Issue 86, 2022

Threefold reactivity of a COF-embedded rhenium catalyst: reductive etherification, oxidative esterification or transfer hydrogenation

Abstract

The reactivity of the novel Re(I) catalyst [Re(C12Anth-py2)(CO)3Br] is modulated by its interactions with the covalent organic framework (COF) TFB-BD. The complex catalyzes either reductive etherification, oxidative esterification, or transfer hydrogenation depending on its local environment (embedded in TFB-BD, in homogeneous solution or co-incubated with TFB-BD, respectively). The results highlight that COFs can drastically modulate the reactivity of homogeneous catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Threefold reactivity of a COF-embedded rhenium catalyst: reductive etherification, oxidative esterification or transfer hydrogenation

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Article information

Article type
Communication
Submitted
06 Jun 2022
Accepted
26 Sep 2022
First published
11 Oct 2022

Chem. Commun., 2022,58, 12074-12077

Threefold reactivity of a COF-embedded rhenium catalyst: reductive etherification, oxidative esterification or transfer hydrogenation

S. T. Goralski, K. M. Cid-Seara, J. J. Jarju, L. Rodriguez-Lorenzo, A. P. LaGrow, M. J. Rose and L. M. Salonen, Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 12074 DOI: 10.1039/D2CC03173F

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