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Supported palladium catalysts have attracted significant attention for use in cross-coupling reactions due to their recyclability. However, the inevitable progressive loss of Pd that occurs in the catalytic process deactivates the catalysts, which hinders their sustainable application. Herein, we report a zeolite-enhanced sustainable Pd catalyst for C-C cross-coupling reactions. Zeolite does a nice job of acting as a sink for Pd ions. This catalyst exhibits an excellent homogeneous catalytic performance by releasing Pd species from zeolite. In addition, the Pd ions were successfully recaptured in a controlled catalytic system by combining the uniform microporous structure and good adsorption features of zeolite. The release/capture mechanism of the Pd species guaranteed the high loading and high dispersion of Pd on the recycled catalyst. The 0.84%Pd@USY catalysts were reused at least 10 times in water without an appreciable reduction in activity. This study presents a new perspective toward the design of a highly efficient and sustainable supported metal catalyst.
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Name: ACS applied materials & interfaces
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