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Electronic state and three-dimensional structure of Mn(III) active sites in manganese-containing aluminophosphate molecular sieve catalysts for the oxyfunctionalisation of alkanes

, : Electronic state and three-dimensional structure of Mn(III) active sites in manganese-containing aluminophosphate molecular sieve catalysts for the oxyfunctionalisation of alkanes. Chemical Communications: 734-735

Combined in situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy measurements and quantum mechanical calculations yield a quantitative three-dimensional structure of the tetrahedrally coordinated Mn(III) active sites in MnAlPO catalysts.


PMID: 12119697

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