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GENERATION OF AU2+ IONS IN THE SOLID-STATE OR IN FLUOROSULFURIC ACID-SOLUTION AND THEIR IDENTIFICATION BY ESR

TitleGENERATION OF AU2+ IONS IN THE SOLID-STATE OR IN FLUOROSULFURIC ACID-SOLUTION AND THEIR IDENTIFICATION BY ESR
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsHerring, FG, Hwang, G, Lee, KC, Mistry, F, Phillips, PS, Willner, H, Aubke, F
JournalJournal of the American Chemical Society
Volume114
Pagination1271-1277
Date PublishedFeb
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0002-7863
KeywordsBR2+, bromine, CATIONS, COMPLEX, GOLD(III) FLUOROSULFATE, HSO3F, I2+, palladium, SILVER(II)
Abstract

{The partial pyrolysis of gold(III) fluorosulfate, Au(SO3F)3, at temperatures below 145-degrees-C allows the generation of Au2+ defects in the solid residue by reductive elimination of SO3F. radicals. Solvated Au2+ is obtained by the reduction of Au(SO3F)3 in HSO3F solution by gold powder at 65-degrees-C. Both systems are studied by ESR and identical high g(iso) values of g = 2.360 are found. Hyperfine splitting due to Au-197

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