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Bray (22) has suggested the alternative scheme: ks + Clz + HOOCl + Hf + C1’ kr HOOCl + H+ + C1’ + ks HzOz (6) and ( 7 ) 0 2 which leads t o the observed Eq. (b), (e), or (f), depending on the relative values of kT[H+][CI-] and kg. Connick explains Eq. (g) in terms of reaction through the hypohalite ion (reaction 5a), as proposed previously for the iodine reaction which shows the same kinetics a t high pH’s. Alternative schemes using Bray’s assumption of the intermediate HOOCl but involving the more probable ion displacement type of reaction and leading to the same kinetics would be: For Eq.
Advances in Catalysis and Related Subjects, Volume 4 by W G Frankenberg