polymer-supported catalyst

@C00876-1@ system comprising a @PT07191@ in which catalytically @A00110@ are immobilized through chemical bonds or weaker interactions such as hydrogen bonds or donor–acceptor interactions.
  1. Polymer-supported catalysts are often based on @NT07562@ polymers in the form of beads. They are easy to separate from reaction media and can be used repeatedly.
  2. Examples of polymer-supported catalysts are: (a) a @PT07159@ that can coordinate reactants, (b) @C01172@ palladium dispersed in a swollen @N04113@ that can act as a hydrogenation @C00876-2@.
  3. Polymer-supported @E02159@ are a type of polymer-supported catalysts.
PAC, 2004, 76, 889. (Definitions of terms relating to reactions of polymers and to functional polymeric materials (IUPAC Recommendations 2003)) on page 896 [Terms] [Paper]