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Spin Polarization Transfer During the Addition Reaction of Phosphorus Radicals To Simple Olefins in Solution

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A CIDEP study of the radical adducts formed by addition of phosphonyl radicals to several unsaturated organic compounds is described. The complicated time-resolved ESR spectra obtained for these adducts were interpreted on the basis of competing chemical and physical processes involved in polarization transfer to the secondary radicals produced. This is a novel example illustrating for the first time radical pair polarization transfer in solution.

Affiliations: 1: The Chemical Research Institute of Non-Aqueous Solutions Tohoku University Sendai 980, Japan; 2: Department of Chemistry, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6

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2017-12-17

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