Catalytic Selective Oxidation by S. Ted Oyama and Joe W. Hightower (Eds.)

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These allylic probes were expected to adsorb on the molybdenum oxide surface to provide, respectively, M-O-C and M-C bonded intermediates. 0 wt% M0O3/S1O2, which Raman spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction showed to consist of fine (~ 5nm) crystallites 14 of M0O3 (23). The laser Raman spectra of the adsorbed allyl alcohol and allyl iodide are shown in Fig. 3a and 3b. It can be seen that the spectra for both species are slightly different, although the grouping of peaks are related. The assignment of these peaks are summarized in Table 1.

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