Coordination Chemistry of Organic Nitric Oxide Derivatives
Coordination Chemistry Reviews
Organic derivatives of nitric oxide can serve as ligands for transition metals in a variety of fashions. This review surveys recent developments in the coordination chemistry of four main classes of organic NO derivatives: nitrosoalkanes and nitrosoarenes, azodioxides, and nitrosamines. Highlighted work includes evidence that nitrosoarenes can behave as redox-active (“non-innocent”) ligands, an expansion in the number of crystallographically characterized azodioxide complexes, and the synthesis of N-bound primary nitrosamines. Relevance to the bioinorganic chemistry of metalloenzymes is noted.
Emhoff, Kylin A.; Balaraman, Lakshmi; Salem, Ahmed M.H.; Mudarmah, Khalil I.; and Boyd, W. Christopher, "Coordination Chemistry of Organic Nitric Oxide Derivatives" (2019). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 500.