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  1. Stereoisomers Are Not Machine Learning’s Best Friends
  2. Carboxymethyl β-Cyclodextrin Assistance for the 4-Nitrophenol Reduction Using Cobalt-Based Layered Double Hydroxides
  3. Multi-step FRET systems based on discrete supramolecular assemblies
  4. k-carrageenan nanocomposite as an efficient acidic bio-based catalyst for the synthesis of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural from fructose
  5. Mechanochemical synthesis of β-cyclodextrin urea derivatives under reactive CO2 atmosphere by Staudinger aza-Wittig reaction
  6. Ion-Exchange Resin-Supported Ru NPs Dispersed in Randomly Methylated α-Cyclodextrin Aqueous Solution: A Step Toward an Efficient and Recyclable Catalyst for the Hydrogenation of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters and Derivatives
  7. 3D-Printed Cyclodextrin Polymer Encapsulated Wells–Dawson: A Novel Catalyst for Knoevenagel Condensation Reactions
  8. Efficient removal of fluoride ions present in industrial effluents using metal-organic frameworks of UiO-66-NH2
  9. Curated dataset of association constants between a cyclodextrin and a guest for machine learning
  10. Exploiting poly(ε-caprolactone) grafted from hydrohydroxymethylated sunflower oil as biodegradable coating material of water-soluble fertilizers
  11. Application of cyclodextrins as second-sphere coordination ligands for gold recovery
  12. Direct conversion of glucose to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural over niobium oxide/phosphate-carbon composites derived from hydrothermal carbonization of cyclodextrins
  13. Continuous production of amines directly from alkenes via cyclodextrin-mediated hydroaminomethylation using only water as the solvent
  14. Curated Dataset of Association Constants between a Cyclodextrin and a Guest for Machine Learning
  15. Catalytic Hydrogenation of Derived Vegetable Oils Using Ion-Exchange Resin-Supported Ruthenium Nanoparticles: Scope and Limitations
  16. Phosphorus-free nitrogen-containing catalytic systems for hydroformylation and tandem hydroformylation-based reactions
  17. Promising Recyclable Ionic Liquid-Soluble Catalytic System for Reductive Hydroformylation
  18. Interesterification of triglycerides with methyl acetate for biodiesel production using a cyclodextrin-derived SnO@γ-Al2O3 composite as heterogeneous catalyst
  19. Pd on ligand-decorated chitosan as an efficient catalyst for hydrofinishing polyalphaolefins: Experimental and computational studies
  20. Palladated chitosan-halloysite bead as an efficient catalyst for hydrogenation of lubricants
  21. Preparing synthetic cyclodextrins with enzyme mediated chemistry
  22. Synthesis of diols from jojoba oil via rhodium-catalyzed reductive hydroformylation: a smart way to access biobased polyurethanes
  23. Effect of Functional Group on the Catalytic Activity of Lipase B from Candida antarctica Immobilized in a Silica-Reinforced Pluronic F127/α-Cyclodextrin Hydrogel
  24. Aqueous Zirconium‐MOF Synthesis Assisted by α‐Cyclodextrin: Towards Deeper Understanding of the Beneficial Role of Cyclodextrin
  25. Reductive Hydroformylation of Isosorbide Diallyl Ether
  26. Ultrasound-assisted synthesis of NiO nanoparticles and their catalytic application for the synthesis of trisubstituted imidazoles under solvent free conditions
  27. Cyclodextrins as multitask agents for metal nano-heterogeneous catalysis: a review
  28. Hydrohydroxymethylation of Ethyl Ricinoleate and Castor Oil
  29. Oxidation of 2,5-diformfylfuran to 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid catalyzed by Candida antarctica Lipase B immobilized in a cyclodextrin-templated mesoporous silica. The critical role of pore characteristics on the catalytic performance
  30. Cyclodextrin-assisted catalytic hydrogenation of hydrophobic substrates with halloysite immobilized ruthenium NPs dispersed in aqueous phase
  31. Robust Ruthenium Catalysts Supported on Mesoporous Cyclodextrin-Templated TiO2-SiO2 Mixed Oxides for the Hydrogenation of Levulinic Acid to γ-Valerolactone
  32. Asymmetric hydrogenation of ethyl pyruvate over aqueous dispersed Pt nanoparticles stabilized by a cinchonidine-functionalized β-cyclodextrin
  33. Epimerization of isosorbide catalyzed by homogeneous ruthenium-phosphine complexes: A new step towards an industrial process
  34. Cyclodextrins: a new and effective class of co-modulators for aqueous zirconium-MOF syntheses
  35. Molecular modeling of cyclodextrin inclusion complexes
  36. First Steps to Rationalize Host–Guest Interaction between α-, β-, and γ-Cyclodextrin and Divalent First-Row Transition and Post-transition Metals (Subgroups VIIB, VIIIB, and IIB)
