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Perspectives in Biol. and Med. 5, 147 (1962). The Catalytic Decomposition of Formic Acid P. MARS, J. J. F. SCHOLTEN, AND P. ZWIETERING Central Laboratory Staatsniijnen in Limburg, Qeleen, Netherlands I. ntroduction ........................................................ 5 11. General Aspects of the Reaction. 38 111. Dehydrogenation of Formic Acid.. 39 39 A. Dehydrogenation on Metals.. B. Dehydrogenation on Metal Alloys. 72 C. Dehydrogenation on Oxides. 81 IV. Dehydration of Formic Acid..
At first we were thinking in terms of charge transfer complexes in which the absorption of light leads to an excited state which can be described in quantum terms as a state in which there has been effective charge transfer from the donor to the acceptor; in an excited state there is more - VIOLANTHRENE ORTHO-CHLORANU BC (-72. C ) 20 40 80 60 TIME IN too 120 SECONDS FIQ. 11. Semilog plots of the time dependence of photoconductivity and light induced in ESR in violanthrene treated with 0-chloranil.
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