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cis-Decalin oxidation as a stereochemical probe of in-MOF versus on-MOF catalysis

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Development of catalyst-controlled C–H hydroxylation could provide direct access to valuable synthetic targets, such as primary metabolites. Here, we report a new family of porous materials, comprised of 2-dimensional metalloporphyrin layers and flexible aliphatic linkers, and demonstrate C–H hydroxylation activity. We demonstrate that the stereochemistry of cis-decalin oxidation provides a useful tool for differentiating catalysis in from catalysis on porous materials, which is critical to leveraging the potential of porous materials for catalyst-controlled oxidation chemistry.

Graphical abstract: cis-Decalin oxidation as a stereochemical probe of in-MOF versus on-MOF catalysis

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Submitted
04 Apr 2017
Accepted
07 Jun 2017
First published
07 Jun 2017

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 7377-7380
Article type
Communication

cis-Decalin oxidation as a stereochemical probe of in-MOF versus on-MOF catalysis

A. D. Cardenal, H. Jeong Park, C. J. Chalker, K. G. Ortiz and D. C. Powers, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 7377
DOI: 10.1039/C7CC02570J

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