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Exploring the photoexcited triplet states of aluminum and tin corroles by time-resolved Q-band EPR
The photoexcited triplet states of three 5,10, 15-tris(pentafluorophenyl)corroles (tpfc), hosting Sn(IV) and Al(III) in their core, namely, Sn(Cl)(tpfc), Al(pyr)2(tpfc) and Al(pyr)2(tpfc-Br8), were
Synthesis, spectroscopy, and structures of new rhodium(I) and rhodium(III) corroles and catalysis thereby
The syntheses and molecular structures of six- and five-coordinated rhodium(III) corroles (by pyridines and a chiral amine, respectively) and the rhodium(I) complex of a chiral corrole are described,
Electronic Structures and Reactivities of Corrole−Copper Complexes
The spectroscopic and electrochemical examination of the mononuclear copper complexes of 5,10,15-tris(pentafluorophenyl)corrole and 5,10,15-tris(2,6-dichlorophenyl)corrole (1a and 2a, respectively)
The effects of bulky ortho-aryl substituents in corroles, tested by X-ray crystallography of the rhodium complexes and catalysis thereby
In the present publication we report on the preparation and spectroscopic features of a penta-coordinate rhodium(III) complex of corrole with bulky ortho-phenyl substituents at the meso positions,
Solvent-Free Condensation of Pyrrole and Pentafluorobenzaldehyde: A Novel Synthetic Pathway to Corrole and Oligopyrromethenes
The solvent-free condensation of pyrrole and pentafluorobenzaldehyde (and to a lesser extent other electron-poor aldehydes as well) leads to a variety of products, of which three have been isolated
Synthesis and characterization of germanium, tin, phosphorus, iron, and rhodium complexes of tris(pentafluorophenyl)corrole, and the utilization of the iron and rhodium corroles as cyclopropanation
An investigation of the effect of the oxidation state of the metal and its ligands leads to the conclusion that for iron corroles the catalytically active form is iron(III), while all accesible oxidation states of rhodium are active.
Reduction of cobalt and iron corroles and catalyzed reduction of CO2
The role of cobalt and iron corroles in catalytic CO2 reduction has been studied. Chemical, electrochemical, and photochemical reductions of the stable metal corroles Ph3PCoIII(tpfc) (tpfc =
Iron(III) and iron(IV) corroles: synthesis, spectroscopy, structures, and no indications for corrole radicals.
The low- and intermediate-spin iron(III), iron nitrosyl, and chloroiron(IV) corroles were fully characterized by a combination of spectroscopic methods and X-ray crystallography and there was no indication for an open-shell corrole in any of the complexes.
First catalysis by corrole metal complexes: epoxidation, hydroxylation, and cyclopropanation
The first ever application of corroles shows that their metal complexes are good catalysts, almost as potent as the corresponding metalloporphyrins in the oxygenation of hydrocarbons by