Chin. J. Org. Chem. ›› 2008, Vol. 28 ›› Issue (10): 1685-1696. Previous Articles     Next Articles



冯连顺; 佘远斌* ; 李修艳 ; 于艳敏; 王爱欣   

  1. (北京工业大学绿色化学与精细化工研究所 北京 100022)
  • 收稿日期:2007-09-03 修回日期:2008-01-28 发布日期:2008-10-20
  • 通讯作者: 佘远斌

Progress in μ-Oxo-bismetallotetraphenylporphyrin Compounds as Biomimetic Catalysts

FENG, Lian-Shun; SHE, Yuan-Bin*; LI, Xiu-Yan; YU, Yan-Min ; WANG, Ai-Xin

  1. (Institute of Green Chemistry and Fine Chemicals, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100022)
  • Received:2007-09-03 Revised:2008-01-28 Published:2008-10-20
  • Contact: SHE, Yuan-Bin

Research progress including our own work in preparation and application of μ-oxo-bismetal-lotetraphenylporphyrin biomimetic catalysts is reviewed. All synthetic methods of the μ-oxo-bismetallo- tetraphenylporphyrins are comprehensively discussed, involving the two-step method, the chromatographic column method, the one-step method, the auto-oxidation method and the one-pot method developed by our group. Although the yield of the μ-oxo-bismetallotetraphenylporphyrin compounds by using the one-pot method has been not high enough now, potentially it would become a good method for synthesis in the future due to the simple steps and no need of purification of intermediate products. Some applications of the μ-oxo-bismetallotetraphenylporphyrins as biomimetic catalysts are elaborated upon. Further investigations will be focused on the oxidation of hydrocarbons to products containing oxygen by using the μ-oxo-bismetallotetraphenylporphyrins as catalysts because of their advantages and features such as using smaller dosage rates of the catalysts, a cheaper and cleaner oxidant O2, and neither co-catalysts nor co-reductants as well as milder reaction conditions.

Key words: biomimetic catalyst, μ-oxo-bismetallotetraphenylporphyrin compound, synthesis, progress, application