Hybrid catalysts for CO 2 conversion into cyclic carbonates

Carla Calabrese, Francesco Giacalone, Carmela Aprile

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The conversion of carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals such as cyclic carbonates is an appealing topic for the scientific community due to the possibility of valorizing waste into an inexpensive, available, nontoxic, and renewable carbon feedstock. In this regard, last-generation heterogeneous catalysts are of great interest owing to their high catalytic activity, robustness, and easy recovery and recycling. In the present review, recent advances on CO 2 cycloaddition to epoxide mediated by hybrid catalysts through organometallic or organo-catalytic species supported onto silica-, nanocarbon-, and metal-organic framework (MOF)-based heterogeneous materials, are highlighted and discussed.

langue originaleAnglais
Numéro d'article325
Nombre de pages30
journalCatalysts
Volume9
Numéro de publication4
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 1 avr. 2019

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Carbonates
Carbon Monoxide
carbonates
catalysts
Catalysts
Cycloaddition
epoxy compounds
Epoxy Compounds
cycloaddition
Organometallics
recycling
Carbon Dioxide
Silicon Dioxide
Feedstocks
catalytic activity
Recycling
carbon dioxide
Catalyst activity
Carbon dioxide
Carbon

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Hybrid catalysts for CO 2 conversion into cyclic carbonates. / Calabrese, Carla; Giacalone, Francesco; Aprile, Carmela.

Dans: Catalysts, Vol 9, Numéro 4, 325, 01.04.2019.

Résultats de recherche: Contribution à un journal/une revueArticle de revue

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