A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species

Strautmann J, Walleck S, Bögge H, Stammler A, Glaser T (2011)
Chemical Communications 47(2): 695-697.

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The design and first application of a new dinucleating ligand system to mimic high-valent oxidation states of O-2-dependent diiron enzymes is presented.
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Strautmann J, Walleck S, Bögge H, Stammler A, Glaser T. A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species. Chemical Communications. 2011;47(2):695-697.
Strautmann, J., Walleck, S., Bögge, H., Stammler, A., & Glaser, T. (2011). A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species. Chemical Communications, 47(2), 695-697. doi:10.1039/c0cc03098h
Strautmann, J., Walleck, S., Bögge, H., Stammler, A., and Glaser, T. (2011). A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species. Chemical Communications 47, 695-697.
Strautmann, J., et al., 2011. A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species. Chemical Communications, 47(2), p 695-697.
J. Strautmann, et al., “A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species”, Chemical Communications, vol. 47, 2011, pp. 695-697.
Strautmann, J., Walleck, S., Bögge, H., Stammler, A., Glaser, T.: A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species. Chemical Communications. 47, 695-697 (2011).
Strautmann, Julia, Walleck, Stephan, Bögge, Hartmut, Stammler, Anja, and Glaser, Thorsten. “A taylor-made ligand to mimic the active site of diiron enzymes: an air-oxidized high-valent Fe-III h.s.(mu-O)(2)Fe-IV h.s. species”. Chemical Communications 47.2 (2011): 695-697.

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