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Dioxygen Activation by a Macrocyclic Copper Complex Leads to a Cu2O2 Core with Unexpected Structure and Reactivity
- Dioxygen Activation by a Macrocyclic Copper Complex Leads to a Cu2O2 Core with Unexpected Structure and Reactivity
- Garcia-Bosch, Isaac; Cowley, Ryan E.; Diaz, Daniel E.; Siegler, Maxime A.; Nam, Wonwoo; Solomon, Edward I.; Karlin, Kenneth D.
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- CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
- CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL vol. 22, no. 15, pp. 5133 - 5137
- bioinorganic chemistry; copper; dioxygen reduction; macrocyclic ligands; metal-peroxo complexes
- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
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- We report the Cu-I/O-2 chemistry of complexes derived from the macrocylic ligands 14-TMC (1,4,8,11-tetramethyl-1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane) and 12-TMC (1,4,7,10-tetramethyl-1,4,7,10-tetraazacyclododecane). While [(14-TMC)Cu-I](+) is unreactive towards dioxygen, the smaller analog [(12-TMC)Cu-I(CH3CN)](+) reacts with O-2 to give a side-on bound peroxo-dicopper(II) species (P-S), confirmed by spectroscopic and computational methods. Intriguingly, 12-TMC as a N4 donor ligand generates (S)Pspecies, thus in contrast with the previous observation that such species are generated by N2 and N3 ligands. In addition, the reactivity of this macrocyclic side-on peroxo-dicopper(II) differs from typical (S)Pspecies, because it reacts only with acid to release H2O2, in contrast with the classic reactivity of Cu2O2 cores. Kinetics and computations are consistent with a protonation mechanism whereby the TMC acts as a hemilabile ligand and shuttles H+ to an isomerized peroxo core.
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