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Molecular Electrochemistry of Inorganic, Bioinorganic and Organometallic Compounds : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Sintra, Portugal, March 25-29, 1992 :  Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Sintra, Portugal, March 25-29, 1992 - Armando J. L. Pombeiro

Molecular Electrochemistry of Inorganic, Bioinorganic and Organometallic Compounds : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Sintra, Portugal, March 25-29, 1992

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Sintra, Portugal, March 25-29, 1992

By: Armando J. L. Pombeiro (Editor), Jon A. McCleverty (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st April 2002
ISBN: 9780792320777
Number Of Pages: 667

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This is the first book about the application of electrochemical methods to the study of properties of coordination compounds (including inorganic, bioinorganic and organometallic complexes), a matter of rapidly increasing interest over the past few years. It deals, in an interdisciplinary way, with the developments achieved in such areas as electrosyntheses, redox properties-structure-reactivity relationships, dynamics of electron transfer, electroinduced reactivity, electroactivation of metal centres and ligands (including small molecules of biological or industrial interest), electrocatalysis, reaction mechanisms, spectroelectrochemistry and electrochemistry in non-conventional conditions (e.g. application of ultrmicroelectrodes to the study of fast reactions). These themes, treated by authoritative scientists, are of particular significance to inorganic, bioinorganic, organometallic or organic chemists, who have considered the application of electrochemistry to the investigation of their compounds, as well as to electrochemists who have turned their attention to solving chemical problems in those fields. The book will be valuable to those already experienced in the field as well as to newcomers; although addressed to senior researchers, it can also be of interest to postgraduates and, in some aspects, to advanced undergreaduates.

