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13. 1 M HClO4. Reproduced with permission from J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 9136^9144. Copyright 2002 American Chemical Society. ATOM TRANSFER AND FREE RADICAL CHEMISTRY 29 the CMe3CHO reaction, about 30% of the initially present CraqOO2 þ remained unreacted after all the CraqO2 þ was consumed, Fig. 12a. All the data in this and previous sections demonstrate that CraqOO2 þ engages in complex radical chemistry and generates reactive high-valent chromium species and alkylperoxyl radicals, as shown in Schemes 6^8.