Unprecedented hydrolysis reactions are observed in the gas phase in clusters containing doubly-charged vanadium oxides and hydroxide anions, SO2and H2O. The experimental and computational study shows the cooperative effects of the vanadium species, V2O62-and HV3O92-, and sulfur dioxide on the enhancement of the hydrogen bonds of water that allows the acid-base reaction and charge separation in the doubly-charged ion.

Sulphur dioxide cooperation in hydrolysis reactions of vanadium oxide and hydroxide cluster dianions / Troiani, Anna; Rosi, Marzio; Garzoli, Stefania; Salvitti, Chiara; De Petris, Giulia. - In: NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1144-0546. - STAMPA. - 42:6(2018), pp. 4008-4016. [10.1039/c7nj05011a]

Sulphur dioxide cooperation in hydrolysis reactions of vanadium oxide and hydroxide cluster dianions

Troiani, Anna;Garzoli, Stefania;Salvitti, Chiara;De Petris, Giulia
2018

Abstract

Unprecedented hydrolysis reactions are observed in the gas phase in clusters containing doubly-charged vanadium oxides and hydroxide anions, SO2and H2O. The experimental and computational study shows the cooperative effects of the vanadium species, V2O62-and HV3O92-, and sulfur dioxide on the enhancement of the hydrogen bonds of water that allows the acid-base reaction and charge separation in the doubly-charged ion.
catalysis; chemistry (all); materials chemistry2506 metals and alloys
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Sulphur dioxide cooperation in hydrolysis reactions of vanadium oxide and hydroxide cluster dianions / Troiani, Anna; Rosi, Marzio; Garzoli, Stefania; Salvitti, Chiara; De Petris, Giulia. - In: NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 1144-0546. - STAMPA. - 42:6(2018), pp. 4008-4016. [10.1039/c7nj05011a]
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