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Beckman Scholar Noah Vieira Publishes: A trans-bidentate bis-pyridinyl ligand with a transition metal hinge

Beckman Scholar Noah Vieira Publishes: A trans-bidentate bis-pyridinyl ligand with a transition metal hinge

  • Friday, November 03, 2017

Learn more about what Beckman Scholar Noah Vieira has been working on at Furman University:

ABSTRACT

A titanocene based metalloligand, Cp*2Ti(C22-py)2, was synthesized and coordinated to either Cu(I) or Pd(II). The metalloligand binds Cu(I) between its alkynes and Pd(II) between its pyridinyl rings, acting as a trans-bidentate ligand. In order to bind Pd(II), significant structural rearrangements were necessary, which required the flexibility of the C–Ti–C hinge on the titanocene metalloligand.

CONTINUE READING FROM THE JOURNAL DALTON TRANSACTIONS - ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY: 

DOI: 10.1039/c7dt03252h
rsc.li/dalton

CONTINUE READING ABOUT NOAH VIEIRA: 

https://news.furman.edu/2017/04/03/sophomore-noah-vieira-named-beckman-research-scholar/

https://news.furman.edu/2017/08/01/shaping-the-future-of-solar/



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