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Photoionization and Energy-Dependent Photochemistry of Hydrocarbons in Zsm5†

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Photostimulated processes involving unsaturated hydrocarbon molecules adsorbed in ZSM5 were investigated under oxygen-free conditions. The primary products of photoionization (radical cations) and neutral photochemistry (radicals) were observed by EPR spectroscopy. Photoionization is a multiphoton process over the wavelength range studied (248-600 nm). Radical products indicate single-photon C-C bond dissociation and multiphoton C-H bond dissociation reactions of neutral excited states. The implications for applications of zeolites in photocatalysis are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois 60439, USA

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2017-07-25

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