  37. Aqueous Biphasic Hydroaminomethylation Enabled by Methylated Cyclodextrins: Sensitivity Analysis for Transfer into a Continuous Process
  38. One‐Pot Two‐Step Synthesis of Hydroxymethylated Unsaturated VHOSO and Its Application to the Synthesis of Biobased Polyurethanes
  39. Particle size effect in the mechanically assisted synthesis of β-cyclodextrin mesitylene sulfonate
  40. Fast Microwave Synthesis of Gold-Doped TiO2 Assisted by Modified Cyclodextrins for Photocatalytic Degradation of Dye and Hydrogen Production
  41. Multiscale Structure of Starches Grafted with Hydrophobic Groups: A New Analytical Strategy
  42. Supported ruthenium nanoparticles on ordered mesoporous carbons using a cyclodextrin-assisted hard-template approach and their applications as hydrogenation catalysts
  43. Fréchet-type metallodendrons with N,P-iminophosphine Rh(I) complexes at the focal point: Synthesis and evaluation in the hydroformylation of 1-octene
  44. New Lipidyl-Cyclodextrins Obtained by Ring Opening of Methyl Oleate Epoxide Using Ball Milling
  45. Co3O4/C and Au supported Co3O4/C nanocomposites – Peculiarities of fabrication and application towards oxygen reduction reaction
  46. Rhodium-Catalyzed Aqueous Biphasic Olefin Hydroformylation Promoted by Amphiphilic Cyclodextrins
  47. Catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol with gold nanoparticles stabilized by large-ring cyclodextrins
  48. Continuous hydroformylation of 1-decene in an aqueous biphasic system enabled by methylated cyclodextrins
  49. Synthesis of novel catalytic composite nanofibers containing ruthenium nanoparticles stabilized by a citric acid-β-cyclodextrin polymer
  50. Palladium nanoparticles supported on nitrogen doped porous carbon material derived from cyclodextrin, glucose and melamine based polymer: promising catalysts for hydrogenation reactions
  51. Anionic Amphiphilic Cyclodextrins Bearing Oleic Grafts for the Stabilization of Ruthenium Nanoparticles Efficient in Aqueous Catalytic Hydrogenation
  52. Confinement of Candida Antarctica Lipase B in a Multifunctional Cyclodextrin-Derived Silicified Hydrogel and Its Application as Enzymatic Nanoreactor
  53. Palladated cyclodextrin and halloysite containing polymer and its carbonized form as efficient hydrogenation catalysts
  54. Selective Ruthenium‐Catalyzed Hydroaminomethylation of Unsaturated Oleochemicals
  55. Highly Water-Soluble Amphiphilic Cyclodextrins Bearing Branched and Cyclic Oleic Grafts
  56. cRh-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Divinylglycol: An Effective Way to Access 2,7-Dioxadecalin-3,8-diol
  57. One pot synthesis of aminohydroxylated triglycerides under aqueous biphasic conditions
  58. Eggplant-Derived Biochar-Halloysite Nanocomposite as Supports of Pd Nanoparticles for the Catalytic Hydrogenation of Nitroarenes in the Presence of Cyclodextrin
  59. First Evidence of Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes in a Deep Eutectic Solvent
  60. Oleic Acid Based Cyclodextrins for the Development of New Hydrosoluble Amphiphilic Compounds
  61. Hydrogenation of hydrophobic substrates catalyzed by gold nanoparticles embedded in Tetronic/cyclodextrin-based hydrogels
  62. CHAPTER 11. Natural Oil Polyols
  63. Cyclodextrin-assisted low-metal Ni-Pd/Al2O3 bimetallic catalysts for the direct amination of aliphatic alcohols
  64. Pillar5arenes as Supramolecular Hosts in Aqueous Biphasic Rhodium‐Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Long Alkyl‐chain Alkenes
  65. Synthesis of 2-Hydroxydodecyl Starch Ethers: Importance of the Purification Process
  66. Cyclodextrin-based supramolecular assemblies: a versatile toolbox for the preparation of functional porous materials
  67. Rhodium catalyzed selective hydroaminomethylation of biorenewable eugenol under aqueous biphasic condition
  68. Robust Mesoporous CoMo/γ-Al2O3 Catalysts from Cyclodextrin-Based Supramolecular Assemblies for Hydrothermal Processing of Microalgae: Effect of the Preparation Method
  69. New water-soluble Schiff base ligands based on β-cyclodextrin for aqueous biphasic hydroformylation reaction
  70. Synthesis and hydroformylation evaluation of Fréchet-type organometallic dendrons with N,O-salicylaldimine Rh(i) complexes at the focal point
  71. Pd nanoparticles immobilized on halloysite decorated with a cyclodextrin modified melamine-based polymer: a promising heterogeneous catalyst for hydrogenation of nitroarenes
  72. Amines as effective ligands in iridium-catalyzed decarbonylative dehydration of biosourced substrates
