Is water a suitable solvent for the catalytic amination of alcohols?

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Niemeier, Johannes; Engel, Rebecca; Rose, Marcus;
(2017)

The catalytic conversion of biomass and biogenic platform chemicals typically requires the use of solvents. Water is present already in the raw materials and in most cases a suitable solvent for the typically highly polar substrates. Hence, the development of novel cata... View more
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