Electrochemical oxidation of substituted 1H-1,2-diazaphenalenes
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It was shown by cyclic voltammetry and electrolysis at controlled potential at a platinum electrode and also by TLC and UV spectroscopy that the electrochemical oxidation of substituted 1H-1,2-diazaphenalenes in anhydrous acetonitrile takes place in a single one-electron stage with the formation of a stable radicalation. The oxidation potentials of a series of derivatives of 1H-1,2-diazaphenalene and the parameters of the equation for the correlation of these potentials with the Taft substituent constants were determined.
KeywordsOxidation Spectroscopy Platinum Organic Chemistry Acetonitrile
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