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|Title: ||Using XANES to monitor the oxidation state of cobalt complexes.|
|Authors: ||Hall, MD|
|Issue Date: ||14-Feb-2007|
|Publisher: ||CSIRO Publishing|
|Citation: ||Hall, M. D., Underwood, C. K., Failes, T. W., Foran, G. J., & Hambley, T. W. (2007). Using XANES to monitor the oxidation state of cobalt complexes. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 60(3), 180-183.|
|Abstract: ||X-Ray absorption near-edge structure (XANES) spectroscopy was used to monitor the oxidation state of cobalt following treatment of Co-III complexes with reducing agents such as ascorbate and cysteine. It was established that the XANES spectra of mixtures of Co-II and Co-III complexes can be used to calculate proportions of the two oxidation states by monitoring the height of the Co K-edge. The relationships developed were used to estimate proportions of each complex in solutions of Co-III complexes treated with reducing agents. © 2007, CSIRO Publishing|
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