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Computationally Designed 1,2,4-Triazolylidene-Derived N‑Heterocyclic Olefins for CO2 Capture, Activation, and Storage

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posted on 30.01.2017, 09:13 by Ana Paula de Lima Batista, Antonio G. S. de Oliveira-Filho, Sérgio Emanuel Galembeck
In this article, triazolylidene-derived N-heterocyclic olefins (trNHOs) are designed using computational quantum tools, and their potential to promote CO2 sequestration is tested and discussed in detail. The low barrier heights related to the trNHO-mediated process indicate that the tailored compounds are very promising for fast CO2 sequestration. The systematic analysis of the presence of distinct substitutes at different N positions of the trNHO ring allows us to rationalize their effect on the carboxylation process and reveal the best N-substituted trNHO systems for CO2 sequestration and improved trNHO carboxylates for faster CO2 capture/release.

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