Rhodium-ferrocenyl complexes supported on phosphine-capped silicon wafers for heterogeneous catalysis applications

Mametsi Sebitlo

University of the Free State

Mametsi Rahab Sebitlo was born and bred in Parys, South Africa, on 16 March 1988. She received her secondary education in 2005 and enrolled for an undergraduate degree in Chemistry at the University of the Free State (UFS). She furthered her studies until obtaining her Doctoral degree in Chemistry. Her research was based on rhodium(I) complexes supported on two-dimensional silicon support for catalytic applications. She currently works as a Post-doctoral fellow at the UFS working on three-dimensional structured bi metal cyanometallate complexes

Abstract

Introduction: Heterogeneous catalysts have major advantages over homogeneous catalyst such as catalyst reusability and recyclability from the reaction media. However to understand their nanoscale surface dynamics by means of... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Mametsi Sebitlo (University of the Free State)
  2. Jannie C. Swarts (University of the Free State)
  3. Elizabeth Erasmus (University of the Free State)

Topic Areas

P - Catalysis processes & applications , P - General aspects of inorganic chemistry , Si - Materials science: polymers, thin films, nanopowders, ceramics, crystals, composites , Si - Advanced synthesis and characterization , Si - General aspects of inorganic chemistry

Session

OS2a-217b » Materials science: polymers, thin films, nanopowders, ceramics, crystals, composites etc. (13:30 - Tuesday, 4th July, 217b)

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