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      An amino acid based system for CO 2 capture and catalytic utilization to produce formates†

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      Chemical Science

      The Royal Society of Chemistry

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          Herein, we report a novel amino acid based reaction system for CO 2 capture and utilization (CCU) to produce formates in the presence of the naturally occurring amino acid l-lysine. Utilizing a specific ruthenium-based catalyst system, hydrogenation of absorbed carbon dioxide occurs with high activity and excellent productivity. Noteworthy, following the CCU concept, CO 2 can be captured from ambient air in the form of carbamates and converted directly to formates in one-pot (TON > 50 000). This protocol opens new potential for transforming captured CO 2 from ambient air to C1-related products.

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          A novel amino acid based reaction system for CO 2 capture and utilization (CCU) to produce formates is presented applying a ruthenium-based catalyst. Noteworthy, CO 2 can be captured from ambient air and converted to formates in one-pot (TON > 50 000).

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                Journal
                Chem Sci
                Chem Sci
                SC
                CSHCBM
                Chemical Science
                The Royal Society of Chemistry
                2041-6520
                2041-6539
                2 March 2021
                5 May 2021
                2 March 2021
                : 12
                : 17
                : 6020-6024
                Affiliations
                Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V. Albert-Einstein-Str. 29a Rostock 18059 Germany henrik.junge@ 123456catalysis.de matthias.beller@ 123456catalysis.de
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                d1sc00467k
                10.1039/d1sc00467k
                8098692
                This journal is © The Royal Society of Chemistry
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                Pages: 5
                Categories
                Chemistry
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