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Redox-active Group 13 molecules possess the unusual combination of concomitant redox and acid–base reactivity. These combined properties enable regeneration of a metal hydroxide complex in a cycle for conversion of CO2 into carbonate salts. Reaction of (IP−)2Al(OH) (M = Al, Ga) with 1 atm of CO2 affords [(IP−)2Al]2(μ2κ1:κ2-OCO2). Subsequent reduction affords MgCO3 or CaCO3 and two equivalents of [(IP2−)2Al]−, which can be reoxidized to (IP−)2Al(OH) to close a cycle.
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