A suitable catalyst is required to execute the phase-transfer reaction. There are mainly three factors which are responsible for the phase-transfer reactions. First is that the catalyst should be capable of transferring one reagent from its phase to second reagent’s phase. Second thing is that the reagent once transferred must be available in a highly reactive form. And the final factor is that the catalyst to be used must be recycled.
In some chemical reactions, it is observed that co-solvent such as alcohol or methanol is used so as to enhance the rate of agitation resulting in the loss of mechanical or electrical energy. Since, hydrogen bonding is found in alcohol or methanol which leads to the reduction in the rate of a reaction. The current article analyzes the synthesis characterization of multi-site phase catalysts.