NARD Institute technical keywords

Homogeneous Transition Metal Catalyst

In recent years, industrial olefin polymerization has shifted from Mg-supported Ziegler-Natta catalysts to Kaminsky catalysts using zirconium or titanium metallocene complexes. Impossible with conventional synthetic techniques, Kaminsky catalysts have allowed synthesis of syndiotactic and isotactic polypropylenes, and much narrower molar mass distributions have become achievable.

We focus particularly on polymerization catalysts, working up from ligand synthesis to realize many achievements in homogeneous transition metal catalysts.

With our rich knowledge and experience in organic chemistry, we are not just synthesizing known compounds, but also deal with a wide range of newly designed metal catalysts, next-generation rare-earth metal catalysts, and non-metallocene transition metal catalysts.

Metallocene transtion metal catalyst (Kaminsky)
There are many more examples of our achievements and capabilities. Please feel free to inquire.
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