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Evidence of two-state reactivity in alkane hydroxylation by Lewis-acid bound copper–nitrene complexes

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Abstract

The behavior of the Lewis-acid adducts of two copper–nitrene [Cu(NR)]+ complexes in nitrene-transfer and H-atom abstraction reactions have been demonstrated to depend on the nature of the nitrene substituents. Two-state reactivity, in which a singlet ground state and a nearby triplet excited-state both contribute, provides a useful model for interpreting reactivity trends of the two compounds.

Graphical abstract: Evidence of two-state reactivity in alkane hydroxylation by Lewis-acid bound copper–nitrene complexes

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Submitted
16 May 2014
Accepted
08 Jul 2014
First published
08 Jul 2014

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2014,50, 9852-9854
Article type
Communication
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Evidence of two-state reactivity in alkane hydroxylation by Lewis-acid bound copper–nitrene complexes

S. Abram, I. Monte-Pérez, F. F. Pfaff, E. R. Farquhar and K. Ray, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 9852
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC03754E

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