Non-Innocent Ligands Give Transition Metals a Helping Hand

Author: Martin Bröring, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

So-called non-innocent ligands can take part in redox reactions. Martin Bröring and colleagues, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, have prepared nickel, palladium, and copper complexes of one such ligand, hexaethyltripyrrindione. In these complexes, the ligand acts as a radical dianion.


ChemPubSoc Europe
is sponsoring 20 video abstracts, a quick way to get the message of your research across to a wide audience. This video is one of the first winners.


 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.