Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis: A Series of Advances by László Markó (auth.), Renato Ugo (eds.) PDF

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H. ). H. ). :l 43 that, according to recent investigations, IrHa (PEt2Ph)2 is actually the pentahydride IrH5 (PEt2Ph)2 and probably this is also the case with IrHa (PPha)2 [68]. IrHa (PPha)a [15] and IrH(CO)2 (PPha)2 [111] are active catalysts for the isomerization of olefins. Iridium complexes are often more stable than the corresponding rhodium compounds, which makes them very suitable as models for intermediates in catalytic processes. Some reactions of IrH(CO)2 (PPha)2, which can be regarded as the probable catalyst for hydroformylation, are shown in Fig.

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