Radical cations of 1,4-dialkoxybenzenes 1 and 2 and alkyl 1,4-dialkoxybenzenes 3–9 generated in oxidation of the parent donors by perfluorodi[1-(2-fluorosulfonyl)ethoxy]propionyl peroxide 10 at −40°C and pentafluorobenzoyl peroxide 11 at 15°C were observed by ESR. Radical cation 6 +˙, generated in other oxidation systems, i.e., Ce(SO4)2/THF, NH4/OAc and (NH4)2S2O8/HOAc, has also been investigated. Based on ESR observation and products analysis, an electron-transfer mechanism of the oxidation reaction is proposed and the influencing factors on hyperfine splitting constants of the radical cations are discussed.
Research on Chemical Intermediates – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 2006
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