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Blau, Monafsh. Misiani and M. Bogert, J. Ruggli and 0. Schetty, Helv. Acfa 23, Perkampus and G. Kassebeer, Liebigs Ann. Merz, J. Weidlich, and J. Various authors. Homer, J. Hiinig, J. Lier, and H. Quast, Liebigs Ann. Cumper, R. Ginman, and A. Vogel, J. Perkampus, P. MueUer, and J. Knop, Z. Fielding and R. Le Fevre, J. Perkampus and H. Kohler, 2. Bluhm, H. Perkampus and J.
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Dunbar, Tetrahedron 30, Physical Properties A. Most of the crystal structure work so far reported has been concerned with 1,lOphenanthroline and its derivatives. I 26G. Donnay, J. Donnay, and M. Harding, Acfa Crysfallogr. Sen, Acta Crystallogr. B 30, Rund and P. Keller, J. A , B 25, Frenz and J. Ibers, Znorg. Goldberg and U. Shmueli, Cryst. Trotter, Acfa Crysfallogr. B X-Ray diffraction studies of complexes of 2,9-dimethyl- 1,lOphenanthroline cf.
The n-electron distributions in all the phenanthrolines have been determined, and they are generally in accord with the known chemical reactions of the m01ecules. Correlations between nuclear magnetic resonance NMR and electronic spectrazz. Often there is reasonable agreement between the calculated and measured spectra. Preston and C. Power, Inorg. Canty and B. Gatehouse, Acta Crystallogr.
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A 43, ICA 78, They were found to be in good agreement with values computed by the vector addition of the moments of the individual pyridine nuclei. The molecular polarizability of 1,lO-phenanthroline has been further studied and its molar Kerr constant determined. This section covers studies on the parent phenanthrolines and gives key references to substituted derivatives. Several references to spectral data that are of especial value in particular applications, such as structure elucidation, are mentioned in later sections of the article.
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