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Synthesis, structural, and spectroscopic characterization and reactivities of mononuclear cobalt(III)-peroxo complexes
- Synthesis, structural, and spectroscopic characterization and reactivities of mononuclear cobalt(III)-peroxo complexes
- Cho J.; Sarangi R.; Kang H.Y.; Lee J.Y.; Kubo M.; Ogura T.; Solomon E.I.; Nam W.
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- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- vol. 132, no. 47, pp. 16977 - 16986
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- Metal-dioxygen adducts are key intermediates detected in the catalytic cycles of dioxygen activation by metalloenzymes and biomimetic compounds. In this study, mononuclear cobalt(III)-peroxo complexes bearing tetraazamacrocyclic ligands, [Co(12-TMC)(O 2)] + and [Co(13-TMC)(O 2)] +, were synthesized by reacting [Co(12-TMC)(CH 3CN)] 2+ and [Co(13-TMC)(CH 3CN)] 2+, respectively, with H 2O 2 in the presence of triethylamine. The mononuclear cobalt(III)-peroxo intermediates were isolated and characterized by various spectroscopic techniques and X-ray crystallography, and the structural and spectroscopic characterization demonstrated unambiguously that the peroxo ligand is bound in a side-on η 2 fashion. The O-O bond stretching frequency of [Co(12-TMC)(O 2)] + and [Co(13-TMC)(O 2)] + was determined to be 902 cm -1 by resonance Raman spectroscopy. The structural properties of the CoO 2 core in both complexes are nearly identical; the O-O bond distances of [Co(12-TMC)(O 2)] + and [Co(13-TMC)(O 2)] + were 1.4389(17) Å and 1.438(6) Å, respectively. The cobalt(III)-peroxo complexes showed reactivities in the oxidation of aldehydes and O 2-transfer reactions. In the aldehyde oxidation reactions, the nucleophilic reactivity of the cobalt-peroxo complexes was significantly dependent on the ring size of the macrocyclic ligands, with the reactivity of [Co(13-TMC)(O 2)] + > [Co(12-TMC)(O 2)] +. In the O 2-transfer reactions, the cobalt(III)-peroxo complexes transferred the bound peroxo group to a manganese(II) complex, affording the corresponding cobalt(II) and manganese(III)-peroxo complexes. The reactivity of the cobalt-peroxo complexes in O 2-transfer was also significantly dependent on the ring size of tetraazamacrocycles, and the reactivity order in the O 2-transfer reactions was the same as that observed in the aldehyde oxidation reactions. © 2010 American Chemical Society.
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