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Pure Appl. Chem., 2001, Vol. 73, No. 8, pp. 1281-1285

Developments in CO2 research

Jacqueline A. Behles and Joseph M. DeSimone

Department of Chemistry, CB# 3290, Venable and Kenan Laboratories, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3290, USA

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  • Maggi Raimondo, Bertolotti Chiara, Orlandini Emilia, Oro Chiara, Sartori Giovanni, Selva Maurizio: Synthesis of oxazolidinones in supercritical CO2 under heterogeneous catalysis. Tetrahetron Lett 2007, 48, 2131. <>
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  • Boyes Stephen G., Granville Anthony M., Baum Marina, Akgun Bulent, Mirous Brian K., Brittain William J.: Polymer brushes––surface immobilized polymers. Surf Sei 2004, 570, 1. <>
  • Chandrasekhar S., Narsihmulu Ch., Chandrashekar G., Shyamsunder T.: Pd/CaCO3 in liquid poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG): an easy and efficient recycle system for partial reduction of alkynes to cis-olefins under a hydrogen atmosphere. Tetrahetron Lett 2004, 45, 2421. <>
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  • Shi Min, Chen Yu: Lewis acids catalyzed ring-opening reactions of methylenecyclopropanes and epoxides in supercritical carbon dioxide or modified supercritical carbon dioxide with perfluorocarbon. J FLUORINE CHEM 2003, 122, 219. <>
  • Barbarini Alessandro, Maggi Raimondo, Mazzacani Alessandro, Mori Giovanni, Sartori Giovanni, Sartorio Raffaella: Cycloaddition of CO2 to epoxides over both homogeneous and silica-supported guanidine catalysts. Tetrahetron Lett 2003, 44, 2931. <>
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