Peroxocarbonate

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In chemistry, peroxocarbonate is a divalent anion with formula CO42−. It is an oxocarbon anion that consists solely of carbon and oxygen. It would be the anion of an hypothetical peroxocarbonic acid HO–CO–O–OH.[1][2]

The peroxocarbonate anion is formed, together with peroxodicarbonate C2O62−, at the negative electrode during electrolysis of molten lithium carbonate.[3] Lithium peroxocarbonate can be produced also by combining carbon dioxide CO2 with lithium hydroxide in concentrated hydrogen peroxide H2O2 at −10 °C.[4]

The peroxocarbonate anion has been proposed as an intermediate to explain the catalytic effect of CO2 on the oxidation of organic compounds by O2.[5]

The potassium and rubidium salts of the monvalent hydrogenperoxocarbonate anion H-O-O-CO2 have also been obtained.[6][7][8][9]

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  1. ^ E. H. Riesenfeld, B. Reinhold (1909), Die Existenz echter Percarbonate und ihre Unterscheidung von Carbonaten mit Krystall-Wasserstoffsuperoxyd. Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft, 42(4), 4377–4383, doi:10.1002/cber.19090420428.
  2. ^ E. H. Riesenfeld, W. Mau (1911): Isomere Percarbonate. Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft, 44(3), 3595–3605, doi:10.1002/cber.191104403244
  3. ^ Li-Jiang Chen, Chang-Jian Lin, Juan Zuo, Ling-Chun Song, and Chao-Ming Huang (2004), First Spectroscopic Observation of Peroxocarbonate/ Peroxodicarbonate in MoltenCarbonate. J. Physical Chemistry B, volume 108, 7553-7556
  4. ^ T. P. Firsova, V. I. Kvlividze, A. N. Molodkina and T. G. Morozova (1975), Synthesis and some properties of lithium peroxocarbonate. Russian Chemical Bulletin, Volume 24, Number 6, pp. 1318-1319; doi:10.1007/BF00922073
  5. ^ Sang-Eon Park, Jin S. Yoo (2004), New CO
    2
    chemistry: Recent advances in utilizing CO
    2
    as an oxidant and current understanding on its role.
    Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, volume 153, pp. 303–314.
  6. ^ Mimoza Gjikaj (2001), Darstellung und strukturelle Charakterisierung neuer Alkali- bzw. Erdalkalimetallperoxide, -hydrogenperoxide, -peroxocarbonate und -peroxohydrate. Doctoral Thesis, University of Köln. 115 pages.
  7. ^ Arnold Adam and Mathias Mehta (1998), KH(O2)CO2.H2O2 : EIN SAUERSTOFFREICHES SALZ DER MONOPEROXOKOHLENSAURE. Angew. Chem. volume 110 p. 1457. Cited by Gjikaj.
  8. ^ M. Mehta and A. Adam (1998), Z. Kristallogr., Suppl. Issue 15 p. 53. Cited by Gjikaj.
  9. ^ M. Mehta and A. Adam (1998), Z. Kristallogr., Suppl. Issue 15 p. 46. Cited by Gjikaj.