Research Interests-CO2 transformation

CO2 transformation Organic Synthesis Semiconductor oxide

With increasing attention on climate change, the fixation and transformation of carbon dioxide (CO2), a greenhouse gas, has become a hot topic for chemical researcher. CO2 is a one carbon (C1) source that is nontoxic, nonflammable, renewable, abundant, and inexpensive. The use of CO2 instead of toxic phosgene or CO in organic synthesis has high value in research and development. Although the consumption of CO2 by chemical transformation and the total emission of CO2 by fossil combustion are not in the same order of magnitude, the basic research is still of great importance.

The related publications:

4. Cuprous halide catalysed carboxylation of alkenyl boronic acids and alkenyl boronic acid pinacol esters with CO2
Junting Hong, Onkar S. Nayal and Fanyang Mo*
Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2020, 2813-2818. [doi] 04.16.2020

3. Cu-catalysed carboxylation of aryl boronic acids with CO2
Onkar S. Nayal, Junting Hong, Yang Yang and Fanyang Mo*
Org. Chem. Front. 2019, 6, 3673-3677. [doi] 09.23.2019

2. C–H Bond Carboxylation with Carbon Dioxide
Junting Hong, Man Li, Jianning Zhang, Beiqi Sun and Fanyang Mo.*
ChemSusChem 201912, 6-39. [doi] (A Review) 11.01.2018

 

1. Direct Carboxylation of the Diazo Group ipso-C(sp2)–H bond with Carbon Dioxide: Access to Unsymmetrical Diazomalonates and Derivatives
Qianyi Liu, Man Li, Rui Xiong and Fanyang Mo.*
Org. Lett201719, 6756–6759. [doi] Highlighed by Organic Chemistry Portal. 12.06.2017