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Inside Cover: Polyimidazolium Salts: Robust Catalysts for the Cycloaddition of Carbon Dioxide into Carbonates in Solvent-Free Conditions (ChemSusChem 13/2017)

Inside Cover: Polyimidazolium Salts: Robust Catalysts for the Cycloaddition of Carbon Dioxide into Carbonates in Solvent-Free Conditions (ChemSusChem 13/2017)
Zhaofu Fei, Wei Zhong, Paul J. Dyson, Felix D. Bobbink
The Inside Cover picture shows a representation of catalytically active polymers, prepared in one-step from commercial precursors, containing imidazolium units linked by organic spacers. The polymers are efficient catalysts for the cycloaddition of CO2 into epoxides affording valuable cyclic carbonates. The polymer catalysts operate at atmospheric pressure and transform a variety of different epoxides and can be recycled at least 10 times with no loss in activity. More details can be found in the Full Paper by Zhong et al. on page 2728 in Issue 13, 2017 (DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201700570).

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

DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201701013

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