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Camino González-Arellano, Juan M. Campelo, Duncan J. Macquarrie, Jose M. Marinas, Antonio A. Romero and Rafael Luque Efficient Microwave Oxidation of Alcohols Using Low-Loaded Supported Metallic Iron Nanoparticles ChemSusChem 1

Article first published online: 6 AUG 2008 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.200800113

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The iron revolution: Highly active and stable iron nanoparticles have been prepared on a range of supports using a facile and environmentally friendly microwave approach. The inexpensive metallic iron nanoparticles were found to be extremely active and selective in the oxidation of various alcohols, achieving excellent turnover numbers. Fe/MCM-41 was found to be highly reusable, preserving and even slightly increasing its activity after several uses.

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