Photoreduction dehalogenation of polychlorobenzenes by ethanol
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It has been demonstrated that in ethanolic solutions in the presence of oxygen the photochemical and photocatalytic consecutive dehalogenation of hexachlorobenzene to benzene can take place. The kinetic rules governing the processes have been established and the possible mechanisms discussed.
KeywordsOxygen Benzene Ethanolic Solution Hexachlorobenzene Kinetic Rule
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