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By Rudi van Eldik

ISBN-10: 0120236559

ISBN-13: 9780120236558

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Extension to other metals and types of radicals is essential before one can even begin to understand whether such reactions take place in catalytic oxidation systems and/or in aerobic organisms, and whether or how to exploit or suppress them. CraqOO2 þ also acts as a catalyst for oxidations with O2 in the presence of HNO2. Radical coupling, this time with NO, is again an essential mechanistic step. The catalysis takes advantage of the demonstrated preference for an intermediate, CraqO2 þ , to react in two-electron, hydride-transfer steps with organic materials.

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The observed behavior supports our contention 34 A. BAKAC that the fragments NO2 and L2(H2O)RhO2 þ are being scavenged, rather than their precursor, L2(H2O)RhOONO2 þ . Another observation that supports the proposed scheme comes from the much smaller yield of ABTSÀ at pH 11 than in acidic solutions in the presence of an excess of NO. The known chemistry of NO, NO2, and N2O3 is responsible for this pH e¡ect. The rapid reaction between NO and NO2, Eq. (41) (189), produces N2O3, which hydrolyzes, Eq.

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