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Transition metal-catalyzed carboxylation of organic substrates with carbon dioxide

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The development of sustainable chemical processes is a long-standing challenge. Carbon dioxide represents a renewable C1 building block for organic synthesis and industrial applications as an alternative to other common feedstocks which are based on natural gas, petroleum oil, or coal. Apart from the advantages associated with the nontoxicity and abundance of CO2, its utilization further enables the reduction in its atmospheric content, which contributes significantly to the greenhouse effect. Although widespread application of CO2 in organic synthesis - even on an industrial scale - will not be able to fully compensate for the steadily increasing atmospheric quantities produced (mainly by the combustion of fuels), ecological and economical factors make its usage highly desirable. Therefore, tremendous efforts toward activation and utilization of CO2 have been made by the scientific community over the last 30 years, and, as a result, the number of highly efficient transition metal-catalyzed CO2-incorporative reactions has increased dramatically, especially within the last decade. The achievements in the development of sustainable and economic chemical processes for the carboxylation of organic molecules with CO2 are presented in detail in this chapter.
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Carbon dioxide, Carboxylation, Homogeneous catalysis, Sustainable chemistry, Transition metal, C BOND FORMATION, CARBENE COPPER(I) COMPLEXES, KHAND-TYPE REACTION, ONE-POT SYNTHESIS, TERMINAL ALKYNES, H BONDS, 2+2+2 CYCLOADDITION, OXANICKELACYCLOPENTENE DERIVATIVES, REGIOSELECTIVE SYNTHESIS, REDUCTIVE CARBOXYLATION

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Brill, Marcel, et al. “Transition Metal-Catalyzed Carboxylation of Organic Substrates with Carbon Dioxide.” Topics in Organometallic Chemistry, edited by XB Lu, vol. 53, Springer, 2016, pp. 225–78.
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Brill, M., Lazreg, F., Cazin, C., & Nolan, S. (2016). Transition metal-catalyzed carboxylation of organic substrates with carbon dioxide. Topics in Organometallic Chemistry, 53, 225–278.
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Brill, Marcel, Faima Lazreg, Catherine Cazin, and Steven Nolan. 2016. “Transition Metal-Catalyzed Carboxylation of Organic Substrates with Carbon Dioxide.” Edited by XB Lu. Topics in Organometallic Chemistry 53: 225–78.
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Brill, Marcel, Faima Lazreg, Catherine Cazin, and Steven Nolan. 2016. “Transition Metal-Catalyzed Carboxylation of Organic Substrates with Carbon Dioxide.” Ed by. XB Lu. Topics in Organometallic Chemistry 53: 225–278.
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Brill M, Lazreg F, Cazin C, Nolan S. Transition metal-catalyzed carboxylation of organic substrates with carbon dioxide. Lu X, editor. Topics in Organometallic Chemistry. 2016;53:225–78.
IEEE
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M. Brill, F. Lazreg, C. Cazin, and S. Nolan, “Transition metal-catalyzed carboxylation of organic substrates with carbon dioxide,” Topics in Organometallic Chemistry, vol. 53, pp. 225–278, 2016.
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  abstract     = {The development of sustainable chemical processes is a long-standing challenge. Carbon dioxide represents a renewable C1 building block for organic synthesis and industrial applications as an alternative to other common feedstocks which are based on natural gas, petroleum oil, or coal. Apart from the advantages associated with the nontoxicity and abundance of CO2, its utilization further enables the reduction in its atmospheric content, which contributes significantly to the greenhouse effect. Although widespread application of CO2 in organic synthesis - even on an industrial scale - will not be able to fully compensate for the steadily increasing atmospheric quantities produced (mainly by the combustion of fuels), ecological and economical factors make its usage highly desirable. Therefore, tremendous efforts toward activation and utilization of CO2 have been made by the scientific community over the last 30 years, and, as a result, the number of highly efficient transition metal-catalyzed CO2-incorporative reactions has increased dramatically, especially within the last decade. The achievements in the development of sustainable and economic chemical processes for the carboxylation of organic molecules with CO2 are presented in detail in this chapter.},
  author       = {Brill, Marcel and Lazreg, Faima and Cazin, Catherine and Nolan, Steven},
  editor       = {Lu, XB},
  isbn         = {9783319220772},
  issn         = {1436-6002},
  journal      = {Topics in Organometallic Chemistry},
  keywords     = {Carbon dioxide,Carboxylation,Homogeneous catalysis,Sustainable chemistry,Transition metal,C BOND FORMATION,CARBENE COPPER(I) COMPLEXES,KHAND-TYPE REACTION,ONE-POT SYNTHESIS,TERMINAL ALKYNES,H BONDS,2+2+2 CYCLOADDITION,OXANICKELACYCLOPENTENE DERIVATIVES,REGIOSELECTIVE SYNTHESIS,REDUCTIVE CARBOXYLATION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {225--278},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {Transition metal-catalyzed carboxylation of organic substrates with carbon dioxide},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/3418_2015_110},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2016},
}

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