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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 618273
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 267055
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 337075
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 254780
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  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 101030066
    Overall Budget: 213,530 EURFunder Contribution: 213,530 EUR

    The scope of this project is to find out how could valuable organic molecules be synthesized in a more efficient, more economically friendly way than the currently applied technologies offer. The answer may be the designed catalysis. The well-known layered double hydroxides (LDH) and their composites are suitable for offering solutions for different catalytic problems. Numerous materials belong to this group of chemicals. They are widely used as catalysts, their catalytic application is usually based on the advantageous properties of their building components or the general properties of the material itself. By the insertion of catalytically active Lewis acid centres such as Ag(I), Bi(III), Au(I), Zr(IV), Sn(IV) or Hf(IV) into the framework of the hosts via the metal ion direct or mechanochemically assisted co-precipitation or polyoxometalate intercalation, the main aim of our work is to develop multifunctional catalysts on the basis of LDH. In certain cases the structure of the LDH can be easily modified giving the possibility to design catalysts to a specific reaction by installing different functions/functional groups into the initial structure. By combining certain types of catalysts (forming hybrid structures) and applying them as tandem catalysts, “one pot” syntheses of complex organic materials could possibly be accomplished. To carry out the most efficient tandem reactions with green chemically approach, the project will be largely focused on the exploration of structure–activity relationships. All of the most relevant factors (porosity, dimensionality, hydration, effects of counter ions or hosts) are being systematically investigated to maximize the efficiency of the catalysts in the chosen reactions. Obtaining deep knowledge from the prepared hybrid materials and their catalytic properties, on the basis of well-characterized catalysts, feasible tandem reactors and/or tandem flow reactor for the chosen reactions will be planned.

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