Redox properties of [Fe2(SC6H5)2(NO)4]: an experimental study and quantum chemical modeling View Full Text


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2012-10

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N. A. Sanina, A. G. Krivenko, R. A. Manzhos, N. S. Emel’yanova, K. V. Bozhenko, S. M. Aldoshin

ABSTRACT

Reduction of the complex [Fe2(SC6H5)2(NO)4] in an aprotic solvent was studied by cyclic voltammetry in a wide range of potential scan rates. It was established that transfer of the first electron is reversible and the redox potential of this reaction was determined. Further reduction of the complex is irreversible because the product of attachment of the second electron is unstable and partially decomposes during the characteristic time of potential scan. The molecular and electronic structures of mono- and dianion of the complex as well as its theoretical redox potential value were calculated using the density functional theory methods with the local (BP86) and hybrid (B3LYP) functionals. The former functional better describes the geometry of the complex while the latter gives a better insight into its electronic structure. The extra negative charge is delocalized over NO groups, phenyl ligands, and iron atoms. The calculated redox potentials of one-electron reduction of the complexes are close to the experimental values obtained by analyzing cyclic voltammograms. Attachment of the second electron opens the decomposition channel of the complex, which is also consistent with experimental data. More... »

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1860-1866

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