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By Sanshiro Komiya

Cotton S. / Коттон С.
Henderson W. / Хендерсон У.
Komiya S. / Комия С.
Lawrence G.A. / Лоренц Дж.А.
Muller U. / Мюллер У.
Rehder D. / Редер Д.
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It is interesting to note that several research groups propose the oxidizing intermediate to be an iron(IV) species such as the ferryl ion (FeO 2 + ), 27 especially when the iron centre is attached to a porphyrin ring. 12 illustrates a possible alternative mechanism involving the ferryl ion to that outlined above. Unfortunately, it is not very easy to distinguish between the two mechanisms since they both fit the rate law: -Ci[H2O2]/ dX = /C[H2O2][Fe(II)] It should be pointed out that even if one starts with a single oxidation state of iron in the presence of hydrogen peroxide, both states are soon produced.

12 illustrates a possible alternative mechanism involving the ferryl ion to that outlined above. Unfortunately, it is not very easy to distinguish between the two mechanisms since they both fit the rate law: -Ci[H2O2]/ dX = /C[H2O2][Fe(II)] It should be pointed out that even if one starts with a single oxidation state of iron in the presence of hydrogen peroxide, both states are soon produced. The ferric ion can oxidize perhydroxyl radical (HO2) and/or its conjugate ion (O 2 "), as well as hydrogen peroxide.

Unsaturated ketones) and aldehydes. The perhydroxyl anion is also of value in bleaching and product purification, particularly of natural products. 5). 6). 4 Dissociation of hydrogen peroxide under alkaline pH. 5 Generation of more powerful oxidants via the use of perhydroxyl anion. 6 Action of strongly acidic conditions on hydrogen peroxide. applicability of this oxidant species; many products tend to react further by oxidation or acid catalysed condensation or rearrangement. The O-O bond in hydrogen peroxide is relatively weak,3 approx.

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