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The reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(H 182O)− with ozone: the reactive influence of the solvent water molecul

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The reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(H 182O)− with ozone : the reactive influence of the solvent water molecul. / Pedersen, Henrik B.; Elm, Jonas; Frederiksen, Christian H.; Jessen, Simon P.S.; Teiwes, Ricky; Bilde, Merete.

I: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Bind 22, Nr. 34, 09.2020, s. 19080-19088.

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title = "The reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(H 182O)− with ozone: the reactive influence of the solvent water molecul",
abstract = "We report an investigation of the reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(HO)- with ozone 16O3 to examine the involvement of the water molecules in the oxidation reactions that terminate with the formation of IO3-. Experimentally, we studied the reaction in the gas phase as elementary reactions using a radio-frequency (RF) ion-trap combined with a quadrupole mass spectrometer (QMS). In approximately 1.2% of the reactions of I(HO)- and 16O3, the 18O atom is found to appear in iodine oxide anions, thus giving evidence for a close involvement of the water molecule in a non-negligible number of the reactions towards IO3-. As a part of the experimental investigation, the reaction rate constant for the exchange reaction I(HO)- + HO → I(HO)- + HO at 300 K was found to be (1.3 ± 0.1) × 10-8 cm3 s-1. Quantum chemical calculations are exploited to establish the energetic difference between I(HO)- and I(HO)-.",
author = "Pedersen, {Henrik B.} and Jonas Elm and Frederiksen, {Christian H.} and Jessen, {Simon P.S.} and Ricky Teiwes and Merete Bilde",
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pages = "19080--19088",
journal = "Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics",
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T1 - The reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(H 182O)− with ozone

T2 - the reactive influence of the solvent water molecul

AU - Pedersen, Henrik B.

AU - Elm, Jonas

AU - Frederiksen, Christian H.

AU - Jessen, Simon P.S.

AU - Teiwes, Ricky

AU - Bilde, Merete

PY - 2020/9

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N2 - We report an investigation of the reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(HO)- with ozone 16O3 to examine the involvement of the water molecules in the oxidation reactions that terminate with the formation of IO3-. Experimentally, we studied the reaction in the gas phase as elementary reactions using a radio-frequency (RF) ion-trap combined with a quadrupole mass spectrometer (QMS). In approximately 1.2% of the reactions of I(HO)- and 16O3, the 18O atom is found to appear in iodine oxide anions, thus giving evidence for a close involvement of the water molecule in a non-negligible number of the reactions towards IO3-. As a part of the experimental investigation, the reaction rate constant for the exchange reaction I(HO)- + HO → I(HO)- + HO at 300 K was found to be (1.3 ± 0.1) × 10-8 cm3 s-1. Quantum chemical calculations are exploited to establish the energetic difference between I(HO)- and I(HO)-.

AB - We report an investigation of the reaction of isotope-substituted hydrated iodide I(HO)- with ozone 16O3 to examine the involvement of the water molecules in the oxidation reactions that terminate with the formation of IO3-. Experimentally, we studied the reaction in the gas phase as elementary reactions using a radio-frequency (RF) ion-trap combined with a quadrupole mass spectrometer (QMS). In approximately 1.2% of the reactions of I(HO)- and 16O3, the 18O atom is found to appear in iodine oxide anions, thus giving evidence for a close involvement of the water molecule in a non-negligible number of the reactions towards IO3-. As a part of the experimental investigation, the reaction rate constant for the exchange reaction I(HO)- + HO → I(HO)- + HO at 300 K was found to be (1.3 ± 0.1) × 10-8 cm3 s-1. Quantum chemical calculations are exploited to establish the energetic difference between I(HO)- and I(HO)-.

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DO - 10.1039/d0cp03219k

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JO - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

JF - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

SN - 1463-9076

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