Photocatalytic Isomerization of Caffeic Acid and its Cyclization to Esculetin

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tThe photoisomerization of trans-caffeic acid to cis-caffeic acid has been studied in the presence of N2in homogeneous aqueous solutions and in suspensions of various TiO2catalysts. The results supportedthe hypothesis of an energy transfer process from TiO2 to the substrate due to the recombination of the photogenerated electron–hole pairs.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Cyclization
Isomerization
Photoisomerization
Energy transfer
Suspensions
Electrons
Substrates
esculetin
caffeic acid

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AU - Palmisano, Leonardo

AU - Loddo, Vittorio

AU - Pibiri, Ivana

AU - Bellardita, Marianna

AU - Parrino, Francesco

PY - 2015

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