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Pentacarbonylmethylmanganese(I) as a Synthon for Mn(I) Pincer Catalysts

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submitted on 15.02.2019, 19:57 and posted on 18.02.2019, 17:02 by Karthika J. Kadassery, David Lacy

Mn(I) complexes that enable metal-ligand cooperative substrate activation catalyze a range of transformations. Use of MeMn(CO)5 as a synthon in place of typical Mn(CO)5Br was explored and found to be quite versatile, generating catalytically active species in situ by activation of O–H, N–H, and even C–H bonds.

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ACS-PRF-57861-DN13

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

dclacy@buffalo.edu

Institution

University at Buffalo

Country

United States of America

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0001-5546-5081

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No conflict of interest

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