Production of Formamides from CO and Amines Induced by Porphyrin Rhodium(II) Metalloradical

Zhang, Jiajing; Zhang, Wentao; Xu, Minghui; Zhang, Yang; Fu, Xuefeng; Fang, Huayi;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b03029.s002, doi: 10.1021/jacs.8b03029.s003
  • Subject: mechanism studies | Biotechnology | aliphatic amines | Amines Induced | turnover numbers | Microbiology | carbon monoxide | acyl-like metalloradical | rhodium porphyrin compounds | conversion system | Many strategies | Biochemistry | Pharmacology | transition metal center | petrochemical feedstocks | Science Policy | CO activation method | carbonylation
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It is of fundamental importance to transform carbon monoxide (CO) to petrochemical feedstocks and fine chemicals. Many strategies built on the activation of CO bond by π-back bonding from the transition metal center were developed during the past decades. ... View more
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