Steric effects in the design of Co-Schiff base complexes for the catalytic oxidation of lignin models to para-benzoquinonesAuthor(s): Berenger Biannic; Joseph J. Bozell; Thomas Elder
Source: Green Chemistry, 16:3635-3642
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionNew Co-Schiff base complexes that incorporate a sterically hindered ligand and an intramolecular bulky piperazine base in close proximity to the Co center are synthesized. Their utility as catalysts for the oxidation of para-substituted lignin model phenols with molecular oxygen is examined. Syringyl and guaiacyl alcohol, as models of S and G units in lignin, are oxidized in good yield using a catalyst bearing an N-benzylpiperazinyl substituent, with the catalysts displaying improved reactivity for G oxidation. Computational evaluation of the catalysts shows that the piperazinyl substituent is within bonding distance of the Co center. The increased steric interference is suggested as the source of increased G reactivity.
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CitationBiannic, Berenger; Bozell, Joseph J.; Elder, Thoma. 2014. Steric effects in the design of Co-Schiff base complexes for the catalytic oxidation of lignin models to para-benzoquinones. Green Chemistry, 16:3635-3642. 8 p.
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