Hydroxylation of aromatics with the help of a non-haem FeOOH: a mechanistic study under single-turnover and catalytic conditions.

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Ferric-hydroperoxo complexes have been identified as intermediates in the catalytic cycle of biological oxidants, but their role as key oxidants is still a matter of debate. Among the numerous synthetic low-spin Fe(III)(OOH) complexes characterized to date, [(L(5)(2))Fe(OOH)](2+) is the only one that has been isolated in the solid state at low temperature… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/chem.201102252

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@article{Thibon2012HydroxylationOA, title={Hydroxylation of aromatics with the help of a non-haem FeOOH: a mechanistic study under single-turnover and catalytic conditions.}, author={Aurore Thibon and V{\'e}ronique Jollet and Caroline Ribal and Katell S{\'e}n{\'e}chal-David and Laurianne Billon and Alexander B Sorokin and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Banse}, journal={Chemistry}, year={2012}, volume={18 9}, pages={2715-24} }