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This quantity includes invited papers and communications provided on the 3rd eu Workshop assembly on Selective Oxidation through Heterogeneous Catalysis. the aim of the assembly was once to provide fresh effects and to debate new features of partial oxidation via heterogeneous catalysis. the subsequent themes have been mentioned: Novel strategies for acquiring new wonderful chemical compounds by means of catalytic partial oxidation; selective oxidation and oxidative dehydrogenation of alkanes; new catalysts and advances in training tools of oxidation catalysts; new phenomena in partial oxidation and new features of floor chemistry in oxide catalysts; new functions of physicochemical equipment for characterization of oxide catalysts; oxidation with different brokers than oxygen and catalytic oxidation of carbohydrates.
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In this theory the dynamics of intramolecular as well as solvent motions have no influence on the rate constant of the reaction. The formation of some favorable geometry of reactant(s), which allows reaction, is fast compared to the intrinsic electron transfer step. In conjunction with this "frozen-reactant'' approximation, the assumption is made that the orientation of the reactant(s) can be regarded as fixed. This is justified if the electron hopping frequency, expressed by the pre-exponential factors in Eqs.
23 eV. 64eV for anthracene, acridine, pyrene, fluoranthene, and naphthalene, respectively [ 1021) can be accessed. The other locally excited states cannot be directly populated, because their energy levels are much higher than the Gibbs energies for the annihilation of radical ions. In a similar way AGCTSand AGc, for reactions (62) and (63) may be evaluated, if the corresponding energies of both (singlet and triplet) excited intramolecular chargetransfer states are available. The energy of these states can be expressed as follows [ 149-15 I] : where w(rin) is the Coulomb energy that is gained when the two ions (A- and D+) are brought together (with the separation distance rin).
Kapturkiewicz isolated ions activated complex locally excited states AG3 excited intramolecular charge-transfer states triplet singlet 3(d-D) hC7f *Go €3 A-D studied, and according to Eq. Thus the expected values of AGcT~and AGcTT should be nearly equal to zero (AGCTS% AGc, E? AGc, M 0). Analysis of the charge-transfer absorption and emission bands leads to the same conclusion . The energy of the emissive intramolecular charge-transfer state may also be estimated by considering the energy of the Franck-Condon ground state reached in the emission.
Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering, Volume 5 by Richard C. Alkire, Charles W. Tobias