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One-electron redox reactions of trifluoperazine in aqueous solutions

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Absolute rate constants have been measured for the reactions of the primary and specific one-electron oxidant radicals with the protonated form of trifluoperazine (TFP). The primary radicals, e-aq and OH·, react with TFP at diffusion controlled rates. The transients thus produced have been characterized. Halogenated aliphatic peroxyl radicals oxidize TFP with rate constants between 107 and 108 dm3 mol-1 s-1, depending on the structure of the peroxyl radical. The reactivity of peroxyl radicals has been found to vary with Taft's inductive parameter. Oxidation of TFP at acidic pH has been studied using stopped-flow technique. The reaction between TFP radical cation and ascorbic acid has also been examined using pulse radiolysis technique. The results indicate that TFP radical cation is repaired by ascorbate. One-electron reduction potential of TFP · + /TFP at pH 3.5 has been calculated to be 0.964 V vs. NHE.


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