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  • In-plane Thorium(IV), Uranium(IV), and Neptunium(IV) Expanded Porphyrin Complexes. [Journal Article]
    J Am Chem Soc 2019Brewster JT, Mangel DN, … Sessler JL
  • Here, we report a first series of in-plane thorium(IV), uranium(IV), and neptunium(IV) expanded porphyrin complexes. These actinide (An) complexes were synthesized using a hexa-aza porphyrin analogue, termed dipyriamethyrin, and the non-aqueous An(IV) precursors: ThCl4(DME)2, UCl4, and NpCl4(DME)2 under conditions of in situ sodium bis(trimethylsilyl)amide deprotonation. The molecular and electro…
  • Small molecule activation by multimetallic uranium complexes supported by siloxide ligands. [Journal Article]
    Chem Commun (Camb) 2019Barluzzi L, Falcone M, Mazzanti M
  • The synthesis and reactivity of uranium compounds supported by the tris-tert-butoxysiloxide ligand is surveyed. The multiple binding modes of the tert-butoxysiloxide ligand have proven very well suited to stabilize highly reactive homo- and heteropolymetallic complexes of uranium that have shown an unusual high reactivity towards small molecules such as CO2, CS2, chalcogens and azides. Moreover, …
  • New Insight into U@C80: Missing U@D3(31921)-C80 and Nuanced Enantiomers of U@C1(28324)-C80. [Journal Article]
    Inorg Chem 2019Zhao YX, Li MY, … Zhao X
  • Triplet U@C1(28324)-C80, violating the isolated pentagon rule, is experimentally recognized as the stable isomer for uranium-based endohedral monometallofullerene U@C80. Here we first verified that triplet U@D3(31921)-C80, following the isolated pentagon rule, was to be another thermodynamically stable isomer via density functional theory in conjunction with statistical thermodynamic analysis. U@…
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