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Kinetics of the borate anion catalyzed oxidation of diethyl sulfide with hydrogen peroxide in an i-PrOH–H2O medium

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It was found that in a wide range of pH in the presence of boric acid the oxidation of diethyl sulfide (Et2S) with hydrogen peroxide in an i-PrOH–H2O medium occurs with the participation of H2O2, HOO, monoperoxo-(B(OH)3OOH), and diperoxoborates (B(OH)2(OOH) 2 ). The stability constants of peroxoborates and the rate constants for the reactions of H2O2, HOO, B(OH)3(OOH) 2 , and B(OH)2(OOH) 2 with Et2S under these conditions were determined.

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Translated from Teoreticheskaya i Éksperimental’naya Khimiya, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 177–183, May–June, 2010.

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Lobachev, V.L., Dyatlenko, L.M. & Zimtseva, G.P. Kinetics of the borate anion catalyzed oxidation of diethyl sulfide with hydrogen peroxide in an i-PrOH–H2O medium. Theor Exp Chem 46, 182–189 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11237-010-9137-y

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Key words

  • diethyl sulfide
  • oxidation
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • boric acid
  • kinetics
  • catalysis
  • isopropyl alcohol
  • water