Discovering more non-innocence: triazenido versus triazenyl radical ligand function, and a comment on [NO2]n as a "suspect" ligand.

Abstract

The unusual suspects: Depending on co-ligands L(n) and the effects of substituents (R), the well-known triazenides [N(NR)2](-) may act as EPR detectable coordinated triazenyl ligands, [N(NR)2](·). They are thus new non-innocent ligands and are related to the hitherto unused non-innocent nitrogen dioxide ligand, [NO2](·).

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201209260

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@article{Ehret2013DiscoveringMN, title={Discovering more non-innocence: triazenido versus triazenyl radical ligand function, and a comment on [NO2]n as a "suspect" ligand.}, author={Fabian Ehret and Martina Bubrin and Stanislav Z{\'a}li{\vs} and Wolfgang Kaim}, journal={Angewandte Chemie}, year={2013}, volume={52 17}, pages={4673-5} }