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- Dalle, Kristian E.; Warnan, Julien; Leung, Jane J.; Reuillard, Bertrand; Karmel, Isabell S.; Reisner, Erwin
- Chemical reviews 2019 v.119 no.4 pp. 2752-2875
- carbon; carbon dioxide; cathodes; energy; fuels; greenhouse gases; hydrogen; hydrogen production; metals; nitrogen; photocatalysis; photocatalysts; quantum dots; renewable energy sources; semiconductors; storage technology; surveys
- ... The synthesis of renewable fuels from abundant water or the greenhouse gas CO₂ is a major step toward creating sustainable and scalable energy storage technologies. In the last few decades, much attention has focused on the development of nonprecious metal-based catalysts and, in more recent years, their integration in solid-state support materials and devices that operate in water. This review su ...
- Trammell, Rachel; Rajabimoghadam, Khashayar; Garcia-Bosch, Isaac
- Chemical reviews 2019 v.119 no.4 pp. 2954-3031
- bioavailability; catalytic activity; copper; enzymes; hydrogen peroxide; models; oxidants; oxygen; palladium; platinum; reaction mechanisms; rhodium; toxicity
- ... Copper is one of the most abundant and less toxic transition metals. Nature takes advantage of the bioavailability and rich redox chemistry of Cu to carry out oxygenase and oxidase organic transformations using O₂ (or H₂O₂) as oxidant. Inspired by the reactivity of these Cu-dependent metalloenzymes, chemists have developed synthetic protocols to functionalize organic molecules under enviormentally ...