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L’avènement des matériaux multi-catalytiques hybrides, vers une combinaison optimale des catalyseurs

Abstract : In the search for optimal coupling of catalysts, it is quite naturally that pioneering researchers in hybrid catalysis have turned toward the development of hybrid multi-catalytic materials (HMCMs) constituted from the co-immobilization on the same carrier of chemical and biological catalysts. Such an innovative disciplinary variant, located at the crossroads of chemistry, biology and materials sciences, calls for a wide range of skills ; its complexity is only equaled by the diversity of catalytic properties that HMCMs can offer. In particular, the use of a wide variety of organic and inorganic supports, either rigid or flexible, has already led to the development of some remarkable examples of hybrid catalysts exhibiting real synergy effects, with yields and final enantiomeric excesses that are unreachable when using each catalyst separately, even in 1P1S processes. As the spearhead of hybrid catalysis, HMCMs concentrate the very essence of this field, requiring seamless communication and collaboration between chemists, biologists, materials science researchers and modeling specialists. Its development will in the near future undoubtedly witness a real (r)evolution of research in catalysis towards inter-, or even trans-disciplinary themes.
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Egon Heuson, Rénato Froidevaux, Ivaldo Itabaiana Junior, Robert Wojcieszak, Franck Dumeignil, et al.. L’avènement des matériaux multi-catalytiques hybrides, vers une combinaison optimale des catalyseurs. L'Actualité Chimique, Société chimique de France, 2020, 454, pp.27-36. ⟨hal-03038590⟩



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