Meyerstein D
Meyerstein D
Chemical Sciences Dept., Ariel University, Ariel, Israel & Chemistry Dept., Ben-Gurion University
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The fenton reagents
S Goldstein, D Meyerstein, G Czapski
Free radical biology and medicine 15 (4), 435-445, 1993
6971993
The reactivity of aromatic compounds toward hydroxyl radicals
M Anbar, D Meyerstein, P Neta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 70 (8), 2660-2662, 1966
2761966
Reactions of low-valent transition-metal complexes with hydrogen peroxide. Are they" Fenton-like" or not? 1. The case of Cu+ aq and Cr2+ aq
M Masarwa, H Cohen, D Meyerstein, DL Hickman, A Bakac, JH Espenson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 110 (13), 4293-4297, 1988
2381988
Comments on the mechanism of the “Fenton-like” reaction
S Goldstein, D Meyerstein
Accounts of Chemical Research 32 (7), 547-550, 1999
2221999
Reactivity of aliphatic compounds towards hydroxyl radicals
M Anbar, D Meyerstein, P Neta
Journal of the Chemical Society B: Physical Organic, 742-747, 1966
1851966
Chromium-carbon bonds in aqueous solutions. Pulse radiolytic study
H Cohen, D Meyerstein
Inorganic Chemistry 13 (10), 2434-2443, 1974
1301974
Stabilization of the monovalent nickel complex with 1, 4, 8, 11-tetraazacyclotetradecane in aqueous solutions by N-and C-methylation. An electrochemical and pulse radiolysis study
N Jubran, G Ginzburg, H Cohen, Y Koresh, D Meyerstein
Inorganic Chemistry 24 (3), 251-258, 1985
1211985
Use of hydrophobic ligands for the stabilization of low-valent transition metal complexes. 1. The effect of N-methylation of linear tetraazaalkane ligands on the properties of …
G Golub, H Cohen, P Paoletti, A Bencini, L Messori, I Bertini, D Meyerstein
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (32), 8353-8361, 1995
1071995
Reactions of aliphatic free radicals with copper cations in aqueous solution. Part 2.—Reactions with cupric ions: a pulse radiolysis study
M Freiberg, D Meyerstein
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry …, 1980
1021980
Trivalent copper. I. Pulse radiolytic study of the chemical properties of the aquo complex
D Meyerstein
Inorganic Chemistry 10 (3), 638-641, 1971
971971
Are M–N bonds indeed inherently weaker when N is a tertiary rather than a primary or secondary nitrogen atom?
D Meyerstein
Coordination chemistry reviews 185, 141-147, 1999
901999
Stabilization of the tervalent nickel complex with meso-5, 7, 7, 12, 14, 14-hexamethyl-1, 4, 8, 11-tetraazacyclotetradecane by axial coordination of anions in aqueous solution
E Zeigerson, I Bar, J Bernstein, LJ Kirschenbaum, D Meyerstein
Inorganic Chemistry 21 (1), 73-80, 1982
901982
Oxidation of organic substrates in aerated aqueous solutions by the Fenton reagent
A Masarwa, S Rachmilovich-Calis, N Meyerstein, D Meyerstein
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 249 (17-18), 1937-1943, 2005
862005
Redox chemistry of nickel complexes in aqueous solutions
I Zilbermann, E Maimon, H Cohen, D Meyerstein
Chemical reviews 105 (6), 2609-2626, 2005
822005
New mechanistic aspects of the Fenton reaction
S Rachmilovich‐Calis, A Masarwa, N Meyerstein, D Meyerstein, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 15 (33), 8303-8309, 2009
812009
Charge-transfer complexes of iodine and inorganic anions in solution
D Meyerstein, A Treinin
Transactions of the Faraday Society 59, 1114-1120, 1963
781963
Oxidation of first-row bivalent transition-metal complexes containing ethylenediaminetetra-acetate and nitrilotriacetate ligands by free radicals: a pulse-radiolysis study
J Lati, D Meyerstein
Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, 1105-1118, 1978
771978
Mechanism of the catalytic hydrogen production by gold sols. Hydrogen/deuterium isotope effect studies
K Kopple, D Meyerstein, D Meisel
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 84 (8), 870-875, 1980
741980
Trivalent copper. II. Pulse radiolytic study of the formation and decomposition of amino complexes
D Meyerstein
Inorganic Chemistry 10 (10), 2244-2249, 1971
731971
Absorption spectra of NO–3 in solution
D Meyerstein, A Treinin
Transactions of the Faraday Society 57, 2104-2112, 1961
711961
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