  73. An ambient-temperature aqueous synthesis of zirconium-based metal–organic frameworks
  74. Unconventional media and technologies for starch etherification and esterification
  75. Facile preparation of Ni/Al2O3 catalytic formulations with the aid of cyclodextrin complexes: Towards highly active and robust catalysts for the direct amination of alcohols
  76. Nonconventional Three-Component Hierarchical Host–Guest Assembly Based on Mo-Blue Ring-Shaped Giant Anion, γ-Cyclodextrin, and Dawson-type Polyoxometalate
  77. Polyoxometalate, Cationic Cluster, and γ-Cyclodextrin: From Primary Interactions to Supramolecular Hybrid Materials
  78. Deep eutectic solvents as green absorbents of volatile organic pollutants
  79. Hydroaminomethylation of oleochemicals: A comprehensive overview
  80. Hydroformylation of Alkenes in a Planetary Ball Mill: From Additive-Controlled Reactivity to Supramolecular Control of Regioselectivity
  81. Hydroformylation of Alkenes in a Planetary Ball Mill: From Additive-Controlled Reactivity to Supramolecular Control of Regioselectivity
  82. Highly regio-selective hydroformylation of biomass derived eugenol using aqueous biphasic Rh/TPPTS/CDs as a greener and recyclable catalyst
  83. Unconventional Approaches Involving Cyclodextrin-Based, Self-Assembly-Driven Processes for the Conversion of Organic Substrates in Aqueous Biphasic Catalysis
  84. Enhance the rheological and mechanical properties of clayey materials by adding starches
  85. Cyclodextrin-Directed Synthesis of Gold-Modified TiO2 Materials and Evaluation of Their Photocatalytic Activity in the Removal of a Pesticide from Water: Effect of Porosity and Particle Size
  86. Green and Scalable Palladium-on-Carbon-Catalyzed Tsuji-Trost Coupling Reaction Using an Efficient and Continuous Flow System
  87. Catalysis in Cyclodextrin-Based Unconventional Reaction Media: Recent Developments and Future Opportunities
  88. Transition Metal Complexes Coordinated by Water Soluble Phosphane Ligands: How Cyclodextrins Can Alter the Coordination Sphere?
  89. A hydroaminomethylation/hydrohydroxymethylation sequence for the one pot synthesis of aminohydroxytriglycerides
  90. Acid-tolerant cyclodextrin-based ruthenium nanoparticles for the hydrogenation of unsaturated compounds in water
  91. Tetronics/cyclodextrin-based hydrogels as catalyst-containing media for the hydroformylation of higher olefins
  92. Water-soluble phosphane-substituted cyclodextrin as an effective bifunctional additive in hydroformylation of higher olefins
  93. Cyclodextrins as Emerging Therapeutic Tools in the Treatment of Cholesterol-Associated Vascular and Neurodegenerative Diseases
  94. Cyclodextrin-cobalt (II) molecule-ion pairs as precursors to active Co3O4/ZrO2 catalysts for the complete oxidation of formaldehyde: Influence of the cobalt source
  95. Conjugated Dienyl Derivatives by Green Bisallylic Substitution: Synthetic and Mechanistic Insight
  96. Cleavage of Benzyl Phosphonium Salts as Efficient Bypass for the Synthesis of Disulfonated Alkyldiphenylphosphanes Bearing an Oleum-Sensitive Alkyl Group
  97. β-Cyclodextrins Decrease Cholesterol Release and ABC-Associated Transporter Expression in Smooth Muscle Cells and Aortic Endothelial Cells
  98. Superstructures with cyclodextrins: chemistry and applications III
  99. A self-emulsifying catalytic system for the aqueous biphasic hydroformylation of triglycerides
  100. Active hydrogenation Rh nanocatalysts protected by new self-assembled supramolecular complexes of cyclodextrins and surfactants in water
  101. Cyclodextrins as Porous Material for Catalysis
  102. Mesoporous RuO2/TiO2 composites prepared by cyclodextrin-assisted colloidal self-assembly: towards efficient catalysts for the hydrogenation of methyl oleate
  103. Photocatalysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in water: Towards a deeper understanding of the role of cyclodextrins in the photodegradation of toluene over titanium dioxide
  104. Rhodium-catalyzed one pot synthesis of hydroxymethylated triglycerides
  105. Cyclodextrins as Multitask Agents in Nanocatalysis
  106. Cyclodextrins as effective additives in AuNP-catalyzed reduction of nitrobenzene derivatives in a ball-mill
  107. Ring opening polymerization of ε-caprolactone in the presence of wet β-cyclodextrin: effect of the operative pressure and of water molecules in the β-cyclodextrin cavity
  108. Greener Paal-Knorr Pyrrole Synthesis by Mechanical Activation
  109. Cyclodextrins Modified by Metal-Coordinating Groups for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis: What Remains to be Done?
