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P molecular orbitals resulting in an 0-0 bond order of 1 (see Fig. 1-2). 49 A) and from the rotation barrier of the peroxide bond. The addition of two electrons to those orbitals also pairs up all the electrons, making peroxides diamagnetic. The peroxide anion is found in ionic peroxide salts with the alkali metals, calcium, strontium, and barium. These ionic peroxides are powerful oxidants and are capable of converting all organic materials into carbonate and will also oxidize most metals. By contrast, with some strongly oxidizing substances, for example permanganate, the ionic peroxides can also serve as reducing agents.
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This interaction pulls some of the electron density on the carbonyl oxygen away from the 0-0 bond and toward the hydrogen atom, thereby reducing the electron density around the 0-0 bond, making the peroxide moiety more susceptable to nucleophilic attack. r-' :Nucleophile R~ Homolytic reaction pathways are those in which the peroxide 0-0 bond is cleaved to give two radical species. Stabilization of these radicals tends to make the homolysis reaction more favorable and to lower activation barriers for these reactions.