Catalysed bromination of aromatic substrates
01 Sep 1970-Vol. 72, Iss: 3, pp 144-148
TL;DR: In this article, the kinetics of bromination of anisole and a less reactive substrate like p-nitrophenol were investigated in acetic acid medium with iodine added to accelerate the reaction.
Abstract: The kinetics of bromination of a reactive substrate like anisole and a less reactive substrate likep-nitrophenol has been investigated in acetic acid medium with iodine added to accelerate the reaction. The effective catalyst has been shown to be iodine bromide. The experimental results obtained from a study of the phenomenon of catalytic maximum in these reactions are in good agreement with the theoretical expectations.
TL;DR: In this paper, the role of pyridine (Py) in the bromination of p-bromophenol (ArH) in CCl4 has been investigated.
Abstract: The role of pyridine (Py) in the bromination of p-bromophenol (ArH) in CCl4 has been investigated. At constant concentrations of ArH and Br2, the rate of disappearance of Br2 increases to reach a limiting value as the concentration of Py is increased. The mechanism suggested to account for the rate expression, Rate = constant [ArH] [Br2]T[Py]T, obtained from the initial rate studies, involves the interaction between ArH and the brominating species Py. Br2, in the rate determining step. Py acts as a catalyst probably by virtue of its ability to polarise the Br-Br bond.
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