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000266481 0247_ $$a10.1002/anie.201901171$$2doi
000266481 02470 $$2isi$$a000463975300035
000266481 037__ $$aARTICLE
000266481 245__ $$aIn Situ Formation of Frustrated Lewis Pairs in a Water-Tolerant Metal-Organic Framework for the Transformation of CO2
000266481 269__ $$a2019-04-08
000266481 260__ $$c2019-04-08
000266481 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000266481 520__ $$aFrustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) consist of sterically hindered Lewis acids and Lewis bases, which provide high catalytic activity towards non-metal-mediated activation of "inert" small molecules, including CO2 among others. One critical issue of homogeneous FLPs, however, is their instability upon recycling, leading to catalytic deactivation. Herein, we provide a solution to this issue by incorporating a bulky Lewis acid-functionalized ligand into a water-tolerant metal-organic framework (MOF), named SION-105, and employing Lewis basic diamine substrates for the in situ formation of FLPs within the MOE Using CO2 as a C1-feedstock, this combination allows for the efficient transformation of a variety of diamine substrates into benzimidazoles. SION-105 can be easily recycled by washing with MeOH and reused multiple times without losing its identity and catalytic activity, highlighting the advantage of the MOF approach in FLP chemistry.
000266481 650__ $$aChemistry, Multidisciplinary
000266481 650__ $$aChemistry
000266481 6531_ $$aco2 conversion
000266481 6531_ $$afrustrated lewis pairs
000266481 6531_ $$aheterogeneous catalysis
000266481 6531_ $$ametal-organic frameworks
000266481 6531_ $$asustainable chemistry
000266481 6531_ $$areduction
000266481 6531_ $$apolymer
000266481 6531_ $$ahydrosilylation
000266481 6531_ $$ahydrogenation
000266481 6531_ $$achemistry
000266481 700__ $$g273082$$aShyshkanov, Serhii$$0250194
000266481 700__ $$g276474$$aNguyen, Tu N.$$0250514
000266481 700__ $$aEbrahim, Fatmah Mish
000266481 700__ $$g255544$$aStylianou, Kyriakos C.$$0248883
000266481 700__ $$g149418$$aDyson, Paul J.$$0240015
000266481 773__ $$q5371-5375$$k16$$j58$$tAngewandte Chemie-International Edition
000266481 8560_ $$fjacqueline.morard@epfl.ch
000266481 909C0 $$yApproved$$pLCOM$$xU9$$mjacqueline.morard@epfl.ch$$zBorel, Alain$$0252010
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