Hydrogenation of CO2 to formate on ruthenium (III) coordinated on melamine polymer network
- Hydrogenation of CO2 to formate on ruthenium (III) coordinated on melamine polymer network
- 정광덕; 김성훈; 구니야 하리야나담 구나세카; 아흐산 자릴; 프라카쉬 나타라잔; 박광호; 윤성호
- CO2; 수소화; 포름산
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- Journal of CO2 Utilization
- VOL 35-255
- Catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to formic acid is considered as a crucial transformation in regards to alleviating the harmful impacts of global warming and completing the carbon cycle. In this respect, a novel heterogeneous Ru (III) catalyst is prepared by the immobilization of RuCl3.xH2O onto a melamine polymer-network (MPN). MPN is employed based on its abundant nitrogen functional groups which can stabilize the ruthenium species by complex formation, which is confirmed by characterization results. Influence of reaction parameters on the catalyst activity is investigated and a high turnover frequency of 4964  h− 1 is observed. This high activity of the catalyst is attributed to the stabilization of Ru(III). The basic nitrogen groups of the MPN support, electron donating basic sites, can play a role in stabilizing the active ruthenium (III) species. These results indicate the high potential of melamine-based polymers to be applied as catalyst support materials in the CO2 hydrogenation reaction.
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