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Distinct reactivity differences of metal oxo and its corresponding hydroxo moieties in oxidations: implications from a manganese(IV) complex having dihydroxide ligand.

in a manganese(IV) complex has more powerful electron‐transfer capability than its corresponding MO moiety. An MO moiety can abstract hydrogen from a substrate, then rebind the OH group from its reduced MOH form to the substrate radical. In contrast, the active center with an MOH cannot perform... Full description

Journal Title: Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) August 1, 2011, Vol.50(32), pp.7321-7324
Main Author: Shi, Song
Other Authors: Wang, Yujuan , Xu, Aihua , Wang, Huajun , Zhu, Dajian , Roy, Suparna Baksi , Jackson, Timothy A , Busch, Daryle H , Yin, Guochuan
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title: Distinct reactivity differences of metal oxo and its corresponding hydroxo moieties in oxidations: implications from a manganese(IV) complex having dihydroxide ligand.
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  • Busch, Daryle H
  • Yin, Guochuan
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  • Oxidation-Reduction–Chemistry
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description: in a manganese(IV) complex has more powerful electron‐transfer capability than its corresponding MO moiety. An MO moiety can abstract hydrogen from a substrate, then rebind the OH group from its reduced MOH form to the substrate radical. In contrast, the active center with an MOH cannot perform similar rebound from its reduced MOH group (see scheme; HAT=hydrogen abstraction).
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