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HCrOÀ 4 þ Craq þ 3H ð30Þ SCHEME 7. The mechanism in Scheme 7 takes into account all the experimental observations and known chemistry of peroxyl radicals and various chromium species in the oxidation states 3 to 6. The dissociation of O2 from the tetroxide in reaction 27a may initially produce a short-lived m-peroxide (150), which undergoes an intramolecular electron transfer and hydrolysis to yield CrVaqO3 þ and acetic acid. The homolytic cleavage of the m-peroxide to CrIVaqO2 þ and CH3C(O)O is ruled out by the absence of CO2 and  CH3, the decarboxylation products of CH3C(O)O.

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