Study on the anti‐sulfur‐poisoning characteristics of platinum–acetylide–phosphine complexes as catalysts for hydrosilylation reactions
A series of platinum–acetylide–phosphine complexes were synthesized and their anti‐sulfur‐poisoning characteristics investigated. In comparison with Speier's and Karstedt's catalysts, the platinum–acetylide–phosphine complexes exhibited both higher
catalytic activity and selectivity for the β‐adduct for the hydrosilylation reactions under the same conditions. Furthermore, the complexes also exhibited a strong
ability to resist to sulfur‐poisoning. This indicated that the alkyne ligands containing the silyl group had a strong impact on the hydrosilylation reaction. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
A series of platinum‐acetylide‐phosphine complexes had been synthesized. In comparison with Speier's catalyst and Karstedt's catalyst, platinum‐acetylide‐phosphine complexes exhibited both higher catalytic activity and selectivity for the β‐adduct
for the hydrosilylation reactions under same conditions. Furthermore, the platinum‐acetylide‐phosphine complexes also exhibited strong ability to resistance to sulfur‐poisoning.
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