Data underlying the publication: "Redox-Controlled Shunts in a Synthetic Chemical Reaction Cycle"

doi: 10.4121/d65cfd80-74a5-4018-974c-8d82c1f51ab0.v1
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doi: 10.4121/d65cfd80-74a5-4018-974c-8d82c1f51ab0
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Spitzbarth, Benjamin; Sharko, Anastasiia; Hermans, Thomas; Eelkema, Rienk (2023): Data underlying the publication: "Redox-Controlled Shunts in a Synthetic Chemical Reaction Cycle". Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset.
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Complete set of data underlying the experiments conducted in "Redox-Controlled Shunts in a Synthetic Chemical Reaction Cycle". The aim of this publication is to demonstrate a new use of beta'-substituted Michael acceptors (MAs). A new Chemical Reaction Network (CRN) is based based on addition-elimination- as well as oxidation-chemistry. An amine-functionalised MA can be turned into a thiol-functionalised MA with a thiol. This deactivated MA can be reactivated with different oxidants, making it prone to amine-readdition, recovering the starting material. We show that different oxidants lead to different pathways of this CRN with different side products and kinetics. Further, we show a flow-controlled switching between different species of this CRN, offering the ability to recover the starting material and recycle the waste species (disulfide).

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  • 2023-10-31 first online, published, posted
NMR files as: .mnova
  • European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (grant code STG–677576) European Research Council
TU Delft, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Department of Chemical Engineering;
University of Strasbourg, ISIS


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