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Rao C>N> — Ultra-Violet and Visible Spectroscopy: Chemical Applications
Rao C>N> — Ultra-Violet and Visible Spectroscopy: Chemical Applications

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Название: Ultra-Violet and Visible Spectroscopy: Chemical Applications

Автор: Rao C>N>

Аннотация:

It would be superfluous to stress the importance of electronic .spectroscopy in structural or analytic research. It has now become a matter of routine to record the ultra-violet or visible spectra of compounds for purposes of identification or structure elucidation. The spectrophotonletric methods of analysis have replaced the conventional methods in ever so rnany instances. The number of-publications in the different branches of chemistry, reporting data on or making use of electronic spectroscopy, is ever-increasing and it would be impossible to review the field completely. In this book, I have tried to introduce the basic concepts of electronic spectroscopy and to present its applications in analytical, structural and physico-chemical problems. As far as possible, the rnateripl has been selected to illustrate the basic: principles of modern theories in chemistry. While surveying the data on organic molecules, several empirical generalizations have been discussed. lVlany of the more recent developments like tIle far ultra-violet spectra of organic molecules, fluorescence spectra, charge transfer spectra, ligand field theory, optical rotatory dispersion etc., have been briefly discussed in the latter part of the book. All through the discussion, the recent notations of electronic transitions have been used, although the other commonly encountered notations have also been mentioned. I shall be most gratified if this book can be of help to chemists in using electronic spectroscopy more effectively in research or routine work.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 1st edition

