Oxidation of secondary aromatic amines by organic hydroperoxides, ozone, and hydrogen peroxide
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The stable di-(4-dimethylneopentylmethylphenyl)nitroxyl radical was obtained by the action of tert-butyl hydroperoxide, as well as of ozone, on di-(4-dimethylneopentylmethylphenyl)amine.
The corresponding pure nitroxyl radicals were obtained by the catalytic oxidation of the 4,4′-dimethoxy- and 4,4′-diethoxydiphenylamines with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of sodium tungstate.
KeywordsOxidation Hydrogen Sodium Hydrogen Peroxide Ozone
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