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Ecological catalysis and phytoextraction: symbiosis for future

Abstract : Metallophyte plants derived from phytoextraction are used as starting materials to prepare novel polymetallic catalysts. Polymetallic catalyst activity is used in many Lewis acid catalyzed reactions according to the polymetallic catalyst preparation. The synergetic catalysis of these systems leads to efficient syntheses of complex biomolecules such as dihydropyrimidinone, 5'-capped DNA and RNA, and glycosyl aminoacid. These new polymetallic catalysts also bring new possibilities in Green Catalysis, that we named "Ecological Catalysis".
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Vincent Escande, Laetitia Garoux, Claire Marie Grison, Yann Thillier, Francoise Debart, et al.. Ecological catalysis and phytoextraction: symbiosis for future. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Elsevier, 2014, 7th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis (ICEC2012), Lyon, France, 146, pp.279-288. ⟨10.1016/j.apcatb.2013.04.011⟩. ⟨hal-03177603⟩

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