Carbon Polymer Supports Hybrid for Alcohol Oxidation


Carbon Polymer Supports Hybrid for Alcohol Oxidation

M. Harikrishna Kumar, S. Mahalakshmi, K.V. Mahesh Kumar, P.Sathishkumar, C. Moganapriya, R.Rajasekar

Many works have been reported by using polymer-supported reagents organic synthesis of alcohol oxidation. New functional materials have been developed by coordination of polymers which is used in a wide variety of applications. To carry out oxidization of alcohol many oxidizing agents are used. Coordination of polymers through catalyst is more advantageous due to high stability and a large number of active metals. In recent days many nanomaterials are used as a catalyst which increases the oxidation rate in the base matrix. Synthesis of the base matrix is also possible for enhancing alcohol oxidation.

Polymers, Synthesis Technique, Catalyst, Alcohol Oxidation

Published online 5/5/2019, 16 pages

Citation: M. Harikrishna Kumar, S. Mahalakshmi, K.V. Mahesh Kumar, P.Sathishkumar, C. Moganapriya, R.Rajasekar, Carbon Polymer Supports Hybrid for Alcohol Oxidation, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 49, pp 177-192, 2019


Part of the book on Nanomaterials for Alcohol Fuel Cells

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