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The recently estimated rate constants (116,161) for the identity reactions kt-BuO/t-BuOH (3 Â 104 MÀ1 sÀ1) and kt-BuOO/t-BuOOH (5 Â 102 MÀ1 sÀ1) in non-aqueous solvents di¡er by a factor of $ 60, which will cause only a modest, 8 -fold increase in the estimated kt-BuO/kt-BuOO. 5 $ 1 is probably also correct to within an order of magnitude. The ¢ndings in this work are very much in line with several related studies on hydrogen atom abstraction by non-radical metal-oxo species (113,117,162) in addition to oxygen-centered radicals.
The reason probably lies in the short lifetime of NO2, which rapidly disproportionates to nitrite and nitrate, see Scheme 12, Eqs. 5 Â 107 MÀ1 sÀ1, Eq. (57). Direct kinetic studies are thus limited to rapid reactions and require the use of absorbing reactants or kinetic probes. NOÀ 3 þ HNO2 þ H ð57Þ One of the advantages of chromium complexes over those of, say, cobalt or rhodium in mechanistic studies is the much greater photoinertness of the chromium family. The superoxochromium CraqOO2 þ , for example, is almost una¡ected by the >320 nm light, but the superoxides of cobalt and rhodium photohomolyze readily even when exposed to visible light, <500 nm.
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Advances in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 55 by Rudi van Eldik