Structure-Activity Relationships for Rates of Aromatic Amine Oxidation by Manganese Dioxide.

@article{SalterBlanc2016StructureActivityRF,
  title={Structure-Activity Relationships for Rates of Aromatic Amine Oxidation by Manganese Dioxide.},
  author={Alexandra J. Salter-Blanc and Eric J. Bylaska and Molly A Lyon and Stuart C Ness and Paul G Tratnyek},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 10},
  pages={5094-102}
}
New energetic compounds are designed to minimize their potential environmental impacts, which includes their transformation and the fate and effects of their transformation products. The nitro groups of energetic compounds are readily reduced to amines, and the resulting aromatic amines are subject to oxidation and coupling reactions. Manganese dioxide (MnO2) is a common environmental oxidant and model system for kinetic studies of aromatic amine oxidation. In this study, a training set of new… CONTINUE READING

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