Borylation of petroleum cracking olefin products için kapak resmi
Borylation of petroleum cracking olefin products
Borylation of petroleum cracking olefin products
Arapoğlu, Mehmet Anıl, author.
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Cracking is a process that long-chain hydrocarbons are broken down into more valuable fragments called naphtha cracking products. The olefins formed as a result of this process have various functions such as forming the smallest building blocks of fine and speciality chemicals. It has been foreseen that borylation processes can be applied as a conversion method of these products into valuable intermediate structures. In this context, this thesis describes first time the transition-metal-catalyzed borylation of a number of petroleum cracking olefin products. Borylation reactions have been extensively investigated in the literature and have become one of the popular methods for synthesizing organoboron reagents, which can also be used in the synthesis of functional materials, pharmaceuticals, and agricultural chemicals. In the context of this thesis, petroleum cracking olefinic products were converted into high-value-added organoboron derivatives by metal-catalysed hydroboration and dehydrogenative borylation methods. For this purpose, the experimental conditions were optimized using propene and isobutene reagents. It has been shown in this study that iridium complexes with N-Heterocarbene (NHC) ligands are highly effective catalysts and therefore anti-Markovnikov hydroboration products can be produced in excellent yields even at very low catalyst loadings. On the other hand, alkenyl boron products could be obtained with high yields, which could be performed in the absence of dehydrogenative borylation reactions, ligand, base, and any other additives. The applicability of these methods in internal and terminal alkenes such as cyclohexene, ethene, decene and styrene has been also demonstrated. Finally, these products were converted into a number of intermediates by Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reactions. Thus, in the conversion of alkenes to valuable intermediates, practical and sustainable applications would be possible by using simple, abundant, and cheap reagents instead of expensive and dangerous chemicals.
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology:Chemistry.

İzmir Institute of Technology:Chemistry --Thesis (Master).
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