The nature of Ru-NO bonds in ruthenium tetraazamacrocycle nitrosyl complexes--a computational study.

Abstract

Ruthenium complexes including nitrosyl or nitrite complexes are particularly interesting because they can not only scavenge but also release nitric oxide in a controlled manner, regulating the NO-level in vivo. The judicious choice of ligands attached to the [RuNO] core has been shown to be a suitable strategy to modulate NO reactivity in these complexes… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c2dt12094a

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@article{Caramori2012TheNO, title={The nature of Ru-NO bonds in ruthenium tetraazamacrocycle nitrosyl complexes--a computational study.}, author={Giovanni F Caramori and Andr{\'e} Guilherme Kunitz and Karla Furtado Andriani and F{\'a}bio Gorzoni Doro and Gernot Frenking and Elia Tfouni}, journal={Dalton transactions}, year={2012}, volume={41 24}, pages={7327-39} }