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A Kinetic Study on the Oxidation of Indole by Peroxomonosulphate in Acetonitrile Solvent
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A Kinetic Study on the Oxidation of Indole by Peroxomonosulphate in Acetonitrile Solvent
Kavery, Muniyappan; Govindasamy, Chandramohan; Johnson, Stephen;
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 Abstract
Kinetics of oxidation of indole by peroxomonosulphate (PMS) in aqueous acetonitrile medium has been investigated. The reaction follows a total second order, first order each with respect to [Indole] and [PMS]. The rate of the reaction was not affected by added []. Variation of ionic strength () had no influence on the rate. Increase of percentage of acetonitrile decreased the rate. Absen ce of any polymerization indicated a nonradical pathway. Activation and thermodynamic parameters have bee n computed. A suitable kinetic scheme based on these observations is proposed. The reactivity of PMS towards Indole was found to be higher than that with peroxodisulphate.
 Keywords
Kinetics;Mechanism;Oxidation;Indole;Peroxomonosulphate (PMS);
 Language
English
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