Table 2: Dependence of first-order rate constants on NBS, dextrose, and H2SO4 for the oxidation of dextrose by N-bromosuccinimide in the absence and presence of SDS and TX-100 at 40°C.

102, dextrose
mol dm−3
  104, NBS
mol dm−3
  104, H2SO4
mol dm−3
  Acetic acid
(%) (v/v)
104, s−1
AqueousaSDSbTX-100c

1.02.00.5300.360.461.54
2.50.590.682.30
5.00.780.983.07
101.131.354.63
201.61.955.59
2.51.00.5300.780.692.34
2.00.780.682.30
3.00.780.682.29
4.00.760.682.28
5.00.740.672.25
2.52.00.5300.780.682.30
1.00.640.541.74
2.50.480.381.0
5.00.380.300.65
100.310.240.46
2.52.00.5200.390.942.64
300.420.862.47
350.570.682.30
400.780.572.10
500.880.481.55

Hg(OAc)2 = 5.0 10−4 mol dm−3.
bSDS = 1.0 10−2 mol dm−3; Hg(OAc)2 = 5.0 10−4 mol dm−3.
cTX-100 = 1.0 10−3 mol dm−3; Hg(OAc)2 = 5.0 10−4 mol dm−3.