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Time-Resolved UV-IR Experiments that Suggest Photoactivated Fe-Cu Dinuclear Catalyst
preprintsubmitted on 07.03.2021, 18:18 and posted on 09.03.2021, 06:00 by Kyle Clark, Jacob Davis, Doo-Hyun Kwon, Erin E. Martinez, Michael R. Talley, David Michaelis, Daniel Ess, Matthew Asplund
This work reports the synthesis of a triethylsilyl-substituted Fe-Cu complex that provided cyclohexane solubility to conduct time-resolved UV-IR studies. These studies suggest that UV light induces a photochemically active heterodinuclear species for arene borylation catalysis.