2008 Student Research Conference:
21st Annual Student Research Conference

Reaction of High-Valent Vanadium Complexes with O3 in Aqueous Solution
Ryan D. Bethel
Dr. James M. McCormick and Dr. Russell G. Baughman, Faculty Mentors

To probe whether O3 can function as an oxygen-atom transfer agent in aqueous solution the reaction of NH4[(dipic)V(O)2], dipic = 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylate, with O3 is studied in buffered aqueous solutions at pH 4, 7 and 10. The UV-Vis spectrum of the solution at the end of the ozonization is different at the different pHs. These changes are compared to known high-valent vanadium dipic complexes at the same pH to identify the products of the ozonization. Possible reaction pathways to the observed products will be discussed.

Keywords: Inorganic Chemistry, Vanadium, Ozone, Aqueous Solutions, Oxygen-atom transfer, Ozonization, Reaction, 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylate

Topic(s):Chemistry

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 32-5
Location: VH 1320
Time: 2:15

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