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Polymer-stabilized ruthenium nanoparticles as the catalysts of selective D-glucose oxidation.

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Physicochemical and catalytic properties of Ru nanoparticles stabilized in HPS matrix were investigated. Ru nanoparticles with diameter of 1.2 nm, which reveal high stability, activity and selectivity (up to 99.8% at 99.5% conversion) in reaction of D-glucose oxidation, are obtained.

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L. Zh. Nikoshvili
ГОУ ВПО Тверской государственный технический университет, Тверь
Russian Federation


V. Yu. Doluda
ГОУ ВПО Тверской государственный технический университет, Тверь
Russian Federation


E. M. Sulman
ГОУ ВПО Тверской государственный технический университет, Тверь
Russian Federation


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Nikoshvili L.Z., Doluda V.Yu., Sulman E.M. Polymer-stabilized ruthenium nanoparticles as the catalysts of selective D-glucose oxidation.. Fine Chemical Technologies. 2009;4(2):95-99. (In Russ.)

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