Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]

Audier HE, Dahhani F, Milliet A, Kuck D (1997)
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS (5): 429-430.

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Benzyl cations and ethylene glycol react in the gas phase and form covalently bound adducts, as shown by slow and site-selective proton exchange, but also undergo irreversible hydride transfer giving two ion-neutral complexes, [PhCH(3) HOCH2CHOH+] and [PhHCH(3)(+) HOCH2CHO], which interconvert by a rapid and non-selective proton exchange.
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Audier HE, Dahhani F, Milliet A, Kuck D. Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 1997;(5):429-430.
Audier, H. E., Dahhani, F., Milliet, A., & Kuck, D. (1997). Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS(5), 429-430. doi:10.1039/a607744g
Audier, H. E., Dahhani, F., Milliet, A., and Kuck, D. (1997). Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 429-430.
Audier, H.E., et al., 1997. Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (5), p 429-430.
H.E. Audier, et al., “Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]”, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 1997, pp. 429-430.
Audier, H.E., Dahhani, F., Milliet, A., Kuck, D.: Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 429-430 (1997).
Audier, H. E., Dahhani, F., Milliet, A., and Kuck, Dietmar. “Hydride and proton transfer reactions in gaseous ion-molecule complexes [PhCH(2)+HOCH2CH2OH]”. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 5 (1997): 429-430.