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Epr and Endor of Free Radicals Formed During the Aerobic Oxidation of Chlorogenic Acid and of Caffeic Acid in Strongly Alkaline Solution

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The proton hyperfine coupling constants in three free radicals which are formed during the aerobic oxidation of either chlorogenic acid or of caffeic acid in strongly alkaline solution have been measured using EPR and ENDOR spectroscopy and the three radicals thus characterised. Possible identities for the free radicals are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield S3 7HF, England


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