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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(s):
Chemistry
Volume:
6
Persistent URL:
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
Chemical engineering
Publisher DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1039/a708688a
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Suggested Citation:
Nicholas J. Turro, Xuegong Lei, Wei Li, Ann E. McDermott, Lloyd Abrams, M. Francesca Ottavianai, Hege Støgård Beard, , 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, .

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