Graphene-based Carbocatalysts: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

Domino and Multicomponent Reactions by Graphene-Based Carbocatalysts – A Boon for Organic Transformations

Author(s): S. Haripriya, K.M. Sreeranjan, Sagar Ulkesh Patil, G.S. Sahoo Navneet, H.S. Sushma, S. Ahallya, Rakesh R Panicker, Ivaturi Sai Vighnesh, Rajagopal Desikan, Vepa Jagannadha Rao and Akella Sivaramakrishna * .

Pp: 297-336 (40)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815050899123010012

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The research on the development of high-performance metal-free carbocatalysis is one of the emerging areas in chemical sciences. The possible active sites of the surfaces of graphene, oxygenated, and reduced graphene oxide materials are responsible for diversified synthetic transformations, including redox reactions. At present, the advanced research is focused on scalable, sustainable, biocompatible, green, and cost-effective graphene-based carbocatalysts as wonderful alternatives over the noble metallic catalytic materials which are being employed despite their scarcity, high cost, and relative toxicity. The present chapter describes the utility of graphene-based carbocatalysts in multicomponent reactions. 

Keywords: Catalytic Activity, Graphene Oxide Materials, Metal-Free Carbocatalysts, Multicomponent Reactions, Reduced Graphene Oxides.

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