Immobilized catalysts in synthesis of cyclic carbonates from CO2
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The possibility of obtaining cyclic alkylene carbonates from CO2 using immobilized catalysts in an one-pot synthesis was investigated. The synthesis proceeded in two stages: oxidation of olefin to epoxide and subsequent reaction of the obtained epoxide with CO2. The most favorable conditions for conducting of each stage were determined
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