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List of Participants
Overviewp. 1
Molecular Electrochemistry of Coordination Compounds. Present State and New Trendsp. 3
Electrosynthesisp. 13
Direct Electrochemical Synthesis of Inorganic and Organometallic Compoundsp. 15
Electrochemical Generation of Substrate-Binding Sites in Organometallic Complexes with the {(Mo[subscript]2([mu]-SR)[subscript n]} Core. Electrosynthesis of Cyanide and Isocyanide Derivativesp. 33
Redox Properties and Relationships With Structure and Reactivityp. 39
Inorganic and Organometallic Complexesp. 39
The Parameterisation of Metal Centred Redox Couplesp. 41
Electrochemical Ligand Parameters for Phosphonium-Functionalized Isocyanides and Derived Carbenes and Indoles of Group VI Transition Metal Carbonylsp. 57
Redox Properties and Ligand Effects for the Hydridotechnetium-Dinitrogen, -Carbonyl and -Isocyanide Complexes trans-[TcH(L)(Ph[subscript 2]PCH[subscript 2]CH[subscript 2]PPh[subscript 2])[subscript 2]] (L=N[subscript 2], CO or CNR)p. 63
Electrochemical Studies of Coordination Complexes of Osmiump. 69
Molybdenum Macrocycles and Molecular Electronicsp. 77
An Electrochemical Evaluation of Long Range Metal-Metal Interactions Through Hydrocarbon Bridgesp. 89
Electrochemical Properties of Molybdenum Complexes Containing a Bulky Tris(Pyrazolyl)Borate Ligandp. 95
Redox Properties of Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Sandwich Complexes of Lutetium(III) with Phthalocyaninato and Naphthalocyaninato Ligandsp. 101
New Polydentate Ligands and Complexes: Protic and Topographic Effects on Redox Propertiesp. 107
Redox-Structural Correlations in Metal Thioether Macrocyclic Complexes: The Stabilisation of Mononuclear Silver(II) and Gold(II)p. 121
Bioinorganic Compoundsp. 131
Bioelectrochemistry: Making Use of the Electrochemical Behaviour of Proteinsp. 133
Electrochemical Studies of Synthetic Models of Copper Proteinsp. 151
Cyclic Voltammetric Behaviour of some Copper Complexes with a Bis(Pyrazole)Bis(Thioether) Ligandp. 171
Dynamics of Electron Transferp. 177
Correlation Between Structure and Heterogeneous Electron Transfer Rates of Coordination Compoundsp. 179
Some Electronic and Dynamical Factors in Electron-Transfer Chemistry: Metal Complexes, Clusters and Surfacesp. 193
Theoretical Study of Electron Transfer Reactions in Porphyrins and Cytochromesp. 207
Polynuclear and Supramolecular Coordination Compoundsp. 215
Supramolecular Electrochemistry: Polynuclear Metal Compundsp. 217
The Redox Propensity of High Nuclearity Metal Clustersp. 229
Redox-Active Tetrapalladia Units [Pd[subscript 4]][superscript n+] (n=0,1,2,3,4) from Double Oxidative Carbon-Carbon Couplingp. 247
Molecular Electroactivation and Electrocatalysisp. 253
Using Electrochemical Information for Organometallic Coordination Chemistry: Stoichiometric and Catalytic Reactionsp. 255
Oxidatively Induced, Electrocatalytic Ligand Substitution in 17-Electron Manganese Complexes: an Investigation of the Kinetics by Derivative Cyclic Voltammetryp. 269
Electron-Transfer-Chain Catalysis: Role of Transition-Metal Radicals, Side Reactions and Coupling with Organometallic Catalysisp. 277
Molecular Catalysis of Electrochemical Reactions by Low Valent Transition Metal Complexes: Metalloporphyrinsp. 295
One Two-Electron vs. Two One-Electron Mechanisms in the Catalysis of Electrocarboxylation of Aryl Halides by Nickel and Palladium Complexesp. 307
Electrochemical Reduction of CO[subscript 2] Catalysed by Transition Metal Complexesp. 311
Organometallic Electrochemistry of Metal Alkyne and Related Complexesp. 317
Electrochemical Behaviour of Complexes Derived from the Activation of Alkynes, Isocyanides and Nitrilesp. 331
Electrochemical Behaviour of Aminooxy-, Dioxy- and Diaminocarbene Complexes of Palladium(II) and Platinum(II)p. 345
Electrochemistry of Platinum Phosphine Complexes: C-H and C-X Activation by Highly Reactive Intermediatesp. 351
Azametallic Electrochemistryp. 357
Electrocatalysis of the Reduction of O[subscript 2] within Polyelectrolyte Coatings on Electrodesp. 381
Electrochemical Studies on Activation of Dioxygen at Cobalt Macrocycles Derived from Cobaloximep. 391
Behaviour of the Ionomer / Metal Interface Towards the Electroreduction of Oxygenp. 405
Redox Properties of the Amavadine Models [V(HIDA)[subscript]2]][superscript 2-] and [V(HIDPA)[subscript]2]][superscript 2-] and their Electroinduced Reactivity Towards Activated-Thiols and -Phenolsp. 411
Electrochemical Study of the Oxidation Chemistry of Chromium Carbonyl Thiolates RSCr(CO)[subscript 5]- and RSCr[subscript 2](CO)[subscript 10]-p. 417
New Developments in Voltammetric Behaviour and Electrocatalytic Activity of Ni(II) Tetraazamacrocyclic Complexesp. 423
Electrooxidation as a Route to Dihydrogen Complexesp. 431
Mechanistic Studies (Including Numerical and Computing Methods)p. 435
Mechanistic Studies in Organo-Metallic Electrochemistry. The Role of Computer Based Techniques and Simulationp. 437
Numerical Methods in Synthesis and Analysis of Electrochemical Responsesp. 453
Molecules with Identical Electroactive Centres as a Probe for Dielectric Properties of Electrolytesp. 467
A Comparative Study of Numerical Methods for Cyclic Voltammetry Digital Simulation of an Electrochemical Process with a Coupled Chemical Reactionp. 477
Mechanism of the Electroactivation of the Metal- Hydride Bond in [ReCIH(NCR)(Ph[subscript 2]PCH[subscript 2]CH[subscript 2]PPh[subscript 2])[subscript 2]][BF[subscript 4]]p. 483
Electrochemistry and cis/trans-isomerization of Cr[superscript III/II]- Aminocarboxylate Complexesp. 489
Three Dimensional Electrochemistry: an Alternative Experimental Way for the Study of Electrochemical Processesp. 495
Spectroelectrochemistryp. 501
Spectroelectrochemical (UV/Vis/near IR, EPR) Studies of Coordination Complexesp. 503
One- and Two-Electron Oxidations of Bimetallic Fulvalene Complexes Studied by Voltammetry and IR Spectroelectrochemistryp. 519
Spectro-Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Spectroscopyp. 533
Application of "in situ" Reflectance Spectroscopy to Molecular Electrocatalysisp. 549
Low Temperature Electrochemistry and Spectroelectrochemistry of Catalytically Important Tungsten(0) Complexesp. 573
Electrochemistry and Spectroelectrochemistry of Dinuclear Ruthenium and Osmium Complexesp. 583
The Optical Spectra and Voltammetry of Mixed Halide/Nitrile/Carbonyl Osmium(III) Complexes. Additive and Non-Additive Effectsp. 589
Buckminsterfullerene and its Electrogenerated Anions C[subscript 60[superscript 1-]], C[subscript 60[superscript 2-]] and C[subscript 60[superscript 3- ]]p. 595
Experimental Aspectsp. 601
Practical Aspects of Electrochemistry and Applications Towards the Solving of Chemical Problemsp. 603
Charge Transport Properties of Electrodes Modified with Osmium Containing Polymer Filmsp. 615
Electrochemistry in Non-Conventional Conditions. Use of Ultramicroelectrodesp. 623
Unconventional Electrochemistry at Ultramicroelectrodes: New Approaches for the Investigation of Chemical Reactivityp. 625
A Microelectrode Study of Metal Hexacarbonyls in Aprotic Solventsp. 645
The Use of Microelectrodes in Kinetic Studies of Homogeneous Chemical Reactions of Molybdenum Complexesp. 649
General Discussion, Conclusions and Prospectsp. 653
Report 1 - Round Table Discussionp. 655
Report 2 - General Discussions and Prospectsp. 657
Report 3 - General Commentsp. 659
Indexp. 661
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ISBN: 9780792320777
ISBN-10: 0792320778
Series: NATO Science Series C:
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 667
Published: 1st April 2002
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 1.14

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