Ag/C nanoparticles catalysed aerobic oxidation of diaryl and aryl(hetero) methylenes into ketones
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The aerobic oxidation of diaryl and aryl(hetero) methylenes into ketones, catalyzed by Ag/C nanoparticles under mild conditions, was successfully developed. This method features a wide scope of substrates, good yields, and uncomplicated recycling of the catalyst.
Keywordsnanoparticle aerobic oxidation diaryl methylenes ketones
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We are grateful for the financial support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (Nos. 21371107 and 21625104).
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