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Title
Hydrogenase Enzymes and Their Synthetic Models: The Role of Metal Hydrides
Author(s)
David Schilter; James M. Camara; Mioy T. Huynh; Sharon Hammes-Schiffer; Thomas B. Rauchfuss
Publication Date
2016-08
Journal
CHEMICAL REVIEWS, v.116, no.15, pp.8693 - 8749
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Abstract
Hydrogenase enzymes efficiently process H-2 and protons at organometallic FeFe, NiFe, or Fe active sites. Synthetic modeling of the many H(2)ase states has provided insight into H(2)ase structure and mechanism, as well as afforded catalysts for the H-2 energy vector. Particularly important are hydride-bearing states, with synthetic hydride analogues now known for each hydrogenase class. These hydrides are typically prepared by protonation of low-valent cores. Examples of FeFe and NiFe hydrides derived from H-2 have also been prepared. Such chemistry is more developed than mimicry of the redox-inactive monoFe enzyme, although functional models of the latter are now emerging. Advances in physical and theoretical characterization of H(2)ase enzymes and synthetic models have proven key to the study of hydrides in particular, and will guide modeling efforts toward more robust and active species optimized for practical applications. © 2016 American Chemical Society
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/2993
ISSN
0009-2665
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