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Reductive Sorption of Molecular Oxygen from Water on Silver–KU-23 Sulfo-Cation Exchanger Nanocomposites in Different Ionic Forms

  • Autor: Kipriyanova, E. / Kravchenko, T. / Konev, D. / Kalinichev, A. /  Hoell, W. (2010)

  • Quelle: Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A 84 (2010),  6, 994–999

  • Datum: 2010
  • Kipriyanova, E. / Kravchenko, T. / Konev, D. / Kalinichev, A. /  Hoell, W. (2010): „Reductive Sorption of Molecular Oxygen from Water on Silver–KU-23 Sulfo-Cation Exchanger Nanocomposites in Different Ionic Forms“. In: Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A 84 (2010),  6, 994–999

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It was found that the rate of reductive sorption of molecular oxygen on dispersed silver-KU-23 sulfo-cation exchanger nanocomposites depends substantially on the ionic form (H+, Ag+, Na+ forms) of the nanocomposite.

It was established that the observed dependence is due to the influence of the composition of the medium in pores of the ion-exchange matrix, which serve as nanoreactors, on the rate of the chemical reaction between silver nanoparticles and dissolved molecular oxygen.