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|Title:||Quenching of excited uranyl ion during its photochemical reduction with triphenylphosphine: Part II - Effect of aromatic hydrocarbons and related compounds|
|Authors:||Sidhu, M S|
|Abstract:||The quenching of electronically excited uranyl ion with aromatic hydrocarbons and related compounds has been measured using a UV-visible spectrophotometer. The lack or presence of aromatic n-electron cloud, extent of positive inductive effect due to methyl substituents on benzene ring and extension of aromatic n-electron cloud determine the order of quenching action of the aromatic hydrocarbons. Triphenylphosphine oxide formed during the photochemical reduction of uranyl ion with triphenylphosphine also quenches excited uranyl ion.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.30A(12) [December 1991]|
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