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On the atomic environment and the mode of action of the catalytic centre in an intercalated oxo-molybdenum complex [MoO2{O2CC(S)Ph(2)}(2)](2-) for oxygen-transfer reactions

Corma, A; Rey, F; Thomas, JM; Sankar, G; Greaves, GN; Cervilla, A; ... Ribeira, A; + view all (1996) On the atomic environment and the mode of action of the catalytic centre in an intercalated oxo-molybdenum complex [MoO2{O2CC(S)Ph(2)}(2)](2-) for oxygen-transfer reactions. CHEM COMMUN (14) 1613 - 1614.

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Abstract

The title anion accommodated as a pillar in the interlamellar space of a Zn((II))Al-III double hydroxide (hydrotalcite-like) host is shown by X-ray absorption spectroscopy, supplemented by other studies, to possess three terminal Mo=O groups, in contrast to the two that exist in the dispersed, catalytically active anion.

Type:Article
Title:On the atomic environment and the mode of action of the catalytic centre in an intercalated oxo-molybdenum complex [MoO2{O2CC(S)Ph(2)}(2)](2-) for oxygen-transfer reactions
Keywords:DOUBLE HYDROXIDE HOST, TRANSFER MOLYBDOENZYMES, AIR OXIDATION, THIOLS, SITES
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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