Multi-function specially spin and reactivity of metal complexes and metalloproteins

To date we have published some papers of amino acid Schiff base Cu(II) complexes exhibiting photocatalytic reduction of Cr(VI) ions Of course, photo-catalysts may be one of the promising materials of green chemistry, and their reactivity was enhanced by photo-irradiation with proper wavelengths. During the course study, we obtained some dinuclear Cu(II) complexes showing antiferromagnetic interaction in the solid state. In this way, I am interested in multi-functional electronic (light, valence, and spin)metal compounds and their “reactivity”. In this talk, based on a literature review of recent articles (beside my works), I will discuss the relationship between spin and reactivity (Scheme1).


Takashiro Akitsu
Tokyo University of Science, Japan

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