Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization

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Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization. / Yang, Y.; Lee, Ji Woong.

I: Chemical Science, Bind 10, Nr. 14, 2019, s. 3905-3926.

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Yang, Y & Lee, JW 2019, 'Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization', Chemical Science, bind 10, nr. 14, s. 3905-3926. https://doi.org/10.1039/C8SC05539D

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Yang, Y., & Lee, J. W. (2019). Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization. Chemical Science, 10(14), 3905-3926. https://doi.org/10.1039/C8SC05539D

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Yang Y, Lee JW. Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization. Chemical Science. 2019;10(14):3905-3926. https://doi.org/10.1039/C8SC05539D

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Yang, Y. ; Lee, Ji Woong. / Toward ideal carbon dioxide functionalization. I: Chemical Science. 2019 ; Bind 10, Nr. 14. s. 3905-3926.

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abstract = "This Perspective recapitulates recent developments of carbon dioxide utilization in carbon-carbon bond formation reactions, with an intention of paving a way toward sustainable CO 2 -functionalization and its tangible applications in synthetic chemistry. CO 2 functionalization reactions possess intrinsic drawbacks: the high kinetic inertness and thermodynamic stability of CO 2 . Numerous procedures for CO 2 utilization depend on energy-intensive processes (i.e. high pressure and/or temperature), often solely relying on reactive substrates, hampering its general applications. Recent efforts thus have been dedicated to catalytic CO 2 -utilization under ambient reaction conditions, however, it is still limited to a few activation modes and the use of reactive substrates. Herein, ideal CO 2 -functionalization with particular emphasis on sustainability will be discussed based on the following sub-categories; (1) metal-catalyzed ‘reductive' carboxylation reaction of halides, olefins and allyl alcohols, (2) photochemical CO 2 -utilization, (3) redox-neutral CO 2 -functionalization, and (4) enantioselective catalysis incorporating CO 2 to form C-CO 2 bonds (excluding strain mediated reactions with epoxide- and aziridine-based substrates). Recent progress in these fields will be discussed with the proposed reaction mechanisms and selected examples, highlighting redox-neutral, umpolung, and asymmetric carboxylation to postulate ideal CO 2 functionalization reactions to be developed in the near future.",
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