|Contributions||Stivala, Salvatore S., 1923-,|
|LC Classifications||QD281 O9 R44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||527|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Autoxidation of hydrocarbons and polyolefins by Leo Reich; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Hydrocarbons, Oxidation, Chemical kinetics, Polyolefins. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Autoxidation of hydrocarbons and polyolefins; kinetics and mechanisms in SearchWorks catalog. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reich, Leo. Autoxidation of hydrocarbons and polyolefins. New York, M. Dekker, (OCoLC) Material Type. Autoxidation of hydrocarbons and polyolefins: Kinetics and mechanisms. By Leo Reich and Salvatore S. Stivala, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 95 Madison Ave., New York, NY , xi + pp. cm. × cm. Price $ Autoxidation of hydrocarbons and polyolefins: Kinetics and mechanisms. By Leo Reich and Salvatore.
This contribution summarizes our recent efforts to unravel the radical chemistry of autoxidations. Abstraction of the weakly bonded αH-atom of the primary hydroperoxide product by chain carrying peroxyl radicals is identified as the source of major end products such as alcohol and ketone/aldehyde. In the case of cyclohexane autoxidation, this reaction is even responsible for the Cited by: The kinetics and mechanism of metal-catalyzed autoxidation. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society , 48 (9), DOI: /BF Gerald Lundeen, Robert Livingston. CHEMILUMINESCENCE OF HYDROCARBON OXIDATION. Photochemistry and Photobiology , 4 (6), DOI: / by: Potassium superoxide was found to initiale autoxidations of fluorene, diphenylmethane, and distyrylmethane. In each case the oxidation results in the formation of ketones as primary products. Kinetics of the fluorene and diphenylmethane oxidations showed typical sigmoidal autoxidation Cited by: 5. Autoxidation (auto-oxidation) is a complex oxidation mechanism that proceeds through a free radical chain process. It is a common degradation mechanism for unsaturated fats, but a number of drugs containing carbon–carbon double bonds also undergo autoxidation.
On the autoaccelerated character of the branched oxidation of polyolefins. Macromolecular Symposia , (1), DOI: /masy John Scheirs, Stephen W. Bigger, Norman C. Billingham. A review of oxygen uptake techniques for measuring polyolefin by: This book is comprised of 35 chapters and begins with an analysis of the chain processes taking place during the oxidation of hydrocarbons and how to stimulate slow chain branching reactions. The role of peroxides in the kinetics of liquid-phase oxidation processes is then considered, along with several elementary stages of the liquid-phase Book Edition: 1. Autoxidation, the free radical chain reaction that nominally inserts O 2 into hydrocarbons to give peroxides, is primarily responsible for the degradation of all organic materials. Peroxyl radicals propagate autoxidation mainly by abstraction of labile H-atoms from the hydrocarbons, whereas radical-trapping antioxidants (RTAs) Cited by: 6. Autoxidation. Autoxidation is a chain reaction, starting with the formation of a free radical (initiation), continuing with the propagation of the reaction with the formation of more and more free radicals and unstable molecules and ending with reactions between the free radicals to form stable molecules (termination).