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Structure and Reactivity of Bis(iminoxolene) Ruthenium Complexes

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posted on 2024-05-08, 17:00 authored by Patricia Rose Hernandez Ayson
Redox-active iminoxolenes, the mono-aza analogues of dioxolenes, can undergo three formal oxidation states, from the fully reduced amidophenoxide, a radical anion iminosemiquinonate, to the neutral iminoquinone. The variability of these oxidation states arises from the redox-active orbital (RAO), which is close in energy to the 4d and 5d metals. Therefore, metal iminoxolene interaction is at its peak in group 8 of the periodic table, and provides an opportunity for compounds with unusual bonding and reactivity.

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Date Created

2024-04-14

Date Modified

2024-05-08

Defense Date

2024-04-04

CIP Code

  • 40.0501

Research Director(s)

Seth N. Brown

Committee Members

Vlad Iluc|Paul Helquist

Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Level

  • Doctoral Dissertation

Language

  • English

Library Record

006584461

OCLC Number

1432973431

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University of Notre Dame

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  • Chemistry and Biochemistry

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