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In situ investigations of the polyoxometalate Trojan Horse compound K Na[W O(SO) (HO)]·20HO under high temperature and high pressure conditions

Cabrera, RQ; McMillan, PF; Long, D-L; Cronin, L; (2010) In situ investigations of the polyoxometalate Trojan Horse compound K Na[W O(SO) (HO)]·20HO under high temperature and high pressure conditions. CrystEngComm , 12 (9) 2568 - 2572. 10.1039/c003388j.

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Abstract

We have used Raman and IR spectroscopy to study the oxidation reaction of sulfite groups in the unique polyoxometalate compound KNa[W O(SO)(H O)]·20HO with a structure related to the Wells-Dawson type in situ at high temperature and high pressure. The results give new insights into the unusual redox process that occurs in this compound with electrons and O ions transferred between the polyoxometalate cluster and SO /SO groups held within the cage in a process that has been termed the "Trojan Horse" effect. © 2010 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Type:Article
Title:In situ investigations of the polyoxometalate Trojan Horse compound K Na[W O(SO) (HO)]·20HO under high temperature and high pressure conditions
DOI:10.1039/c003388j
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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