Mechanisms of antioxidant action of organic phosphorus compounds

  title={Mechanisms of antioxidant action of organic phosphorus compounds},
  author={Klaus Schwetlick},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  pages={1629 - 1636}
. The antioxidative activity and the mechanlsni$ of antioxi-. dant action of alkyl, aryl, cyclic and. stei'ically hindered phosphor— ous acid esters and amides have been studied. The chain—breaking efficiency of phosphites is shown to depend on the structure of both the phosphorus compound and the substrate to be stabilized. At mode-. rate temperatures aryl phosphites act as primary antioxidants only in the autoxidation of substrates which are not very reactive towards peroxyl radicals. The… Expand

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