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Ionic or radical species such as ozonide (0 -), superoxide (0 "), peroxide (0 ") and oxide (O ), may also be formed, associated with reduced surface metal ions, Lewis acid sites, or oxygen vacancies. Even subsurface oxygen has been suggested to occur on perovskite type oxides with properties (generally unselective) different from those of lattice oxygen (32). At low temperatures the O", 0 , and the absorbed 0 * species can be regarded as well characterized. Under controlled conditions, O* and 0 " exists on MgO (33,34), M o 0 / S i 0 and Mo0 /Al 0 (35-57), V 0 / S i 0 , V 0 / A 1 0 (36,37) and ZnO (38).
J. Chem. Soc. A. 1969, 1066. 30. Rappé, A. ; Goddard, W. A. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 1982, 104, 3287. 31. Thesefreeenergies were calculatedfromthe data presented in ref. 30, and from tabulations in O'Neal, H. ; Benson, S. W. "Thermochemistry of Free Radicals" in Free Radicals, Kochi, J. K. ; p. 275, Wiley, New York, 1973, and in Perry's Chemical Engineering Handbook, Sixth Edition, Perry, R. ; Green, D. ; Maloney, J. O. 3-147, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1984. The free energy of hydration of Cl CrO to Cl CrO(OH) was estimated by correlating bond dissociation and heat of formation data for a series of compounds tofreeenergies reported in ref.
Green, D. ; Maloney, J. O. 3-147, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1984. The free energy of hydration of Cl CrO to Cl CrO(OH) was estimated by correlating bond dissociation and heat of formation data for a series of compounds tofreeenergies reported in ref. 30. 32. , Ind. Eng. Chem. Prod. Res. Dev. 1985, 24, 19. 33. Lunsford, J. H. Cat. Rev. -Sri. Eng. 1973, 8, 115. 34. Tench, A. ; Holroyd, P. J. J Chem. , Chem. Comm. 1968, 471. 35. ; Lunsford,J. H. Chem. Phys. Lett. 1973, 19, 348. 36. Shvets ,V. ; Kazansky,V.