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Bimetallic nanosized solids with acid and redox properties for catalytic activation of C–C and C–H bonds

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A new approach is presented to form self-supported bimetallic nanosized solids with acid and redox catalytic properties. They are water-, air- and H2-stable, and are able to activate demanding C–C and C–H reactions. A detailed mechanistic study on the formation of the Ag–Fe bimetallic system shows that a rapid redox-coupled sequence between Ag+, O2 (air) and Fe2+ occurs, giving monodisperse Ag nanoparticles supported by O-bridged diatomic Fe3+ triflimides. The system can be expanded to Ag nanoparticles embedded within a matrix of Cu2+, Bi3+ and Yb3+ triflimide.

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Submitted
27 Jul 2016
Accepted
25 Aug 2016
First published
26 Aug 2016

This article is Open Access
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Chem. Sci., 2017,8, 689-696
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Edge Article

Bimetallic nanosized solids with acid and redox properties for catalytic activation of C–C and C–H bonds

J. R. Cabrero-Antonino, M. Tejeda-Serrano, M. Quesada, J. A. Vidal-Moya, A. Leyva-Pérez and A. Corma, Chem. Sci., 2017, 8, 689
DOI: 10.1039/C6SC03335K

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