How Does Cu(II) Convert into Cu(I)?
journal contributionposted on 2017-10-14, 16:17 authored by gloria tabacchigloria tabacchi, Ettore Fois, Davide Barreca, Eugenio Tondello, Alberto Gasparotto, Roberta Seraglia
Green open access version, frontispiece picture, graphical abstract and supporting information of the article:
How Does Cu-II Convert into Cu-I: An Unexpected Ring-Mediated Single-Electron Reduction.
Published in: Chem. Eur. J., 17: 10864–10870. doi:10.1002/chem.201101551
The supporting information file contains energetic and structural data on various Cu(I)-ring species, calculated at different theory level. Additional images of these ring species are also present.
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