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Radical Reactions of C84

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Pulse radiolysis and steady-state radiolysis experiments describing the radical and electron transfer reactions of C84 are reported here for the first time. C84 reacts readily with radiolytically generated chloromethyl (*CCl3) and trichloromethylperoxyl (CCl3OO*) radicals in CCl4. The formation of the radical adduct has been confirmed from its characteristic absorption in the UV (320 nm) and visible (480 nm). Radical-induced oxidation in 1,2-dichloroethane (1,2-DCE) resulted in a short lived transient absorbing at 920 nm. Reduction of C84 in toluene/2-propanol/acetone could be conveniently followed by formation of an absorption band with an absorption maximum at 960 nm.

Affiliations: 1: Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory, University ofNotre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, U.S.A


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