In Chapter 2, the chemistry of Mn(II) and Mn(III) centers coordinated to a polypyridine pentadentate ligand incorporating a carboxamido nitrogen was investigated. Reaction of NO with these complexes yielded a manganese nitrosyl (lambdamax = 635 nm) that released NO upon exposure to visible light. This is the first reported manganese nitrosyl that exhibits light-activated release of NO, and its stability in water makes it an optimal photoactive NO donor.16, 17 However, low quantum yields (alt;Jagt;) and problems associated with ancillary ligands (such as cyanide in case of SNP) limit the use of such nitrosyls in PDT.18 We have ... (12) Ford, P. C; Bourassa, J.; Miranda, K.; Lee, Ba#39;a Lorkovic, 1.; Bogfi.6 , S.l Kudo, S.; Laverman, L. Coord. .... (34) Saudi, I; Rose, M. J.; Sen. I.; Eroy- Reveles. A. A.; Mauhurak, P. K.; Einarsdollir. 0. Phtrtmhem. Phutobiol. 2006, 82.
|Title||:||Synthesis of Photoactive Manganese Nitrosyl Compunds and Materials for the Light Controlled Release of Nitric Oxide|
|Author||:||Aura Alegra Eroy-Reveles|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|