Hydrogenation of CO2 to Formate using a Simple, Recyclable, and Efficient Heterogeneous Catalyst
- Hydrogenation of CO2 to Formate using a Simple, Recyclable, and Efficient Heterogeneous Catalyst
- 정광덕; 구니야 하리야나담 구나세카; 윤성호
- CO2 hydrogenation; COP; formic acid
- Issue Date
- Inorganic chemistry
- VOL 58, NO 6-3723
- 1) and selectivity. In addition, the catalyst excellently maintains its efficiency over successive runs and produces a maximum final formate concentration of ∼2.1 M in just 2.5 h with a conversion of 12% in regard to CO2 feed. The apparent advantages of air stability, ease of handling, simplicity, the use of a readily available metal precursor, and the outstanding catalytic performance make [bpy-CTF-RuCl3] one of the possible candidates for realizing the large-scale production of formic acid/formate by CO2 hydrogenation.; Today, one of the most imperative targets to realize the conversions of CO2 in industry is the development of practically viable catalytic systems that demonstrate excellent activity, selectivity, and durability. Herein, a simple heterogeneous Ru(III) catalyst is prepared by immobilizing commercially available RuCl3·xH2O onto a bipyridine-functionalized covalent triazine framework, [bpy-CTF-RuCl3], for the first time. This novel catalyst efficiently hydrogenates CO2 into formate with an unprecedented turnover frequency (38800 h–
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