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UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database / Aromatics II

Literature Service: Aromatic Radicals

Substances: Benzyl radical, Phenyl radical, Cyclohexadienyl radical, Hydroxycyclohexadienyl radical

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Authors Journal/Source Title/Paper Data Sheet
C7H7; benzyl radical; CAS-No.: 2154-56-5
N.A. McAskill, D.F. Sangster Australian Journal of Chemistry, 30(10) 2107 - 2113, (1977) Ultraviolet absorption spectra of the benzyl radical formed during pulse radiolysis

N. Ikeda, N. Nakashima, K. Yoshihara J. Phys. Chem., 88, 5803-5806, (1984) Formation and relaxation of hot benzyl radicals in the gas phase

F. Markert, P. Pagsberg Chem. Phys. Lett., 209, 445-454, (1993) UV spectra and kinetics of radicals produced in the gas phase reactions of Cl, H and Oh with toluene

K. Tonokura M. Koshi J. Phys. Chem. A, 107, 4457-4461, (2003) Cavity ring-down spectroscopy of the benzyl radical

C6H5: phenyl radical; CAS-No.: 2396-01-2
B. Cercek, M. Kongshaug J. Phys. Chem., 74 (25), 4319-4322, (1970) Phenyl and hydroxyphenyl radicals. Pulse radiolysis study of their spectra and reactivity

N. Ikeda, N. Nakashima, K. Yoshihara J. Am. Chem. Soc., 107 (11), 3381-3382, (1985) Observation of the ultraviolet absorption spectrum of phenyl radical in the gas phase

J.M. Engert, B. Dick Applied Physics B Lasers and Optics, 63 (5), 531-535, (1996) The UV absorption spectrum of the phenyl radical isolated in solid argon

T.J. Wallington, H. Egsgaard, O.J. Nielsen, J. Platz, J. Sehested, T. Stein Chem. Phys. Lett., 290, 363-370, (1998) UV–visible spectrum of the phenyl radical and kinetics of its reaction with NO in the gas phase

J. G. Radziszewski Chem. Phys. Lett., 301, 565-570, (1999) Electronic absorption spectrum of phenyl radical 

K. Tonokura, Y. Norikane, M. Koshi, Y. Nakano, S. Nakamichi, M. Goto, S. Hashimoto, M. Kawasaki, M. P. Sulbaek Andersen, M. D. Hurley, T. J. Wallington J. Phys. Chem. A, 106 (24), 5908-5917, (2002) Cavity Ring-down Study of the Visible Absorption Spectrum of the Phenyl Radical and Kinetics of Its Reactions with Cl, Br, Cl2, and O2

C6H7; cyclohexadienyl radical; CAS-No.: 12169-67-4
M. C. Sauer Jr., B. Ward J. Phys. Chem., 71 (12), 3971-3983, (1967) Reactions of hydrogen atoms with benzene and toluene studied by pulsed radiolysis: reaction rate constants and transient spectra in the gas phase and aqueous solution

F. Berho, M.-T. Rayez, R. Lesclaux J. Phys. Chem. A, 103, 5501-5509, (1999) UV Absorption Spectrum and Self-Reaction Kinetics of the Cyclohexadienyl Radical, and Stability of a Series of Cyclohexadienyl-Type Radicals

C6H7O; hydroxycyclohexadienyl radical; cyclohexadienyl, 6-hydroxy-; CAS-No.: 11084-15-4; PubChem: CID 192872
B. Fritz, V. Handwerk, M. Preidel, R. Zellner Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chemie, 89 (3), 343-344, (1985) Direct Detection of Hydroxy-Cyclohexadienyl in the Gas Phase by cw-UV-Laser Absorption

E. Bjergbakke, A. Sillesen, P. Pagsberg J. Phys. Chem., 100 (14), 5729-5736, (1996) UV Spectrum and Kinetics of Hydroxycyclohexadienyl Radicals

B. Bohn, C. Zetzsch Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.,1, 5097-5107, (1999) Gas-phase reaction of the OH-benzene adduct with O2: reversibility and secondary formation of HO2

D. Johnson, S. Raoult, M.-T. Rayez, J.-C. Rayez, R. Lesclaux Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 4, 4678-4686, (2002) An experimental and theoretical investigation of the gas-phase benzene-OH radical adduct + O2 reaction

S. Y. Grebenkin, L. N. Krasnoperov J. Phys. Chem. A, 108 (11), 1953-1963, (2004) Kinetics and Thermochemistry of the Hydroxycyclohexadienyl Radical Reaction with O2: C6H6OH + O2 <--> C6H6(OH)OO