An unprecedented route of OH radical reactivity evidenced by an electrocatalytical process: Ipso-substitution with perhalogenocarbon compounds

Volume: 226, Pages: 135 - 146
Published: Jun 1, 2018
Abstract
Hydroxyl radical (OH) is ubiquitous in the environment and in metabolism. It is one of the most powerful oxidants and can react instantaneously with surrounding chemicals. Currently, three attack modes of OH have been identified: hydrogen atom abstraction, addition to unsaturated bond and electron transfer. Perhalogenocarbon compounds such as CCl4 are therefore supposed to be recalcitrant to OH as suggested by numerous authors due to the absence...
Paper Details
Title
An unprecedented route of OH radical reactivity evidenced by an electrocatalytical process: Ipso-substitution with perhalogenocarbon compounds
Published Date
Jun 1, 2018
Volume
226
Pages
135 - 146
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