Elaboration of copper-oxygen mediated C-H activation chemistry in consideration of future fuel and feedstock generation.

Abstract

To contribute solutions to current energy concerns, improvements in the efficiency of dioxygen mediated C-H bond cleavage chemistry, for example, selective oxidation of methane to methanol, could minimize losses in natural gas usage or produce feedstocks for fuels. Oxidative C-H activation is also a component of polysaccharide degradation, potentially… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2015.02.014

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