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Spectroscopic properties of anion radicals studied using pulse radiolysis

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The anion radicals of benzophenone, amino derivatives of benzophenone, flourenone, furil and antharcene have been generated by pulse radiolysis in acetonitrile solution and their spectroscopic and kinetic properties have been characterized. The G-value for generation of anion radicals in acetonitrile has been measured to be 1.01 ± 0.1 per 100 eV. We have also investigated the electron-transfer reactions from anion radicals of one kind of solutes to the ground state of another solute. This study has demonstrated that pulse radiolysis can be a useful technique for generation and characterization of anion radicals and for studying electron-transfer reactions using acetonitrile as solvent.


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