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Inside Cover: A Comparative In Situ HP-FTIR Spectroscopic Study of Bi- and Monodentate Phosphite-Modified Hydroformylation (ChemCatChem 3/2010)
The rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation of 3,3-dimethyl-1-butene is monitored by in situ, high-pressure FTIR spectroscopy, as pictured, giving time-dependent concentration profiles of organic components and metal–organic reaction intermediates. In their paper on page 287 ff., Selent et al. offer an improved perception of mono- and diphosphite-modified catalysis.