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Carbon-Centered Radicals II (Numerical Data & Functional Relationships in Science & Technology)

by K.-D. Asmus

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic & molecular physics,
  • Chemistry - Organic,
  • Magnetism,
  • Physics,
  • Science / Physics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages538
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12776589M
    ISBN 103540560556
    ISBN 109783540560555

    EPR spin trapping technique, using various spin trapping agents, was applied to monitor the generation of reactive radical species (oxygen- and carbon-centered radicals) in irradiated CPT and CPT/CuCl 2 systems under the given experimental conditions. We confirmed that the presence of CPT is necessary for the formation of reactive. Peroxyl radicals (ROO•), formed by reactions of molecular oxygen with carbon-centered radicals, are far more stable than either the carbon-centered radical or the related alkoxyl radicals (RO•). Peroxyl radicals typically have t 1/2 of 7 s at 37 °C and can thus diffuse moderate distances in biological systems. Organic hydroperoxides (ROOH.

    Volume II/26 supplements the previous compilations II/l, II/9 and II/17 of the magnetic properties of free radicals which were published in , – and – In the form of books and CD ROM it covers the literature from about to Due to the still rapid growth of the field and.   Carbon-Centered Free Radicals and Radical Cations: Structure, Reactivity, and Dynamics. Lawrence J. Berliner.

    Photoredox catalysis by well-known ruthenium(II) polypyridine complexes and the relevant Ir cyclometalated derivatives has become a powerful tool for redox reactions in synthetic organic chemistry, because they can effectively catalyze single-electron-transfer (SET) processes by irradiation with visible ably, since , this photocatalytic system has gained importance in radical. Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy was used to measure the free radicals in the particulate matter (PM) emissions from wood and coal combustion. The intensity of radicals in PM dropped linearly within two months of sample storage and stabilized after that. This factor of storage time was adjusted when comparing radical intensities among different PM samples. An inverse.


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Carbohydrate radical formation also can take place when a simple, carbon-centered radical reacts with a halogenated carbohydrate. An example of this type of reaction is found in the iodine-atom abstraction by the cyclohexyl radical shown in eq 2.

12 Absolute rate constants for halogen-atom ab­strac­tion by alkyl radicals (Table 5, Chapter 8. After about one decade volume II/18 serves as a supplement and extension to volume II/13 and covers rate constants and other kinetic data of free radical reactions in liquids.

Furthermore II/ Buy Carbon-Centered Radicals II (Landolt-Börnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series) (Vol 18) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: 5. After about one decade volume II/18 serves as a supplement and extension to volume II/13 and covers rate constants and other kinetic data of free radical reactions in liquids.

Furthermore II/18 contains new chapters on reactions of radicals in excited states and of carbenes, nitrenes and analogues. III. Carbon-Centered Radicals Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; Contributors; Although the primary reason for reacting carbohydrates with (Me 3 Si) 3 Si or Bu 3 Sn is to gen­erate carbon-centered radicals, the chemo­se­lec­tivity of the reactions of carbohydrate radicals formed in this way also is a matter of importance.

Nearly all carbon-centered radicals derived from. Carbon-centered radicals often are generated by atom-transfer reac­tions. The transfer usually is of a halogen atom, but hydrogen-atom transfer also can take place. Absolute rate constants for producing carbon-centered radicals by reaction of halogenated compounds with Bu 3 Sn are found in Table 1.

About this book Covers the most advanced computational and experimental methods for studying carbon-centered radical intermediates With its Carbon-Centered Radicals II book on the chemistry of carbon-centered radicals and radical cations, this book helps readers fully exploit the synthetic utility of these.

O’Neill P, Steenken S, Schulte-Frohlinde D () Formation of radical cations of methoxylated benzenes by reaction with OH radicals, Tl 2+, Ag 2+, and SO 4 •− in aqueous solution. An optical and conductometric pulse radiolysis and in situ radiolysis electron spin resonance study.

