Radical trapping properties of imidazolyl nitrones.


The ability of ten imidazolyl nitrones to directly scavenge free radicals (R(*)) generated in polar ((*)OH, O(*)(2)(-), SO(*)(3)(-) cysteinyl, (*)CH(3)) or in apolar (CH(3)-(*)CH-CH(3)) media has been studied. When oxygen or sulfur-centered radicals are generated in polar media, EPR spectra are not or weakly observed with simple spectral features. Strong… (More)


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