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Cobalt-Corrin Catalyzed Photoreduction of CO2

Published

Author(s)

J Grodkowski, Pedatsur Neta

Abstract

A first attempt to use cobalt corrins (B12) as homogeneous catalysts for photoreduction of CO2 to CO and formic acid demonstrates that the corrins act as catalysts for this process and that they are much more efficient than cobalt porphyrins.
Citation
Journal of Physical Chemistry A
Volume
104
Issue
No. 9

Keywords

B<sub>12</sub>, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, cobalt, corrins, photolysis

Citation

Grodkowski, J. and Neta, P. (2000), Cobalt-Corrin Catalyzed Photoreduction of CO<sub>2</sub>, Journal of Physical Chemistry A (Accessed June 24, 2024)

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Created February 29, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021