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Redox Properties

  • Lina K. BluschEmail author
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Abstract

Inspired by nature, the Siamese-twin porphyrin system was designed to comprise unique redox properties. The free ligand itself does not show any reversible redox processes as was investigated in Sect. 4.4. In this Chapter, the redox chemistry of the synthesized metal complexes is presented, which turned out to be much more promising. First, a short comparative overview is given, then detailed redox properties of each complex are discussed.

Keywords

Isosbestic Point Half Wave Potential Square Wave Voltammetry Bulk Electrolysis Reversible Redox Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of British ColumbiaVancouverCanada

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