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High-level ab initio calculations have been used to calculate the standard and inherent radical stabilities (RSEs) of a test set of 41 sulfur-centered radicals, chosen for their relevance in fields as diverse as combustion, atmospheric chemistry, polymer chemistry and biochemistry. Radical stability was shown to be profoundly affected by substituents, varying over a 30 kcal mol -1 range for the test set studied. Like carbon-centered radicals, substituent effects on sulfur-centered radicaldoi:10.1021/acs.jpca.6b08223.s001 fatcat:ev2puvr7wnc4fmfo5n5vcmvh6i