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Reactions of Reducing and Oxidizing Radicals With Thiobenzamide: a Pulse Radiolysis Study

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Reaction of e-aq and H-atoms with thiobenzamide (TBM) at pH 7 gives the same species which is neutral in charge and is a strong reductant. Both the electron and H-atom react by addition to >C=S bond. At very high acidity, H-atoms and other reducing radicals react with TBM by H-abstraction giving a resonance stabilized species similar to that formed by OH radical reaction with thiobenzamide in acidic solutions. At neutral pH, OH radical reaction produces the deprotonated form of the above species.

Affiliations: 1: Applied Chemistry Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai-400 085, India


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