  110. Evaluation of surface properties and pore structure of carbon on the activity of supported Ru catalysts in the aqueous-phase aerobic oxidation of HMF to FDCA
  111. Hydroformylation of vegetable oils: More than 50 years of technical innovation, successful research, and development
  112. Palladium-catalyzed hydroesterification of olefins with isosorbide in standard and Brønsted acidic ionic liquids
  113. 6. Biomass-derived molecules conversion to chemicals using heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis
  114. Tetrasulfonated 1,2-Bis(diphenylphosphanyl)ethane as a Building Block for the Synthesis of Disulfonated Alkyldiphenylphosphanes
  115. Recent developments in cyclodextrin-mediated aqueous biphasic hydroformylation and tsuji-trost reactions
  116. Supramolecular Emulsifiers in Biphasic Catalysis: The Substrate Drives Its Own Transformation
  117. Selective Secondary Face Modification of Cyclodextrins by Mechanosynthesis
  118. Biphasic Palladium-Catalyzed Hydroesterification in a Polyol Phase: Selective Synthesis of Derived Monoesters
  119. Rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation assisted by cyclodextrins in biphasic medium: Can sulfonated naphthylphosphanes lead to active, selective and recyclable catalytic species?
  120. Homogenous catalytic hydrogenation of bicarbonate with water soluble aryl phosphine ligands
  121. Catalytic Decarbonylation of Biosourced Substrates
  122. Cyclodextrins as first and second sphere ligands for Rh(I) complexes of lower-rim PTA derivatives for use as catalysts in aqueous phase hydrogenation
  123. Rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of 1-decene in low melting mixtures based on various cyclodextrins and N,N′-dimethylurea
  124. Thermoresponsive self-assembled cyclodextrin-end-decorated PNIPAM for aqueous catalysis
  125. Ruthenium-containing β-cyclodextrin polymer globules for the catalytic hydrogenation of biomass-derived furanic compounds
  126. Cyclodextrin-based PNN supramolecular assemblies: a new class of pincer-type ligands for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  127. Synthesis and characterization of a new photoinduced switchable β-cyclodextrin dimer
  128. Cyclodextrin-grafted polymers functionalized with phosphanes: a new tool for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  129. Cyclodextrin-based systems for the stabilization of metallic(0) nanoparticles and their versatile applications in catalysis
  130. Understanding the Role of Cyclodextrins in the Self-Assembly, Crystallinity, and Porosity of Titania Nanostructures
  131. Synthesis of 1,4:3,6-Dianhydrohexitols Diesters from the Palladium-Catalyzed Hydroesterification Reaction
  132. Aqueous Heck Arylation of Acrolein Derivatives: The Role of Cyclodextrin as Additive
  133. Hydrogen Production by Selective Dehydrogenation of HCOOH Catalyzed by Ru-Biaryl Sulfonated Phosphines in Aqueous Solution
  134. Synergetic Effect of Randomly Methylated β-Cyclodextrin and a Supramolecular Hydrogel in Rh-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins
  135. Multifunctional cyclodextrin-based N,N-bidentate ligands for aqueous Heck arylation
  136. Access to Pyrrole Derivatives in Water with the Assistance of Methylated Cyclodextrins
  137. Investigating the effect of randomly methylated β-cyclodextrin/block copolymer molar ratio on the template-directed preparation of mesoporous alumina with tailored porosity
  138. A direct novel synthesis of highly uniform dispersed ruthenium nanoparticles over P6mm ordered mesoporous carbon by host–guest complexes
  139. Evidence for the existence of crosslinked crystalline domains within cyclodextrin-based supramolecular hydrogels through sol–gel replication
  140. Recent breakthroughs in aqueous cyclodextrin-assisted supramolecular catalysis
  141. Temperature-dependent formation of Ru-based nanocomposites: structures and properties
  142. Low melting mixtures based on β-cyclodextrin derivatives and N,N′-dimethylurea as solvents for sustainable catalytic processes
  143. Block copolymer–cyclodextrin supramolecular assemblies as soft templates for the synthesis of titania materials with controlled crystallinity, porosity and photocatalytic activity
  144. Organometallic synthesis of water-soluble ruthenium nanoparticles in the presence of sulfonated diphosphines and cyclodextrins
  145. Base directed palladium catalysed Heck arylation of acrolein diethyl acetal in water
  146. Limits of the Inversion Phenomenon in Triazolyl-Substituted β-Cyclodextrin Dimers
  147. β-Cyclodextrins grafted with chiral amino acids: A promising supramolecular stabilizer of nanoparticles for asymmetric hydrogenation?
