Dioxygen at Biomimetic Single Metal‑Atom Sites: Stabilization or Activation? The Case of CoTPyP/Au(111)

Recent work from the Vesselli group at the University of Trieste published in Topics in Catalysis demonstrated both experimental and computational results for the metal-organic framework (MOF) structure of 5,10,15,20-tetra(4-pyridyl)21H,23H-porphyrin cobalt(III) chloride assembled on a Au(111) surface. The generated MOF was able to mimic O2 stabilization and activation mechanisms typically observed in proteins and enzymes. Thanks for using our cobalt tetrapyridylporphyrin, T40892

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