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Part I.~Reduction of azoalkanes by benzhydryl radicals. Part II.~Thermolysis and photolysis of an alpha-aminoazoalkane, 2-tert-butylazo-2-dimethylaminopropane. Part III.~A reinvestigation of the photochemistry of trifluoromethylazocyclopropane
Benzhydryl radicals donate a hydrogen atom rapidly to the less hindered nitrogen atom of aliphatic and aromatic azo compounds, leading to the corresponding hydrazines. When the initially formed hydrazyl radical possesses ...