  148. Efficient Ruthenium Nanocatalysts in Liquid-Liquid Biphasic Hydrogenation Catalysis: Towards a Supramolecular Control through a Sulfonated Diphosphine-Cyclodextrin Smart Combination
  149. Hydroformylation of vegetable oils and the potential use of hydroformylated fatty acids
  150. Coassembly of Block Copolymer and Randomly Methylated β-Cyclodextrin: From Swollen Micelles to Mesoporous Alumina with Tunable Pore Size
  151. Effects of β-cyclodextrin introduction to zirconia supported-cobalt oxide catalysts: From molecule-ion associations to complete oxidation of formaldehyde
  152. Pickering Emulsions Based on Supramolecular Hydrogels: Application to Higher Olefins’ Hydroformylation
  153. Thermoresponsive Hydrogels in Catalysis
  154. Diametrically Opposed Carbenes on an α-Cyclodextrin: Synthesis, Characterization of Organometallic Complexes and Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling in Ethanol and in Water
  155. Methylated β-Cyclodextrin-Capped Ruthenium Nanoparticles: Synthesis Strategies, Characterization, and Application in Hydrogenation Reactions
  156. About the Use of Rhodium Nanoparticles in Hydrogenation and Hydroformylation Reactions
  157. Rhodium-Catalyzed Homogeneous and Aqueous Biphasic Hydroformylation of the Acrolein Acetal 2-Vinyl-5-Methyl-1,3-Dioxane
  158. Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation Promoted by Modified Cyclodextrins: Current Scope and Future Developments
  159. A cyclodextrin dimer as a supramolecular reaction platform for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  160. Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin as a versatile additive for the formation of metastable tetragonal zirconia exhibiting high thermal stability
  161. Characterization of β-cyclodextrins and isosorbide diesters self-assemblies: Towards new renewable surfactants
  162. Water-soluble diphosphadiazacyclooctanes as ligands for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  163. Lower- and upper-rim-modified derivatives of 1,3,5-triaza-7-phosphaadamantane: Coordination chemistry and applications in catalytic reactions in water
  164. Phosphane-Based Cyclodextrins as Mass Transfer Agents and Ligands for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  165. Rhodium‐catalyzed hydroformylation of unsaturated fatty esters in aqueous media assisted by activated carbon
  166. Impact of cyclodextrins on the behavior of amphiphilic ligands in aqueous organometallic catalysis
  167. Cooperativity in Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis: Contribution of Cyclodextrin-Substituted Polymers
  168. Cyclodextrin/Amphiphilic Phosphane Mixed Systems and their Applications in Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  169. Nanoparticle-Based Catalysis using Supramolecular Hydrogels
  170. Cyclodextrins adsorbed onto activated carbons: Preparation, characterization, and effect on the dispersibility of the particles in water
  171. Alkyl sulfonated diphosphines-stabilized ruthenium nanoparticles as efficient nanocatalysts in hydrogenation reactions in biphasic media
  172. Functionalized Cyclodextrins as First and Second Coordination Sphere Ligands for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  173. Remediation technologies using cyclodextrins: an overview
  174. Cyclodextrin–phosphane possessing a guest-tunable conformation for aqueous rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation
  175. Cyclodextrins as growth controlling agents for enhancing the catalytic activity of PVP-stabilized Ru(0) nanoparticles
  176. Carboxylated polymers functionalized by cyclodextrins for the stabilization of highly efficient rhodium(0) nanoparticles in aqueous phase catalytic hydrogenation
  177. Aqueous biphasic hydroformylation in the presence of cyclodextrins mixtures: evidence of a positive synergistic effect
  178. Aqueous biphasic hydrogenation of benzene catalyzed by ruthenium complex of trisulfonated tris(biphenyl)phosphine
  179. Biphasic hydroformylation of 1-octene catalyzed by cobalt complex of trisulfonated tris(biphenyl)phosphine
  180. Novel Strategy for the Bis-Butenolide Synthesis via Ring-Closing Metathesis
  181. Cyclodextrins for Remediation Technologies
  182. Synthesis, Rhodium Complexes and Catalytic Applications of a New Water-Soluble Triphenylphosphane-Modified β-Cyclodextrin
  183. An ordered hydrophobic P6mm mesoporous carbon with graphitic pore walls and its application in aqueous catalysis
  184. Scope and limitation of activated carbons in aqueous organometallic catalysis
  185. Interaction of water-soluble triphenylphosphines with β-cyclodextrin: a quantum chemistry study
  186. Unusual Inversion Phenomenon of β-Cyclodextrin Dimers in Water
  187. Cyclodextrins and their applications in aqueous-phase metal-catalyzed reactions
  188. Using click chemistry to access mono- and ditopic β-cyclodextrin hosts substituted by chiral amino acids
