Advances in Chemical Physics, Relaxation Phenomena in by William T. Coffey

By William T. Coffey

Russian members offer a synthesis of principles drawn from dielectric, magnetic and elastic rest. Divided into 3 sections, the booklet commences with dielectric and comparable strategies in easy beverages. half offers with the constitution and dielectric leisure of aqueous strategies. finally, it addresses magnetic and dielectric leisure in liquid crystals and elastic leisure in orientable polymers.

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Optical Rotatory Dispersion Studies of Deuterium Compounds . . XIV. Future Developments . . . . . . . . References . . . . . . . . . 51 52 54 55 57 60 71 81 85 89 93 103 107 110 123 I. INTRODUCTION Substitution of deuterium for hydrogen in a molecule provides a useful tool for investigating the course of chemical reactions. Deuterated compounds differ from their hydrogen analogs in such properties as NMR coupling constants, infrared and ultraviolet absorption, dipole moments, nuclear quadrupole coupling constants, and by the various manifestations included in the term kinetic isotope effect.

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Although data are scarce, the computed spectra agree only moderately well in this series, presumably because of significant deformation of the planar geometry. --f i': In G. Radialenes (Fig. 6 and Table IX) Calculations were carried out for the radialenes C=CH2 with n = 3, 4, 5, and 6, which are alternant and nonalternant hydrocarbons when n is even and odd, respectively. 460 A, respectively, regardless of alternant character. These results closely parallel those of Dewar and Gleicher (10). The ionization potentials show maximum values for the nonalternant members of the series.

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