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Decarboxylative Cross-Coupling Of Cinnamic Acids Catalyzed By Iron-Based Covalent Organic Frameworks

Jhonny M. C. Cifuentes, B. X. Ferreira, P. M. Esteves, C. D. Buarque
Published 2018 · Chemistry

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FeCl3·6H2O was anchored in the pores of a layered crystalline imine-based mesoporous covalent organic framework (TPB-DMTP-COF) with surface area of 1200 m2/g and pores of 34 Å, affording the material FeCl3@TPB-DMTP-COF that worked as iron based heterogeneous catalyst. This new porous material was used in the decarboxylative oxidation cross-coupling reaction of cinnamic acids showing good to excellent catalytic activity with good chemical yields and short reaction time. FeCl3@TPB-DMTP-COF exhibit moderate surface area (235 m2/g) and high thermal and chemical stability allowing it use for several catalytic cycles.Graphical Abstract
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