hydroperoxyl

Definitions

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  • noun chemistry The radical, .O-OH, formed by removing a hydrogen atom from hydrogen peroxide, or by protonating the superoxide ion

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Examples

  • In the smog equations, the first place this happened was when we included the reaction of the hydroperoxyl radical, HOO, with itself.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Now smog is basically a “slow burn,” with the “burning” mediated by what are called free radicals, in this case hydroxyl (HO), and peroxyl, the simplest being hydroperoxyl (HOO).

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Now smog is basically a “slow burn,” with the “burning” mediated by what are called free radicals, in this case hydroxyl (HO), and peroxyl, the simplest being hydroperoxyl (HOO).

    The Scientific Method

  • In the smog equations, the first place this happened was when we included the reaction of the hydroperoxyl radical, HOO, with itself.

    The Right Formula

  • [27] Uric acid and ascorbate are both strong reducing agents (electron-donors): uric acid scavenges oxygen radicals, singlet oxygen, oxo-haem oxidants and hydroperoxyl radicals.

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  • [27] Uric acid and ascorbate are both strong reducing agents (electron-donors): uric acid scavenges oxygen radicals, singlet oxygen, oxo-haem oxidants and hydroperoxyl radicals.

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  • Oxidizing species include singlet oxygen, hydroperoxide, hydroxyl, monatomic oxygen, and hydroperoxyl (OH

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