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Charge transfer photochemistry of coordination compounds
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|Statement||Ottó Horváth and Kenneth L. Stevenson.|
|Contributions||Stevenson, Kenneth L.|
|LC Classifications||QD730.C65 H67 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 380 p. :|
|Number of Pages||380|
|ISBN 10||1560815647, 3527895647|
|LC Control Number||92036578|
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Stevenson are the authors of Charge Transfer Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds, published by Wiley. Charge Transfer Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds is a charge transfer reaction of the excited metal complex.
It is concerned primarily with in-depth descriptions and discussions of the photochemistry of complexes themselves, with less emphasis on theoretical discussions. This book is aimed at professional photochemical researchers as well as.
Charge transfer photochemistry of coordination compounds, by 0. Horvath and K.L. Stevenson, VCH, Weinheim,pp., DM ISBN l Great effort has been expended in the design of photoactive coordination compounds, mainly in the direction of solar energy conversion.
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3 Spectra and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds Overview 2 1 Ligand-to-Metal (LMCT) and Metal-to-Ligand (MLCT) Charge- 22 Transfer Bands Charge-Transfer-to-Solvent (CTTS) Bands 25 Other Charge Transfer Transitions 29 References 30 Part 2 4 Copper, Silver, and Gold 35 Copper 35 Copper(I) Complexes Inorganic Chemistry17 (7), DOI: /ica G.
Ferraudi. Photochemical primary processes in copper(I) complexes. A probe for charge transfer to solvent and charge transfer to ligand excited states. Inorganic Chemistry17 (5), DOI: /ica A. Adamson absorption bands absorption spectra acceptor alcohol Amer anions aquation aqueous solution assigned Balzani behavior bond Chapter charge-transfer chelates Chem chemical chemistry complexes configuration coordination compounds Cr(III CT transition CTTL CTTM excited CTTS dependence dissociative distortion donor efficient emission.
Although the spectroscopy and photochemistry of most olefin complexes seem to be determined by MLCT excited states, olefins can also act as CT donors .
This applies to complexes which contain oxidizing metal centers such as Ag(I) and Pd(II).Cited by: Photochemistry of polypyridine and porphyrin complexes, K. Kalyanasundaram, Academic, London: Very comprehensive book on the area with excellent introduction covering theory in much more detail than above.
Vos, J. and Kelly, J. M., Ruthenium polypyridyl chemistry: from basic research to applications and back again, Dalton. Particularly, many reactive metal complexes are characterized by their catalytic activity.
Photochemistry presents one of the most important and versatile methods for the generation of reactive compounds. The design of photochemically generated catalysts requires a deeper insight in the photochemistry Cited by: Summarizes the results of recent studies on charge transfer photochemistry of metal complexities.
Each chapter discusses the photoredox properties of complexes of a series of metals which belong to the same column of the periodic table, including both transition and main group metals.
Charge transfer photochemistry of coordination compounds by by Otto Horvath This Charge transfer photochemistry of coordination compounds book is not really ordinary book, you have it then the world is in your hands. The benefit you get by reading this book is actually. Foremostly, the book covers photoinduced processes in which the primary step is a charge transfer reaction of the excited metal complex.
It is concerned primarily with in-depth descriptions and discussions of the photochemistry of complexes themselves, with less emphasis on theoretical discussions. Introduction to Inorganic Photochemistry Principles and Methods Gerald 6. Porter' University of British Columbia, chemistry of coordination compounds that just preceded the charge transfer and intraligand.
Charge transfer is either metal-to-ligand (CTML) or ligand-to-metal (CTLM), in. CHARGE TRANSFER EXCITATION OF COORDINATION COMPOUNDS. GENERATION OF REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES 1. Introduction Reactive compounds exhibit frequently catalytic properties.
Particularly, many reactive metal complexes are characterized by their catalytic activity. Photochemistry presents one of the most important and versatile methods forFile Size: 3MB. Charge Transfer Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds by Kenneth L.
Stevenson and Ottó Horváth (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. The current state of knowledge in the field of the photochemistry of coordination compounds documented in later chapters indicates that the research on different types of compounds and their properties and Cited by: Photochemistry of transition metal complexes.
Abstract: This chapter illustrates the complementarity of photochemical and radiation chemical techniques to elucidate elementary pathways in mechanistically rich systems. Some of the mechanistic conclusions that have resulted from these studies in Cited by: 9. Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds It seems that you're in USA.
We have a dedicated site for Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds. Editors: Yersin, Hartmut, Vogler, Arnd (Eds Photochemistry and Spectroscopy of Ion Pair Charge Transfer Compounds. Photochemistry of transition-metal coordination compounds Article (PDF Available) in Chemical Reviews 20(1) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.chemistry is generally dominated by the reactivity of metal-centered sp and ligand to metal charge transfer excited states which in most cases initiate inter- and intramolecular photoredox processes.
INTRODUCTION The discussion of the photochemistry of coordination compounds is almost exclusively restricted to complexes of transition metals (refs.Conclusions. Overall, this pair of books is an extremely valuable resource, providing in one place the most comprehensive and up to date summary of the basic principles, main advances and current directions in the field of photophysics and photochemistry of coordination compounds that is available.