Studies of ruthenium nitrosyl-nitro-nitrato-aquo complexes in aqueous nitric acid.
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Studies of ruthenium nitrosyl-nitro-nitrato-aquo complexes in aqueous nitric acid. by Soedyartomo Soentono

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Chemistry.

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Open LibraryOL21515612M

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@article{osti_, title = {NITROSYLRUTHENIUM NITRATO COMPLEXES IN AQUEOUS NITRIC ACID}, author = {Fletcher, J.M. and Brown, P.G.M. and Gardner, E.R. and Hardy, C.J. and Wain, A.G. and Woodhead, J.L.}, abstractNote = {Paper chromatographic and ion exchange studies of nitrosylruthenium nitrato complexes in to M nitric acid have enabled the complexes . Studies of ruthenium nitrosyl-nitro-nitrato-aquo complexes in aqueous nitric acid. Author: Soentono, S. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Salford Current Institution: University of Salford Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. A series of nitratoaquo nitrosylruthenium complexes, of general formula [RuNO(NO 3) y (OH) 3−y (H 2 O) 2], has been aqueous solution they give rise to anionic and cationic ruthenium species; the higher nitrato complexes are hydrolysed at room temperature at a rapid but measurable rate to lower nitrato complexes; condensation to polynuclear species Cited by: Abstract. Aqueous and nitric acid solutions of Na 2 [Ru 15 NO(15 NO 2) 4 OH] in the concentration range \(c_{H^{15} NO_3 }\) = 0– mol/L have been studied by 15 N NMR, dominating complex species have been identified, and the equilibrium constants for the nitrate ion incorporation into the inner coordination sphere of nitrosoruthenium have been estimated.. Cited by:

Electrochemical studies on the reduction behaviour of ruthenium nitrosyl ions in nitric acid medium Pravati Swain, C. Mallika, Ch. Jagadeeswara Rao, U. Kamachi Mudali, R. Natarajan Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 45 (2), Cited by: A regenerable ruthenium tetraammine nitrosyl complex immobilized on a modified silica gel surface: Preparation and studies of nitric oxide release and nitrite-to-NO conversion. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , (2), Cited by: Selected Refs. [I-3] reflect the scope of the work done in the past. A large number of ruthenium complexes are formed in nitric acid, which can be represented by the general formula RuNOX5 where X is one or more of the ligands NO3, NO2~, OH and HCited by:   Ab initio molecular orbital calculations have been performed to develop an elementary reaction mechanism for the autocatalytic and scavenging reactions of hydroxylamine in an aqueous nitric acid medium. An improved understanding of the titled reactions is needed to determine the “stability boundary of hydroxylamine” for safe operations of the Cited by:

Photorelease of nitric oxide (NO) on ruthenium nitrosyl complexes with phenyl substituted terpyridines. New Journal of Chemistry , 41 (15), DOI: / by: Electrochemical studies on the reduction behaviour of ruthenium nitrosyl ions in nitric acid medium Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 45(2) . Nine nitrosyl ruthenium complexes have been separated and identified in aqueous solutions of nitric acid. The separation method was low temperature, gradient elution, reverse phase partition. In nitric acid solutions, Ru typically exists as the ruthenium(III) nitrosyl species (RuNO 3+) which forms nitrate and nitrato complexes [,, ]. Boswell et al. have identified more than nine different RuNO 3+ species in nitric acid solutions aged for a period of one by: 1.