Ruthenium Complexes with Strongly Electron-Donating Terpyridine Ligands: Effect of the Working Electrode on Electrochemical and Spectroelectrochemical Properties.

@article{Klein2017RutheniumCW,
  title={Ruthenium Complexes with Strongly Electron-Donating Terpyridine Ligands: Effect of the Working Electrode on Electrochemical and Spectroelectrochemical Properties.},
  author={Johannes E M N Klein and A. Stuckmann and S. Sobottka and Lisa Suntrup and Margarethe van der Meer and P. Hommes and H. Reissig and B. Sarkar},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={23 50},
  pages={
          12314-12325
        }
}
The combination of 2,2':6',2''-terpyridines (tpy) and RuII is known to deliver molecular and supramolecular assemblies with remarkable properties. Here new RuII complexes, with modified tpy ligands substituted with varying numbers of dimethlyamino groups, are presented. Electrochemistry shows that the incorporation of the strongly electron-donating groups on the tpy ligands leads to a negative shift of the RuII oxidation potential by close to 1 V. The reductive electrochemical responses are… Expand
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