Incorporation of CuO NPs into modified UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with melamine for catalytic C-O coupling in the Ullmann condensation

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Incorporation of CuO NPs into modified UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with melamine for catalytic C-O coupling in the Ullmann condensation. / Sadeghi, Samira; Jafarzadeh, Mohammad; Abbasi, Amir Reza; Daasbjerg, Kim.

In: New Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 41, No. 20, 21.10.2017, p. 12014-12027.

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Sadeghi, Samira ; Jafarzadeh, Mohammad ; Abbasi, Amir Reza ; Daasbjerg, Kim. / Incorporation of CuO NPs into modified UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with melamine for catalytic C-O coupling in the Ullmann condensation. In: New Journal of Chemistry. 2017 ; Vol. 41, No. 20. pp. 12014-12027.

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title = "Incorporation of CuO NPs into modified UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) with melamine for catalytic C-O coupling in the Ullmann condensation",
abstract = "Herein, the UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic framework (MOF) is initially modified with melamine via a post-synthetic approach. CuO nanoparticles (NPs) are then anchored via the available functional groups (amine groups and pi-electron interactions of melamine and ligand) on the surface of the modified MOF. The as-synthesized UiO-66-NH2-Mlm/CuO NPs are characterized using different techniques including XRD, TGA, TEM, EDX, and XPS. The CuO-supported MOF is successfully used as a heterogeneous catalyst for C-O coupling in Ullmann condensation. A catalytic amount of the supported catalyst (5% CuO) promotes the condensation reaction for various aryl chlorides, bromides, and iodides under mild reaction conditions (100 degrees C with KOH serving as a base) in good yield (30-95%) within 18-24 h. Even in the absence of KOH, the reaction is enabled with 55% yield in 24 h by grafting melamine with amine groups to create base active sites on the MOF, which indicates the additional role of the support as a base active site. The supported catalyst is easily recycled and reused several times with negligible loss in its activity. Furthermore, the copper leaching from the catalyst is as low as 1.2 wt% after being reused four times.",
keywords = "EFFICIENT HETEROGENEOUS CATALYST, REUSABLE CATALYST, CU2O NANOPARTICLES, FACILE SYNTHESIS, COPPER CATALYST, BOND FORMATION, ARYL HALIDES, ALCOHOLS, DERIVATIVES, OXIDATION",
author = "Samira Sadeghi and Mohammad Jafarzadeh and Abbasi, {Amir Reza} and Kim Daasbjerg",
year = "2017",
month = oct,
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doi = "10.1039/c7nj02114c",
language = "English",
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pages = "12014--12027",
journal = "New Journal of Chemistry",
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AU - Abbasi, Amir Reza

AU - Daasbjerg, Kim

PY - 2017/10/21

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N2 - Herein, the UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic framework (MOF) is initially modified with melamine via a post-synthetic approach. CuO nanoparticles (NPs) are then anchored via the available functional groups (amine groups and pi-electron interactions of melamine and ligand) on the surface of the modified MOF. The as-synthesized UiO-66-NH2-Mlm/CuO NPs are characterized using different techniques including XRD, TGA, TEM, EDX, and XPS. The CuO-supported MOF is successfully used as a heterogeneous catalyst for C-O coupling in Ullmann condensation. A catalytic amount of the supported catalyst (5% CuO) promotes the condensation reaction for various aryl chlorides, bromides, and iodides under mild reaction conditions (100 degrees C with KOH serving as a base) in good yield (30-95%) within 18-24 h. Even in the absence of KOH, the reaction is enabled with 55% yield in 24 h by grafting melamine with amine groups to create base active sites on the MOF, which indicates the additional role of the support as a base active site. The supported catalyst is easily recycled and reused several times with negligible loss in its activity. Furthermore, the copper leaching from the catalyst is as low as 1.2 wt% after being reused four times.

AB - Herein, the UiO-66-NH2 metal-organic framework (MOF) is initially modified with melamine via a post-synthetic approach. CuO nanoparticles (NPs) are then anchored via the available functional groups (amine groups and pi-electron interactions of melamine and ligand) on the surface of the modified MOF. The as-synthesized UiO-66-NH2-Mlm/CuO NPs are characterized using different techniques including XRD, TGA, TEM, EDX, and XPS. The CuO-supported MOF is successfully used as a heterogeneous catalyst for C-O coupling in Ullmann condensation. A catalytic amount of the supported catalyst (5% CuO) promotes the condensation reaction for various aryl chlorides, bromides, and iodides under mild reaction conditions (100 degrees C with KOH serving as a base) in good yield (30-95%) within 18-24 h. Even in the absence of KOH, the reaction is enabled with 55% yield in 24 h by grafting melamine with amine groups to create base active sites on the MOF, which indicates the additional role of the support as a base active site. The supported catalyst is easily recycled and reused several times with negligible loss in its activity. Furthermore, the copper leaching from the catalyst is as low as 1.2 wt% after being reused four times.

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KW - REUSABLE CATALYST

KW - CU2O NANOPARTICLES

KW - FACILE SYNTHESIS

KW - COPPER CATALYST

KW - BOND FORMATION

KW - ARYL HALIDES

KW - ALCOHOLS

KW - DERIVATIVES

KW - OXIDATION

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