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Syntheses and structures of and catalysis of hydrolysis by Zn(II) complexes of chelating pyridyl donor ligands
Zn(II) complexes of the ligands bis(2-pyridyl-2-ethyl)amine (bpea), bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amine (bpa), 2,2′-dipyridylamine (dipyam) and 2,2′-dipyridyl (dipy) [Zn 2 (bpea) 2 (μ-OH)](ClO 4 ) 3 ( 1 ),Expand
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A hydroxo-and phenoxo-bridged dinuclear Nickel(II) Complex: structure and characterization
The structure and properties of the dinuclear complex [Ni(II) 2 ( μ -LO)( μ -OH)](ClO 4 ) 2 . 2CH 3 CN(1) (LOH=2,6-bis((bis (2-(2-pyridyl)ethyl)amino)methyl)phenol is reported. The structure of theExpand
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Synthesis, reactions and structure of a hydroxo-bridged dinuclear Zn(II) complex: modeling the hydrolytic zinc enzymes
The dinuclear complex [Zn2L(μ-OH)] (ClO4)3 · CH3CN (L = dinucleating ligand α,α′-bis (bis(2-pyridylethyl)amino)-m-xylene) (1) has been prepared and characterized structurally by X-ray diffractionExpand
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Dioxygen−copper reactivity: generation, characterization, and reactivity of a hydroperoxo−dicopper(II) complex
Preparation et proprietes du complexe [Cu 2 (XYL-O-)(OOH)] 2+ structure cristalline de [Cu 2 (XYL-OH) (PPh 3 ) 2 ] (ClO 4 ) 2
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Dioxygen-copper reactivity. Reversible binding of O2 and CO to a phenoxo-bridged dicopper(I) complex
[Cu 2 (XYL-O−)]PF 6 cristallise dans le systeme monoclinique avec le groupe d'espace P2 1 /n (R=0,0587). [Cu 2 (XYL-O−)(PPh 3 ) 2 ]PF 6 cristallise dans le systeme triclinique avec le groupe d'espaceExpand
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Dioxygen-copper reactivity and functional modeling of hemocyanins. Reversible binding of O2 and CO to dicopper(I) complexes [CuI2(L)]2+ (L = dinucleating ligand) and the structure of a bis(carbonyl)
The reversible binding of CO and O 2 to dinuclear copper(I) complexes is described in chemical systems which mimic to a significant extent a number of properties of the copper-containing dioxygenExpand
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Reactions of dioxygen (O2) with mononuclear copper(I) complexes: temperature-dependent formation of peroxo- or oxo- (and dihydroxo-) bridged dicopper(II) complexes
The binding of O 2 to copper(I) and its subsequent reactivity is important in a variety of chemical and biological processes. We previously studied functional models of hemocyanins (arthropodal andExpand
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