Hangman effect on hydrogen peroxide dismutation by Fe(III) corroles.

@article{Graham2012HangmanEO,
  title={Hangman effect on hydrogen peroxide dismutation by Fe(III) corroles.},
  author={Daniel J Graham and Dilek Kiper Dogutan and Matthias Schwalbe and Daniel G Nocera},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={48 35},
  pages={4175-7}
}
Hangman Fe(III) corroles catalyse H(2)O(2) disproportionation at a faster rate and display a more pronounced hangman effect than their one electron oxidized analogues owing to their ability to bypass high energy intermediates by redox-leveling derived from the use of the corrole as a non-innocent ligand.