Part I: Nano-engineering strong silica aerogels ; Part II: Redox chemistry of 4-benzoylpyridinium cations: a Hammett linear free energy perspective
Nano engineering strong silica aerogels
Redox chemistry of 4-benzoylpyridinium cations: a Hammett linear free energy perspective
Nanoengineered silica-polymer composite aerogels with no need for supercritical fluid drying
Isocyanate cross-linked silica aerogel monoliths: preparation and characterization
Tuning the redox chemistry of 4-benzoyl-N-methylpyridinium cations through para-substitution. Hammett linear free energy relationships, and the relative aptitude of the two-electron reduced forms for H-bonding
Electrochemical reduction of 4-benzoyl-N-(4-substituted benzyl)pyridinium cations: substitution effects and linear free energy relationships
Multiple substitution effects and three-dimensional non-linear free energy relationships in the electro-chemical reduction of the N,N'-dibenzylviologen and the 4-benzoyl-N-benzylpyridinium cation
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Ph. D. in Chemistry
University of Missouri--Rolla
xiv, 164 leaves
© 2004 Guohui Zhang, All rights reserved.
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Linear free energy relationship
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Zhang, Guo-Hui, "Part I: Nano-engineering strong silica aerogels ; Part II: Redox chemistry of 4-benzoylpyridinium cations: a Hammett linear free energy perspective" (2004). Doctoral Dissertations. 1541.
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