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Photocatalysis Involving Metal Carbonyls

  • P. C. Ford
  • W. Boese
  • B. Lee
  • K. L. Macfarlane
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Part of the Catalysis by Metal Complexes book series (CMCO, volume 14)

Abstract

The focus of this chapter will be largely upon those photocatalytic reactions involving simple mononuclear and polynuclear metal carbonyls of the general formula My(CO)X, although mixed ligand complexes which have at least several CO’s in the coordination sphere of a single metal center will also be considered. The photocatalysis described here is concerned not with energy storage reactions but with processes which are isoergic or exoergic. The role of light in photocatalysis involving metal carbonyls is often simply to effect the dissociation of one or more ligands, usually CO, thus to open coordination sites to other reactants and overcome the >30 kcal mol−1 activation energy needed to dissociate such ligands thermally. If the resulting number of turnovers is small, the principal advantage would be to allow access to a specific product not easily available by simple thermochemical routes with sufficient increase in value to justify the expense of utilizing light. If, on the other hand, photolysis transforms some precursor to an active species which survives numerous reaction turnovers, such a process would be closer to being truly catalytic.

Keywords

Flash Photolysis Dinuclear Complex Metal Carbonyl Ethene Hydrogenation Iron Carbonyl 
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  • P. C. Ford
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  • W. Boese
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  • B. Lee
    • 1
  • K. L. Macfarlane
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of CaliforniaSanta BarbaraUSA

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