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Keywords:

  • carbon dioxide;
  • catalysis;
  • hydrogenation;
  • ruthenium;
  • water
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The hydrogenation of bicarbonate in water is achieved by using a ruthenium-based catalytic system. In the presence of dppm as ligand improved yields and catalyst TONs compared to previously known catalyst systems are achieved.