(11-0112) Prof. Ted Betley, Harvard University

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    • Wednesday January 12, 2011
      3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Location: MoSE 3201A
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Full Summary: Prof. Ted Betley, Harvard University Driving multi-electron reactions from polynuclear reaction sites Inorganic Chemistry Seminar Series

Prof. Ted Betley, Harvard University

Driving multi-electron reactions from polynuclear reaction sites

Inorganic Chemistry Seminar Series

Synthetic analogues to polynuclear metallocofactors have been synthesized using polydentate amines. The ligand platforms act to bind multiple metal ions in close proximity wherein the metals can cooperatively bind and activate small molecule substrates. During redox chemistry, each metal ion serves as an electron reservoir, permitting as many as eight oxidation state changes accessible from single molecules, which in turn manifest stepwise, predictable changes in the molecular properties.

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analytical chemistry
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  • Created On: Sep 14, 2010 - 8:00pm
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