Highly active phosphine-free bifunctional iron complex for hydrogenation of bicarbonate and reductive amination

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Based on a "transition metal frustrated Lewis pair" approach, a cyclopentadienone iron tricarbonyl complex has been designed and applied in the reductive amination and hydrogenation of bicarbonate. This well-defined phosphine-free complex displays the best activities reported to date for an iron complex in the reduction of bicarbonate into formate and in reductive amination ​
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