Comparison of thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of oxidative addition of PhE-EPh (E = S, Se, Te) to Mo(CO)3(PR3)2, W(CO)3(PR3)2, and Mo(N[tBu]Ar) 3 complexes. The role of oxidation state and ancillary ligands in metal complex induced chalcogenyl radical generation

James E. McDonough, John J. Weir, Kengkaj Sukcharoenphon, Carl D. Hoff, Olga P. Kryatova, Elena V. Rybak-Akimova, Brian L. Scott, Gregory J. Kubas, Arjun Mendiratta, Christopher C. Cummins

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