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Volume 106 Issue 3 June 1994 pp 655-664
Kinetics of oxidation of eleven organic and inorganic substrates by the ethylenebis(biguanide)silver(III) ion have been determined in aqueous perchlorate media. Widely different rates and mechanistic versatility were observed thereby. Depending on the nature of the reductant, inner sphere, outer sphere, or Ag+-catalysed reactions may be observed. The Ag+-catalysis may involve a Ag+/Ag0 or AgI/AgII catalytic cycle. Factors controlling the nature of the mechanistic pathways to be adopted, have been discussed. The AgIII complex is kinetically more active than its conjugate bases towards a neutral or anionic reductant. Towards a cationic reductant, however, the conjugate bases are more active. This complex exhibits some kinetic selectivity in its reactions and could therefore be utilised in kinetic methods for estimation of benzyl alcohol and hypophosphite.
Volume 107 Issue 4 August 1995 pp 403-410
In acidic aqueous media the complex [AgIIILL−)3+[L = ethylenebis (bi-guanide)] reacts quantitatively with oxalic acid and bioxalate ion to produce CO2, Ag+ and L. Kinetic evidence indicates preequilibrium adduct formation, but the reactions appear to be outer-sphere with these adducts (I1 and I2) acting as kinetic dead ends.No Ag+ catalysis could be detected.
Volume 108 Issue 3 June 1996 pp 326-326 Modern Trends In Inorganic Chemistry
Volume 111 Issue 3 June 1999 pp 443-452 Modern Trends In Inorganic Chemistry
The dioxo-bridged MnIIIMnIV complexes [MnIIIMnIV(
Volume 112 Issue 3 June 2000 pp 406-406
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