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Advances in inorganic chemistry, Volume sixty seven, NOx related chemistry, edited by Rudi van Eldik, José A. Olabe ; contributors, Dennis Awasabisah [and nineteen others]

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Advances in inorganic chemistry, Volume sixty seven, NOx related chemistry
Title
Advances in inorganic chemistry
Title number
Volume sixty seven
Title part
NOx related chemistry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rudi van Eldik, José A. Olabe ; contributors, Dennis Awasabisah [and nineteen others]
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  • eng
  • eng
Summary
NOx Related Chemistry is a volume of a series that presents timely and informative summaries of the current progress in a variety of subject areas within inorganic chemistry, ranging from bio-inorganic to solid state studies. This acclaimed serial features reviews written by experts in the field and serves as an indispensable reference to advanced researchers. Each volume contains an index, and each chapter is fully referenced.Best-qualified scientists write on their own recent results dealing with basic fundamentals of NO-chemistry, with an eye into biological and environmental issuesEditors
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546
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
QD305.N8
LC item number
.A383 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Eldik, Rudi van
  • Olabe, José A.
  • Awasabisah, Dennis
Series statement
Advances in Inorganic Chemistry,
Series volume
Volume 67
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  • Nitrogen oxides
  • Chemistry, Inorganic
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Advances in inorganic chemistry, Volume sixty seven, NOx related chemistry, edited by Rudi van Eldik, José A. Olabe ; contributors, Dennis Awasabisah [and nineteen others]
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Front Cover; NOx Related Chemistry; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter One: NOx Linkage Isomerization in Metal Complexes; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Modes of binding of NOx moieties in monometallic complexes; 1.1.1. Nitric oxide complexes; 1.1.2. NO2 complexes; 1.1.3. NO3 complexes; 1.2. Methods that induce linkage isomerization; 1.3. Techniques for detecting linkage isomers; 1.4. Factors that affect linkage isomerization; 2. Linkage Isomerism in Non-Porphyrin NOx Complexes; 2.1. Group 6 (Cr and Mo) complexes; 2.1.1. NO complexes; 2.1.2. NO2 complexes
  • 2.2. Group 7 (Mn and Re) complexes2.2.1. NO complexes; 2.3. Group 8 (Fe, Ru, and Os) complexes; 2.3.1. NO complexes; 2.3.2. NO2 complexes; 2.3.3. NO3 complexes; 2.4. Group 9 (Co, Rh, and Ir) complexes; 2.4.1. NO complexes; 2.4.2. NO2 complexes; 2.5. Group 10 (Ni, Pd, and Pt) complexes; 2.5.1. NO complexes; 2.5.2. NO2 complexes; 3. Linkage Isomerism in NOx-Coordinated Metalloporphyrins; 3.1. Manganese NOx porphyrins; 3.2. Ruthenium and iron NOx porphyrin complexes; 3.3. Cobalt NOx porphyrins; 3.4. Hyponitrite complexes of transition metal porphyrins
  • 3.4.1. The nitric oxide dimer and its reduced forms3.4.2. Metal hyponitrite binding modes; 3.5. Heme proteins; 4. Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter Two: Three Redox States of Metallonitrosyls in Aqueous Solution; 1. Introduction: General Scope; 2. Complexes with n=6; 2.1. Structure, spectroscopy, and electronic description. Total spin S=0. Dominant M-NO+ distribution; 2.1.1. Significance and importance of the ``back-bonding model ́ ́; 2.1.2. Role of the σ*-FeNO interaction in the trans-effect exerted over NO; 2.1.3. ``Negative ́ ́ trans-influence of the nitrosyl moiety
  • 2.1.4. Different reactivity of the L ligand trans to NO2.1.5. Other metal centers: Validity of the formal charge descriptions; 2.1.6. Frontier MOs; 2.2. Formation and dissociation of NO-complexes: Nitrosylations and denitrosylations; 2.2.1. Reactions with M(II) precursors (M=Fe, Ru): Proton-assisted dehydration of bound nitrite; 2.2.2. Reactions with high-spin M(III) precursors; 2.2.3. Reactions with low-spin, nonheme Fe(III) systems; 2.2.4. Nitrosylation of nitrile-hydratase and models; 2.2.5. Nitrosylation of low-spin Fe(III)-heme models, [FeIII(TMPS)(CN)(H2O)]4- and [FeIII(TMPS)(CN)2]5-
