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Frontier orbitals of photosubstitutionally active ruthenium complexes: an experimental study of the spectator ligands' electronic properties influence on photoreactivity

Frontier orbitals of photosubstitutionally active ruthenium complexes: an experimental study of the spectator ligands' electronic properties influence on photoreactivity
Sylvestre Bonnet, Samantha L. Hopkins, Hyo Jin Jang, Maxime A. Siegler
The nature of the frontier orbitals and the efficiency of ligand photosubstitution reactions were studied in ruthenium complexes with either electron-donating (CH3) or -withdrawing (CF3) substituents on the bipyridine spectator chelate.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/DT/~3/ez7hCZhuj9Y/C7DT01540B

DOI: 2017/DT/C7DT01540B

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