The study of Organic chemistry is intertwined with the study of Tungsten in a number of ways. René Thouvenot integrates many fields in his works, including Tungsten and Molybdenum. René Thouvenot connects Optics with Dispersion (optics) in his research. René Thouvenot integrates several fields in his works, including Crystallography and Molecule. His Force constant research extends to Molecule, which is thematically connected. Raman spectroscopy is closely attributed to Optics in his study. His Inorganic chemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Molybdenum. Borrowing concepts from Infrared spectroscopy, René Thouvenot weaves in ideas under Infrared. René Thouvenot applies his multidisciplinary studies on Infrared spectroscopy and Infrared in his research.
His study on Quantum mechanics is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Computational chemistry and Physical chemistry. He merges Physical chemistry with Quantum mechanics in his research. Organic chemistry and Polymer chemistry are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. He integrates several fields in his works, including Polymer chemistry and Organic chemistry. He brings together Inorganic chemistry and Catalysis to produce work in his papers. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry in his work. René Thouvenot merges Crystallography with Crystal structure in his research. René Thouvenot undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crystal structure and Crystallography through his research. His study ties his expertise on Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy together with the subject of Stereochemistry.
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Vibrational investigations of polyoxometalates. 2. Evidence for anion-anion interactions in molybdenum(VI) and tungsten(VI) compounds related to the Keggin structure
Claude Rocchiccioli-Deltcheff;Michel Fournier;Raymonde Franck;Rene Thouvenot.
Inorganic Chemistry (1983)
Functionalization of polyoxometalates: towards advanced applications in catalysis and materials science
Anna Proust;René Thouvenot;Pierre Gouzerh.
Chemical Communications (2008)
Spectres i.r. et Raman d'hétéropolyanions α - XM12O40n− de structure de type Keggin (X = BIII, SiIV, GeIV, PV, AsV et M = WVI et MoVI)
C. Rocchiccioli-Deltcheff;R. Thouvenot;R. Franck.
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (1976)
Vibrational investigations of polyoxometalates. 3. Isomerism in molybdenum(VI) and tungsten(VI) compounds related to the Keggin structure
R. Thouvenot;M. Fournier;R. Franck;C. Rocchiccioli-Deltcheff.
Inorganic Chemistry (1984)
Reinvestigation of epoxidation using tungsten-based precursors and hydrogen peroxide in a biphase medium
Catherine. Aubry;Genevieve. Chottard;Nicole. Platzer;Jean Marie. Bregeault.
Inorganic Chemistry (1991)
31P and 183W NMR Spectroscopic Evidence for Novel Peroxo Species in the "H3[PW12O40].cntdot.yH2O/H2O2" System. Synthesis and X-ray Structure of Tetrabutylammonium (.mu.-Hydrogen phosphato)bis(.mu.-peroxo)bis(oxoperoxotungstate) (2-): A Catalyst of Olefin Epoxidation in a Biphase Medium
Laurent Salles;Catherine Aubry;Rene Thouvenot;Francis Robert.
Inorganic Chemistry (1994)
A New Class of Functionalized Polyoxometalates: Synthetic, Structural, Spectroscopic, and Electrochemical Studies of Organoimido Derivatives of [Mo6O19]2-
Joseph B. Strong;Glenn P. A. Yap;Robert Ostrander;‡ Louise M. Liable-Sands.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Disubstituted tungstosilicates. 1. Synthesis, stability, and structure of the lacunary precursor polyanion of a tungstosilicate .gamma.-SiW10O368-
Jacqueline Canny;Andre Teze;Rene Thouvenot;Gilbert Herve.
Inorganic Chemistry (1986)
New Hybrid Covalent Networks Based on Polyoxometalates: Part 1. Hybrid Networks Based on Poly(ethyl methacrylate) Chains Covalently Cross-linked by Heteropolyanions: Synthesis and Swelling Properties
Cédric R. Mayer and;René Thouvenot;Thierry Lalot.
Chemistry of Materials (2000)
From polyoxometalates to polyoxoperoxometalates and back again; potential applications
Jean-Marie Brégeault;Maxence Vennat;Laurent Salles;Jean-Yves Piquemal.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A-chemical (2006)
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