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The ¢rst-order ¢t of data in (b) is also shown. Reproduced with permission from J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 1092^1097. Copyright 2000 American Chemical Society. ATOM TRANSFER AND FREE RADICAL CHEMISTRY 23 The overall kinetic behavior, and the e¡ects of methanol, Mn2þ aq , and (NH3)5CoBr2 þ suggest a mechanism consisting of an initial bimolecular reaction, most likely abstraction of the aldehydic hydrogen by CraqOO2 þ , to generate acyl radicals and CraqOOH2 þ . Subsequent steps generate additional intermediates (CraqO2 þ , Cr2þ aq , acylperoxyl and alkylperoxyl radicals) which can be either removed or prevented from forming by use of various scavengers.
CraqOO2 þ /CMe3C(O)OO cross reaction The chemistry in Eq. (24) is believed to take place by an initial radical coupling between the terminal oxygen of CraqOO2 þ and acylperoxyl radicals. A direct study of the analogous reaction between CraqOO2 þ and acetylperoxyl radicals was carried out recently (149). For the purpose of product analysis, CH3C(O)OO was generated in the reaction between CraqOO2 þ and CH3CHO. The reaction produced large amounts of 2þ HCrOÀ ). The yield decreased only marginally 4 (43% of total CraqOO (to 35%) in the presence of added Mn2þ aq .
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