Ethyl lactate: A green solvent for olefin metathesis Sebastian Planer, Anupam Jana and Karol Grela.

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Summary of "Ethyl lactate: A green solvent for olefin metathesis Sebastian Planer, Anupam Jana and Karol Grela."

Compatibility of selected, commercially available ruthenium olefin metathesis catalysts with ethyl lactate as solvent was evaluated using a range of substrates and conditions. In addition, the preparation of a metathesis catalyst in simplified manner by using the advantages of ethyl lactate was accomplished. The application of ethyl lactate facilitates product isolation (also allowing for lower Ru-contamination in crude metathesis products) and improves the overall green angle of olefin metathesis.


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Name: ChemSusChem
ISSN: 1864-564X


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