Initiated joint oxidation of n-paraffins and polyhydric alcohols and esters
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Rates of initiated joint oxidation in 52 binary R1H-R2H systems: n-paraffin-alcohol, n-paraffin-ester, ester- alcohol, alcohol-ether have been obtained from measurements of O2 uptake at 403°K. The reactivity of R2H relative to R1OO· has been estimated in those cases in which the rate of oxidation was increased by addition of the second component.
A multidipole effect appears in the reactions of polyfunctional alcohols and esters with peroxide radicals. The contribution of this effect to the Gibbs activation energy varies from 2.4 to 6.1 kJ/mole, depending on the structure. The activity of the peroxide radical also depends on the number and type of the functional groups in the molecule.
KeywordsOxidation Alcohol Ester Peroxide Activation Energy
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