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Reduction of molecular oxygen by a stannous phosphate complex in aqueous solution leads to a new species of active oxygen capable of hydroxylating aliphatic and aromatic compounds. The hydroxylation reactions are shown to require two electrons per oxygen molecule reduced. The oxygen atom of the hydroxyl group is completely derived from molecular oxygen. This new mechanism has been proposed as a model for mixed function oxygenases.doi:10.1515/znb-1969-0522 fatcat:qi52qavv5jgptfyljtv6cw6gmy