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Electron transfer. 153. Internal electron transfer to bound cobalt(III) induced by hydroxyl radical

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Hydroxyl radicals, generated in aqueous solution from Fe2+ and H2O2, react with the formato, glycolato, lactato and mandelato complexes of (NH3)5CoIII, extracting H·, releasing CO2 and inducing the internal reduction of CoIII to Co2+; decomposition of peroxynitrous acid (O=N—OOH) in the presence of these complexes also yields Co2+, indicating partial utilization (15% at 22°C and pH 1) of a path involving OH·.

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2003-06-01
2016-12-05

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