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Photochemistry and magnetic resonance spectroscopy as probes of supramolecular structures and migration pathways of organic molecules and radicals adsorbed on zeolites

Nicholas J. Turro; Xuegong Lei; Wei Li; Ann E. McDermott; Lloyd Abrams; M. Francesca Ottavianai; Hege Støgård Beard

Title:
Photochemistry and magnetic resonance spectroscopy as probes of supramolecular structures and migration pathways of organic molecules and radicals adsorbed on zeolites
Author(s):
Turro, Nicholas J.
Lei, Xuegong
Li, Wei
McDermott, Ann E.
Abrams, Lloyd
Ottavianai, M. Francesca
Beard, Hege Støgård
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department:
Chemistry
Volume:
6
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Book/Journal Title:
Chemical Communications
Abstract:
Magnetic resonance, surface area measurements and computational techniques have been integrated to elucidate the supramolecular photochemistry of two isomeric ketones adsorbed on two MFI zeolites (silicalite and ZSM-5) and to demonstrate that common factors proportional to the available external surface area operate to determine the measured parameters in each case.
Subject(s):
Chemistry
Publisher DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/a708688a
Item views:
171
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Suggested Citation:
Nicholas J. Turro, Xuegong Lei, Wei Li, Ann E. McDermott, Lloyd Abrams, M. Francesca Ottavianai, Hege Støgård Beard, 1998, Photochemistry and magnetic resonance spectroscopy as probes of supramolecular structures and migration pathways of organic molecules and radicals adsorbed on zeolites, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:9387.

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