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Selective Hydrogen Production from Methanol with a Defined Iron Pincer Catalyst under Mild Conditions

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Abstract

Molecularly well-defined iron pincer complexes promote the aqueous-phase reforming of methanol to carbon dioxide and hydrogen, which is of interest in the context of a methanol and hydrogen economy. For the first time, the use of earth-abundant iron complexes under mild conditions for efficient hydrogen generation from alcohols is demonstrated.

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