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Electrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen to water by tren-capped porphyrins, functional models of cytochrome c oxidase

Abstract : Two different tren-capped porphyrins—in which the two metals, iron and copper, are more or less off-centered—are shown to be efficient catalysts for the reduction of O2 to H2O; surprisingly, their iron-only complexes are shown to be even more effective 4e- catalysts when adsorbed on a graphite electrode.
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Bernard Boitrel, David Ricard, Andrioletti Bruno, Maurice l'Her. Electrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen to water by tren-capped porphyrins, functional models of cytochrome c oxidase. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 1999, 16, pp.1523-1524. ⟨hal-01469599⟩

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