Production and isolation of ligated metal(IV)-oxo ions by tandem mass spectrometryFaculty of Science - Papers (Archive)
AbstractHigh valent metal(IV)-oxo species, [M(¼O)(MeIm)n(OAc)]R (M¼Mn–Ni, MeIm¼1-methylimidazole, n¼1–2), which are relevant to biology and oxidative catalysis, were produced and isolated in gas-phase reactions of the metal(II) precursor ions [M(MeIm)n(OAc)]R (M¼Mn–Zn, n¼1–3) with ozone. The precursor ions [M(MeIm)(OAc)]R and [M(MeIm)2(OAc)]R were generated via collisioninduced dissociation of the corresponding [M(MeIm)3(OAc)]R ion. The dependence of ozone reactivity on metal and coordination number is discussed.
Additional Grant Numberhttp://purl.org/au-research/grants/ARC/DP0986738
Citation InformationIvan Taylor, Stephen J. Blanksby, Stephen Colbran and Gary Willett. "Production and isolation of ligated metal(IV)-oxo ions by tandem mass spectrometry" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sjblanksby/51/