Inorganic reaction mechanisms. / Vol. 1, A review of the by John Burgess; D N Hague; R D W Kemmitt; A McAuley;

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Davies and K. Kustin, Inorg. , 1969, 8, 1197. C. F. Wells and D. Mays, J. Chem. ( A ) , 1968, 1622. loe E. I. Heiba, R. M. Dessau, and W. J. Koehl, J. Amer. Chem. ,1969, 91, 138. g. for 2-methylnaphthalene, as shown in Scheme 2. + Mn(OAc), -+Mnlr+ Scheme 2 In another study of the oxidation of toluenes to benzyl acetates,l1°potassium bromide has been shown to act as a catalyst. In acetic acid at 70 "C,there is an initial one-electron transfer to yield an intermediate cation radical. Good linear correlations have also been observed between the relative reactivities in the bromide-catalysed reactions and the half-wave oxidation potentials of the hydrocarbons, measured in acetonitrile.

The reaction rate is sensitive to chloride ions and it may be that a CuII-SnC1,complex species is involved. With vanadium(v) 5 8 the reaction Sn" + 2Vv SnIV + 2VIV is slower in perchloric acid than in hydrochloric. The rate law indicates two activated complexes possibly of the type [Vv--Sn"]t and [VV2-Sn11]Sthe latter being formed either by reaction of a dimeric vanadium species with tin(I1) or by a rapid interaction of Vv with the other activated species. ~~ The process involves a two-electron equivalence in stoicheiometry for both reagents.

I. Heiba, R. M. Dessau, and W. J. Koehl, J. Amer. Chem. ,1969, 91, 138. g. for 2-methylnaphthalene, as shown in Scheme 2. + Mn(OAc), -+Mnlr+ Scheme 2 In another study of the oxidation of toluenes to benzyl acetates,l1°potassium bromide has been shown to act as a catalyst. In acetic acid at 70 "C,there is an initial one-electron transfer to yield an intermediate cation radical. Good linear correlations have also been observed between the relative reactivities in the bromide-catalysed reactions and the half-wave oxidation potentials of the hydrocarbons, measured in acetonitrile.

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