Design Strategy toward Recyclable and Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Catalysts for the Hydrogenation of CO2 to Formate
- Design Strategy toward Recyclable and Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Catalysts for the Hydrogenation of CO2 to Formate
- 정광덕; 윤성호; 박기영; 구나세카; 신정철
- heterogenized CO2 hydrogenation; formic acid production; COP
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- ACS catalysis
- VOL 8, NO 5-4353
- One bottleneck in the realization of CO2 conversion into valueadded compounds is the lack of catalysts with both excellent activity and recyclability. Herein, a catalyst is designed for the hydrogenation of CO2 to formate to boost up these features by considering the leaching pathway of previously reported heterogenized catalyst; the design strategy incorporates oxyanionic ligand(s) in the coordination sphere to provide a pathway for both preventing the deleterious interactions and assisting the heterolysis of H2. The tailored heterogenized catalyst, [bpy-CTF-Ru(acac)2]Cl, demonstrated excellent recyclability over consecutive runs with a highest turnover frequency of 22 700 h− 1, and produced a highest formate concentration of 1.8 M in 3 h. This work is significant in elucidating new principles for the development of industrially viable hydrogenation catalysts.
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