The current manuscript describes state-of-the-art research for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) as an analytical tool to explore
catalyzed reactions carried out in ionic liquids (ILs) as the media. Due to its versatility and informative data, NMR has offered
valuable information for studies on how ILs affect catalytic reactions performed in these media. The article covers representative developments
and recent progress with reactions such as hydrogenation, hydroformylation, Suzuki and Sonogashira cross-coupling, and gives
insights on the information obtained from this technique.
Keywords: Catalytic reactions, High-pressure NMR, Ionic liquids, Multinuclear NMR, Para-hydrogen induced polarization, PARA-HYDROGEN INDUCED POLARIZATION (PHIP), ASYMMETRIC HYDROGENATION, HYDROFORMYLATION, CROSS-COUPLING REACTIONS, (SILP – supporting-ionic liquid phase), ALTADENA
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