Stereodifferentiation in the formation and decay of the encounter complex in bimolecular electron transfer with photoactivated acceptors
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Stereodifferentiation in the formation and decay of the encounter complex in bimolecular electron transfer with photoactivated acceptors

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Pérez Prieto, Julia; Galian, Raquel Eugenia; Morant Miñana, Maria Carmen
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2005

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Experimental evidence has been obtained for the involvement of encounter complexes between both enantiomers of a π,π* triplet excited ketone and a chiral phenol or indole. Determination of the pre-equilibrium constants (KEC) and the intrinsic decay rate constants (kd) indicates a significant stereodifferentiation in both steps of the quenching process.

    Pérez Prieto, Julia; Galian, Raquel Eugenia ; Morant Miñana, Maria Carmen, 2005, Stereodifferentiation in the formation and decay of the encounter complex in bimolecular electron transfer with photoactivated acceptors, Chemical communications, vol. 2005, p. 3180-3182
http://www.rsc.org/ej/CC/2005/b500697j.pdf
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