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[*] posted on 18-4-2004 at 04:52
can you peroxidize anything


Can you peroxidize anything?
Sugar? Furan? Ethyl acetate? Ethylamine? glycerol? 1,3 butadiene? isobutene? Just a long list of things?
It brings up an other interesting question...
Urea and Acetone both have similar structures.
CH3-C-CH3
O
as opposed to
NH2-C-NH2
O

So I was wondering if twere possible to have a urea peroxide similar to acetone peroxide.




F. de Lalande and M. Prud'homme showed that a mixture of boric oxide and sodium chloride is decomposed in a stream of dry air or oxygen at a red heat with the evolution of chlorine.
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[*] posted on 19-4-2004 at 13:35
no


you should had posted in beginings section. acetone is a ketone but none of the other compounds you mentioned are ketone...



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