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38. "Mechanochemical Synthesis of Ultrasmall Monodisperse Amine-Stabilized Gold Nanoparticles with Controllable Size" M. J. Rak, N. K. Saadé, T. Frišcic, A. Moores, Green Chem., 2013, in press, DOI:10.1039/C3GC41827H.
37. "Magnetically Recoverable CuFe2O4 Nanoparticles as Highly Active Catalysts for Csp3-Csp and Csp3-Csp3 Oxidative Cross Dehydrogenative Coupling" R. Hudson, S. Ishikawa, C.J. Li, A. Moores, Synlett, 2013, 24, 1637-1642.
36. "Highly Efficient Iron(0) Nanoparticle-Catalyzed Hydrogenation in Water in Flow" R. Hudson, G. Hamasaka, T. Osako Y.Y.A. Yamada, C.J. Li, Y. Uozumi, A. Moores, Green Chem., 2013, 15, 2141-2148.
35. "Designing Endocrine Disruption Out of the Next Generation of Chemicals" T.T. Schug, R. Abagyan, B. Blumberg, T.J. Collins, D. Crews, P.L. DeFur, S.M. Dickerson, T.M. Edwards, A.C. Gore, L.J. Guillette, T. Hayes, J.J. Heindel, A. Moores, H.B. Patisaul, T.L. Tal, K.A. Thayer, L.N. Vandenberg, J. Warner, C.S. Watson, F.S. vom Saal, R.T. Zoeller, K.P. O'Brien, J.P. Myers, Green Chem., 2013, 15, 181-198.
34. "Ligand modified CuFe2O4 nanoparticles as magnetically recoverable and reusable catalyst for azide-alkyne click condensation" S. Ishikawa, R. Hudson, A. Moores, C. J. Li, Heterocycles, 2012, 86 (2), 1970
33. "Higher Alkene Hydroformylation Catalyzed by Rhodium Complexes Stabilized by Phosphine-Functionalized Phosphonium Ionic Liquids: Influence of the Phosphonium Headgroup on Catalytic Activity" K. L. Luska, K.Z. Demmans, S. A. Stratton, A. Moores Dalton Trans., 2012, 41 (43), 13533 - 13540
32. "Ruthenium Nanoparticle Catalysts Stabilized in Phosphonium and Imidazolium Ionic Liquids: Dependence of Catalyst Stability and Activity on the Ionicity of the Ionic Liquid", K.L. Luska, A. Moores, Green Chem., 2012, 14, 1736-1742.
31. "Magnetic copper–iron nanoparticles as simple heterogeneous catalysts for the azide–alkyne click reaction in water", R. Hudson, C.J. Li, A. Moores, Green Chem., 2012, 14, 622-624.
30. "Iron-iron oxide core-shell nanoparticles are active and magnetically recyclable olefin and alkyne hydrogenation catalysts in protic and aqueous media", R. Hudson, A. Rivière, C.M. Cirtiu, K.L. Luska, A. Moores, Chem. Comm., 2012, 48, 3360-3362.
29. Functionalized Ionic Liquids for the Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles and their Application in Catalysis", K.L. Luska, A. Moores, ChemCatChem, 2012, 4 (10), 1534-1546.
28. "Rational Size Control of Gold Nanoparticles Employing an Organometallic Precursor [Au-C=C-tBu]4 and Tunable Thiolate Functionalized Ionic Liquids", K. L. Luska, A. Moores, Can. J. Chem., 2012, 90, 145-152.
27. Rhodium Nanoparticles Stabilized with Phosphine Functionalized Imidazolium Ionic Liquids as Recyclable Arene Hydrogenation Catalysts", S. A. Stratton, K.L. Luska, A. Moores, Catal. Today, 2012, 183, 96-100 .
26. Improved Stability and Catalytic Activity of Palladium Nanoparticle Catalysts Using Phosphine Functionalized Imidazolium Ionic Liquids", K.L. Luska, A. Moores, Adv. Synth. Catal., 2011, 353 (17), 3167–3177.
25. Systematic Comparison of the Size, Surface Characteristics and Colloidal Stability of Zero Valent Iron Nanoparticles Pre- and Post-Grafted with Common Polymers", C. M. Cirtiu, T. Raychoudhury, S. Ghoshal, A. Moores, Colloids Surf. A, 2011, 390, 1-3, 95-104..
24. "Fe3O4 Nanoparticle-Supported Copper (I) Pybox Catalyst: Magnetically Recoverable Catalyst for Enantioselective Direct-Addition of Terminal Alkynes to Imines", T. Q. Zeng, L. Yang, R. Hudson, G. H. Song, A. Moores, C.-J. Li, Org. Lett., 2011, 13, 442-445.
23. "Cellulose nanocrystallites as an efficient support for nanoparticles of palladium: application for catalytic hydrogenation and Heck coupling under mild conditions", C. M. Cirtiu, A. Dunlop-Brière, A. Moores, Green Chem., 2011, 13, 288-291.
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Recoverable Nanoparticles for Green Catalysis
Green chemistry can be defined as the science dealing with making chemistry sustainable. Our research focuses on synthesizing, characterizing and studying novel, and simple catalysts, based on metal nanoparticles, ionic liquids and/or cellulose nanocrystals in order to propose innovative and recyclable catalysts for organic reactions
Green chemistry, Nanoparticles, Catalysis, Transition metals, Hydrogenation, Ionic Liquids, Oxidation, Nano Crystallites of Cellulose, Iron
Subhasis Ghoshal, Civil Engineering, McGill University, website
Chao-Jun Li, Chemistry, McGill University, website
Nadi Braidy, Département de génie chimique et de génie biotechnologique, Université Sherbrooke, website
Tomislav Frišcic, Chemistry, McGill University, website