Effect of the nature of the polymeric carrier on the catalytic activity of palladium-polyheteroarylene catalysts in hydrogenation reactions
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The activity of palladium-polyheteroarylene catalysts is a function of the electron affinity of the polymer carriers and is determined by the proportion of the Pdδ+ form, formed due to the partial transfer of the electron density from the palladium to the electronic system of the polymer to a significant degree.
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- Effect of the nature of the polymeric carrier on the catalytic activity of palladium-polyheteroarylene catalysts in hydrogenation reactions
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