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Reaction Kinetics in Aqueous Surfactant Solutions
Abstract During the past two decades there has been considerable interest in reactions which can be carried out at interfaces. One aspect of this work has involved the catalysis or inhibition ofExpand
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Kinetics and products of reactions of MTBE with ozone and ozone/hydrogen peroxide in water.
Methyl-t-butyl-ether (MTBE) has become a prevalent groundwater pollutant due to its high volume use as a nationwide gasoline additive. Given its physicochemical properties, it requires new treatmentExpand
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Oxygen Exchange between Nitrous Acid and Water
THE exchange of oxygen atoms between nitrous acid and isotopically enriched water has been followed by the isolation of the nitrous acid as its insoluble silver salt, and the decomposition of thisExpand
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Oxidation of α-Diketones and α-Keto-Acids by Hydrogen Peroxide
THE oxidation of α-diketones and α-keto-carboxylic acids by hydrogen peroxide involves the breaking of the carbon–carbon bond between the carbonyl carbon and the carbonyl or carboxyl groups1.
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PEROXYHYDROLYSIS OF NERVE AGENT VX AND MODEL COMPOUNDS AND RELATED NUCLEOPHILIC REACTIONS
The exceedingly toxic agent VX [O-ethyl S-(diisopropylaminoethyl) methylphosphonothioate], 1a, and the midly toxic model compound O,S-diethyl methylphosphonothioate, 1b, react with HO- to giveExpand
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Experiments related to the biosynthesis of novobiocin and other coumarins
Abstract The heterocyclic oxygen atom in the coumarin portion of novobiocin (III) comes from the carboxyl group of l -tyrosine added to the fermentation. Oxidation of 4-4′-dimethoxydiphenic acid withExpand
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Reactivity in aqueous association colloids. Descriptive utility of the pseudophase model
Abstract The ability of aqueous micelles and similar association colloids to control reaction rates is treated in terms of pseudophase models in which micelles and water are regarded as distinctExpand
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Micellar effects upon electron transfer from ferrocenes
The oxidations of ferrocene (FcH) and n-butylferrocene (FcBu) by ferric salts (nitrate or bromide) are strongly inhibited by aqueous cetyltrimethylammonium bromide and nitrate (CTABr and CTANO3,Expand
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