hydrated electron

hydrated electron

[′hī‚drād·əd i′lek‚trän]
(physical chemistry)
An electron released during ionization of a water molecule by water and surrounded by water molecules oriented so that the electron cannot escape. Also known as aqueous electron.
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The most fundamental aqueous anion is the hydrated electron and it represents a benchmark for understanding solvation and electron-water interactions in solution.
The hydrated electron and I atom are finally separated by diffusion.
The electron binding energy of a hydrated electron has been speculated to be 3.
2010) Direct measurement of vertical binding energy of a hydrated electron.
1962) Absorption spectrum of hydrated electron in water and in aqueous solutions.
2004) Hydrated electron dynamics: From clusters to bulk.
1990) Photoelectron-spectroscopy of hydrated electron cluster anions, [([H.
2008) Photoelectron spectra of hydrated electron clusters vs.
2011) Nature's most squishy ion: The important role of solvent polarization in the description of the hydrated electron.
The absorption of hydrated electron was thus recorded that showed a peak at 578 nm.
In water they are referred to as hydrated electrons.