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MECHANISM OF REACTION OF NITROGEN-DIOXIDE WITH ALKENES IN SOLUTION

CHATTERJEE, J; COOMBES, RG; BARNES, JR; FILDES, MJ; (1995) MECHANISM OF REACTION OF NITROGEN-DIOXIDE WITH ALKENES IN SOLUTION. J CHEM SOC PERK T 2 (6) 1031 - 1032.

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Abstract

In spite of the observation of N-15 nuclear polarisation expected from the separate addition of two NO2. radicals in the reaction of nitrogen dioxide with allylbenzene and some other alkenes, kinetic studies indicate that both NO2. and N2O4 are reactive species, each leading only to addition products.

Type:Article
Title:MECHANISM OF REACTION OF NITROGEN-DIOXIDE WITH ALKENES IN SOLUTION
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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