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Electron Transfer Reactions Between Organic Species

  • Lennart Eberson
Part of the Reactivity and Structure Concepts in Organic Chemistry book series (REACTIVITY, volume 25)

Abstract

As for metal ion reagents, we can make a formal distinction between organic one-electron and two-electron reagents, corresponding to open-shell (radicals and radical ions) and closed-shell species (even-electron molecules and ions). Also here this distinction is neither rigorous nor very fruitful, except possibly for purpose of classification; the occurrence of outer-sphere ET is again dependent on the relative redox reactivity of the species involved and the availability of alternate pathways, and the one- or two-electron distinction is seldom important.

Keywords

Radical Anion Benzoyl Peroxide Alkyl Halide Organic Species Grignard Reagent 
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  • Lennart Eberson
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  1. 1.Chemical CenterUniversity of LundLundSweden

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