The oxidation of alkanes by dimethyldioxirane is dramatically affected by the presence of molecular oxygen and radical inhibitors, supporting the hypothesis of a free-radical mechanism for these extraordinarily selective reactions; the factors affecting the free-radical selectivity are suggested.

(1995). Induced homolysis of dimethyldioxirane by alkanes and alkyl radicals in oxidation processes. The dramatic role of molecular oxygen and radical inhibitors [journal article - articolo]. In JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/232219

Induced homolysis of dimethyldioxirane by alkanes and alkyl radicals in oxidation processes. The dramatic role of molecular oxygen and radical inhibitors

Fontana, Francesca;
1995

Abstract

The oxidation of alkanes by dimethyldioxirane is dramatically affected by the presence of molecular oxygen and radical inhibitors, supporting the hypothesis of a free-radical mechanism for these extraordinarily selective reactions; the factors affecting the free-radical selectivity are suggested.
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Bravo, Anna; Fontana, Francesca; Fronza, Giovanni; Mele, Andrea; Minisci, Francesco
(1995). Induced homolysis of dimethyldioxirane by alkanes and alkyl radicals in oxidation processes. The dramatic role of molecular oxygen and radical inhibitors [journal article - articolo]. In JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10446/232219
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