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Due to the crucial role of the hydrogen bonds in defining the crystal structure, theoretical investigations in the gas phase have been carried out in order to explore the hydrogenbonding mechanism through a quantitative Kohn-Sham molecular orbital and corresponding energy decomposition analyses. The first thermal aryl 1,2-migration across a metal -oxo bond was reported by Brown and Mayer in the oxidation of (HBpz 3)ReO(Ph)(OTf) by oxygen atom donors dimethyl sulf-oxide(DMSO) orpyridine N-oxide(pyO) (eq1).1 Mechanistic studies showed that the rhenium(V) species (HBpz 3)ReO(Ph)-(OTf) is first oxidized to a more reactive rhenium(VII) dioxo.
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Molecular orbital investigations of metal-oxo catalyzed oxidations by thomas r. cundari a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of florida 'university of florida libraries this thesis is dedicated to the memory.
Full text of "Molecular orbital investigations of metal-oxo catalyzed oxidations" See other formats MOLECULAR ORBITAL INVESTIGATIONS OF METAL-OXO CATALYZED OXIDATIONS BY THOMAS R. CUNDARI A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS.
The unpaired electron remains in a molecular orbital that is largely composed of oxygen a.o. coefficients independent of the charge on oxygen. The basicity of the coordinated oxygen was demonstrated by measuring  the change in the OH stretching frequency of trifluoroethanol upon hydrogen bond- ing to the bound by: Characterization, Orbital Description, and Reactivity Patterns 95 Let us now begin to occupy the molecular orbitals in this scheme for MO cations of the 3 d transition-metal series.
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Ask Question Asked 1 year, Molecular orbital. Unexpected Catalyzed CC Bond Cleavage by Molecular Oxygen Promoted by a Thiyl Radical. The Journal of Organic Chemistry66 (13), DOI: /jo Jeong-il Park, Guan Rong Tian, and, Dong H. by: Metal-oxo-mediated O-O bond formation reactions in chemistry and biology Article (PDF Available) in Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms 8(1).
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Activation of Molecular Oxygen at Transition Metal Centers and Intramolecular Activation of Molecular Oxygen by a Dioxygenase important potential method for the use of O 2 as oxidant is via its coordination to a transition metal, in our case, substituted within a polyoxometalate framework.
Further reaction with another metal center can lead to oxygen. A Mild C-O Bond Formation Catalyzed by a Rhenium-Oxo Complex Benjamin D. Sherry, Alexander T. Radosevich, and F. Dean Toste* Center for New Directions in Organic Synthesis, Department of Chemistry, UniVersity of California.
Experimental heats of formation and enthalpies obtained from G4 calculations both find that the resonance stabilization of the two unpaired electrons in triplet O2, relative to the unpaired electrons in two hydroxyl radicals, amounts to kcal/mol.
The origin of this huge stabilization energy is described within the contexts of both molecular orbital (MO) and valence-bond (VB) Cited by: Hydrocarbon oxidation using molecular oxygen and hydrogen peroxide catalyzed transition metal complexes Creator: Ison, Ana Publication Date: While C–H oxidation by ruthenium oxo compounds has been broadly applied in organic synthesis, examples of C–H oxidation by metal oxo complexes from the rest of the platinum group are still rare.
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The stepwise pathways in Scheme 1 for 1H + /1e − transfer reactions are proton transfer followed by electron transfer (PT-ET) and ET-PT. Many examples of PT-ET, ET-PT, and concerted reactions are known. For instance, the groups of Ingold and Foti have shown that acidic phenols can react by a PT-ET type mechanism termed ‘sequential proton-loss electron Cited by: