Inorganic Chemistry

Aminobismuthination of CO2

Saurabh Chitnis Dalhousie University


We report the facile (25 oC, 1 atm, <5 minutes) and selective insertion of CO2 into Bi-N bonds to yield bismuth carbamates. The role of ligand and substituent on promoting the controlled aminobismuthination of CO2 and rendering the bismuth carbamate products stable against thermal decomposition and ligand degradation is revealed.

Version notes

Version 2.0


Thumbnail image of manuscript-chemrxiv2.pdf
download asset manuscript-chemrxiv2.pdf 0.38 MB [opens in a new tab]

Supplementary material

Thumbnail image of SupportingInfo-chemrxiv.pdf
download asset SupportingInfo-chemrxiv.pdf 0.70 MB [opens in a new tab]