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000261530 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1002/cssc.201801641
000261530 037__ $$aARTICLE
000261530 245__ $$aMetal-Organic-Framework-Derived Co3S4 Hollow Nanoboxes for the Selective Reduction of Nitroarenes
000261530 260__ $$aWeinheim$$c2018$$bWILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
000261530 269__ $$a2018-09-21
000261530 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000261530 520__ $$aMOF-derived Co3S4/CN hollow nanoboxes (CN=nitrogen-doped carbon) was used to catalyze the chemoselective reduction of nitroarenes to anilines under mild reaction conditions with H-2 as the reducing agent. The catalyst provides high conversion efficiencies and selectivities for a variety of nitroarene substrates that contain electron-donating or electron-withdrawing substituents under mild reaction conditions (in methanol at 60 degrees C). Further, the nanobox inhibits both dehalogenation and vinyl hydrogenation reactions, which are common limitations of state-of-the-art Pd-based catalysts. Because the reactions result in pure aniline products, the need for separation by column chromatography is eliminated. The resulting anilines are easily separated from the methanolic reaction solution in just three simple steps (centrifugation, decantation, and drying). If employed in industrial processes, catalysts of this kind would significantly reduce the amount of waste organic solvent generated and thus satisfy the need for sustainable chemical processes.
000261530 650__ $$aChemistry, Multidisciplinary
000261530 650__ $$aGREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
000261530 650__ $$aChemistry
000261530 650__ $$aScience & Technology - Other Topics
000261530 6531_ $$acobalt
000261530 6531_ $$aheterogeneous catalysis
000261530 6531_ $$ahydrogenation
000261530 6531_ $$ametal-organic frameworks
000261530 6531_ $$ananostructures
000261530 6531_ $$achemoselective hydrogenation
000261530 6531_ $$aphotocatalytic activity
000261530 6531_ $$acascade reactions
000261530 6531_ $$avisible-light
000261530 6531_ $$acatalysts
000261530 6531_ $$ananoparticles
000261530 6531_ $$aanilines
000261530 6531_ $$awater
000261530 6531_ $$aoxygen
000261530 6531_ $$asites
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000261530 700__ $$g262777$$0249293$$aPeng, Li
000261530 700__ $$g252647$$0249366$$aSun, Daniel T.
000261530 700__ $$g191661$$0242227$$aOveisi, Emad
000261530 700__ $$aBulut, Safak$$0246378$$g190301
000261530 700__ $$aQueen, Wendy L.$$0249115$$g253110
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