEMICAL REACTIONS; ELEMENTS; FLUIDS; GASES; METALS; NONMETALS; PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS; SYNTHESIS; TRANSITION ELEMENTS; 020400* - Petroleum- Processing; 020500 - Petroleum- Products & By-Products
OSTI ID:
5070106
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Availability:
Plenum Publishing Corp., New York, NY.
Submitting Site:
HEDB
Size:
Pages: v
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Citation Formats

Briggs, J C, and Dyer, G. A method for hydrogenating and carbonylizing unsaturated compounds in the presence of catalysts based on phosphine and metal complexes. United Kingdom: N. p., 1982. Web.
Briggs, J C, & Dyer, G. A method for hydrogenating and carbonylizing unsaturated compounds in the presence of catalysts based on phosphine and metal complexes. United Kingdom.
Briggs, J C, and Dyer, G. 1982. "A method for hydrogenating and carbonylizing unsaturated compounds in the presence of catalysts based on phosphine and metal complexes." United Kingdom.
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title = {A method for hydrogenating and carbonylizing unsaturated compounds in the presence of catalysts based on phosphine and metal complexes}
author = {Briggs, J C, and Dyer, G}
abstractNote = {The hydrogenation of unsaturated organic compounds or the attachment to them of CO is accomplished with contact with a synthesis gas in the presence of a stereospecific catalyst (Kt), a compound of a metal of the platinum group (preferably Rhodium, but also Platinum, Palladium, Ruthenium or Iridium) and an asymmetrical bis-phosphine of the formula A-(CH2)n-B, where A and B are phosphine groups. R2P and R'2P or RRhP, where R is an aryl radical, R' is aralkyl, alcarylic or alkyl radical, n = 1 to 10, or an asymmetrical monophosphine of the formula R2-R'P. The complex compound also includes Hydrogen, CO and (or) halogen (preferably Chlorine) as ligands. The physical properties of the obtained complex compounds of the carbonylchlorbisphosphines or Rh are presented: trans-(RhC1-(CO)(Ph2P(CH2)6PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP-(CH2)6PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(cycloC6H11PhP(CH2)6-PPh2))2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP(CH2)4PPh2)2; trans-(RhC1(CO)(C2H5PhP(Ch2))2 and PhC1(CO)4(p-C6H4CH2)2P(Ch2)6PPh2). The isolated complexes are light yellow crystalline substances.}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1982}
month = {Dec}
}