2 edition of Quantitative evaluation of substituent effects by electronic spectroscopy. found in the catalog.
Quantitative evaluation of substituent effects by electronic spectroscopy.
J. N. Murrell
|Contributions||Norman, R. O. C.|
|LC Classifications||QD117 M8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds Prof. Subodh Kumar Dept. of Chemistry Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar () CONTENTS Introduction Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy Nature of Electronic Transitions Principles of Absorption Spectroscopy Spectral Measurements Solvent Effects Applications of Electron Spectroscopy. D. Simov, B. Galabov, V. Koleva “NMR study of the transfer of electronic effects through a diphenylazo group” Annuaire Univ. Sofia 72 () V. Koleva, B. Galabov, D. Simov “Substituent effects on 1H NMR spectra of N, N-dialkylanilines” Org. Magn. Res. 11 ()
A second fluorine substituent (complex 15) shows three different electronic effects: (i) the second fluorine withdraws the electron density from Si, decreasing its covalent radius and thus increasing the V s at the σ-hole region, resulting in a stronger σ-hole-lp(N) electrostatic attraction; (ii) the lp(N) → σ ⋆ (SiF) electron. Progress in Physical Organic Chemistry is dedicated to reviewing the latest investigations into organic chemistry that use quantitative and mathematical methods. These reviews help readers understand the importance of individual discoveries and what they mean to the field as a whole. Moreover, the authors, leading experts in their fields, offer unique and thought-provoking .
M. Liler, Substituent effects on the carbonyl frequency and the basicities of carbonyl compounds, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular Spectroscopy, 23, 1, (), (). Crossref Robert G. Laughlin, The basicity of aliphatic sulfonamides, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 89, 17, (), (). Electronic Spectroscopy relies on the quantized nature of energy states. Given enough energy, an electron can be excited from its initial ground state or initial excited state (hot band) and briefly exist in a higher energy excited state. Electronic transitions involve exciting an electron from one principle quantum state to another.
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Quantitative study of the substituent effects on the electronic absorption and fluorescence spectra of coumarins Article in Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry 33(2):e. Substituent effects on the excited-state properties of platinummeso-tetraphenylporphyrins. Journal of Fluorescence2 (4), DOI: /BF Marisa Scrocco.
Electron-energy-loss and X-ray photoelectron spectra. Part 1. Electronic structure of tetraphenylporphyrin and its nickel by: Electronic Effects of Groups Containing Carbon-Carbon or Carbon-Oxygen Double Bonds.
Quantitative evaluation of resonance interaction: monosubstituted 1,3-butadienes. Journal of Molecular Structure: ChemInform Abstract: SUBSTITUENT EFFECTS.
CRITIQUE OF THE “IMPROVED EVALUATION OF FIELD AND RESONANCE EFFECTS” PROPOSED BY Cited by: A molecular electrostatic potential (MESP) topography based approach has been proposed to quantify the substituent effects on cation−π interactions in complexes of mono- di- tri- and hexasubstituted benzenes with Li+, Na+, K+, and NH4+.
The MESP minimum (Vmin) on the π-region of C6H5X showed strong linear dependency to the cation−π interaction energy, EM+. John M. Risley, Shawn A. DeFrees and Robert L. Van Etten, 18O‐isotope effect in 13C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: 5—Substituent group electronic effects in substituted acetophenones, Organic Magnetic Resonance, 21, 1, (), ().Cited by: Quantitative treatment of the ortho and other substituent effects in the NMR and IR spectra of 2- and 2,4-substituted thiocyanatobenzenes, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, /S(96), 53, 3, (), ().
Evaluation of electronic substituent effects on aldehyde binding and C–H oxidative addition Dedicated to Malcolm L.H. Green for his pathbreaking contributions to organometallic chemistry, his international collegiality, his wit, and his warmth.
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Single and dual substituent correlation analysis were applied to study transmission of substituent effects on IR carbonyl and thiocarbonyl stretching frequencies of 4-substituted phenyl-4,5-dihydrobenzo [f] [1,4] oxazepin-3 (2H)-ones (5a–n) and -thiones (6a–n).The substituent effects were estimated on the basis of results of the statistical analysis.
Motivated by the interest to investigate new molecules having varied substituent environments with steric and electronic importance and by progress already made in the understanding of the electronic nature of the azole rings, we herein report the synthesis, characterization and spectroscopic investigation of the dependence of imidazole N-donor strengths on steric/electronic.
The same is true for the stilbene cases. Finally, a quantitative model has been developed to express the effects of substituent and solvent on υ max. Given the effects of substituent and solvent, it is anticipated that the λ max of Schiff bases can be regulated by means of substituent and solvent variation.
It is envisaged that through the. Mass spectroscopy (determining molecular weight, structural elements, molecular formula) sufficient energy to effect electronic transitions.
Infrared has sufficient energy only to effect Two principal parameters - the electronic effects of the substituent and the substitution pattern.
Quantitative elemental analysis, both fixed-point and time- and position-resolved, is possible with sensitivity levels sometimes approaching or exceeding better than one atomic percent. Specimens that are intended for microanalysis must be thin (effects that can cause loss of spectral resolution and.
In the para position with respect to the substituent, long-range electronic effects are expressed by the dual substituent parameter treatment (DSP), and the resonance contribution is more.
Roy J. Vaz, Use of Electron Densities in Comparative Molecular Field Analysis (CoMFA): A Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship (QSAR) for Electronic Effects of Groups, Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships, /qsar, 16, 4, (.
Substituent effects on the electronic structures of sandwich compounds: New understandings provided by DFT-assisted laser ionization spectroscopy of bisarene complexes. The technique, termed 2D double quantum coherence spectroscopy (2D-DQCS), uses multiple, time-ordered ultrashort laser pulses to induce coherences between ground, single-excited, and double-excited electronic states.
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