Raymond F. De Hont, Ph.D.

2010 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Metalloproteins, Bioinorganic models, Magnetochemistry, Mössbauer and EPR Spectroscopy, Theory of transition metal complexes
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Eckard Münck grad student 2010 Carnegie Mellon
 (Mossbauer, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, and Density Functional Theory Studies of Biomimetric Iron(IV)=Oxygen Species and High-Valent Diamond Core Intermediates.)
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Van Heuvelen KM, Fiedler AT, Shan X, et al. (2012) One-electron oxidation of an oxoiron(IV) complex to form an [O═FeV═NR]+ center. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 11933-8
McDonald AR, Bukowski MR, Farquhar ER, et al. (2010) Sulfur versus iron oxidation in an iron-thiolate model complex. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 132: 17118-29
De Hont RF, Xue G, Hendrich MP, et al. (2010) Mössbauer, electron paramagnetic resonance, and density functional theory studies of synthetic S = 1/2 Fe(III)-O-Fe(IV)═O complexes. Superexchange-mediated spin transition at the Fe(IV)═O site. Inorganic Chemistry. 49: 8310-22
Xue G, De Hont R, Münck E, et al. (2010) Million-fold activation of the [Fe(2)(micro-O)(2)] diamond core for C-H bond cleavage. Nature Chemistry. 2: 400-5
Alexander Merrill W, Stich TA, Brynda M, et al. (2009) Direct spectroscopic observation of large quenching of first-order orbital angular momentum with bending in monomeric, two-coordinate Fe(II) primary amido complexes and the profound magnetic effects of the absence of Jahn- and Renner-Teller distortions in rigorously linear coordination. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 131: 12693-702
Xue G, Wang D, De Hont R, et al. (2007) A synthetic precedent for the [FeIV2(mu-O)2] diamond core proposed for methane monooxygenase intermediate Q. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 20713-8
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