  • 2.2.6. Nitrosylations of other [FeIII(CN)5(Y)]n- complexes2.2.7. Nitrosylations with Ru(III) precursors; 2.2.8. Why is the release of NO so fast for the {FeIINO+} heme-nitrosyls?; 2.3. Electrophilic reactivity toward O-, N-, and S-binding nucleophiles; 2.3.1. General approach to electrophilic reactivity; 2.3.2. Correlation of nucleophilic rates with M(NO+)/M(NO) redox potentials; 3. Complexes with n=7; 3.1. Structure, spectroscopy, and electronic descriptions for 5- and 6-coordination. Total spin S=1/2 or 3/2. Alternative...; 3.1.1. Heme and nonheme 5C nitrosyls with S=1/2
  • 3.1.2. Nonheme and heme 6C nitrosyls with S=1/2
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9780128018378
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Label
Advances in inorganic chemistry, Volume sixty seven, NOx related chemistry, edited by Rudi van Eldik, José A. Olabe ; contributors, Dennis Awasabisah [and nineteen others]
Publication
Copyright
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • Front Cover; NOx Related Chemistry; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter One: NOx Linkage Isomerization in Metal Complexes; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Modes of binding of NOx moieties in monometallic complexes; 1.1.1. Nitric oxide complexes; 1.1.2. NO2 complexes; 1.1.3. NO3 complexes; 1.2. Methods that induce linkage isomerization; 1.3. Techniques for detecting linkage isomers; 1.4. Factors that affect linkage isomerization; 2. Linkage Isomerism in Non-Porphyrin NOx Complexes; 2.1. Group 6 (Cr and Mo) complexes; 2.1.1. NO complexes; 2.1.2. NO2 complexes
  • 2.2. Group 7 (Mn and Re) complexes2.2.1. NO complexes; 2.3. Group 8 (Fe, Ru, and Os) complexes; 2.3.1. NO complexes; 2.3.2. NO2 complexes; 2.3.3. NO3 complexes; 2.4. Group 9 (Co, Rh, and Ir) complexes; 2.4.1. NO complexes; 2.4.2. NO2 complexes; 2.5. Group 10 (Ni, Pd, and Pt) complexes; 2.5.1. NO complexes; 2.5.2. NO2 complexes; 3. Linkage Isomerism in NOx-Coordinated Metalloporphyrins; 3.1. Manganese NOx porphyrins; 3.2. Ruthenium and iron NOx porphyrin complexes; 3.3. Cobalt NOx porphyrins; 3.4. Hyponitrite complexes of transition metal porphyrins
  • 3.4.1. The nitric oxide dimer and its reduced forms3.4.2. Metal hyponitrite binding modes; 3.5. Heme proteins; 4. Conclusion; Acknowledgment; References; Chapter Two: Three Redox States of Metallonitrosyls in Aqueous Solution; 1. Introduction: General Scope; 2. Complexes with n=6; 2.1. Structure, spectroscopy, and electronic description. Total spin S=0. Dominant M-NO+ distribution; 2.1.1. Significance and importance of the ``back-bonding model ́ ́; 2.1.2. Role of the σ*-FeNO interaction in the trans-effect exerted over NO; 2.1.3. ``Negative ́ ́ trans-influence of the nitrosyl moiety
  • 2.1.4. Different reactivity of the L ligand trans to NO2.1.5. Other metal centers: Validity of the formal charge descriptions; 2.1.6. Frontier MOs; 2.2. Formation and dissociation of NO-complexes: Nitrosylations and denitrosylations; 2.2.1. Reactions with M(II) precursors (M=Fe, Ru): Proton-assisted dehydration of bound nitrite; 2.2.2. Reactions with high-spin M(III) precursors; 2.2.3. Reactions with low-spin, nonheme Fe(III) systems; 2.2.4. Nitrosylation of nitrile-hydratase and models; 2.2.5. Nitrosylation of low-spin Fe(III)-heme models, [FeIII(TMPS)(CN)(H2O)]4- and [FeIII(TMPS)(CN)2]5-
  • 2.2.6. Nitrosylations of other [FeIII(CN)5(Y)]n- complexes2.2.7. Nitrosylations with Ru(III) precursors; 2.2.8. Why is the release of NO so fast for the {FeIINO+} heme-nitrosyls?; 2.3. Electrophilic reactivity toward O-, N-, and S-binding nucleophiles; 2.3.1. General approach to electrophilic reactivity; 2.3.2. Correlation of nucleophilic rates with M(NO+)/M(NO) redox potentials; 3. Complexes with n=7; 3.1. Structure, spectroscopy, and electronic descriptions for 5- and 6-coordination. Total spin S=1/2 or 3/2. Alternative...; 3.1.1. Heme and nonheme 5C nitrosyls with S=1/2
  • 3.1.2. Nonheme and heme 6C nitrosyls with S=1/2
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (388 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128018378
Media category
computer
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  • (SSID)ssj0001548838
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