The physical properties and unusual pyrolysis behaviour of a supramolecular complex of β-cyclodextrin and potassium ferrioxalate.

@article{Dang2012ThePP,
title={The physical properties and unusual pyrolysis behaviour of a supramolecular complex of $\beta$-cyclodextrin and potassium ferrioxalate.},
author={Zheng Dang and Le Xin Song and Jun Yang and Jie Chen and Yue Teng},
journal={Dalton transactions},
year={2012},
volume={41 10},
pages={
3006-13
}
}
• Published 14 March 2012
• Chemistry
• Dalton transactions
The thermal pyrolysis behaviour of a complex of β-cyclodextrin (CD) and potassium ferrioxalate (PF) was analyzed using gas chromatography coupled to time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Two rare inorganic ions: CO(2)(2+) and O(4)(+), neither of which was found in the cases of free β-CD and PF, were synchronously observed during the decomposition of the complex. Our observations led to proposed formation mechanisms of the ions, in which the structural transformation of a metastable intermediate ion…
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