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A mass spectrometric investigation into microenvironmental effects in solid-supported radical chemistry

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Author(s)

  • Philip Andrew Helliwell
  • Victoria Adele Bailey
  • Caroline Chevet
  • Don Brian Clarke
  • Antony Lloyd
  • Roy Macarthur
  • Anne Routledge

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JournalReactive and Functional Polymers
DatePublished - Feb 2010
Issue number2
Volume70
Number of pages6
Pages (from-to)110-115
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Deuterated N-ethylpiperidine hypophosphite (d-EPHP) and tributyltin deuteride (TBTD) have been used to explore potential microenvironmental effects in resin-bound radical propagation. A deuterium labelling mass spectrometric method was used to show that efficiency of radical chain propagation on resin can be influenced by the choice of solid-support when using the slow radical chain carrier, EPHP. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    Research areas

  • Radical reaction, Solid-phase synthesis, EPHP, Mass spectrometry, Deuterium labelling, LINKED POLYSTYRENE RESINS, PHASE ORGANIC-SYNTHESIS, BOND FORMATION, REAGENT, BEADS, RATES

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