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P-Doped Porous Carbon as Metal Free Catalysts for Selective Aerobic Oxidation with an Unexpected Mechanism

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P-Doped Porous Carbon as Metal Free Catalysts for Selective Aerobic Oxidation with an Unexpected Mechanism
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Patel
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Mehulkumar A.
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Luo
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Feixiang
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Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Rutgers University
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Khoshi
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M. Reza
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Rabie
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Emann
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Zhang
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Qing
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Jilin University
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Flach
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Carol
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Mendelsohn
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Richard
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Garfunkel
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Eric
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Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Rutgers University
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Szostak
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Michael
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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He
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Huixin
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Chemistry (Newark), Rutgers University
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Chemistry (Newark)
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Newark College of Arts and Sciences
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Chemistry & Chemical Biology
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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2016
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An extremely simple and rapid (seconds) approach is reported to directly synthesize gram quantities of P-doped graphitic porous carbon materials with controlled P bond configuration. For the first time, it is demonstrated that the P-doped carbon materials can be used as a selective metal free catalyst for aerobic oxidation reactions. The work function of P-doped carbon materials, its connectivity to the P bond configuration, and the correlation with its catalytic efficiency are studied and established. In direct contrast to N-doped graphene, the P-doped carbon materials with higher work function show high activity in catalytic aerobic oxidation. The selectivity trend for the electron donating and withdrawing properties of the functional groups attached to the aromatic ring of benzylic alcohols is also different from other metal free carbon based catalysts. A unique catalytic mechanism is demonstrated, which differs from both GO and N-doped graphene obtained by high temperature nitrification. The unique and unexpected catalytic pathway endows the P-doped materials with not only good catalytic efficiency but also recyclability. This, combined with a rapid, energy saving approach that permits fabrication on a large scale, suggests that the P-doped porous materials are promising materials for “green catalysis” due to their higher theoretical surface area, sustainability, environmental friendliness and low cost.
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Phosphorus doped carbon
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Aerobic oxidation
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Alcohol oxidation reaction
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Carbon catalyst
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Microwave assisted fabrication
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Oxidation
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Oxidizing agents
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2016
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10(2)
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2305-2315
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National Science Foundation
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Huixin He
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CBET 1438493
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DMR 1507812
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This document is the Accepted Manuscript version of a Published Work that appeared in final form in ACS Nano, copyright © American Chemical Society after peer review and technical editing by the publisher. To access the final edited and published work see http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.5b07054.
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