  189. β-Cyclodextrin for design of alumina supported cobalt catalysts efficient in Fischer–Tropsch synthesis
  190. An N-heterocyclic carbene ligand based on a β-cyclodextrin–imidazolium salt: synthesis, characterization of organometallic complexes and Suzuki coupling
  191. Supramolecularly controlled surface activity of an amphiphilic ligand. Application to aqueous biphasic hydroformylation of higher olefins
  192. Chemically modified cyclodextrins as supramolecular tools to generate carbon-supported ruthenium nanoparticles: An application towards gas phase hydrogenation
  193. Cyclodextrin-Based Supramolecular P,N Bidentate Ligands and their Platinum and Rhodium Complexes
  194. ‘Click’ synthesis of ferrocenyl-, biferrocenyl-, and cobalticenyl-triazolyl-β-cyclodextrins
  195. Editorial [Hot topic: Cyclodextrin and Catalysis (Guest Editor: Eric Monflier)]
  196. Cyclodextrins as Mass Transfer Additives in Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  197. New Phosphane Based on a β-Cyclodextrin, Exhibiting a Solvent-Tunable Conformation, and its Catalytic Properties
  198. Ditopic Cyclodextrin-Based Receptors: New Perspectives in Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  199. Activated Carbon as a Mass-Transfer Additive in Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  200. Properties and Catalytic Activities of New Easily-Made Amphiphilic Phosphanes for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  201. β-Cyclodextrins modified by alkyl and poly(ethylene oxide) chains: A novel class of mass transfer additives for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  202. Amphiphilic photo-isomerisable phosphanes for aqueous organometallic catalysis
  203. Noncovalent functionalization of multiwall carbon nanotubes by methylated-β-cyclodextrins modified by a triazole group
  204. New supramolecular amphiphiles based on renewable resources
  205. Chemically Modified Cyclodextrins: An Attractive Class of Supramolecular Hosts for the Development of Aqueous Biphasic Catalytic Processes
  206. Cobalt catalyzed hydroformylation of higher olefins in the presence of chemically modified cyclodextrins
  207. Aqueous rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation of 1-decene in the presence of randomly methylated β-cyclodextrin and 1,3,5-triaza-7-phosphaadamantane derivatives
  208. Complexation of phosphine ligands with peracetylated-β-cyclodextrin in supercritical carbon dioxide: Effect of temperature and cosolvent on the equilibrium constant
  209. Aqueous hydroformylation reaction mediated by randomly methylated β-cyclodextrin: How substitution degree influences catalytic activity and selectivity
  210. Synthesis of a halo-methylphenylene periphery-functionalized triazine-based dendritic molecule with a 3,3′-dimethyl-biphenyl linker using tris(halo-methylphenylene)triazines as building blocks
  211. Catalytically active nanoparticles stabilized by host–guest inclusion complexes in water
  212. Easily Accessible Mono- and Polytopic ­β-Cyclodextrin Hosts by Click Chemistry
  213. Carbon-Supported Ruthenium Nanoparticles Stabilized by Methylated Cyclodextrins: A New Family of Heterogeneous Catalysts for the Gas-Phase Hydrogenation of Arenes
  214. Hydroformylation of 1-octene in supercritical carbon dioxide: Can alkylation of arylphosphines with tertbutyl groups lead to soluble and active catalytic systems?
  215. A Property‐Matched Water‐Soluble Analogue of the Benchmark Ligand PPh3
  216. Click chemistry as an efficient tool to access β-cyclodextrin dimers
  217. Inclusion complexes of triphenylphosphine derivatives and peracetylated-β-cyclodextrin in supercritical carbon dioxide
  218. Hydroformylation of 1-Octene in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide with Alkyl P-Donor Ligands on Rhodium Using a Peracetylated β-Cyclodextrin as a Solubiliser
  219. Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation Promoted by Modified Cyclodextrins:Current Scope and Future Developments
  220. Fine tuning of sulfoalkylated cyclodextrin structures to improve their mass-transfer properties in an aqueous biphasic hydroformylation reaction
  221. State-of-the-Art
  222. State-of-the-Art and Typical Reactions
  223. Typical Reactions
  224. Biphasic Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis Promoted by Cyclodextrins: How to Design the Water-Soluble Phenylphosphane to Avoid Interaction with Cyclodextrin
  225. Chemically modified cyclodextrins adsorbed on Pd/C particles: New opportunities to generate highly chemo- and stereoselective catalysts for Heck reaction
  226. Self-Assembled Supramolecular Bidentate Ligands for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  227. Solubilisation of chlorinated solvents by cyclodextrin derivativesA study by static headspace gas chromatography and molecular modelling
  228. Biphasic aqueous organometallic catalysis promoted by cyclodextrins: Can surface tension measurements explain the efficiency of chemically modified cyclodextrins?
