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Coordination Variations within Binuclear Copper Dioxygen-Derived (Hydro)Peroxo and Superoxo Species; Influences upon Thermodynamic and Electronic Properties

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Copper ion is a versatile and ubiquitous facilitator of redox chemical and biochemical processes. These include the binding of molecular oxygen to copper(I) complexes where it undergoes stepwise reduction-protonation. A detailed understanding of thermodynamic relationships between such reduced/protonated states is key to elucidate the fundamentals of the chemical/biochemical processes involved. The dicopper(I) complex [CuI2(BPMPO–)]1+ {BPMPOH = 2,6-bis{[(bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amino]methyl}-4-methylphenol)} undergoes cryogenic dioxygen addition; further manipulations in 2-methyltetrahydrofuran generate dicopper(II) peroxo [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O22–)]1+, hydroperoxo [CuII2(BPMPO–)(−OOH)]2+, and superoxo [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O2•–)]2+ species, characterized by UV–vis, resonance Raman and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopies, and cold spray ionization mass spectrometry. An unexpected EPR spectrum for [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O2•–)]2+ is explained by the analysis of its exchange-coupled three-spin frustrated system and DFT calculations. A redox equilibrium, [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O22–)]1+ ⇄ [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O2•–)]2+, is established utilizing Me8Fc+/Cr(η6-C6H6)2, allowing for [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O2•–)]2+/[CuII2(BPMPO–)(O22–)]1+ reduction potential calculation, E°′ = −0.44 ± 0.01 V vs Fc+/0, also confirmed by cryoelectrochemical measurements (E°′ = −0.40 ± 0.01 V). 2,6-Lutidinium triflate addition to [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O22–)]1+ produces [CuII2(BPMPO–)(−OOH)]2+; using a phosphazene base, an acid–base equilibrium was achieved, pKa = 22.3 ± 0.7 for [CuII2(BPMPO–)(−OOH)]2+. The BDFEOO–H = 80.3 ± 1.2 kcal/mol, as calculated for [CuII2(BPMPO–)(−OOH)]2+; this is further substantiated by H atom abstraction from O–H substrates by [CuII2(BPMPO–)(O2•–)]2+ forming [CuII2(BPMPO–)(−OOH)]2+. In comparison to known analogues, the thermodynamic and spectroscopic properties of [CuII2(BPMPO–)] O2-derived adducts can be accounted for based on chelate ring size variations built into the BPMPO– framework and the resulting enhanced CuII-ion Lewis acidity.
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hal-04620656 , version 1 (19-07-2024)

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Pradip Kumar Hota, Anex Jose, Sanjib Panda, Eleanor Dunietz, Austin Herzog, et al.. Coordination Variations within Binuclear Copper Dioxygen-Derived (Hydro)Peroxo and Superoxo Species; Influences upon Thermodynamic and Electronic Properties. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2024, 146 (19), pp.13066-13082. ⟨10.1021/jacs.3c14422⟩. ⟨hal-04620656⟩
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