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A Novel Open-Framework Copper Borovanadate with Enhanced Catalytic Performance for Oxidation of Benzylic C−H Bond

A Novel Open-Framework Copper Borovanadate with Enhanced Catalytic Performance for Oxidation of Benzylic C−H Bond
Dongqin Bi, Lu Wang, Hongwei Wang, Dongfang Qiu, Zhengzheng Xing, Huitao Fan, Zhiguo Zhong, Yuquan Feng
A novel open-framework copper borovanadate, with a 6-connected topological net and 1D 8-membered ring channels, has been obtained for the first time. The compound not only exhibits a unique -B3O7(OH)-Cu-B(OH)3 linkage and features the largest ratio between TM2+(Cu2+) and the borovanadate anion, but also possesses enhanced catalytic performance, high recyclability, and stability during the oxidation of benzylic C−H bonds. Oxidation catalyst: An open-framework copper borovanadate with 6-connected topological net and 1D 8-MR channels has been obtained for the first time. The compound not only exhibits a unique -B3O7(OH)-Cu-B(OH)3 linkage and features the largest ratio between TM2+ (Cu2+) and the borovanadate anion, but also possesses enhanced catalytic performance, high recyclability and stability during the oxidations of benzylic C−H bond.

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

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702207

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