Melike Çalışkan
Aksaray University
Composite numberSuzuki reactionNuclear chemistryInfrared spectroscopyCatalysisHalideHeterogeneous catalysisChemistryReducing agentPolymer chemistryMaterials scienceNitrophenolAryl halideCyanationCobalt oxideChitosanBenzonitrileArylPalladium nanoparticlesOrganic reactionChemical engineeringNanomaterial-based catalystPalladiumNanocomposite
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#1Melike Çalışkan (Aksaray University)H-Index: 1
#2Talat Baran (Aksaray University)H-Index: 34
Designing of eco-friendly, low cost, and thermally stable stabilizing/supporting agents are always desired for production of catalyst systems which provide good catalytic performance in organic reactions. In this study, a novel, green, and efficient stabilizer containing chitosan/Co3O4 microspheres (CS/Co3O4) was developed. Palladium nanoparticles (Pd NPs) were then successfully immobilized on CS/Co3O4 as a heterogeneous nanocatalyst (Pd NPs/CS/Co3O4). Characterization of the designed materials ...
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#1Melike Çalışkan (Aksaray University)H-Index: 1
#2Talat Baran (Aksaray University)H-Index: 34
Abstract In this study, an eco-friendly and low cost magnetic nanocomposite consisting of chitosan/δ-FeOOH microspheres (CS/δ-FeOOH) was fabricated as a stabilizer by using a simple method. Pd nanoparticles (Pd NPs) were decorated on the designed chitosan/δ-FeOOH microspheres, and the resulting Pd NPs@CS/δ-FeOOH microspheres were employed as a heterogeneous catalyst in the construction of biaryl and benzonitriles. Pd NPs@CS/δ-FeOOH microspheres efficiently catalyzed the conversion of aryl iodide...
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#1Melike Çalışkan (Aksaray University)H-Index: 1
#2Talat Baran (Aksaray University)H-Index: 34
Last. Mahmoud Nasrollahzadeh (University of Qom)H-Index: 65
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Abstract Iron based compounds are good candidates as supports to immobilize different transition metals due to their eco-friendly nature, capability of facilitating chemical modifications, inexpensiveness, high stability and easy recoverability. In this study, palladium nanoparticles (NPs) were successfully stabilized on designed Schiff base modified δ-FeOOH particles as a highly effective and readily recoverable heterogeneous catalyst (Pd-Sch-δ-FeOOH nanocatalyst). The catalyst was fabricated v...
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