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Toluene is a VOC, its chemical upgrading using CO2 as a mild oxidizing agent can lead to the formation of benzyl alcohol and benzaldehyde which are basic products for organic synthesis and the chemical industry.

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The originality of this work concerns the use of heteropolyanionic catalysts for the functionalization of toluene in oxygenated products at low temperature and the use of CO2 as oxygen source.

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he writing of this article was a great pleasure because it has co-authors with whom I work for a long time. This article has also allowed groups of researchers to get in touch with me and, ultimately, to become more involved in understanding the insertion of oxygen into the C-H bond of hydrocarbons.

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This page is a summary of: Direct Benzyl Alcohol and Benzaldehyde Synthesis from Toluene over Keggin-Type Polyoxometalates Catalysts: Kinetic and Mechanistic Studies, Journal of Chemistry, January 2019, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, DOI: 10.1155/2019/9521529.
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