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Iron-Catalyzed C−O Bond Activation: Opportunity for Sustainable Catalysis

Iron-Catalyzed C−O Bond Activation: Opportunity for Sustainable Catalysis
Michal Szostak, Elwira Bisz
The Front Cover shows just a few of the many products accessible through iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions by selective C−O cleavage. In view of the natural abundance, ready availability, low price, and very low toxicity of iron, it offers distinct environmental advantages when compared to other metals. The combination of sustainable iron catalysis with environmentally-friendly electrophiles has led to highly attractive alternatives to traditional cross-coupling reactions by using easily accessible oxygen-based electrophiles as substrates, opening new possibilities for the development of a wide range of unprecedented reactions. More information can be found in the Minireview by Bisz and Szostak.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201701887

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