The chapter reports on recent studies of metal complexes that have the phenolate group as a ligand. The synthesis and characterization of many low molecular weight complexes is reviewed and commented on. Special attention is devoted to biomimetic models, for a deeper understanding of metalloprotein structures and functions. The chapter is divided into two parts, related to oxidant and antioxidant activities and to the hydrolysis of phospatediesters, respectively.

Tamasi, G., Cini, R. (2014). Biomimetic metal phenolates. In Z.R. Jacob Zabicky (Editor) (a cura di), The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates (pp. 913-970). Chichester : John Wiley and Sons Ltd [10.1002/9780470682531.pat0612].

Biomimetic metal phenolates

TAMASI, GABRIELLA
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CINI, RENZO
2014-01-01

Abstract

The chapter reports on recent studies of metal complexes that have the phenolate group as a ligand. The synthesis and characterization of many low molecular weight complexes is reviewed and commented on. Special attention is devoted to biomimetic models, for a deeper understanding of metalloprotein structures and functions. The chapter is divided into two parts, related to oxidant and antioxidant activities and to the hydrolysis of phospatediesters, respectively.
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Tamasi, G., Cini, R. (2014). Biomimetic metal phenolates. In Z.R. Jacob Zabicky (Editor) (a cura di), The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates (pp. 913-970). Chichester : John Wiley and Sons Ltd [10.1002/9780470682531.pat0612].
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