Spectroscopic and theoretical investigation of a complex with an [O═Fe(IV)-O-Fe(IV)═O] core related to methane monooxygenase intermediate Q.

Previous efforts to model the diiron(IV) intermediate Q of soluble methane monooxygenase have led to the synthesis of a diiron(IV) TPA complex, 2, wit...
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