Functionalised Oximes: Emergent Precursors for Carbon-, Nitrogen- and Oxygen-Centred Radicals

@inproceedings{Walton2016FunctionalisedOE,
  title={Functionalised Oximes: Emergent Precursors for Carbon-, Nitrogen- and Oxygen-Centred Radicals},
  author={John C Walton},
  booktitle={Molecules},
  year={2016}
}
Oxime derivatives are easily made, are non-hazardous and have long shelf lives. They contain weak N-O bonds that undergo homolytic scission, on appropriate thermal or photochemical stimulus, to initially release a pair of N- and O-centred radicals. This article reviews the use of these precursors for studying the structures, reactions and kinetics of the released radicals. Two classes have been exploited for radical generation; one comprises carbonyl oximes, principally oxime esters and amides… CONTINUE READING
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