Journal of the American Chemical Society | VOL. 108

Fixation and activation of carbon dioxide on aluminum porphyrin. Catalytic formation of a carbamic ester from carbon dioxide, amine, and epoxide

Publication Date Feb 1, 1986


Carbon dioxide is trapped by (5,10,15,20-tetraphenylporphinato) aluminum acetate in the presence of a secondary amine in the form of an aluminum carbamate on the opposite side to the acetate group with respect to the porphyrin plane. Carbon dioxide thus trapped by aluminum porphyrin is activated enough to undergo a catalytic reaction involving secondary amine and epoxide to afford dialkylcarbamic ester under atmospheric pressure at room temperature. 15 references, 2 figures, 2 tables.


Aluminum Porphyrin Activation Of Carbon Dioxide Carbon Dioxide Aluminum Acetate Fixation Of Carbon Dioxide Secondary Amine Atmospheric Pressure Formation Of Ester Room Temperature Carbamic Ester

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