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Photocatalytic and Photoredox Properties of Polyoxometalate Systems

  • C. L. Hill
  • C. M. Prosser-McCartha
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Part of the Catalysis by Metal Complexes book series (CMCO, volume 14)

Abstract

Early transition metal oxygen anion clusters, or polyoxometalates for short, are a large and rapidly growing class of inorganic complexes [1–15]. These compounds attracted us as it was apparent they simultaneously exhibited a unique set of properties we felt could be utilized to address new catalytic transformations, photoredox chemistry, and, ultimately construction of sophisticated single-molecule multifunctional devices capable of several temporally linked functions. These prognostications have already been borne out to a considerable extent. This article reviews the title subject, an enterprise still in its infancy. Presented sequentially in this chapter are the basic properties of polyoxometalates, general features of the photochemistry, the mechanisms elucidated in polyoxometalate photochemistry thus far, and an overview of the photochemistry of two representative complexes in tabular form (Table I).

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Vinyl Ether Atom Transfer Dalton Trans Heteropoly Acid Redox Chemistry 
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  • C. L. Hill
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  • C. M. Prosser-McCartha
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryEmory UniversityAtlantaUSA

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