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From Conventional Lewis Acids to Heterogeneous Montmorillonite K10 Eco-Friendly Plant-Based Catalysts Used as Green Lewis Acids

Abstract : The concept of green chemistry began in the USA in the 1990s. Since the publication of the 12 principles of this concept, many reactions in organic chemistry have been developed, and chemical products have been synthesized under environmentally friendly conditions. Lewis acid mediated synthetic transformations are by far the most numerous and best studied. However, the use of certain Lewis acids may cause risks to environmental and human health. This Review discusses the evolution of Lewis acid catalyzed reactions from a homogeneous liquid phase to the solid phase to yield the expected organic molecules under green, safe conditions. In particular, recent developments and applications of biosourced catalysts from plants are highlighted. © 2018 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH and Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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Marie Hechelski, Alina Ghinet, Brice Louvel, Pierrick Dufrénoy, Benoît Rigo, et al.. From Conventional Lewis Acids to Heterogeneous Montmorillonite K10 Eco-Friendly Plant-Based Catalysts Used as Green Lewis Acids. ChemSusChem, ChemPubSoc Europe/Wiley, 2018, 11 (8), pp.1249-1277. ⟨10.1002/cssc.201702435⟩. ⟨hal-02413293⟩

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