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A MOF-assisted phosphine free bifunctional iron complex for the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide, sodium bicarbonate and carbonate to formate

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The hydrogenation of carbon dioxide into formic acid (FA) with Earth-abundant metals is a vibrant research area because FA is an attractive molecule for hydrogen storage. We report a cyclopentadienyl iron tricarbonyl complex that provides up to 3000 turnover number for carbon dioxide hydrogenation when combined with a catalytic amount of the chromium dicarboxylate MOF MIL-53(Cr). To date, this is the highest turnover number reported in the presence of a phosphine-free iron complex.
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hal-02159902 , version 1 (19-06-2019)

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Sébastien Coufourier, Sylvain Gaillard, Guillaume Clet, Christian Serre, Marco Daturi, et al.. A MOF-assisted phosphine free bifunctional iron complex for the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide, sodium bicarbonate and carbonate to formate. Chemical Communications, 2019, 55 (34), pp.4977-4980. ⟨10.1039/c8cc09771b⟩. ⟨hal-02159902⟩
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