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Newly-developed in situ time-resolved spectroscopic techniques to reveal homogeneous catalytic reaction mechanisms

Newly-developed in situ time-resolved spectroscopic techniques to reveal homogeneous catalytic reaction mechanisms
Newly-developed in situ time-resolved spectroscopic techniques to reveal homogeneous catalytic reaction mechanisms
In summary, we have developed a new combined spectroscopic setup, which is a powerful tool for the in situ and time-resolved characterisation of reaction intermediates and therefore for the determination of reaction mechanisms. In principle every metal can be studied, however, the time resolution and quality of the data are dependent on the metal and its concentrations used.
xafs, UV-Vis, ede, time-resolved, homogeneous, catalysis
85-87
Tromp, M.
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van Strijdonck, G.P.F.
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van Berkel, S.S.
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van den Hoogenband, A.
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Feiters, M.C.
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de Bruin, B.
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Fiddy, S.G.
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van der Eerden, A.M.J.
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van Bokhoven, J.A.
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van Leeuwen, P.W.N.M.
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Koningsberger, D.C.
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Tromp, M.
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van Strijdonck, G.P.F.
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van Berkel, S.S.
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van den Hoogenband, A.
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Feiters, M.C.
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de Bruin, B.
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Fiddy, S.G.
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van der Eerden, A.M.J.
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van Bokhoven, J.A.
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van Leeuwen, P.W.N.M.
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Koningsberger, D.C.
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Tromp, M., van Strijdonck, G.P.F., van Berkel, S.S., van den Hoogenband, A., Feiters, M.C., de Bruin, B., Fiddy, S.G., van der Eerden, A.M.J., van Bokhoven, J.A., van Leeuwen, P.W.N.M. and Koningsberger, D.C. (2005) Newly-developed in situ time-resolved spectroscopic techniques to reveal homogeneous catalytic reaction mechanisms. European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Highlights, 85-87.

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Abstract

In summary, we have developed a new combined spectroscopic setup, which is a powerful tool for the in situ and time-resolved characterisation of reaction intermediates and therefore for the determination of reaction mechanisms. In principle every metal can be studied, however, the time resolution and quality of the data are dependent on the metal and its concentrations used.

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Published date: February 2005
Keywords: xafs, UV-Vis, ede, time-resolved, homogeneous, catalysis

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Local EPrints ID: 47119
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/47119
PURE UUID: 4e51a512-7092-4637-836d-f9bf8a9fec2d

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Date deposited: 26 Jul 2007
Last modified: 24 Jul 2020 16:38

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Author: M. Tromp
Author: G.P.F. van Strijdonck
Author: S.S. van Berkel
Author: A. van den Hoogenband
Author: M.C. Feiters
Author: B. de Bruin
Author: S.G. Fiddy
Author: A.M.J. van der Eerden
Author: J.A. van Bokhoven
Author: P.W.N.M. van Leeuwen
Author: D.C. Koningsberger

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