Catalysis by Gadi Rothenberg

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The suggested reaction mechanism involves both carbocation formation, via protonation of the double bond at a Brønsted acid site [27], and complexation of the hydroxy group with a Lewis acid site. Biocatalysis is a rather special case, somewhere between homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. In most cases, the biocatalyst is an enzyme – a complex protein that catalyzes the reactions in living cells. Enzymes are extremely efficient catalysts. An enzyme typically completes 1000 catalytic cycles in one second.

As the exponent in the Arrhenius equation is a pure number, the units of A are the same as those of k. Indeed, strictly speaking, the Arrhenius equation applies only to gas-phase reactions. Readers who feel uneasy about the empirical origins of the Arrhenius equation may be more comfortable with the Eyring equation. Developed by Henry Eyring, this equation [Eq.

18c). This is a very simple representation of the catalytic cycle, but it demonstrates the principle: iodobenzene and hydrogen go in, and biphenyl and HI come out, while the Pd catalyst remains in the cycle and shuttles between Pd2þ and Pd0. Usefully, this catalytic cycle also works with bromo- and chloroarenes, improving the E-factor of the reaction and the atom economy. Can we improve the atom economy even further, and avoid using any halide? The “greenest solution” for making biphenyl, C12H10, is to use no leaving group, starting from 12 C atoms and 10 H atoms.

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