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Stereochemistry of Electrode Processes

  • L. G. Feoktistov

Abstract

The present review has the aim of comparing available published data on the effect of stereochemical factors on the kinetics and mechanism of electrode reactions involving organic compounds and on the stereochemistry of the electrode reaction products, but setting aside the numerous data on steric hindrance of coplanarity in molecules caused by substituents. A considerable number of papers have now been published either completely or partially devoted to these topics, but the last attempt to generalize information about the effect of stereochemical factors on the polarographic behavior of organic compounds was made a fairly long time ago [1]; information on the stereochemistry of electrochemical reaction products has not been treated systematically at all.

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Trans Isomer Fumaric Acid Electrode Process Electrolytic Reduction Diethyl Ester 
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