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Single electron transfer (SET) activity of the dialkyl-amido sodium zincate [(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TMP)(mu-Bu-t)Zn(Bu-t)] towards TEMPO and chalcone

Armstrong, D. R. and Balloch, L. and Crawford, J. J. and Fleming, B. J. and Hogg, L. M. and Kennedy, A. R. and Klett, J. and Mulvey, R. E. and O'Hara, C. T. and Orr, S. A. and Robertson, Stuart (2012) Single electron transfer (SET) activity of the dialkyl-amido sodium zincate [(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TMP)(mu-Bu-t)Zn(Bu-t)] towards TEMPO and chalcone. Chemical Communications, 48 (10). pp. 1541-1543. ISSN 1359-7345

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Abstract

More usually thought of as a base, the sodium zincate [(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TMP)(mu-Bu-t)Zn(Bu-t)] 1 can undergo single electron transfer with TEMPO to give [(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TMP)-(mu-TEMPO )Zn(Bu-t)] 2 and [(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TEMPO )(2)-Zn(Bu-t)] 3; and with chalcone [PhCOCH=CHPh] gives [{(TMEDA)center dot Na(mu-TMP)Zn(Bu-t)}(2)(mu-OCPhCH=CHPhCH-PhCH=CPh-mu-O)] which contains two chalcone units C-C coupled though their benzylic C atoms.