Applications to Catalysis and Environmental Science
- Anders LundAffiliated withDepartment of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, IFM, Linkoping University Email author
- , Masaru ShiotaniAffiliated withGraduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University
- , Shigetaka ShimadaAffiliated withGraduate School of Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology
Electronic and geometrical structures of NO-Na+ and Cu(I)-NO complexes formed in zeolites are discussed based on the g and the 14N and 23Na hf values evaluated by multi-frequency ESR, pulsed ENDOR and HYSCORE methods. The structure of (NO)2 bi-radical formed in zeolites is discussed based on X- and Q-band ESR spectra. Microenvironment effects on the molecular dynamics and the thermal stability of triethyl- and tripropyl-amine radical cations as spin probes are presented referring to the CW-X-band ESR results and theoretical DFT calculations. X- and Q-band ESR studies on nitrogen-doped TiO2 semiconductor reveal that the diamagnetic N– ion in the system absorbs visible light so as to excite an electron of N– to the conduction band. The photo-catalytic reactions of TiO2 are modified by introducing O2 molecules which scavenge a fraction of photoexcited electrons to generate O2 –. ESR spectral characteristics of adsorbed O2 –, g-tensor and hf structure of labeled 17O (I = 7/2), are presented.
- Applications to Catalysis and Environmental Science
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- Principles and Applications of ESR Spectroscopy
- Book Part
- Part II
- pp 273-320
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- Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
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- 1. Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, IFM, Linkoping University, The Emeritus Academy, Linkoping University, SE-581 83, Linkoping, Sweden
- 2. Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University, 4-26-8 Takamigaoka, Takaya, Higashi-Hiroshima, 739-2115, Japan
- 3. Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 44-66 Midorigaoka, Midori-Machi, Owari-Asahi, 488-0822, Japan
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