Kinetic study of the reaction between tocopheroxyl radical and unsaturated fatty acid esters in benzene

  title={Kinetic study of the reaction between tocopheroxyl radical and unsaturated fatty acid esters in benzene},
  author={Kazuo Mukai and Yuji Okauchi},
A kinetic study of the reaction between a tocopheroxyl radical and unsaturated fatty acid esters has been undertaken. The rates of allylic hydrogen abstraction from various unsaturated fatty acid esters (ethyl oleate2, ethyl linoleate3, ethyl linolenate4, and ethyl arachidonate5) by the tocopheroxyl radical (5,7-diisopropyltocopheroxyl6) in benzene have been determined spectrophotometrically. The second-order rate constants, k3, obtained are 1.04×10−5 M−1s−1 for2, 1.82×10−2 M−1s−1 for3, 3.84×10… 
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