Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Organomanganese Complexes
Organomanganese Compounds (2011)
Published Online: 15 MAR 2011
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Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups
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Palii, S. P. and Zagorevskii, D. V. 2011. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Organomanganese Complexes. Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups. .
- Published Online: 15 MAR 2011
This review (782 references) represents an exhaustive up-to-date survey of literature on mass spectrometry and gas-phase ion chemistry of organomanganese complexes. Fundamental physico-chemical characteristics of organomanganese ionic species, as well as the gas-phase reactions resulting in the dissociation or formation of manganese-carbon bond(s) are examined. Circa 300 examples of ion/molecule reactions characterizing the reactivity of Mn+, positively or negatively charged manganese clusters, as well as neutrals, cations and anions of various Mn-containing species (including coordinatively unsaturated ones) are summarized. A variety of studies involving tandem mass spectrometry, neutralization-reionization mass spectrometry, collision-induced dissociation, multiple-photon dissociation, IRMPD spectroscopy and theoretical calculations for organomanganese ion structure characterization are discussed. Additionally, analytical applications of mass spectrometric techniques to the characterization of compounds containing a MnC bond are reviewed. These include a number of relatively simple mononuclear complexes, polynuclear clusters, complexes incorporating organometallic units bridged with organic fragment(s), bifunctional compounds containing organometallic and classical Werner-type coordination sites, fullerenes or planar polyaromatic hydrocarbons with an organomanganese fragment attached to them, manganospiralenes, manganoscorpionates, supramolecular entities, cymantrene-peptide bioconjugates, etc.
- bond dissociation energy;
- collision-induced dissociation;
- gas-phase ion chemistry;
- ion/molecule reaction;
- ionization method;
- IRMPD spectroscopy;
- isomer differentiation;
- mass spectrometry;
- molecular ion;
- photoelectron spectroscopy