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  1. Reversible cyclopropane formation is examined in a chromium diamide–diimine chelate complexviareduction. Sites of electrophilicity incur similar and divergent chemistry; structural, electrochemical, and calculational studies afford their rationale.

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  3. The title compound, C5H5NO2, is a hydroxylated pyridine ring that has been studied for its involvement in microbial degradation of nicotinic acid. Here we describe its synthesis as a formic acid salt, rather than the standard hydrochloride salt that is commercially available, and its spectroscopic and crystallographic characterization.

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  6. We show in this work how lithium tellurolate Li(X)nTeCH2SiMe3(X = THF,n= 1, 1; X = 12-crown-4,n= 2, 2), can serve as an effective Te-atom transfer reagent to all group 5 transition metal halide precursors irrespective of their oxidation state.

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  7. An analogue of the mitochondrial calcium uniporter (MCU) inhibitor Ru265 containing axial ferrocenecarboxylate ligands is reported. This new complex exhibits enhanced cellular uptake compared to the parent compound Ru265.

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  8. Abstract

    Neutral three‐coordinate iron alkylidenes of the form PN−Fe=CHR have been proposed as viable candidates for alkene metathesis. Indeed, during the final stages of preparing this current study, a separate report disclosed that dearomatized PN−Fe‐alkyl complexes are active precatalysts for ring‐opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP) of norbornene implicating PN−Fe=CHR species as possible intermediates. In yet another separate report, we prepared Zn analogues of PN−Fe‐alkyl complexes and herein provide an account for the synthesis, characterization, and reactivity of some new iron complexes with the sametBu substituted PN platform.

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