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Electron Transfer

Mechanisms and Applications

Fukuzumi, Shunichi


1. Auflage März 2020
VIII, 232 Seiten, Hardcover
100 Abbildungen

ISBN: 978-3-527-32666-2
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim


Written by one of the top scientists in this field, this systematic overview covers the central theories and mechanisms in electron transfer, providing examples of powerful applications, ranging from solar cells to hydrogen fuels.

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Written by one of the top scientists in this field, this is a systematic overview of the fundamental concepts and powerful applications.
The author presents the central theories and mechanisms in electron transfer, followed by several systems in nature where this is important, while also covering modern green applications.
An invaluable resource for graduate students and researchers working in this field in academia and industry.

- Introduction
- Marcus Theory of Electron Transfer
- Photosynthetic Reaction Center Models
- Electron Donor-Acceptor Dyads
- Supramolecular Electron Transfer
-- Cation-Anion Binding
-- Pi-Complexes
-- Electron-Transfer Switching
-- Dendrimers
-- Supramolecular Solar Cells
- Effects of Metal Ions on Photoinduced Electron Transfer
- Photoredox Catalysis
-- Photocatalytic Oxygenation
-- Photocatalytic Oxybromination
-- Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation
-- DAN Cleavage
-- Anti-Markovnikov Hydroetherification
-- Photocatalytic Cycloaddition
-- Photocatalytic Hydrotrifluoromethylation
-- Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution
- Hydrogen Storage
-- Interconversion between Hydrogen and Formic Acid
-- Interconversion between Hydrogen and NADH
-- Hydrogen Evolution from Alcohols
-- Hydrogen Evolution from Paraformaldehyde
- Metal Ion-Coupled Electron Transfer (MCET)
-- MCET of O2
-- Binding Modes of Metal Ions
-- Self-Organized MCET
-- Accelerating and Decelerating Effects of Metal Ions
-- Driving Force Dependence of MCET Rate Constants
-- MCET Coupled with Hydrogen Bonding
-- MCET Catalysis
--- Hydride Transfer vs. Cycloaddition
--- SOD Models
-- MCET of Metal-Oxo Complexes
-- PCET of Metal-Oxo Complexes
-- Unified Mechanism of MCET and PCET of Metal-Oxo Complexes
-- MCET of Metal-Peroxo Complexes
- Catalytic Reduction of O2
- Catalytic Oxidation of H2O
- Production of Hydrogen Peroxide from Water and Oxygen as a Solar Fuel
- Production and Usage of Hydrogen Peroxide as a Solar Fuel in Seawater
- Photosystem II Mimic
- Conclusion and Perspective
Shunichi Fukuzumi earned a bachelor's degree and PhD. degree in applied chemistry at Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1973 and 1978, respectively. After working as a postdoctoral fellow (1978-1981) at Indiana University in USA, he joined the Department of Applied Chemistry, Osaka University in 1981 and was promoted to a Full Professor in 1994. Professor Fukuzumi has authored over 600 scientific publications. He is the director of a SORST (Solution Oriented Research for Science and Technology) project. He is also the leader of a Global COE program, Global Education and Research Center for Bio-Environmental Chemistry that started in 2007.

S. Fukuzumi, Osaka University, Japan