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Rh). Water not only dissolves the catalyst, but also acts as a moderator [22, 26]; this represents the decisive difference in relation to the chemical reaction of the hydroformylation process and the process control of the reaction. The “standard ligand” of aqueous biphase catalysis, triphenylphosphine trisulfonate (TPPTS, 3,3’,3’’-phosphinidynetris[benzenesulfonic acid], trisodium salt; cf. 1), has particular significance here. To what extent the replacement of TPPTS by new ligands in the catalyst system has repercussions for the management of the aqueous biphase reaction will depend on their nature and possibly also the addition of additives and auxiliaries (cf.