Mechanisms of reaction of aminoxyl (nitroxide), iminoxyl, and imidoxyl radicals with alkenes and evidence that in the presence of lead tetraacetate, N-hydroxyphthalimide reacts with alkenes by both radical and nonradical mechanisms

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Subjectamines; hydrogen bonds; lead compounds; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; olefins; substitution reactions; allylic radicals; heterolytic mechanisms; monoadducts; reaction kinetics; 1,2 dideuteriocyclohexene; 1,2 dideuteriocyclooctene; 3,4 dideuteriohex 3 ene; alkene derivative; cyclohexene derivative; lead acetate; lead tetraacetate; n hydroxyphthalimide; nitroxide; phthalimide derivative; phthalimide n oxyl; radical; unclassified drug; chemical analysis; chemical bond; chemical modification; chemical structure; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; reaction analysis
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