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Literature-Service: Sulfur containing radicals

Substances: CCS, FSO3, FSO5, CH3SCH2, CH3SCH2O2, (SCN)2-, SO3-, SO4-, SO5-

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CCS
E. Riaplov, M. Wyss, J.P. Maier, D. Panten, G. Chambaud, P. Rosmus, J. Fabian J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 222, 15-21, (2003) Electronic absorption spectra of CCS- and CCS in neon matrices

FSO3; fluorosulfate radical; CAS-No.: 21549-02-0
C.J. Cobos, A.E. Croce de Cobos, H. Hippler, E. Castellano J. Phys. Chem., 93, 3089-3094, (1989) Direct determination of the limiting high-pressure rate constants of the system FSO3 + FSO3 <--> F2S2O6 over the temperature range 293 - 381 K

A.E. Croce J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chem., 51, 293-299, (1990) Spectrokinetic determination of fluorosulphate radical absorption cross-sections

J.D. Burley, H.S. Johnston J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chem., 66, 141-151, (1992) Photoabsorption cross-sections of (FSO3)2 and FSO3

C.J. Cobos, A.E. Croce, E. Castellano J. Fluorine Chem., 79, 157-160, (1996) Absorption cross-sections for vibrationally excited fluorosulphate radicals

M. E. Tucceri, M. P. Badenes, A. E. Croce, C. J. Cobos Chem. Commun., 1, 71-72, (2001) Kinetics of formation of the novel peroxide FC(O)OO(O2)SF

H. Beckers, P. Garcia, H. Willner, G. A. Arguello, C. J. Cobos, J. S. Francisco Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 3754-3757, (2007) Side-On versus End-On Bonding of O2 to the FSO3 Radical: Matrix Isolation and Ab Initio Study of FSO5

FSO5;
A. E. Croce, C. J. Cobos, E. Castellano J. Fluorine Chem., 82, 91-97, (1997) Kinetics of formation and unimolecular decomposition of the FS(O2)OOO radical

H. Beckers, P. Garcia, H. Willner, G. A. Arguello, C. J. Cobos, J. S. Francisco Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 3754-3757, (2007) Side-On versus End-On Bonding of O2 to the FSO3 Radical: Matrix Isolation and Ab Initio Study of FSO5

C2H5S; CH3SCH2; methylthiomethyl radical; CAS-No.: 
T.J. Wallington, T. Ellermann, O.J. Nielsen J. Phys. Chem., 97, 8442-8449, (1993) Atmospheric chemistry of dimethyl sulfide: UV spectra and self-reaction kinetics of CH3SCH2 and CH3SCH2O2 radicals and kinetics of the reactions CH3SCH2 + O2 --> CH3SCH2O2 and CH3SCH2O2 + NO --> CH3SCH2O + NO2

CH3SCH2O2; methylthiomethylperoxy radical; CAS-No.:
T.J. Wallington, T. Ellermann, O.J. Nielsen J. Phys. Chem., 97, 8442-8449, (1993) Atmospheric chemistry of dimethyl sulfide: UV spectra and self-reaction kinetics of CH3SCH2 and CH3SCH2O2 radicals and kinetics of the reactions CH3SCH2 + O2 --> CH3SCH2O2 and CH3SCH2O2 + NO --> CH3SCH2O + NO2

(SCN)2-; thiocyanate dimer radical anion; CAS-No.:
H. Herrmann, D. Hoffmann, T. Schaefer, P. Braeuer, A. Tilgner ChemPhysChem, 11, 3796-3822, (2010) Tropospheric Aqueous-Phase Free-Radical Chemistry: Radical Sources, Spectra, Reaction Kinetics and Prediction Tools

SO3-; sulfite radical anion; sulfur trioxide radical anion; CAS-No.: 
H. Herrmann Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,9, 3935-3964, (2007) On the photolysis of simple anions and neutral molecules as sources of O-/OH, SOx- and Cl in aqueous solution

SO4-; SO4 radical anion; sulfate radical; CAS-No.: 12143-45-2
H. Herrmann, D. Hoffmann, T. Schaefer, P. Braeuer, A. Tilgner ChemPhysChem, 11, 3796-3822, (2010) Tropospheric Aqueous-Phase Free-Radical Chemistry: Radical Sources, Spectra, Reaction Kinetics and Prediction Tools

SO5-; SO5 radical anion; sulfur pentoxide radical anion; CAS-No.: 
H. Herrmann Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,9, 3935-3964, (2007) On the photolysis of simple anions and neutral molecules as sources of O-/OH, SOx- and Cl in aqueous solution