A pulse radiolysis study of the reactivity of Cl2− and Br2− relative to vanadyl ions in aqueous solution
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The rate constants of the reactions of vanadium(IV) ions with Cl2− and Br2− ions were measured by pulse radiolysis in acidic aqueous solution.
These rate constants increase with increasing acidity. This effect is attributed to “equalization” of the vanadium(IV) and vandium(V) ion species in strongly acidic media.
KeywordsAqueous Solution Acidity Vanadium Acidic Medium Acidic Aqueous Solution
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