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Wood technlogy.. Chemical aspects by Goldstein I.S. (ed.)

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When the biphenyl skeleton of 572+ was replaced by a diphenyl ether moiety, 2e-reduction no longer gave the hexaphenylethane derivative 58 (Fig. 22) with a 7-membered ring. Instead, the 9-membered cyclic peroxides 59 were isolated in good yield upon reduction of bis(xanthenylium)-type dications 602+ under air. It is interesting to note that 59 regenerated 602+ effectively through an "oxidative deoxygenation" reaction, a rather paradoxical mode of redox reaction. The pair of 59 and 602+ represents a new type of chromic system that reversibly traps and expels O 2 gas on electrochemical input [100].

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