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Protonation of Anion Radicals and Dianions of Some Dinitro Aromatics

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A simple electrochemical method developed to study reactions of reactive intermediates (neutralfree readical, cation-, anion- radicals etc.) was employed to study the protonation reaction of anion radicals and dianions of some dinitroaromatics. Rate constants thus obtained and the mechanism of protonation reaction invesitgated, are reported. It is suggested that the reactions do not involve a direct electron transfer. The possible role of various ion-pairs was investigated. Positions of nucleophilic attack were investigated through M.O. calculations.

Affiliations: 1: Electrochemistry Group, Chemistry Department Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan


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