2 edition of effect of 4-substitution on some properties of the O-H bond in 1-naphthols. found in the catalog.
effect of 4-substitution on some properties of the O-H bond in 1-naphthols.
Bernard Joel Hawley
Thesis (Ph. D.) - Loughborough University of Technology, 1974.
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Full name John O'Hara Charles Arthur O'Mally Cosgrove, II. Born San Francisco, CA Noted marine illustrator. Chapter 27 Aromatic Compounds with Condensed Nuclei: Naphthalene and Related Compounds* N.
CAMPBELL 1. The naphthalene nucleus (a) Constitution Naphthalene, C~oHs, was first isolated from coal tar, still the main source of the hydrocarbon, by Garden in and its composition was determined by Michael Faraday in Cited by: 1.
The important positions for substitution in the ring of () are the 5-position which has a large effect on the colour, the 6′-position, which has a major effect on both the colour and properties such as optical density (OD) and molar absorption coefficient; and the alkyl group on position 1, which has a kinetic effect on the rate of loss.
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