Host (nanocavity of dealuminat- ed zeolite Y)–guest (12-molybdo phosphoric acid) nanocomposite material: An efficient and reusable catalyst for oximation of aldehydes Fulltext
[ Maryam Moosavifar ] - Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Maragheh,
12-Molybdophosphoric acid (MPA) encapsulated in the supercage of dealuminated zeolite Y (DAZY) was prepared and characterized by FT-IR, XRD, DTG and AA spectroscopy techniques. The amount of MPA in the supercage of zeolite was 0.0875 g/g of supported catalyst. This catalyst was used for efficient oximation of aldehydes under mechanical stirring, ultrasonic irradiation and solvent-free conditions and the corresponding products were obtained in 65–100% yields. The reaction times were 25–250 min for system under agitation with magnetic stirring, while under ultrasonic irradiation or solvent-free conditions, the oxime yields were increased and the reaction times decreased. The zeolite Y encapsulated 12-molybdophosphoric acid (MPA-DAZY) catalyst was reused several times without loss of its catalytic activity. The amount of Mo leached was less than 2.9%.
12-Molybdophosphoric acid Dealuminated zeolite Y, Aldoxime, Aldehyde, Reusable catalyst
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