Mononuclear Nitrogen/sulfur-ligated Cobalt(II) Methoxide Complexes: Structural, EPR, Paramagnetic 1H NMR, and Electrochemical Investigations
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The Royal Society of Chemistry
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The first examples of mononuclear nitrogen/sulfur-ligated Co(II) alkoxide complexes, species of relevance to a reactive intermediate observed for Co(II)-substituted liver alcohol dehydrogenase, have been isolated and characterized by multiple methods including X-ray crystallography, EPR, paramagnetic 1H NMR, and cyclic voltammetry.
Tubbs, Kyle J.; Szajna, Ewa; Bennett, Brian; Halfen, Jason A.; Watkins, Rex W.; Arif, Atta M.; and Berreau, Lisa M., "Mononuclear Nitrogen/sulfur-ligated Cobalt(II) Methoxide Complexes: Structural, EPR, Paramagnetic 1H NMR, and Electrochemical Investigations" (2004). Physics Faculty Research and Publications. 82.
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Accepted version. Dalton Transactions, No. 16 (July 20, 2004): 2398-2399. DOI. © 2004 Royal Society of Chemistry. Used with permission.
Brian Bennett was affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin at the time of publication.