7 research outputs found

    The Development of Transition Metal Catalyzed C-N bond Formation Using Nitroarenes

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    A series of new methods of C-N bond formation using nitro group as nitrogen atom source were developed. The synthetic utility of these methods were demonstrated. Control experiments were performed for mechanistic study. An efficient synthetic route to NAMPT inhibitor analogues was estabilished

    Iron-Catalyzed Reductive Cyclization of <i>o</i>‚ÄĎNitrostyrenes Using Phenylsilane as the Terminal Reductant

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    Using microscale high-throughput experimentation, an efficient, earth-abundant iron phenanthroline complex was discovered to catalyze the reductive cyclization of <i>ortho</i>-nitrostyrenes into indoles via nitrosoarene reactive intermediates. This method requires only 1 mol % of Fe­(OAc)<sub>2</sub> and 1 mol % of 4,7-(MeO)<sub>2</sub>phen and uses phenylsilane as a convenient terminal reductant. The scope and limitations of the method were illustrated with 21 examples, and an investigation into the kinetics of the reaction revealed first-order behavior in catalyst and silane and zero-order behavior with respect to nitrostyrene

    Three-Dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks with Dual Linkages for Bifunctional Cascade Catalysis

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    Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of porous crystalline polymers with broad potential applications. So far, the availability of three-dimensional (3D) COFs is limited and more importantly only one type of covalent bond has been successful used for 3D COF materials. Here, we report a new synthetic strategy based on dual linkages that leads to 3D COFs. The obtained 3D COFs show high specific surface areas and large gas uptake capacities, which makes them the top COF material for gas uptake. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the new 3D COFs comprise both acidic and basic sites, and act as excellent bifunctional catalysts for one-pot cascade reactions. The new synthetic strategy provides not only a general and versatile approach to synthesize 3D COFs with sophisticated structures but also expands the potential applications of this promising class of porous materials

    Fast, Ambient Temperature and Pressure Ionothermal Synthesis of Three-Dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks

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    Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of porous crystalline polymers with wide range of potential applications. However, the availability of three-dimensional (3D) COFs is still limited, and their synthesis is confined to the high-temperature solvothermal method. Here, we report for the first time a general and simple strategy to produce a series of 3D ionic liquid (IL)-containing COFs (3D-IL-COFs) by using IL as a green solvent. The syntheses are carried out at ambient temperature and pressure accompanied by a high reaction speed (e.g., only three mins for 3D-IL-COF-1), and the IL can be reused without activity loss. Furthermore, the 3D-IL-COFs show impressive performance in the separation of CO<sub>2</sub>/N<sub>2</sub> and CO<sub>2</sub>/CH<sub>4</sub>. This research thus presents a potential pathway to green large-scale industrial production of COFs

    Three-Dimensional Ionic Covalent Organic Frameworks for Rapid, Reversible, and Selective Ion Exchange

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    Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) have emerged as functional materials for various potential applications. However, the availability of three-dimensional (3D) COFs is still limited, and nearly all of them exhibit neutral porous skeletons. Here we report a general strategy to design porous positively charged 3D ionic COFs by incorporation of cationic monomers in the framework. The obtained 3D COFs are built of 3-fold interpenetrated diamond net and show impressive surface area and CO<sub>2</sub> uptakes. The ion-exchange ability of 3D ionic COFs has been highlighted by reversible removal of nuclear waste model ions and excellent size-selective capture for anionic pollutants. This research thereby provides a new perspective to explore 3D COFs as a versatile type of ion-exchange materials
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