Aromatic hydroxylation at a non-heme iron center: insights into the nature of metal-based oxidant.Makhlynets, Olga.
Abstract: Mechanism of substrate oxidations with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of highly reactive biomimetic aminopyridine iron compex, [FeIIBPMEN(CH3CN)2](ClO4)2 (1), is elucidated. 1 has been shown to be an excellent catalyst for epoxidation and functional group- directed aromatic hydroxylation using H2O2, although its mechanism of action remains largely unknown.[1, 2] Efficient intermolecul... read more
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