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Mechanism of Decomposition for Diacyl Peroxides and Related Carboxy Inversion Products in Aqueous Acetone, R.J. Linhardt and B.L. Murr, Tetrahedron Letters, 12, 1007-1010 (1979).
The recent report of CINDP during the decomposition of t-butylacetyl m-chlorobenzoyl peroxide, which was interpreted as arising from polarized, rearranged ion pair intermediates,  prompts us to report the behavior of ion pairs derived from substituted diphenylacetyl benzoyl peroxides in aqueous acetone. This solvolytic technique allows the study of the polar pathway of peroxide decomposition by comparing product compositions with well-defined energy surfaces established by related solvolytic studies.;
Tetrahedron Letters, 12, 1007-1010; Note : if this item contains full text it may be a preprint, author manuscript, or a Gold OA copy that permits redistribution with a license such as CC BY. The final version is available through the publisher’s platform.
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