Mura, Manuel G. and De Luca, Lidia Vera Giovanna and Giacomelli, Giampaolo and Porcheddu, Andrea (2012) Formic acid: a promising bio-renewable feedstock for fine chemicals. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, Vol. 354 (17), p. 3180-3186. eISSN 1615-4169. Article.
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In light of the growing scarcity of petroleum-based raw materials, carbon dioxide (CO2) is becoming increasing attractive as organic carbon source. In this perspective, formic acid (HCOOH) might be an interesting bio-renewable solution to store, transport, and activate carbon dioxide for the synthesis of value-added chemicals. Herein, HCOOH has been successfully used as C1 building block for the synthesis of a library of alcohols via a catalysed oxo-synthesis, under green experimental conditions.
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