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Dr. Lydia Vaquer, Dr. Pere Miró, Dr. Xavier Sala, Dr. Fernando Bozoglian, Dr. Ester Masllorens, Dr. Jordi Benet-Buchholz, Dr. Xavier Fontrodona, Dr. Teodor Parella, Dr. Isabel Romero, Dr. Anna Roglans, Dr. Montserrat Rodríguez, Dr. Carles Bo and Dr. Antoni Llobet Understanding Electronic Ligand Perturbation over Successive Metal-Based Redox Potentials in Mononuclear Ruthenium–Aqua Complexes ChemPlusChem 78

Version of Record online: 10 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201200268

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It′s all relative: A family of ruthenium complexes containing polypyridyl and carbene ligands has been prepared and characterized from structural, spectroscopic, and redox viewpoints. A correlation between ΔE1/2—the difference between E1/2(RuIV/III) and E1/2(RuIII/II)—and the activity and selectivity of some catalytic oxidation processes has been established. A correlation between the number of carbene ligands and ΔE1/2 was also found (see figure).

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