Thermolyses of O-Phenyl Oxime Ethers. A New Source of Iminyl Radicals and a New Source of Aryloxyl Radicals

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SubjectDissociation; Enthalpy; Free radicals; Reaction kinetics; Synthesis (chemical); Cyclization; Hyperconjugation; Thermolyses; Ethers; ether derivative; imine; iminyl radical; n phenoxybenzimidic acid phenyl ether; o phenyl oxime ether derivative; oxyl radical; phenoxybenzamine; radical; unclassified drug; beta scission; binding competition; calculation; chemical analysis; chemical binding; chemical reaction kinetics; conjugation; cyclization; density functional theory; dissociation; enthalpy; product recovery; reaction analysis; room temperature; synthesis; temperature sensitivity; thermal analysis; thermolysis
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