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Marquage isotopique catalysé par des nanoparticules métalliques

Abstract : Deuterated compounds are molecules of great interest in various fields. In pharmacology, the H/D exchange can improve the pharmacokinetic properties of some drugs or reduce their toxicity. In addition, deuterium-labelled compounds can be used as internal standards for mass spectroscopy, or as tracers for the understanding of different reaction mechanisms. Therefore, it is important to find a way to exchange hydrogen with deuterium in a simple, selective and efficient way. The main goal of the PhD project is the synthesis of novel nanoparticles for isotopic exchange (H/D). Metal nanoparticles and more particularly ruthenium nanoparticles, has shown their efficiency to catalyze this exchange. However, ruthenium nanoparticles are very active in arene hydrogenation, and often lead to the reduction of aromatic substrates. In a second part of the work, we synthesized Ru-Pt alloys in an attempt to passivate the Ru surface with platinum, which is less-active in H/D exchange. We have shown that by changing the platinum precursor, we can change the atomic distribution of the surface, and thus we were able to modulate the reactivity of nanoparticles. We finally synthesized Ni and Ir nanoparticles. These nanoparticles have proven to be efficient catalysts for H/D exchange, without reducing aromatic functions. In addition, different selectivity was obtained depending on the metal used.
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Donia Bouzouita. Marquage isotopique catalysé par des nanoparticules métalliques. Catalyse. INSA de Toulouse, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019ISAT0018⟩. ⟨tel-02443230⟩



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