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A ruthenium racemisation catalyst for the synthesis of primary amines from secondary amines

A ruthenium racemisation catalyst for the synthesis of primary amines from secondary amines

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PINGEN, Dennis, Çiğdem ALTINTAŞ, Max Rudolf SCHALLER, Dieter VOGT, 2016. A ruthenium racemisation catalyst for the synthesis of primary amines from secondary amines. In: Dalton Transactions. 45(29), pp. 11765-11771. ISSN 1477-9226. eISSN 1477-9234. Available under: doi: 10.1039/c6dt01525e

@article{Pingen2016ruthe-35435, title={A ruthenium racemisation catalyst for the synthesis of primary amines from secondary amines}, year={2016}, doi={10.1039/c6dt01525e}, number={29}, volume={45}, issn={1477-9226}, journal={Dalton Transactions}, pages={11765--11771}, author={Pingen, Dennis and Altıntaş, Çiğdem and Schaller, Max Rudolf and Vogt, Dieter} }

2016-09-28T15:11:23Z Altıntaş, Çiğdem Schaller, Max Rudolf Vogt, Dieter Pingen, Dennis terms-of-use Vogt, Dieter A Ru-based half sandwich complex used in amine and alcohol racemization reactions was found to be active in the splitting of secondary amines to primary amines using NH<sub>3</sub>. Conversions up to 80% along with very high selectivities were achieved. However, after about 80% conversion the catalyst lost activity. Similar to Shvo's catalyst, the complex might deactivate under the influence of ammonia. It was revealed that not NH3 but mainly the primary amine is responsible for the deactivation. eng A ruthenium racemisation catalyst for the synthesis of primary amines from secondary amines Schaller, Max Rudolf Pingen, Dennis 2016-09-28T15:11:23Z Altıntaş, Çiğdem 2016

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