Highly oxidizing excited states of Re and Tc complexes
ABSTRACT Like the Re analogue, the ligand-to-metal charge transfer (LMCT) excited-state of [Tc(dmpe)3]2+ (dmpe is bis-1,2-(dimethylphosphino)ethane) is luminescent in solution at room temperature. Surprisingly, both [M(dmpe)3]2+* species have extremely large excited-state potentials (ESPs) as oxidants-the highest for any simple coordination complex of a transition metal. Furthermore, this potential is available using a photon of visible light (calculated for M = Re(Tc); E1/2* = +2.61(2.52) V versus SCE; lambdamax = 526(585) nm). Using a Rehm-Weller analysis with a series of aromatic hydrocarbons as electron-transfer quenchers, E1/2(Re2+*/Re+) has been determined to be 2.58 V, in good agreement with the calculated value. Both [M(dmpe)3]2+* species are quenched by chloride ion and both can function as excited-state oxidants in water solution.
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Conference Paper: Spectroelectrochemical Sensor: Development and Applications[Show abstract] [Hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: This paper is being submitted to the 215th ECS (Electrochemical Society) Meeting, San Francisco, California | May 24-29, 2009 The spectroelectrochemical sensor concept uses electrochemistry to modulate an optical signal to give improved selectivity. The sensor consists of an optically transparent electrode/waveguide coated with a thin film that preconcentrates the analyte. The sensor concept was first demonstrated with ferricyanide and later it was shown to work on a complex sample by detecting ferrocycanide in radioactive Hanford tank waste. Nafion, partially sulfonated polystyrene-block-polyethylene-ran-butylene)block-polystyrene (SSEBS), and quaternized poly(vinylpyridine) (QPVP) are examples of polymers used for the thin film. Detection limits achieved by the sensor are 10-5 to 10-8 M using change in absorbance as the mode of detection and about 10-10 M using fluorescence. A sensor has been developed for detection of [Re(dmpe)3]+ where dmpe = dimethylphosphinoethane, which serves as a nonradioactive analogue for complexes of radioactive 99Tc. Some polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons have appropriate electrochemical and spectroscopic properties for spectroelectrochemical detection as demonstrated for 1-hydroxypyrene and its conjugate 1-hydroxypyrene-glucuronide.05/2009
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ABSTRACT: A spectroelectrochemical sensor was developed for [Re(dmpe)3]+ as a nonradioactive analog for [Tc(dmpe)3]+. The sensor consists of an optically transparent electrode (OTE) coated with a thin film of sulfonated polystyrene-block-poly(ethylene-ran-butylene)-block-polystyrene (SSEBS). Colorless [Re(dmpe)3]+ was reversibly oxidized to [Re(dmpe)3]2+ (λmax=530 nm). [Re(dmpe)3]+ preconcentrated by ion-exchange into the SSEBS film, resulting in a 20-fold increase in peak current compared to a bare OTE after 1 h of exposure to aqueous [Re(dmpe)3]+ solution. Detection of [Re(dmpe)3]+ at concentrations down to 2×10−6 M was accomplished by electrochemical modulation of the complex and monitoring absorbance by attenuated total reflectance (ATR).Electroanalysis 09/2009; 21(19):2091 - 2098. DOI:10.1002/elan.200904651 · 2.50 Impact Factor