Development and application of a new electrochemical cell allowing EPR/ENDOR and NIR measurements View Full Text


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1997-11

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J. Friedrich, M. Baumgarten

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A new kind of electrochemical cell facilitates the bulk generation of anions and cations by almost “in situ” potential controlled electrolysis and their spectroscopic characterization. The application of the cell is demonstrated with [60]fullerene and 1-(9′-anthryl)-pyrene, for the reduction processes and 10,10′-(m-phenylene)diphenothiazine for the oxidation. In the case of [60]fullerene the reduction up to the trianion was performed and monitored by means of UV/Vis and EPR spectroscopy. The dianion clearly remains paramagnetic with a dominating EPR signal in liquid solution and zero field splitting characteristic for aS=1 state in frozen solution at 135 K, while further reduction leads to the monoradical trianion. 1-(9′-anthryl)-pyrene was reduced to the monoanion and a well resolved ENDOR spectrum was recorded. The ENDOR spectrum confirms that the spin density is unambiguously localized on the anthracene subunit. For the oxidation, 10,10′-(m-phenylene)diphenothiazine was used with a first redox potential of 0.6 V vs. the reference electrode, where the UV/Vis spectra show aλmax at 514 nm. Further oxidation at 0.8 V leads to a biradical which exhibits zero field splittings and a δms=2 transition in frozen solution at 135 K. More... »

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393-403

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