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A tris(phosphino)amide-ligated Zr–Co heterobimetallic complex has been shown to activate N–H bonds of hydrazine derivatives via a proton-coupled electron transfer process. Such reactivity is highly unusual for an early metal such as Zr, but is promoted by the adjacent redox active Co atom.
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