M. Kirchhof, K. Gugeler, A.-K. Beurer, F. R. Fischer, D. Batman, S. M. Bauch, S. Kolin, E. Nicholas, R. Schoch, Ch. Vogler, S. R. Kousik, A. Zens, B. Plietker, P. Atanasova, S. Naumann, M. Bauer, J. R. Bruckner, Y. Traa, J. Kästner and Sabine Laschat Catal. Sci. Technol., 2023, 13, 3709-3724.
In project B1 a (NNNN)Ru-complex will be linked to the inner pore-wall of materials from projects A1-A4 and A6. The catalytic performance of the hybrid materials will be analyzed as a function of pore diameter, shape, and geometry versus linker lengths and hydrophilicity of the material. H2-autotransfer catalysis processes are intercepted transferhydrogenation processes; hence, an acceleration of the interception process, i.e. the condensation between ketone and amine, through fine-tuning of all the aforementioned parameters is expected. Cooperations with PIs from spectroscopy and theory (projects C1-C6) will aid to understand pore-specific confinement effects on H2-autotransfer catalysis.