C-H Bond Amination from a Ferrous Dipyrromethene Complex

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C-H Bond Amination from a Ferrous Dipyrromethene Complex

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Title: C-H Bond Amination from a Ferrous Dipyrromethene Complex
Author: King, Evan Robert; Betley, Theodore A

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Citation: King, Evan R., and Theodore A. Betley. 2009. C-H bond amination from a ferrous dipyrromethene complex. Inorganic Chemistry 48(6): 2361-2363.
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Abstract: In this Communication, we report an intramolecular C-H bond amination reaction of a dipyrromethene ferrous complex with organic azides. Monitoring of the spectral changes (variable temperature NMR and UV-vis) of the FeII complex reveals no buildup of an intermediate during conversion of the starting material into the nitrene-inserted product. The rate-determining step appears to be azide addition to the 14-electron FeII complex, hinting at the potential that these and related platforms may have to effect atom and group-transfer processes.
Published Version: doi:10.1021/ic900219b
Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:32116866
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