Unusually long-lived complexes, which areformally in cobalt(I1) and cobalt(1) oxidation states, areidentified spectrally and electrochemically during thecathodic reduction in acetonitrile of a Costa-type organocobatt(II1) B,2 model with a particularly bulky alkyl axialligand, namely, neopentyl. The solution behavior is differentfrom that reported for other similar complexes inthat intermolecular alkyl transfer processes are essentiallyprevented by the bulky neopentyl axial ligand

Unusually long-lived cobalt(II) and cobalt(I) species identified during electrochemical reduction of neopentyl B12 costa-type models / Seeber, Renato; Marassi, R. o. b. e. r. t. o.; Wallace O., Parker; Luigi G., Marzilli. - In: ORGANOMETALLICS. - ISSN 0276-7333. - STAMPA. - 7(1988), pp. 1672-1674. [10.1021/om00097a041]

Unusually long-lived cobalt(II) and cobalt(I) species identified during electrochemical reduction of neopentyl B12 costa-type models

SEEBER, Renato;
1988

Abstract

Unusually long-lived complexes, which areformally in cobalt(I1) and cobalt(1) oxidation states, areidentified spectrally and electrochemically during thecathodic reduction in acetonitrile of a Costa-type organocobatt(II1) B,2 model with a particularly bulky alkyl axialligand, namely, neopentyl. The solution behavior is differentfrom that reported for other similar complexes inthat intermolecular alkyl transfer processes are essentiallyprevented by the bulky neopentyl axial ligand
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Unusually long-lived cobalt(II) and cobalt(I) species identified during electrochemical reduction of neopentyl B12 costa-type models / Seeber, Renato; Marassi, R. o. b. e. r. t. o.; Wallace O., Parker; Luigi G., Marzilli. - In: ORGANOMETALLICS. - ISSN 0276-7333. - STAMPA. - 7(1988), pp. 1672-1674. [10.1021/om00097a041]
Seeber, Renato; Marassi, R. o. b. e. r. t. o.; Wallace O., Parker; Luigi G., Marzilli
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