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trans-5-Decene has been used to characterize the effect of cyclization and size on the stability of Criegee intermediates formed in ozonolysis. It has been added to phenoxathiin cation radical in acetonitrile solution to form bis(10-phenoxathiiniumyl) alkane adducts.
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Bing-Jun Zhao et. al. Addition of the phenoxathiin cation radical to alkenes and nonconjugated dienes. Formation of (E)- and (Z)-(10-phenoxathiiniumyl)alkenes and (E)- and (Z)-(10-phenoxathiiniumyl)dienes on basic alumina. . Journal of Organic Chemistry. 2007 , 7216), 6154-6161.
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