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A theoretical study of ascorbic acid oxidation and HOO[radical dot]/O2[radical dot]- radical scavenging

A theoretical study of ascorbic acid oxidation and HOO[radical dot]/O2[radical dot]- radical scavenging
Yi-Jung Tu, David Njus, H. Bernhard Schlegel
Ascorbate radical disproportionates by forming a dimer, cyclizing and dissociating to yield ascorbic acid and the most stable hydrated, bicyclic form of dehydroascorbic acid; radical scavenging by ascorbate radical can proceed by a similar mechanism.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/OB/~3/8d7jt0N8Hv4/C7OB00791D

DOI: 2017/OB/C7OB00791D

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