Corrigendum to “Mechanistic aspects of CO2 reduction catalysis with manganese-based molecular catalysts” [Coord. Chem. Rev. 374 (2018) 173–217] (Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2018) 374 (173–217), (S0010854518300493), (10.1016/j.ccr.2018.05.022))

David C. Grills, Mehmed Z. Ertem, Meaghan McKinnon, Ken T. Ngo, Jonathan Rochford

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The authors regret that in Scheme 10 on p. 207, and the associated text on p. 208, the redox potential for the BI radical, E(BI+/BI), was incorrectly reported as −2.06 V vs. SCE. The correct value is −1.68 V vs. SCE. Provided below is an updated version of Scheme 10 with the correct value of this redox potential, in addition to corrected free energy differences (ΔG). [Figure presented] Scheme 10. Energy level alignment diagram illustrating the relevant reduction potentials (in CH3CN vs SCE) for the TEOA, BNAH, and BIH SEDs, including the BNA2 and BI intermediate reductants (black bars), the ground state (green bars) and excited state (*, red bars) reduction potentials for the [Ru(bpy)3]2+ photosensitizer [185] (PS), and the ground state reduction potentials for the [MnBr(bpy)(CO)3] (2) and [Mn(bpy)(CO)3(CH3CN)]+ (6) pre-catalysts (blue bars). The 3E0-0 triplet energy of the {3[Ru(bpy)3]2+}* excited state was estimated from the phosphorescence emission spectrum recorded at 77 K in EtOH:MeOH (4:1) at 10% height of the highest energy band edge (599 nm). Free energy changes are included for the SED → PS* reductive quenching electron transfer reactions as well as the PS− → pre-catalyst electron transfer reactions. The associated passage of text at the bottom of p. 208 (first column) is also corrected accordingly below: “However, in the case of BIH, after deprotonation of BIH+, the strongly reducing BI radical (E(BI+/BI) = −1.68 V vs. SCE) does not dimerize and has been shown to donate a second electron into the system (even to the ground state of the PS) (Eq. (25)) [184].” The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Original languageEnglish
Article number213420
JournalCoordination Chemistry Reviews
Volume420
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1 2020

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Materials Chemistry

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