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Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions

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Author(s)

S Steenken, Pedatsur Neta

Abstract

This chapter discusses the various methods of formation of phenoxyl radicals (oxidation of phenols by metal ions, by free radicals and radical cations, reaction of phenols with hydroxyl radicals, autoxidation of phenols, etc.) and the properties of phenoxyl radicals (electron spin resonance spectra, optical spectra, acid-base equilibria, reactions of phenoxyl radicals, and reduction potentials of phenoxyl radicals).
Citation
Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions
Publisher Info
John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Book Chapter in The Chemistry of Phenols, ed. Z. Rappoport, John Wiley & Sons, NY,

Keywords

aqueous solutions, ESR, kinetics, phenoxyl radicals, pulse radiolysis, spectra

Citation

Steenken, S. and Neta, P. (2021), Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Book Chapter in The Chemistry of Phenols, ed. Z. Rappoport, John Wiley & Sons, NY, (Accessed November 29, 2022)
Created October 12, 2021