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Due to its peroxide-like characteristics, 1,2-dioxin is very unstable and could not be isolated. Even substituted derivatives are very labile, e.g. 1,4-diphenyl-2,3-benzodioxin. In 1990, 3,6-bis(p-tolyl)-1,2-dioxin was wrongly accounted for the first stable derivative. It could be shown that the compound was not a derivative of 1,2-dioxin, but a thermodynamically more stable dione.
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