SQUID magnetometry as a tool for following a clock reaction in solution

Robert Evans, Kevin B. Henbest, Michael A. Hayward, Melanie M. Britton, Kiminori Maeda, Christiane R. Timmel

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SQUID magnetometry, normally used to characterise the properties of solids, was used to follow a clock reaction in solution, namely the auto-catalytic oxidation of [Co(ii)EDTA] by HO, in real time and it was shown that, in combination with other methods (e.g., magnetic resonance proton relaxation studies and UV-vis absorption analysis), SQUID magnetometry can be a powerful method in elucidating and interpreting the time-profile of chemical reactions so as long as reactants, intermediates and products have suitably large differences in their respective magnetic susceptibilities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2467-2469
Number of pages3
JournalDalton Transactions
Volume2009
Issue number14
Early online date18 Feb 2009
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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SQUIDs
Clocks
Catalytic oxidation
Magnetic susceptibility
Edetic Acid
Chemical reactions
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Magnetometry

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Evans, R., Henbest, K. B., Hayward, M. A., Britton, M. M., Maeda, K., & Timmel, C. R. (2009). SQUID magnetometry as a tool for following a clock reaction in solution. Dalton Transactions, 2009(14), 2467-2469. https://doi.org/10.1039/b819977a
Evans, Robert ; Henbest, Kevin B. ; Hayward, Michael A. ; Britton, Melanie M. ; Maeda, Kiminori ; Timmel, Christiane R. / SQUID magnetometry as a tool for following a clock reaction in solution. In: Dalton Transactions. 2009 ; Vol. 2009, No. 14. pp. 2467-2469.
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SQUID magnetometry as a tool for following a clock reaction in solution. / Evans, Robert; Henbest, Kevin B.; Hayward, Michael A.; Britton, Melanie M.; Maeda, Kiminori; Timmel, Christiane R.

In: Dalton Transactions, Vol. 2009, No. 14, 2009, p. 2467-2469.

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Evans R, Henbest KB, Hayward MA, Britton MM, Maeda K, Timmel CR. SQUID magnetometry as a tool for following a clock reaction in solution. Dalton Transactions. 2009;2009(14):2467-2469. https://doi.org/10.1039/b819977a