Borrowing Hydrogen Catalysis Review Paper

A recently published article in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry was authored by the Morrill group at Cardiff University, including Cohort 2 student Kurt Polidano. The article concerns recent advances in borrowing-hydrogen catalysis, with the abstract below, and is now available.

“The review highlights the recent advances (2013-present) in the use of earth-abundant first row transition metals in homogeneous borrowing hydrogen catalysis. The utility of catalysts based on Mn, Fe, Co, Ni and Cu to promote a diverse array of important C–C and C–N bond forming reactions is described, including discussion on reaction mechanisms, scope and limitations, and future challenges in this burgeoning area of sustainable catalysis.”

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