Reorientation dynamics of cyclohexadienyl radicals in zeolites
The dynamics of the muonium substituted cyclohexadienyl radical adsorbed on silicalite and NaZSM‐5 is investigated by means of avoided level crossing muon spin resonance. The influence of benzene loading on the mobility of the radical is studied. At low loadings the radicals were found to be located on a single adsorption site where they undergo a wobbling type of motion. With increasing loading an additional species adsorbed on a different site is observed.
KeywordsZeolite Silicalite Paul Scherrer Institute Reorientation Dynamic Cyclohexadienyl Radical
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