Ralf Haiges - Hydrogen Generation from Formic Acid Decomposition by Ruthenium Carbonyl Complexes. Tetraruthenium Dodecacarbonyl Tetrahydride as an Active Intermediate.

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  Publication Details (including relevant citation   information): Czaun, Miklos, Goeppert, Alain, May,   Robert, Haiges, Ralf, Prakash, G. K. Surya, Olah, George A.,   ChemSusChem, 2011, 4 (9), pp   1241-1248

  Abstract: A review; the present Minireview   covers the formation and the structural characterization of noble   metal carbonyl and hydrido carbonyl complexes, with particular   emphasis on ruthenium complexes using formic acid as a carbonyl   and hydride source. The catalytic activity of these   organometallic compds. for the decarboxylation of formic acid, a   potential hydrogen storage material, is also reviewed. In addn.,   the first prepn. of [Ru4(CO)12H4] from RuCl3 and formic acid as   well as the catalytic activity of [Ru4(CO)12H4] for the decompn.   of formic acid to hydrogen and carbon dioxide are presented. [on   SciFinder(R)]

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