Electron hydration and ion-electron pairs in water clusters containing trivalent metal ions.

Abstract

The hydrated electron is one of the most fundamental nucleophiles in aqueous solution, yet it is a transient species in liquid water, making it challenging to study. The solvation thermodynamics of the electron are important for determining the band structure and properties of water and aqueous solutions. However, a wide range of values for the electron… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ja9079385

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@article{Donald2010ElectronHA, title={Electron hydration and ion-electron pairs in water clusters containing trivalent metal ions.}, author={W Alexander Donald and Maria Demireva and Ryan D. Leib and M Jeannette Aiken and Evan R Williams}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, year={2010}, volume={132 13}, pages={4633-40} }