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Séminaire Chimie ED459

Molecular defined manganese catalysts for hydrogenation and related reactions

Prof. Jean-Baptiste Sortais (LCC Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, UPR 8241, CNRS, Toulouse | Université Paul-Sabatier)

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SÉMINAIRE ANNULÉ (alerte sanitaire covid)
Le Jeudi 03 décembre 2020 à 14h45
Délégation Régionale CNRS, Amphithéâtre (1919 route de Mende ; sur inscription obligatoire, lien à venir)

The development of non-noble metal-based catalytic systems has been increasing since the beginning of the century, notably in the field of reduction or hydroelementation reactions. Tremendous progress has been accomplished with catalysts based on iron and cobalt. In the case of manganese, which is the third most abundant transition metal after iron and titanium, its use as sustainable alternative to precious transition metals in hydrogenation and hydrogen borrowing reactions has achieved an impressive explosion in only four years. Our recent contributions in the field (hydrosilylation, hydrogenation with H2 or iPrOH, methylation of amines and ketones with methanol) using well-defined manganese complexes will be discussed in details.

Contact local ICGM : Dr. Armelle Ouali , C.R. CNRS (équipe AM2N)


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