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A straightforward implementation of in situ solution electrochemical ¹³C NMR spectroscopy for studying reactions on commercial electrocatalysts: ethanol oxidation.
A straightforward implementation of in situ solution electrochemical (13)C NMR spectroscopy for the first time that enables in situ studies of reactions on commercial fuel-cell electrocatalysts (Pt and PtRu blacks). Expand
A novel SiO2 supported Pd metal catalyst for the Heck reaction
A ligand-free heterogeneous metal catalyst system (represented as Pd/SiO2 (O)) derived by calcination of Pd(acac)2/SiO2 in air and its catalytic properties toward the Heck coupling of bromobenzeneExpand
Volatile barium β-diketonates for use as MOCVD precursors
Abstract Metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) techniques have been used to deposit thin superconducting films of YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-x . A limitation of the technique lies in the volatility ofExpand
Synthesis and structure of (4,4'-H(2)bpy)[V2(HPO4)4(4,4'-bpy)2], a novel two-dimensional network compound.
The synthesis and characterization of the first metal phosphate containing 4,4‘-bipyridine in two distinct forms is described; the structure consists of phosphate-bridged vanadium(III) chains, whichExpand
Activation energies and formation rate constants for organic arsenical-antidote adducts as determined by dynamic NMR spectroscopy.
Phenyldichloroarsine reacts with 1,3-dimercapto-2-propanol and 1,2-dimercaptopropane to form 1:1 adducts in the form of a six-membered and five-membered heteroatom rings. Two geometric isomers forExpand
Surface organometallic chemistry: formation of the grafted dianionic cluster [Rh6(CO)15]2− upon adsorption of Rh6(CO)16 on a partially-hydroxylated magnesia
Abstract The adsorption of the cluster Rh 6 (CO) 16 on the surface of partially hydroxylated magnesia leads mainly to the dianionic cluster [Mg] 2+ [Rh 6 (CO) 15 ] 2− , which has been characterizedExpand
Structure of 4'-methoxychalcone
C 16 H 14 O 2 cristallise dans Pbca avec a = 10,891, b = 30,507 et c = 7,499 A, Z = 8; affinement jusqu'a R = 0,053. L'angle de torsion du groupe C 2 H 2 CO est de -17,7 °. L'angle diedre entre lesExpand