By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick
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V)acetonitrile, and benzene; see text. The line has unit slope. From Figure 10. 2k, vs. D, for t-butyl radical self-teenation in (0)n-heptane and acetonitde (6);see text. The line is based on Eqs. A. 22 for n-heptane and acetonitrile, respectively, in excellent agreement with the expected spin-statistical factor of %. Reasonable agreement between results of several independent measurements of the rate constant for benzyl radical self-reaction (146-148) have led Fischer and coworkers (148) to recommend that this reaction be used for calibration purposes.
75 x lo9 M-' s-l for and respectively. 9 x lo4 s-' (Ref. 103 and Table 5). 0, the results for retinol require that quenching of 3p*favor the trans ground state substantially more than does natural decay. Since k;f, is smaller than 4hkc, by more than a factor of 2, an ctT value consistent with = 3 is no more than a coincidence. 4. The above interpretation of the retinol data differs from that in Ref. 111 (129). The kinetic analysis in Ref. 111, based on Scheme 2, can be readily shown to be flawed.
This is done in Fig. 10, for two representative solvents. 6 A, the slopes for the lines, 8 ~ p N l O - ~ ugive , u = Figure 9. Experimental vs. calculated termination rate constants for t-butyl radicals in (0)n-heptane, (0) n-octane, (m) n-decane, (0) n-dodecane, (A) n-tetradecane, n-hexadecane, Ref. 6. (v)acetonitrile, and benzene; see text. The line has unit slope. From Figure 10. 2k, vs. D, for t-butyl radical self-teenation in (0)n-heptane and acetonitde (6);see text. The line is based on Eqs.
Advances in Photochemistry (Volume 14) by David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Klaus Gollnick