The effect of the polarity of the oxidized substrate on the inhibiting activity of compounds with a conjugation system
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The inhibiting activity of compounds with a conjugation system (anthracene, polyphenylene, polyphenylacetylene) in thermal oxidation increases in agreement with the increase in polarity of the oxidized substrate, i.e., in the order ceresin <dioctyl phthalate<dibutyl phthalate < diethyl phthalate.
The results obtained confirm the proposed mechanism for the inhibiting action of compounds with a conjugation system that are activated by paramagnetic centers of local activation present in them.
KeywordsOxidation Inhibiting Activity Diethyl Anthracene Phthalate
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