Acta Chimica Sinica ›› 2020, Vol. 78 ›› Issue (8): 725-732.DOI: 10.6023/A20050187 Previous Articles     Next Articles



魏哲宇a, 常亚林a, 余焓a,b, 韩生a, 魏永革b   

  1. a 上海应用技术大学化学与环境工程学院 上海 201418;
    b 清华大学化学系 北京 100084
  • 投稿日期:2020-05-26 发布日期:2020-06-30
  • 通讯作者: 余焓, 韩生, 魏永革;;
  • 作者简介:魏哲宇,上海应用技术大学化学与环境工程学院应用化学专业2018级硕士研究生,目前致力于多酸化学领域的研究,探索多酸的合成、结构、修饰及其催化应用.
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Application of Anderson Type Heteropoly Acids as Catalysts in Organic Synthesis

Wei Zheyua, Chang Yalina, Yu Hana,b, Han Shenga, Wei Yonggeb   

  1. a College of Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, Shanghai Institute of Technology, Shanghai 201418;
    b Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084
  • Received:2020-05-26 Published:2020-06-30
  • Supported by:
    Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 21971134, 21631007, 21225103).

Anderson type heteropoly acids, also known as Anderson type polyoxometalates, are a kind of important structures in polyoxometalates. Their general structural formula can be expressed as [XM6O24]n, in which the core heteroatom X can almost be replaced by almost any metal or nonmetal element in the periodic table. Due to unique structure easy to be modified with organic ligands and designability, as well as their potential applications in materials, catalysis and medicines, Anderson type heteropoly acids have been widely concerned by researchers. In recent years, the application of Anderson type heteropoly acids in organic synthesis has gradually shown great significance for the study of green catalytic process. In this paper, the catalytic application of Anderson type heteropoly acids in organic synthesis has been reviewed and summarized according to the structure classification of Anderson type polyoxometalates. This will be helpful for the researchers to further study the catalytic application of Anderson heteropoly acids and provides new ideas for the research of green catalysis.

Key words: heteropoly acids, Anderson structure, organic synthesis, molecular catalysis, green chemistry