Advances in Free Radical Chemistry, Volume 2 by Zard S.Z.

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Based on the known reduction potentials of other biological [Fe4S4] centers, these enzymes would have to raise the reduction potential of SAM or lower the reduction potential of their clusters by at least 300-500 mV in order for this mechanism to be possible. VI. ^^'^^ As outlined in Figure 12, the binding of SAM to LAM mediates the uptake of one electron from dithionite to give the EPR-active [Fe4S4]"*^ species. A one-electron transfer from the reduced cluster to SAM effects cleavage of the cofactor to give the EPR-silent [Fe4S4]^^ cluster, a 5'-deoxyadenosyl 5'-radical, and methionine which coordinates to an open site on one of the iron sites of the oxidized cluster.

Cation radical CR26 generated by electrochemical oxidation of a-stannyl sulfides cleaves to give carbocation C26, which react with allyltrimethylsilane or the silyl enol ether of cyclohexanone to give the usual addition products. In this electrochemical reaction, stannyl derivatives also afforded the desired product 27 or 28 in better yield compared with the corresponding silyl derivatives. 54 TETSUHIRO MIKAMI and KOICHI NARASAKA Table 2. ^^ N'Acyliminium Ions from a-Stannyl Amino Compounds Thus, it became apparent that carbocation intermediates are generated by elimination of a stannyl radical from cation radicals of a-stannyl sulfides.

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