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The Mechanism of Oxidation of Aniline By Peroxy-Compounds: Can E.P.R. Spectroscopy Help To Discriminate Between One-Electron Transfer and a Nucleophilic Substitution Process?

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Aniline reacts with several organic peroxy compounds at room temperature to yield radical intermediates detectable by E.P.R.. The reaction of these oxidants with aniline has been studied in detail and the radical species identified lead to the support of a one-electron transfer process preferentially to an SN mechanism.

Affiliations: 1: Dipartimento di Chimica Organica "A.Mangini", Università di Bologna, Viale Risorgimento, 4, 1-40136 Bologna, Italy


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