Heterometallic palladium–iron metal–organic framework as a highly active catalyst for cross-coupling reactions

Abstract

Palladium-based metal–organic frameworks (Pd-MOFs) are an emerging class of heterogeneous catalysts extremely challenging to achieve due to the facile leaching of palladium and its tendency to be reduced. Herein, Pd(II) was successfully incorporated in the framework of a MOF denoted as MUV-22 using a solvent assisted reaction. This stable MOF, with square-octahedron (soc) topology as MIL-127, and a porosity of 710 m2 g−1, is highly active, selective, and recyclable for the Suzuki–Miyaura allylation of aryl and alkyl boronates as exemplified with the coupling between cinnamyl bromide and Me-Bpin, a typically reluctant reagent in cross-coupling reactions.

Graphical abstract: Heterometallic palladium–iron metal–organic framework as a highly active catalyst for cross-coupling reactions

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Article type
Edge Article
Submitted
18 Sep 2022
Accepted
22 Nov 2022
First published
22 Nov 2022
This article is Open Access

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Chem. Sci., 2022, Advance Article

Heterometallic palladium–iron metal–organic framework as a highly active catalyst for cross-coupling reactions

E. Miguel-Casañ, M. D. Darawsheh, V. Fariña-Torres, I. J. Vitórica-Yrezábal, E. Andres-Garcia, M. Fañanás-Mastral and G. Mínguez Espallargas, Chem. Sci., 2022, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/D2SC05192C

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