Using Carbon Dioxide as a Building Block in Continuous Flow Synthesis
Author(s)Seo, Hyowon; Nguyen, Long V.; Jamison, Timothy F
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Carbon dioxide (CO₂) is an attractive building block for organic synthesis that is environmentally friendly. Continuous flow technologies have enabled C−O and C−C bond forming reactions with CO₂ that previously were either low‐yielding or impossible in batch to afford value‐added chemicals. This review describes recent advances in continuous flow as an enabling strategy in utilizing CO₂ as a C₁ building block in chemical synthesis.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Chemistry
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis
Seo, Hyowon et al. "Using Carbon Dioxide as a Building Block in Continuous Flow Synthesis." Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 361, 2 (November 2018): 247-264 © 2019 Wiley
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