Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes

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Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes. / Dai, Yitao; Ren, Pengju; Li, Yaru; Lv, Dongdong; Shen, Yanbin; Li, Yongwang; Niemantsverdriet, Hans; Besenbacher, Flemming; Xiang, Hongwei; Hao, Weichang; Lock, Nina; Wen, Xiaodong; Lewis, James P.; Su, Ren.

In: Angewandte Chemie, Vol. 131, No. 19, 05.2019, p. 6265-6270.

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Dai, Y, Ren, P, Li, Y, Lv, D, Shen, Y, Li, Y, Niemantsverdriet, H, Besenbacher, F, Xiang, H, Hao, W, Lock, N, Wen, X, Lewis, JP & Su, R 2019, 'Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes', Angewandte Chemie, vol. 131, no. 19, pp. 6265-6270. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201900773

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Dai, Y., Ren, P., Li, Y., Lv, D., Shen, Y., Li, Y., Niemantsverdriet, H., Besenbacher, F., Xiang, H., Hao, W., Lock, N., Wen, X., Lewis, J. P., & Su, R. (2019). Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes. Angewandte Chemie, 131(19), 6265-6270. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201900773

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Dai Y, Ren P, Li Y, Lv D, Shen Y, Li Y, Niemantsverdriet H, Besenbacher F, Xiang H, Hao W, Lock N, Wen X, Lewis JP, Su R. 2019. Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes. Angewandte Chemie. 131(19):6265-6270. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201900773

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Dai, Yitao ; Ren, Pengju ; Li, Yaru ; Lv, Dongdong ; Shen, Yanbin ; Li, Yongwang ; Niemantsverdriet, Hans ; Besenbacher, Flemming ; Xiang, Hongwei ; Hao, Weichang ; Lock, Nina ; Wen, Xiaodong ; Lewis, James P. ; Su, Ren. / Solid Base Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ with Active Lattice Oxygen for the Efficient Photo-Oxidation of Primary Alcohols to Aldehydes. In: Angewandte Chemie. 2019 ; Vol. 131, No. 19. pp. 6265-6270.

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abstract = " The selective oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes by O 2 instead of stoichiometric oxidants (for example, Mn VII , Cr VI , and Os IV ) is an important but challenging process. Most heterogeneous catalytic systems (thermal and photocatalysis) require noble metals or harsh reaction conditions. Here we show that the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is very efficient in the selective oxidation of a series of aliphatic (carbon chain from C 1 to C 10 ) and aromatic alcohols to their corresponding aldehydes/ketones under visible-light irradiation in air at room temperature, which would be challenging for conventional thermal and light-driven processes. High quantum efficiencies (71 % and 55 % under 410 and 450 nm irradiation) are reached in a representative reaction, the oxidation of isopropanol. We propose that the outstanding performance of the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is associated with basic surface sites and active lattice oxygen that boost the dehydrogenation step in the photo-oxidation of alcohols. ",
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author = "Yitao Dai and Pengju Ren and Yaru Li and Dongdong Lv and Yanbin Shen and Yongwang Li and Hans Niemantsverdriet and Flemming Besenbacher and Hongwei Xiang and Weichang Hao and Nina Lock and Xiaodong Wen and Lewis, {James P.} and Ren Su",
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AU - Lv, Dongdong

AU - Shen, Yanbin

AU - Li, Yongwang

AU - Niemantsverdriet, Hans

AU - Besenbacher, Flemming

AU - Xiang, Hongwei

AU - Hao, Weichang

AU - Lock, Nina

AU - Wen, Xiaodong

AU - Lewis, James P.

AU - Su, Ren

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N2 - The selective oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes by O 2 instead of stoichiometric oxidants (for example, Mn VII , Cr VI , and Os IV ) is an important but challenging process. Most heterogeneous catalytic systems (thermal and photocatalysis) require noble metals or harsh reaction conditions. Here we show that the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is very efficient in the selective oxidation of a series of aliphatic (carbon chain from C 1 to C 10 ) and aromatic alcohols to their corresponding aldehydes/ketones under visible-light irradiation in air at room temperature, which would be challenging for conventional thermal and light-driven processes. High quantum efficiencies (71 % and 55 % under 410 and 450 nm irradiation) are reached in a representative reaction, the oxidation of isopropanol. We propose that the outstanding performance of the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is associated with basic surface sites and active lattice oxygen that boost the dehydrogenation step in the photo-oxidation of alcohols.

AB - The selective oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes by O 2 instead of stoichiometric oxidants (for example, Mn VII , Cr VI , and Os IV ) is an important but challenging process. Most heterogeneous catalytic systems (thermal and photocatalysis) require noble metals or harsh reaction conditions. Here we show that the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is very efficient in the selective oxidation of a series of aliphatic (carbon chain from C 1 to C 10 ) and aromatic alcohols to their corresponding aldehydes/ketones under visible-light irradiation in air at room temperature, which would be challenging for conventional thermal and light-driven processes. High quantum efficiencies (71 % and 55 % under 410 and 450 nm irradiation) are reached in a representative reaction, the oxidation of isopropanol. We propose that the outstanding performance of the Bi 24 O 31 Br 10 (OH) δ photocatalyst is associated with basic surface sites and active lattice oxygen that boost the dehydrogenation step in the photo-oxidation of alcohols.

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