  229. Complexation of Phosphine Ligands with Peracetylated β-Cyclodextrin in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide:  Spectroscopic Determination of Equilibrium Constants
  230. A versatile liposome/cyclodextrin supramolecular carrier for drug delivery through the blood-brain barrier
  231. Methylated cyclodextrins: an efficient protective agent in water for zerovalent ruthenium nanoparticles and a supramolecular shuttle in alkene and arene hydrogenation reactions
  232. Host–guest inclusion complexes between peracetylated β-cyclodextrin and diphenyl(4-phenylphenyl)phosphine: Computational studies
  233. Unexpected Multifunctional Effects of Methylated Cyclodextrins in a Palladium Charcoal-Catalyzed Suzuki−Miyaura Reaction
  234. Cyclodextrin Catalysis
  235. Hydroformylation Catalyzed by Rhodium/Fluorinated Triarylphosphite Complexes in Fluorous Biphasic Media
  236. Water-Soluble Triphenylphosphane-3,3′,3′′-tricarboxylate (m-TPPTC) Ligand and Methylated Cyclodextrins: A New Combination for Biphasic Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins
  237. Eco-efficient Catalytic Hydrodechlorination of Carbon Tetrachloride in Aqueous Cyclodextrin Solutions
  238. How cyclodextrins can mask their toxic effect on the blood–brain barrier
  239. Methylated β-cyclodextrin as P-gp modulators for deliverance of doxorubicin across an in vitro model of blood–brain barrier
  240. Supramolecular Trapping of Phosphanes by Cyclodextrins: A General Approach to Generate Phosphane Coordinatively Unsaturated Organometallic Complexes
  241. Cyclodextrins as Supramolecular Hosts for Organometallic Complexes
  242. Heptakis(2,3-di-O-methyl-6-O-sulfopropyl)-β-cyclodextrin: A Genuine Supramolecular Carrier for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  243. Hydroformylation of 1-decene in aqueous medium catalysed by rhodium–alkyl sulfonated diphosphines system in the presence of methylated cyclodextrins. How the flexibility of the diphosphine backbone influences the regioselectivity
  244. Supramolecular shuttle and protective agent: a multiple role of methylated cyclodextrins in the chemoselective hydrogenation of benzene derivatives with ruthenium nanoparticles
  245. Peracetylated β-cyclodextrin as solubilizer of arylphosphines in supercritical carbon dioxide
  246. Rhodium Complexes Non-Covalently Bound to Cyclodextrins: Novel Water-Soluble Supramolecular Catalysts for the Biphasic Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins
  247. Sulfobutyl Ether-β-Cyclodextrins: Promising Supramolecular Carriers for Aqueous Organometallic Catalysis
  248. Adamantoylated monosaccharides: new compounds for modification of the properties of cyclodextrin-containing materials
  249. Substrate-selective aqueous organometallic catalysis. How small water-soluble organic molecules enhance the supramolecular discrimination
  250. Sulfonated Xantphos Ligand and Methylated Cyclodextrin:  A Winning Combination for Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins in Aqueous Medium
  251. Complexation of Monosulfonated Triphenylphosphine with Chemically Modified β-Cyclodextrins: Effect of Substituents on the Stability of Inclusion Complexes
  252. Evidence of a self-inclusion phenomenon for a new class of mono-substituted alkylammonium-β-cyclodextrins
  253. Two-Phase Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins Using Randomly Methylated ?-Cyclodextrin as Mass Transfer Promoter: A Smart Solution for Preserving the Intrinsic Properties of the Rhodium/Trisulfonated Triphenylphosphine Catalytic System
  254. Synthesis and Amphiphilic Behavior ofN,N‐Bis‐glucosyl‐1,5‐benzodiazepin‐2,4‐dione
  255. Cyclodextrin silica-based materials: advanced characterizations and study of their complexing behavior by diffuse reflectance UV–Vis spectroscopy
  256. Molecular Recognition Between a Water-Soluble Organometallic Complex and a ?-Cyclodextrin: First Example of Second-Sphere Coordination Adducts Possessing a Catalytic Activity
  257. Effects of γ- and Hydroxypropyl-γ-cyclodextrins on the Transport of Doxorubicin across an in Vitro Model of Blood-Brain Barrier
  258. Highlights of Applications in Synthesis and Catalysis: 10.10 Hydroformylation Catalyzed by Rhodium/Fluorinated Triarylphosphite Complexes in Fluorous Biphasic Media
  259. Substrate-selective aqueous organometallic catalysis. How size and chemical modification of cyclodextrin influence the substrate selectivity
  260. Cleavage of water-insoluble alkylallylcarbonates catalysed by a palladium/TPPTS/cyclodextrin system: effect of phosphine/cyclodextrin interactions on the reaction rate
  261. Methylated-β-cyclodextrins: useful discriminating tools for substrate-selective reactions in aqueous organometallic catalysis
  262. Behavior of α-, β-, and γ-Cyclodextrins and Their Derivatives on an in Vitro Model of Blood-Brain Barrier
