Carbonylations with CO-Surrogates
Due to the toxicity and the locational unavailability of carbon monoxide, our interest is also on the use of CO-alternatives for carbonylation reactions. Here are mentioned mainly alkyl formates, formaldehyde and CO2. This we use in ruthenium and palladium reactions.
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