Kinetics of the reaction of decanesulfoperacid with SO2 in the presence of water
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A study has been made of the kinetics of the oxidation of SO2 by decanesulfoperacid in the presence of water in a medium of CH3CN. Retardation of the process by acids has been observed, the retarding effect decreasing with decreasing strength of acid. A mechanism for the reaction has been suggested which explains the experimental results obtained.
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