Chemistry of μ-η2:η2-peroxo dimetal complexes: A bioinorganic model triggers a new trend of transition metal peroxo species

Chemistry of μ-η2:η2-peroxo dimetal complexes: A bioinorganic model triggers a new trend of... Res. Chem. Intermed., Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 291-307 (1998) 9 VSP 1998 CHEMISTRY OF ;x-~2:~-PEROXO DIMETAL COMPLEXES: A BIOINORGANIC MODEL TRIGGERS A NEW TREND OF TRANSITION METAL PEROXO SPECIES MUNETAKA AK1TA, KIYOSHI FUJISAWA, SHIRO HIKICHI AND YOSHIHIKO MORO-OKA* Research Laborato~ of Resources Utilization, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 4259 Nagatsuta, Midori- ku, Yokohama 226, Japan Received 16 October 1997; accepted 25 November 1997 CONTENTS I. Introduction g-rl2:rl2-peroxo Dicopper Complex as a Model for Oxidized II. Synthesis of Form of Hemocyanin Ili. Expansion of Chemistry of g-1]2:q2-peroxo Dimetal Species 1. Cobalt g-qz:q2-peroxo complex and related species 2. Nickel ~t-rl2:TI2-peroxo complex IV. Application to Catalytic Reactions 1. Reaction mechanism of tyrosinase 2. Regioselective dehydrogenative polymerization of phenol leading to poly(p-phenylene oxide) 3. Catalytic oxidation of hydrocarbons based on the TpRFe system V. Concluding Remarks VI. References I. INTRODUCTION The dioxygen molecule is the most abundant and cheapest oxidant, and many oxidative transformations of organic substrates are catalyzed by a transition metal species including both homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts [1]. However, oxidation with dioxygen molecule is not always feasible, and much effort has been paid toward development of new (and, hopefully, catalytic) organic transformations. Needless to say, dioxygen molecule plays very important http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

Chemistry of μ-η2:η2-peroxo dimetal complexes: A bioinorganic model triggers a new trend of transition metal peroxo species

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Chemistry; Catalysis; Physical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
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0922-6168
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Res. Chem. Intermed., Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 291-307 (1998) 9 VSP 1998 CHEMISTRY OF ;x-~2:~-PEROXO DIMETAL COMPLEXES: A BIOINORGANIC MODEL TRIGGERS A NEW TREND OF TRANSITION METAL PEROXO SPECIES MUNETAKA AK1TA, KIYOSHI FUJISAWA, SHIRO HIKICHI AND YOSHIHIKO MORO-OKA* Research Laborato~ of Resources Utilization, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 4259 Nagatsuta, Midori- ku, Yokohama 226, Japan Received 16 October 1997; accepted 25 November 1997 CONTENTS I. Introduction g-rl2:rl2-peroxo Dicopper Complex as a Model for Oxidized II. Synthesis of Form of Hemocyanin Ili. Expansion of Chemistry of g-1]2:q2-peroxo Dimetal Species 1. Cobalt g-qz:q2-peroxo complex and related species 2. Nickel ~t-rl2:TI2-peroxo complex IV. Application to Catalytic Reactions 1. Reaction mechanism of tyrosinase 2. Regioselective dehydrogenative polymerization of phenol leading to poly(p-phenylene oxide) 3. Catalytic oxidation of hydrocarbons based on the TpRFe system V. Concluding Remarks VI. References I. INTRODUCTION The dioxygen molecule is the most abundant and cheapest oxidant, and many oxidative transformations of organic substrates are catalyzed by a transition metal species including both homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts [1]. However, oxidation with dioxygen molecule is not always feasible, and much effort has been paid toward development of new (and, hopefully, catalytic) organic transformations. Needless to say, dioxygen molecule plays very important

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