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Effects of mesopore internal surfaces on the structure of immobilized Pd-bisphosphine complexes analyzed by variable-temperature XAFS and their catalytic performances

Motokura, Ken*; Fukuda, Takuma*; Uemura, Yohei*; Matsumura, Daiju  ; Ikeda, Marika*; Nambo, Masayuki*; Chun, W.-J.*

In this study, mesoporous and nonporous silica-supported Pd complexes were synthesized and characterized. Variable-temperature XAFS measurements and a curve-fitting analysis showed a slightly larger contribution of $$sigma^{2}_{rm static}$$ when the Pd complexes were on a nonporous support in comparison to a mesoporous support. In contrast, the catalytic performance of the attached Pd complex in the Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reaction was not affected by such small differences in the static disorder of the Pd complex.



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