Carbon dioxide produced by human activities is one of the main contributions responsible for the greenhouse effect, which is modifying the Earth's climate. Therefore, post-combustion CO2 capture and its conversion into high value-added chemicals are integral parts of today's green industry. On the other hand, carbon dioxide is a ubiquitous, cheap, abundant, non-toxic, non-flammable and renewable C-1 source. Among CO2 usages, this review aims to summarize and discuss the advances in the reaction of CO2, in the synthesis of cyclic carbonates, carbamates, and ureas appeared in the literature since 2017.

Recent advances in the chemical fixation of carbon dioxide: A green route to carbonylated heterocycle synthesis / Dalpozzo, R.; Della Ca', N.; Gabriele, B.; Mancuso, R.. - In: CATALYSTS. - ISSN 2073-4344. - 9:6(2019), p. 511. [10.3390/catal9060511]

Recent advances in the chemical fixation of carbon dioxide: A green route to carbonylated heterocycle synthesis

Della Ca' N.;
2019-01-01

Abstract

Carbon dioxide produced by human activities is one of the main contributions responsible for the greenhouse effect, which is modifying the Earth's climate. Therefore, post-combustion CO2 capture and its conversion into high value-added chemicals are integral parts of today's green industry. On the other hand, carbon dioxide is a ubiquitous, cheap, abundant, non-toxic, non-flammable and renewable C-1 source. Among CO2 usages, this review aims to summarize and discuss the advances in the reaction of CO2, in the synthesis of cyclic carbonates, carbamates, and ureas appeared in the literature since 2017.
2019
Recent advances in the chemical fixation of carbon dioxide: A green route to carbonylated heterocycle synthesis / Dalpozzo, R.; Della Ca', N.; Gabriele, B.; Mancuso, R.. - In: CATALYSTS. - ISSN 2073-4344. - 9:6(2019), p. 511. [10.3390/catal9060511]
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