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Department of Chemistry pres.

Rethinking biomimicry in synthetic non-heme iron complexes

David Lacy (University of Buffalo)

Synthetic iron-based catalysts that functionally model iron dependent oxygenases are rare. Considering the large number of synthetic iron complexes, why is this? We are taking a close look at this question and, in the process, have come up with some design principles that are guiding our work towards developing synthetic iron-based catalysts that use O2 as the oxidant. This work represents a major effort in our group towards sustainable chemistry by using earth abundant metals and oxidants that are non-toxic.

David Lacy (University of Buffalo)

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