Only one path applies: To date, five different mechanisms have been suggested for the P450-catalyzed N-hydroxylation of primary aromatic amines. Computational analysis employing density functional theory demonstrates that only the H-atom-transfer pathway, that is H abstraction from an amine N followed by a radical rebound step, on a low-spin route can contribute to the aromatic hydroxylamine formation.
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