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Title
An Efficient Cu(II)-bis(oxazoline)-Based Polymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase Catalyst for Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation

Authors
Simon Doherty
Julian G. Knight
Jack R. Ellison
Peter Goodrich
Leanne Hall
Christopher Hardacre
Mark Muldoon
Ana Ribeiro
M.J.V. Lourenço
C.A. Nieto de Castro
Dep. Química e Bioquímica
CCMM - Centro de Ciências Moleculares e Materiais 
Paul Davey
Soomin Park

Document type
Journal articles

Scope
International

Refereeing
Yes

Document type
Full paper

Date of Publication
2014

Where published
GREEN CHEMISTRY

ISSN
1463-9262

Publisher
The Royal Society of Chemistry

Volume
16
Number
3

Starting page
1470
Last page
1479

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APA
Simon Doherty, Julian G. Knight, Jack R. Ellison, Peter Goodrich, Leanne Hall, Christopher Hardacre, Mark Muldoon, Ana Ribeiro, M.J.V. Lourenço, C.A. Nieto de Castro, Paul Davey, Soomin Park, (2014). An Efficient Cu(II)-bis(oxazoline)-Based Polymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase Catalyst for Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation. GREEN CHEMISTRY, 16, 1470-1479. ISSN 1463-9262. eISSN . http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c3gc41378k

IEEE
Simon Doherty, Julian G. Knight, Jack R. Ellison, Peter Goodrich, Leanne Hall, Christopher Hardacre, Mark Muldoon, Ana Ribeiro, M.J.V. Lourenço, C.A. Nieto de Castro, Paul Davey, Soomin Park, "An Efficient Cu(II)-bis(oxazoline)-Based Polymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase Catalyst for Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation" in GREEN CHEMISTRY, vol. 16, pp. 1470-1479, 2014.

BIBTEX
@article{9377, author = {Simon Doherty and Julian G. Knight and Jack R. Ellison and Peter Goodrich and Leanne Hall and Christopher Hardacre and Mark Muldoon and Ana Ribeiro and M.J.V. Lourenço and C.A. Nieto de Castro and Paul Davey and Soomin Park}, title = {An Efficient Cu(II)-bis(oxazoline)-Based Polymer Supported Ionic Liquid Phase Catalyst for Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation}, journal = {GREEN CHEMISTRY}, year = 2014, pages = {1470-1479}, volume = 16 }