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International Journal of Chemical Kinetics

Isoprene Heterogeneous Uptake and Reactivity on TiO 2 : A Kinetic and Product Study

Published: 24 September 2017

Author(s): Manolis N. Romanias, Mohamad N. Zeineddine, Veronique Riffault, Frederic Thevenet

ABSTRACT The heterogeneous interaction of isoprene with TiO2 surfaces was studied under dark and UV light irradiation conditions. The experiments were conducted at room temperature, using zero air as bath gas, in a flow reactor coupled with a SIFT‐MS (selected‐ion flow‐tube mass spectrometer) and a FTIR spectrometer for the gas‐phase monitoring of reactants and products. The steady‐state uptake coefficient and the yields of the...

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International Journal of Chemical Kinetics

Kinetic Analysis of the Decomposition Reaction of the Mercury Jarosite in NaOH Medium

Published: 24 September 2017

Author(s): Sayra Ordoñez, Mizraim U. Flores, Francisco Patiño, Iván A. Reyes, Hernán Islas, Martín Reyes, Eliecer Méndez, Elia G. Palacios

ABSTRACT This work presents the kinetic study of the decomposition in NaOH medium of mercury jarosite whose approximate formula is [Hg0.39(H3O)0.22]Fe2.71(SO4)2.17(OH)4.79(H2O)2.09. The reaction progress takes place on the surface of the compound with diffusion of the hydroxyl ions (OH−) from the solution to the particle surface moving the reaction front toward the interior of the particle, with the release of ions SO42− and Hg2+ from the core...

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International Journal of Chemical Kinetics

Excitation Frequency Dependence of Ultrafast Photoinduced Charge Transfer Dynamics

Published: 24 September 2017

Author(s): Alexey E. Nazarov, Anatoly I. Ivanov

ABSTRACT The dependence of the photoinduced charge transfer rate constant on the pump pulse carrier frequency is shown to be strong, and it is considerably affected by the value of the reorganization energy of low‐frequency modes at the stage of excitation. In the area of small values of the reorganization energy, the dependence of the charge transfer rate constant on the pump pulse carrier frequency is strongly nonmonotonic that is...

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International Journal of Chemical Kinetics

Highly Oxygenated Molecules from Atmospheric Autoxidation of Hydrocarbons: A Prominent Challenge for Chemical Kinetics Studies

Published: 24 September 2017

Author(s): Mikael Ehn, Torsten Berndt, Jürgen Wildt, Thomas Mentel

ABSTRACT Recent advances in chemical ionization mass spectrometry have allowed the detection of a new group of compounds termed highly oxygenated molecules (HOM). These are atmospheric oxidation products of volatile organic compounds (VOC) retaining most of their carbon backbone, and with O/C ratios around unity. Owing to their surprisingly high yields and low vapor pressures, the importance of HOM for aerosol formation has been...

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AIChE Journal

A theory of ultradeep hydrodesulfurization of diesel in stacked‐bed reactors

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Teh C. Ho

Hydrodesulfurization catalysts have two types of active sites for hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis reactions. While hydrogenation sites are more active for desulfurizing refractory sulfur species, they are more susceptible to organonitrogen inhibition than hydrogenolysis sites. In contrast, hydrogenolysis sites are more resistant to organonitrogen inhibition but are less active for desulfurizing refractory sulfur species. This dichotomy...

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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry

Understanding the synergistic effects, optical and electronic properties of ternary Fe/C/S‐doped TiO 2 anatase within the DFT + U approach

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Francis Opoku, Krishna Kuben Govender, Cornelia Gertina Catharina Elizabeth van Sittert, Penny Poomani Govender

Abstract Although TiO2 is an efficient photocatalyst, its large band gap limits its photocatalytic activity only to the ultraviolet region. An experimentally synthesized ternary Fe/C/S‐doped TiO2 anatase showed improved visible light photocatalytic activity. However, a theoretical study of the underlying mechanism of the enhanced photocatalytic activity and the interaction of ternary Fe/C/S‐doped TiO2 has not yet been investigated. In this...

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International Journal of Quantum Chemistry

Complexes between cyclopentene and cyclopentyne derivatives with HCu and FCu. The importance of cyclization effects

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Serra Arslancan, Al Mokhtar Lamsabhi, Otilia Mó, Manuel Yáñez

Abstract B3LYP/6‐311+G(3df,2p)//B3LYP/6‐31+G(d,p) density functional theory calculations show that cyclopentene and cyclopentyne derivatives yield very strong π‐type complexes with HCu and FCu molecules. This interaction is so strong in the case of cyclopentyne derivatives that the complexes formed can be considered as a new kind of metallocycles. These complexes resemble those reported before in the literature for ethylene and...

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Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Low temperature synthesis of TaB 2 nanorods by molten‐salt assisted borothermal reduction

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Tingting Wei, Zetan Liu, Donglou Ren, Xiangong Deng, Qihuang Deng, Qing Huang, Songlin Ran

Abstract TaB2 powders were synthesized by a molten‐salt assisted borothermal reduction method at 900°C‐1000°C in flowing argon using Ta2O5 and amorphous B as starting materials. The results indicated that the presence of liquid phase, such as B2O3 and NaCl/KCl, accelerated the mass transfer of reactant species and resulted in the complete finish of the reaction at low temperatures. The obtained TaB2 powders exhibited a flow‐like shape assembled from...

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Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Nd 3+ ‐Doped Silicate Glasses as an Efficient Color Filter to Improve the Color Gamut of a White LED

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Karam Han, Yong Hwan Kim, Gi Won Chung, Chun Hwa Shin, Hun Hwang, Woon Jin Chung

Abstract Nd3+‐doped silicate glass (Nd‐glass) was employed as a color filter for a white LED based on red and green phosphor (RG‐LED), to manipulate the photoluminescence spectral shape and thus to provide a wider color gamut. The hypersensitive transition of Nd3+:4I9/2→4G5/2,2G7/2 was adjusted via glass composition and Nd concentration, and improved absorbance as well as reduced the absorption bandwidth. The effective absorption of...

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Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Structure‐property relationships in BiScO 3 –PbTiO 3 –PbMg 1/3 Nb 2/3 O 3 ceramics near the morphotropic phase boundary

Published: 23 September 2017

Author(s): Mikhail V. Talanov, Alexander A. Bush, Konstantin E. Кamentsev, Vladimir P. Sirotinkin, Andrei G. Segalla

Abstract The phase structure, dielectric, ferroelectric, and piezoelectric properties of (1−2x)BiScO3–xPbTiO3–xPbMg1/3Nb2/3O3 ceramics (x = 0.30‐0.46) were studied. It was found that an increase in x leads to a structural phase transition between the rhombohedral and tetragonal phase via an intermediate monoclinic phase and to a crossover from the nonergodic relaxor state to the ferroelectric one. It was proposed that at x > 0.42 the phase transition...

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Visible-Light Photoredox Decarboxylative Couplings [Focus Review]
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