Synergistic combination of triazine and phenanthroline moieties in a covalent triazine framework tailored for heterogeneous photocatalytic metal-free C-Br and C-Cl activation
EntityUAM. Departamento de Química; UAM. Departamento de Química Inorgánica
CitationApplied Catalysis B: Environmental 317 (2022): 121791
Funded byFinancial support was provided by the Spanish Government (RTI2018–095038-B-I00, PID2019–110637RB-I00), “Comunidad de Madrid”, European Structural Funds (S2018/NMT-4367), proyectos sin´ergicos I+D (Y2020/NMT6469) and Comunidad Autonoma ´ de Madrid (SI1/PJI/2019–00237). A. L.-M. thanks UAM for a FPI-UAM predoctoral fellowship, N.S. thanks MINECO for a FPU predoctoral fellowship, and L.M. thanks CAM for an “Atraccion ´ de Talento Investigador” contract (2017-T2/AMB-5037)
ProjectComunidad de Madrid. SI1/PJI/2019–00237
SubjectsCovalent triazine framework; CTF; Photochemistry; Photoredox; Dehalogenation; Química
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We present the design and synthesis of a new covalent triazine framework with high content of N atoms bearing triazine and phenanthroline moieties. This material displays interesting luminescence phenomena and enhanced photoredox activity as a consequence of synergistic combination of both N-containing aromatic fragments. As catalytic application, the reduction of a variety of brominated and challenging chlorinated aromatic structures, including persistent organic pollutants such as polybrominated diphenyl ethers, has been performed under light irradiation and room temperature conditions. These chemical transformations follow a photoredox mechanism involving the formation of aryl radicals, that were trapped with different radical acceptors in order to afford the formation of new C-C, C-B and C-P bonds
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Google Scholar:López Magano, Alberto - Salaverri Mora, Noelia - Marzo Puerta, Leyre - Mas Ballesté, Rubén - Alemán Lara, José Julián
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