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Structure-dependent reactivity of Criegee intermediates studied with spectroscopic methods

Structure-dependent reactivity of Criegee intermediates studied with spectroscopic methods
Wen Chao, Jim Jr-Min Lin
Criegee intermediates can be prepared by two methods and may play important roles in atmospheric chemistry. Anti-type Criegee intermediates react quickly with water dimer; Syn-type Criegee intermediates may undergo thermal decomposition via intramolecular hydrogen atom tunneling. In addition, the pros and cons of each spectroscopic method in probing Criegee intermediates in kinetic experiments will also be discussed.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CS/~3/7mWkisWGgEE/C7CS00336F

DOI: 2017/CS/C7CS00336F

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