  263. High-Pressure31P{1H} NMR Studies of RhH(CO)(TPPTS)3 in the Presence of Methylated Cyclodextrins: New Light on Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation Reaction Assisted by Cyclodextrins
  264. Unexpected Effect of Cyclodextrins on Water‐Soluble Rhodium Complexes
  265. Complexation of monosulfonated triphenylphosphine oxides with β-cyclodextrin: spectroscopic study and consequence on the behaviour of cyclodextrins in aqueous-phase organometallic catalysis
  266. Phosphocontaining Cyclodextrins as a New Class of Supramolecular Structures
  267. Hydroformylation of higher olefins by rhodium/tris-((1H,1H,2H,2H-perfluorodecyl)phenyl)phosphites complexes in a fluorocarbon/hydrocarbon biphasic medium: effects of fluorinated groups on the activity and stability of the catalytic system
  268. Perfluorooctyl substituted triphenylphosphites as ligands for hydroformylation of higher olefins in fluorocarbon/hydrocarbon biphasic medium
  269. Cyclodextrins as inverse phase transfer catalysts for the biphasic catalytic hydrogenation of aldehydes: a green and easy alternative to conventional mass transfer promoters
  270. Thermodynamic insight into the origin of the inclusion of monosulfonated isomers of triphenylphosphine into the β-cyclodextrin cavity
  271. One and Two-dimensional NMR Investigations of the Inclusion of the Monosulfonated Triphenylphosphine in the β-cyclodextrin
  272. Convenient synthesis of new amphiphilic triphenylphosphine analogues for aqueous biphasic catalysis
  273. Rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of water insoluble olefins in the presence of chemically modified β-cyclodextrins: evidence for ligand-cyclodextrin interactions and effect of various parameters on the activity and the aldehydes selectivity
  274. Substrate-selective catalysis in an aqueous biphasic system with per(2,6-di-O-methyl)-β-cyclodextrin
  275. Scanning tunneling microscopy investigation of an inclusion complex between the β-cyclodextrin and the sodium salt of the trisulfonated triphenylphosphine
  276. Advances in transition-metal catalyzed hydroxycarbonylation reactions in aqueous-organic two-phase system
  277. Palladium catalyzed hydroxycarbonylation of olefins in biphasic system: beneficial effect of alkali metal salt and protective-colloid agents on the stability of the catalytic system
  278. Unexpected synthesis of a new highly fluorocarbon soluble phosphite for biphasic catalysis
  279. First evidence of molecular recognition between cyclodextrins and a water-soluble ligand used in aqueous phase organometallic catalysis
  280. A convenient synthesis of phenylpropanoic acids: the palladium catalyzed hydrocarboxylation of styrene derivatives in a two-phase system
  281. Chemically modified β-cyclodextrins: Efficient supramolecular carriers for the biphasic hydrogenation of water-insoluble aldehydes
  282. An unusual enhancement of catalytic activity in biphasic catalysis: The rhodium catalyzed hydroformylation of acrylic esters
  283. A further breakthrough in biphasic, rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation: the use of Per(2,6-di-O-methyl)-β-cyclodextrin as inverse phase transfer catalyst
  284. Molecular Recognition between Chemically Modifiedβ-Cyclodextrin and Dec-1-ene: New Prospects for Biphasic Hydroformylation of Water-Insoluble Olefins
  285. Highly efficient telomerization of butadiene into octadienol in a micellar system: a judicious choice of the phosphine/surfactant combination
  286. Enhancement of Catalytic Activity for Hydroformylation of Methyl Acrylate by Using Biphasic and“Supported Aqueous Phase” Systems
  287. Solvent free telomerization of butadiene with water into octadienols in the presence of nonionic surfactant: efficient micellar catalysis
  288. A convenient electrosynthesis of new complexes [Sn{Co(CO)3PR3}4] and their spectroscopic characterization
  289. A very useful and efficient Wacker oxidation of higher α-olefins in the presence of per(2,6-di-O-methyl)-β-cyclodextrin
  290. Wacker Oxidation of 1-Decene to 2-Decanone in the Presence of a Chemically Modified Cyclodextrin System: A Happy Union of Host–Guest Chemistry and Homogeneous Catalysis
  291. Double vs. mono carbonylation of phenethyl bromide catalyzed by cobalt complexes: Effect of hydrophobic or water-soluble phosphines on the rate and selectivity of the reaction
  292. A convenient synthesis of benzylpyruvic acid: the double carbonylation of phenethyl bromide
  293. Electrochemical synthesis and catalytic applications of tin—cobalt carbonyl complexes
  294. Direct carbonylation of polychloroalkanes into acid chlorides using metallic salts ternary systems: an example of multistep catalysis
  295. Direct synthesis of lactones by double carbonylation of (2-bromoethyl)benzene catalyzed by Sn(Co(CO)4)4