The intermolecular addition of carbon centered radicals to alkenylboranes has been studied. The influence of the olefin and boron substituents on the reactivity and the regioselectivity was determined. Competitive experiments were carried out to estimate the relative reactivity of a series of vinylboranes and other electron deficient alkenes.

III. Generation of Carbon-Centered Radicals A. Atom-Transfer Reactions Carbon-centered radicals often are generated by atom-transfer reactions. The transfer usually is of a halogen atom, but hydrogen-atom transfer also can take place. Absolute rate constants for producing carbon-centered radicals by reaction of halogenated compounds with Bu 3.

Together with the earlier publications volume II/26 offers an up-to-date and comprehensive survey and collection of structures and data on the important chemical intermediates, namely radicals, polyradicals and related species such as carbenes, nitrenes, etc.

As before the species have been grouped according to chemical aspects. Radical Addition Reactions Are Capable of Forming Thermodynamically Less Stable Products. Addition of a carbon-centered radical to a carbon–carbon multiple bond normally is a kin­et­ically controlled process with an early transition state; 2,3 consequently, the steric effects and radical stability that greatly affect reac­tions with later transition states (and especially reactions.

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I interested with review that they give, so that this Carbon-Centered Radicals II / Kohlenstoffradikale II (Landolt. Covers the most advanced computational and experimental methods for studying carbon-centered radical intermediates With its focus on the chemistry of carbon-centered radicals and radical cations, this book helps readers fully exploit the synthetic utility of these intermediates in order to prepare fine chemicals and pharmaceutical products.

Subsequently, the carbon-centered radical II undergoes single electron transfer by the oxidation of sulfinate to the sulfonyl radical yielding the carbanion III. 20 A 1,3-H shift of carbanion III affords the intermediate IV 21 which rapidly undergoes 1,2-migration with the assistance of the azidyl leaving group, generating the desired product.

About this book Over the past few years, radical chemistry has witnessed a rapid development, with the result, for example, that new methods for producing radicals now allow the targeted use of these reactive intermediate stages in organic synthesis.

This two-volume work is an account of the progress being made. The neutrophil-catalyzed metabolism of hydrazine derivatives to carbon-centered radicals was investigated by the spin-trapping technique using α-(4-pyridyl-l-oxide)-N-tert-butylnitrone (POBN).Oxidation of methylhydrazine (MeH), dimethylhydrazine (DMH), phenylethylhydrazine or procarbazine by neutrophils from rat peritoneal exudates led to the formation of alkyl radicals.

While many carbon-centered radicals II [1] and thle isoelectronic nitrogen- centered radicals III [2] have been characterized by ESR spectroscopy, only a few special examples [] of the isoelectronic boron-centered radicals I are known.

Attempts [3] to identify radicals with R = alkyl have been unsuccessful. (the oxygen-derived peroxyl free radical, LO. (the alkoxy free radical), and R. (carbon-centered alkyl fragments).

De Groot et al. (II) showed that under anaerobic conditions soybean lipoxygenase formed a carbon-centered linoleic acid free radical (L°). The interaction of carbon-centered radicals with copper(I) and copper(II) complexes* Journal of Coordination Chemistry: Vol. 71, Dan Meyerstein 80th Birthday Celebration, pp.

Alcohols are converted indirectly into alkoxy radicals through inter­mediate hypoiodites, ni­trates, and phthalimides. A common reac­tion of alkoxy radicals is hydrogen-atom abstraction.

This reac­tion becomes synthetically useful when the abstraction is internal because regioselective formation of a carbon-centered radical takes place.: Inorganic Radicals, Metal Complexes and Nonconjugated Carbon Centered Radicals (Landolt-Börnstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series) (): A.L.J.

Beckwith, R.F.C. Claridge, J.A. Howard: Books Books Go Search.Competing with or, in some instances, superseding hydrogen-atom abstraction is carbon–carbon bond cleavage to give a carbonyl group and a carbon-centered radical. The carbon-centered radicals derived from reaction of C-nitro carbo­hydrates form most readily if the radical being produced is tertiary.

These radicals undergo typical replacement.