Enhancing reductive C-N coupling of nitrocompounds through interfacial engineering of MoO2 in thin carbon layers

Abstract

The direct reductive C-N coupling of nitrocompounds shows great potential for producing functional secondary amines. In this study, we developed an approach by coating silica nanospheres with polydopamine and metal precursor, followed by carbonization to create interfacial engineered MoO2. The presence of numerous crystal interfaces and metal-carbon interactions resulted in a remarkable enhancement of C-N coupling activity and stability of catalyst.

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Article type
Communication
Submitted
03 Aug 2023
Accepted
18 Sep 2023
First published
18 Sep 2023

Chem. Commun., 2023, Accepted Manuscript

Enhancing reductive C-N coupling of nitrocompounds through interfacial engineering of MoO2 in thin carbon layers

M. Liu, X. Dong, X. Zhong, Z. Wang, J. Gong, H. Song, C. Yu, A. Yuan, F. Yang and E. H. Ang, Chem. Commun., 2023, Accepted Manuscript , DOI: 10.1039/D3CC03757F

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