Josh Abbenseth

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The redox series [Ir(n)(NHx)(PNP)] (n = II-IV, x = 3-0; PNP = N(CHCHPtBu2)2) was examined with respect to electron, proton, and hydrogen atom transfer steps. The experimental and computational results suggest that the Ir(III) imido species [Ir(NH)(PNP)] is not stable but undergoes disproportionation to the respective Ir(II) amido and Ir(IV) nitrido species.(More)
The iridium(II) complex [IrCl{N(CHCHPtBu2)2}] is reduced by KC8 to give the anionic iridium(I) pincer complex [IrCl{N(CHCHPtBu2)2}](-) which was isolated and fully characterized upon stabilization of the counter cation with crown ether as [K(15-cr-5)2][IrCl{N(CHCHPtBu2)2}]. This unprecedented anionic iridium(I) pincer complex completes the unusual,(More)
Reduction of the pincer complex [OsIIICl2(PNP)] (PNP = N(CHCHPtBu2)2) affords the isolation and full characterization of an osmium(ii) complex with square-planar coordination geometry, i.e. [OsIICl(PNP)]. Spectroscopic, structural and magnetic data in combination with multireference computations indicate strong temperature independent paramagnetism, which(More)
The coupling of electron- and proton-transfer steps provides a general concept to control the driving force of redox reactions. N2 splitting of a molybdenum dinitrogen complex into nitrides coupled to a reaction with Brønsted acid is reported. Remarkably, our spectroscopic, kinetic, and computational mechanistic analysis attributes N-N bond cleavage to(More)
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