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Nano-porous architecture of N-doped carbon nanorods grown on graphene to enable synergetic effects of supercapacitance
Fan, H. S.; Wang, H.; Zhao, N.; Xu, J.; Pan, F.
DEC 18 2014
Source PublicationSCIENTIFIC REPORTS
Volume4
AbstractThe activation of H-2 for the catalytic hydrogenation of unsaturated compounds is one of the most useful reactions in both academia and chemical Industry, which has long been predominated by the transition-metal catalysis. However, metal-free hydrogen activation represents a formidable challenge, and has been less developed. The recent emerging chemistry of frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) with a combination of sterically encumbered Lewis acids and Lewis bases provides a promising approach for metal-free hydrogenation due to their amazing abilities for the challenging H-2 activation. In the past several years, the hydrogenation of a wide range of unsaturated compounds using FLP catalysts has been successfully developed. Despite these advances, the corresponding asymmetric hydrogenation is just in its start-up step. Similar to the mode of H H bond activation, Si H bond can also be activated by FLPs for the hydrosilylation of ketones and imines. But its asymmetric version is also not well-solved. This Letter will outline the recent important progress of metal-free catalytic asymmetric hydrogenation and hydrosilylation using FLP catalysts. (C) 2014 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.
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Fan, H. S.,Wang, H.,Zhao, N.,et al. Nano-porous architecture of N-doped carbon nanorods grown on graphene to enable synergetic effects of supercapacitance[J]. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,DEC ,4.
APA Fan, H. S.,Wang, H.,Zhao, N.,Xu, J.,&Pan, F..(DEC ).Nano-porous architecture of N-doped carbon nanorods grown on graphene to enable synergetic effects of supercapacitance.SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,4.
MLA Fan, H. S.,et al."Nano-porous architecture of N-doped carbon nanorods grown on graphene to enable synergetic effects of supercapacitance".SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 4(DEC ).
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