Activation of Small Molecules: Organometallic and by William B. Tolman

By William B. Tolman

The 1st to mix either the bioinorganic and the organometallic view, this guide presents all of the worthwhile wisdom in a single handy quantity. along a glance at CO2 and N2 relief, the authors speak about O2, NO and N2O binding and aid, activation of H2 and the oxidation catalysis of O2. Edited by means of the hugely well known William Tolman, who has received a number of awards for his examine within the box.

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Using Co, Cr or Mn analogs, the yield in carbonate is always low with no real improvement of the TON. The use of Group 1 or 2 metal oxides [106] or of transition metal oxides gives catalysts with a longer life. It must be emphasized that in the oxidative carboxylation, the catalyst must perform two roles: the oxidation of the olefin using O2 and the carboxylation of the epoxide. This makes the selection of the catalyst more difficult. g. Ag2O). 6 also shows that, in a nonoptimized system, the main reaction is olefinic double-bond cleavage, suggestive of a radical reaction promoted by the metal oxide.

3 Photoelectrochemical Reduction Transition metal complexes have been used as catalysts in photochemical conversions of CO2 since they can absorb a significant part of the solar spectrum, have long-lived excited states, and can promote the activation of small molecules. Co complexes with N-macrocycles and Ru(bpy)2(CO)Xn complexes (X = CO, Cl, H) have shown quite interesting activity [147]. 2 V versus normal hydrogen electrode (NHE) in strictly anhydrous, aprotic solvents, making the one-electron reduction highly unfavorable.

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