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 precious wisdom in a single handy quantity. along a glance at CO2 and N2 relief, the authors talk about O2, NO and N2O binding and relief, activation of H2 and the oxidation catalysis of O2. Edited by way of the hugely well known William Tolman, who has received a number of awards for his study within the box.

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Using unsaturated Rh(I) complexes of the formula “RhCl(L-L)” (L-L = bidentate phosphines or N-ligands) does not improve the yield as the catalyst is deactivated via an intermolecular ligand exchange as depicted in Eq. (9). The resulting “RhCl(L-L)2” or “RhCl(olefin)n” species are not able to promote the epoxidation of the olefin. 2}RhCl…L-L†} ‡ n…olefin† 3 RhCl…L-L†2 ‡ RhCl…olefin†n …9† Therefore, such Rh catalysts are not useful for practical applications. Using Co, Cr or Mn analogs, the yield in carbonate is always low with no real improvement of the TON.

Such a performance is several times that of conventional catalysts for syngas conversion. 4 CO2 Conversion the methanol production from H2/CO2 is technically competitive with the industrial production from syngas, albeit economically still less convenient. The synthesis of methanol from CO2 and water can be carried out by using a cascade of enzymes that allow the conversion of CO2 into HCOO– (formate dehydrogenase), CH2O (formaldehyde dehydrogenase) and CH3OH (methanol dehydrogenases) [122, 123].

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