Further Reading

Albright RL (1987) Basic principles of catalysis by func-tionalized porous organic polymers: theoretical concepts and considerations. In Stiles AB (ed.) Catalyst Supports and Supported Catalysts, pp. 159-186. Boston: Butterworths.

Chakrabarti A and Sharma MM (1993) Cation exchange resins as catalyst. State-of-the-Art Report, Reactive Polymers, Vol. 20, pp. 1-45. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Ford WT (ed.) (1986) Polymeric Reagents and Catalysts. ACS Symposium Series 308. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society. Gates BC and Katzer JR (1979) Chemistry of Catalytic

Processes. New York: McGraw-Hill. Hodge P and Sherrington DC (eds) (1980) Polymer-supported Reactions in Organic Synthesis. New York: Wiley. Jakovac IJ (1987) Specific reactions catalyzed by function-alized porous organic polymers. In Stiles AB (ed.) Catalyst Supports and Supported Catalysts, pp. 187-200. Boston: Butterworths.

Neier W (1991) Ion exchangers as catalysts. In Dorfner K (ed.) Ion Exchangers, pp. 981-1027. New York: Walter deGruyter. Satterfield CN (1991) Heterogeneous Catalysis in Industrial Practice, 2nd edn. New York: McGraw-Hill.

I. Grafova, Institute for Sorption and Problems of Endoecology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

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