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|Title:||Quenching of excited uranyl ion during its photochemical reduction by triphenylphosphine: Part III|
|Authors:||Sidhu, M S|
Singh, R J
|Abstract:||Relative rates of bimolecular quenching of excited uranyl ion by some mono and disubstituted benzene derivatives have been measured during its photochemical reduction with triphenylphosphine. For the related compounds in a series it has been found that substituent groups enriching the aromatic π-electron cloud due to resonance stabilization, show an enhanced photophysical quenching action. The substituents decreasing the π-electron cloud and delocalization of positive charge over the benzene ring decrease the quenching action.|
|ISSN:||IJC-A Vol.32A(06) [June 1993]|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.32A(06) [June 1993]|
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