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Looking for the name of a molecule

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Hello ! 

My question is quite simple, but it's very important.

I am looking for the name of this molecule : (chek the attached file)

It is a product made by the reaction of dioxygen and 1,4 dioxane and the only thing i was able to find on this is that this compund is naturally occuring 

when dioxane is exposed to air or UV light.

 

Thanks to your help.

peroxyde dioxane.PNG

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I’d have named it Sheila 

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58 minutes ago, iNow said:

I’d have named it Sheila 

And have all of the other dioxanes make fun of her?

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Thank you hypervalent_iodine

I'm a "beginner" in organic chemistry. Do this reaction is simple and it's just to help me with that, not just in theory (and i have a bit of dioxane to use so..) But i know that it's not the best thing to start with because dioxane is carcinogenic and the 1,4 Dioxanyl-hydroperoxyde is potentially explosive..

 

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2 hours ago, KspThings said:

Thank you hypervalent_iodine

I'm a "beginner" in organic chemistry. Do this reaction is simple and it's just to help me with that, not just in theory (and i have a bit of dioxane to use so..) But i know that it's not the best thing to start with because dioxane is carcinogenic and the 1,4 Dioxanyl-hydroperoxyde is potentially explosive..

 

Yes, not something I would recommend for a beginner.

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