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UNSTABLE CARBON RADICALS CH8 33 CH8 -CH3f-C-CH 2-C-H CHa f CH 8 b > 7r'o x"de RH+CO+^-CHgf-0-CH,. > -CH3^-C-CH 2-H CH 3 CH 3 , | />--CH 3 <-CH 2 -0 CH3 CH 3 > p-CH^-CHf-C-H 28% I I CH 3 CH3 In radical rearrangements, phenyl and tolyl groups have about the same migration aptitudes, in contrast to the corresponding ion rearrangements. This result tions that hyperconjugation is carbonium in accord with our previous observa- is less effective in stabilizing radicals and that radicals are less selective in their reactions anyway.
I. Weissman, CHAPTER 42 III Unstable Diradicals Produced Photochemically When a molecule in its singlet ground state is excited to the by absorption of radiation, it may re-emit the radiation immediately (fluoresce) or decay to the diradical, triplet state. The fluorescent state triplet state slowly returns to the of radiation. ground state with delayed emission The delayed radiation is called phosphorescence. Some molecules are capable of direct excitation to the triplet state, although the corresponding absorption bands are usually weak due to the change in multiplicity involved in the transition.
61 CH 3 CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 f-C-CH2-C-H CH3 61 F. H. , /. Am. Chem. , 75, 2532 (1953). 31 % CHAPTER 34 The steps in the reaction are as follows: Peroxide (1) CH8 R C -f > radicals for chain initiation CH3 O I II I (2) II CH a--C H > RH + CO + C I CH 8 CH 8 II I