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65, 5937 (2000). Type of reaction: oxidation Reaction condition: solvent-free Keywords: thiol, ferriprotoporphyrin(IX) chloride, peroxidase, oxidative coupling, disulfide 22 2 Oxidation Experimental procedures: Reaction mixtures were prepared by mechanical dispersion of the thiol (200 mg g–1) on the activated support. 5 mL g–1) was added and the mixture was carefully mixed until an homogeneous (hydrated) loose solid was obtained. This solid was left at room temperature or heated in an open vessel for the indicated time.
After condensation of the gases of reaction to a cold trap at 77 K, and after thorough drying in vacuo a quantitative yield of the carboxylic acid 2 was obtained. The N2O3 and N2O4 condensates in the cold trap were treated with dry air at –30 to –20 8C for a complete oxidative recovery of solid N2O4 for further use as gaseous NO2. References: M. R. Naimi-Jamal, H. Hamzeali, J. Mokhtari, J. Boy, G. Kaupp, ChemSus Chem (2008), submitted. 7 bar, > 16 mmol) from a 500-mL flask at a vacuum line for 6 h at room temperature.
Christoffers, J. Chem. , Perkin Trans. 1, 3141 (1997). 3 mg, 1 mmol) was added.
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