The action of introducing an organic substance into oxygen or dehydrogenating during the reaction of an organic substance is called oxidation. The essence of the oxidation reaction is that the substance loses electrons. The catalyst for the catalytic oxidation reaction is called oxidation organocatalysts.
Oxidation organocatalysts can catalyze a variety of reactions. They are generally classified into the organocatalysts that catalyze chemical oxidation reactions and the organocatalysts that catalyze biological reactions. Chemical oxidation organocatalysts generally include nitro, nitroso, peroxyacid, and complex oxidizing agents with inorganic oxides. Biology oxidation organocatalysts are usually enzymes.
Figure 1. Cobalt-based metal organic framework catalyst