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Issue 45, 2010
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Hexacoordinate oxy-globin models Fe(Por)(NH3)(O2) react with NO to form only the nitrato analogs Fe(Por)(NH3)(η1-ONO2), even at ∼100 K

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Abstract

The oxy-globin models Fe(Por)(NH3)(O2), prepared by sequential reactions of O2 (18O2) and NH3 with thin porous layers of FeII(Por), react with NO (15NO) at 80–100 K to form only the low-spin nitrato complexes Fe(Por)(NH3)(η1-ONO2), thus implying that peroxynitrite intermediates, if formed, must undergo very facile isomerization to the nitrato analog.

Graphical abstract: Hexacoordinate oxy-globin models Fe(Por)(NH3)(O2) react with NO to form only the nitrato analogs Fe(Por)(NH3)(η1-ONO2), even at ∼100 K

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Submitted
19 Jul 2010
Accepted
01 Oct 2010
First published
21 Oct 2010

Chem. Commun., 2010,46, 8570-8572
Article type
Communication

Hexacoordinate oxy-globin models Fe(Por)(NH3)(O2) react with NO to form only the nitrato analogs Fe(Por)(NH3)(η1-ONO2), even at ∼100 K

T. S. Kurtikyan and P. C. Ford, Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 8570
DOI: 10.1039/C0CC02665D

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