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In situ X-ray diffraction study of the electrochemical reduction of tetragonal lead oxide and orthorhombic Pb(OH)Cl mechanically immobilized on a graphite electrode
What is behind ‘tungsten blue oxides’?
Crystals of the title compound, C9H12O, were formed as an unexpected by-product during the recrystallization of (2R,3R)-α,α,α′,α′-tetramesityl-1,4-dioxaspiro[4,5]decane-2,3-dimethanol from…
A dinuclear nickel(I) dinitrogen complex and its reduction in single-electron steps.
- Stefan Pfirrmann, C. Limberg, C. Herwig, R. Stösser, B. Ziemer
- ChemistryAngewandte Chemie
- 20 April 2009
Beta-diketiminato nickel(I) complex fragments are capable of activating N(2) through coordination and can be reduced in two single-electron steps, which further activates the N-N bond.
β-Diketiminato Nickel(I) Complexes with Very Weak Ligation Allowing for H2 and N2 Activation
- Stefan Pfirrmann, Shenglai Yao, B. Ziemer, R. Stösser, M. Driess, C. Limberg
- 28 October 2009
Reaction of [LtBuNiBr] (LtBu = [HC(C(CMe3)NC6H3(iPr)2)2]−) with KC8 in toluene solution yields the complex [LtBuNi(toluene)], 1, where toluene is bound in a η2 mode via a C═C unit of the aromatic…
Mono- and dinuclear oxovanadium(V)calixarene complexes and their activity as oxidation catalysts.
It turned out that the two dinuclear complexes efficiently catalyze the oxidation of 1-phenyl-1-propargyl alcohol and fluorenol; in addition, they even show some activity with respect to the oxidisation of dihydroanthracene.
Molecular compounds with Mo-O-Bi moieties.
Intramolecular C-H activation in complexes with Mo-Bi metal bonds.
The investigation of the system [Cp2MoH2]/Bi(OtBu)3 that revealed a remarkable C H activation process is described, leading to compounds with both Mo and Bi centers in oxidatively robust coordination spheres and with the Mo centers in comparatively high oxidation states.
The Rh(II) catalyzed reaction of diethyl diazomalonate with thietanes: a facile synthesis of tetrahydrothiophene derivatives via sulfonium ylides
A low-coordinate nickel(ii) hydride complex and its reactivity.
The preparation of a novel dinuclear nickel(ii) hydride complex and its reactivity that often leads to nickel(i) compounds is described.