Our rhodium hydroformylation catalysts are air stable, contain no halide and have good solubility in organic solvents. They are normally used with ligands such as triphenylphosphine.
ROPAC has a higher rhodium content than Rh-42 and has been used for hydroformylation since the development of the low pressure oxo process in the 1970’s.
Rh-50 is more hazardous than ROPAC and has a significant vapour pressure. It should be handled with appropriate precautions.
Pgm compound (solid)
|Product||Chemical formula||Chemical structure||Product codes||CAS number||Rhodium content||Colour||SDS|
|Rh-43, ROPAC||Rh(CO)(PPh3)(acac)||UK: 207000||25470-96-6||19.3 – 21.2 %w/w||Yellow|
|Rh-50, rhodium coacac||Rh(acetylacetonate)(CO)2||UK: 209050
|14874-82-9||38.5 – 40.0 % w/w||Red/green (dichroic)|