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Epr Studies of "Self-Spin-Probing" Reactions Between the Carbanion of Nitroalkanes and ω-Hydroperfluoro-Diacyl Peroxides

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The mechanism of "self spin-probing" reactions between carbanion of nitroalkanes (1) and ω-hydroperfluorodiacyl peroxides (2) initiated by electron transfer has been verified by EPR detection of new bis(ω-hydroperfluoro-dialkyl) nitroxides (11) and ω-hydroperfluoroalkyl nitroalkyl nitroxides (12) - spin adducts of radical intermediates H(CF2CF2)n• (n=1,2,3) and R1R2C•NO2 to the nitroso trap H(CFCF) nNO (9) generated in the reactions.

Affiliations: 1: College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University, 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, CHINA


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