Enzymes Immobilized on Carbon Nitride (C3N4) Cooperating with Metal Nanoparticles for Cascade Catalysis

Yangxin Wang, Ningning Zhang, René Hübner, Deming Tan, Markus Löffler, Stefan Facsko, En Zhang, Yan Ge*, Zhenhui Qi, Changzhu Wu

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The exploration of effective platforms for immobilizing chemo- and biocatalysts to develop biohybrid catalysts is an attractive subject of practical interest. In this work, carbon nitride (C3N4) is used for the first time as a platform for the immobilization of metal catalyst (Pd nanoparticles) and biocatalyst (Candida antarctica lipase B, CalB) in a facile manner to prepare biohybrid catalyst. The optimal biohybrid catalyst inherits the intrinsic performance of both Pd nanoparticles and CalB, and shows high activity in the one-pot cascade reaction converting benzaldehyde to benzyl hexanoate at room temperature. With this proof of concept, it is expected that C3N4 can be utilized for immobilizing more types of chemo- and biocatalysts for perspective applications.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer1801664
TidsskriftAdvanced Materials Interfaces
Vol/bind6
Udgave nummer6
ISSN2196-7350
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 22. mar. 2019

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