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June 7th, 2007
Fully recoverable palladium catalyst developed 6th June 2007
Researchers have developed a new nanotechnology palladium catalyst that can be fully recovered, it has been reported.
The American Chemical Society reports that scientists at the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology have developed a way to recover the palladium catalyst fully once the reaction is completed, meaning it could be reused in future reactions.
A small magnet at the bottom of the reaction vessel was used to extract the palladium catalyst from the mixture and it was then used with the next reaction, once it had been washed with EtOAc.
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