Год издания: 1961

Количество страниц: 164

Добавлена в каталог: 30.08.2009

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Предметный указатель
$V_{1}$-centres      132
$\alpha$-Cyperone      66
$\beta$-2,4-Dinitrophenyl-propionyl esters      75
$\beta$-Cyclocitral      29
$\beta$-Ionone      88
$\beta$-Lactam structure      65
$\beta$-Naphthylamine      105
$\beta$-Phellandrene      26
$\pi$ electrons      10
$\sigma$ electrons      10
'Loose bolt' effect      102
'No bond' configuration      115 116
1,1'-Diethyl-2,2'-cyanine      136
1,2,3-Triazole      52
1,3-Dialkyl-5-imino-tetrazoles      59
1,3-Diphenylcyclobutadiene      49
1,4-Diarylbutadienes      106
1,6-Diphenylhexatriene      106
1-Alkenes      94
1-Methyldecapentaene-$\omega$-carboxylic acid      101
1-Nitropropene      25
1-Octyne      94
1:1-Dicyclohexenyl      27
1:3-Butadiene      25 26
2,2'-Dibenzothiazolyl disulphide      108
2-Alkyl-1-alkenes      94
2-Ethylhex-1-en-3-one      29
2-Ethylhex-2-en-1-al      29
2-Hydroxypyridine      55
2-Mercaptobenzothiazole      72
2-Methyl-1-acetyl-cyclohexene      88
2-Methyl-5-alkylamino tetrazoles      59
2-Nitrobiphenyl      89
2-Octyne      94
2-Pyridone      56
2:3-Dimethylbutadiene      27
2:3:4:5-Tetrahydroacetophenone      29
2:4-Dinitrophenylhydrazones      30 75
2:4-Hexadiene      26
3-Hydroxypyridine      56
3:4-Dimethylpent-3-en-2-one      29
4,4'-Diaminobenzophenone      143
4,5-Dimethylchrysene      90
4,5-Dimethylphenanthrene      90
5-Nitro-2,4-pentadiene      25
5:6-Dimethylbenziminazol      63
7-Dehydrochlolestene      26
7-Dehydrocholesterol      26
8-Hydroxyquinoline      104
8-Hydroxyquinoline salts      104
9,9'-Phenanthroin      106
Abietic acid      26 66
Absorbance      3
Absorbancy, standard values      6
Absorption cells      7
Absorption frequencies, spread      117
Absorption intensity      3
Absorption spectra      115
Absorption spectra of alkali halides      112
Absorption spectra, far ultra-violet      92
Absorption spectra, low-temperature      108
Absorption spectra, presentation      4
Absorption, irrelevant      73
Acetaldehyde      17 101
Acetanilides      47
Acetone      11 17 19 23 101 143
Acetone photochemical, decomposition      101
Acetophenone      19 43 85
Acetophenones      47
Acetophenones, substituted      86
Acetylacetone      71
Acetylenes      94
Acetylenic compounds, naturally occurring      36
Acidity function      76
acids      100
Acids, $\alpha\beta$-unsaturated      30
Acids, dissociation constants      75
Acraldehyde      29
Acridine      53 102
Acridine dyes      102
Acridone      102
Adenine      58
Alcohols      93 100
Aldehydes      75
Aldehydes, $\alpha\beta$-unsaturated      28
Aldehydes, aliphatic      101
Aldehydes, asymmetric      138
Aliphatic aldehydes      101
Aliphatic compounds      101
Aliphatic ketones      101
Alkali azides      131 133
Alkali halides      104 131
Alkali halides, paramagnetism      132
Alkaline earth azides      131 133
Alkaline earth halides      104
Alkaloids      65
Alkenes      93
Alkyl nitrates      22
Alkyl nitrites      21
Alkyl substitution      17
Allenes      94
Alloxan      57
Amethyst violet      103
Amides      148
Amides, cyclic      96
Amine picrates      75
Amino acids, aromatic      148
Amino-1,2,3,4-thiatriazoles, 5-substituted      59
Amino-pyrimidines      57
Aminopyrene sulphonic acids      105
Angstrom unit      1
Aniline      41 42 44
Anilines      47 144
Anisoles      47
Anthocyanidins      135
Anthocyanins      135
anthracene      48 53 95 101 102 107
Anthraquinone      102
Arachidonic acid      78
Aromatic carbonium ions      134
Aromatic complexes with oxalyl chloride      117
Aromatic negative ions      134
Aromatic non-benzenoid      49
Aromatic positive ions      134
Aromatic substitution, orientation in      47
Aromatics      92 95
Aryl disulphides      108
Aryl sulphones      47
Aryl sulphoxides      47
Association constants      79
Association phenomenon      136
Auxochromes      9 10 15—17
Azine dyes      102
Azines, monocyclic      55
Azobenzene      43 69 134
Azoxy compounds      21
Azulene      141
Azulenes      49
Bands, 'Soret' band      135
Bands, A-bands      11
Bands, E-bands      11
Bands, F-bands      132
Bands, K-bands      11 25 27 132
Bands, M-bands      133
Bands, R-bands      11 17 22 133
Bands, Rydberg      92
Bands, V-bands      132
Barbituric acid      57
Bases, dissociation constants      75
Bathochromic shifts      12
Beer — Lambert law      3
Beer — Lambert law, validity      3
Benesi — Hildebrand method      119
Benzaldehyde      19
Benzaldehydes      47
benzene      11 12 45 53 95 100 101 105
Benzene bands, $E_{1}$      39
Benzene bands, $E_{2}$      39
Benzene bands, 180 $m\mu$      39
Benzene bands, 200 $m\mu$      39
Benzene bands, 260 $m\mu$      39
Benzene bands, A      39
Benzene bands, C      39
Benzene bands, K      39
Benzene bands, nomenclature      39
Benzene bands, primary (first)      39
Benzene bands, primary (second)      39
Benzene bands, principal      39
Benzene bands, secondary      39
Benzene complexes with iodine      119 120
Benzene rings, bent      89
Benzenes, alkyl-substituted      41 95
Benzenes, monosubstituted      40
Benzenes, p-disubstituted      44
Benzenes, p-halogen substituted      45
Benzenes, substituted      40 47 101 102
Benzenoid absorption      40
Benzensulphonamide      45
Benzil      33 89
Benzils      87
Benzofuraxan      78
Benzoic acid      45 76 143
Benzoic acids      47
Benzoic acids, ortho-substituted      87
Benzoic acids, substituted      144
Benzophenone      19 141
Benzotropylium      134
Benzoylacetone      72
Benzpyrene      100
Benzthiazoles      53
Benzylpenicillin      64
Biacetyl      25 32 101
Bimesityl      87
Biphenyl      103
Biphenyls, disubstituted      84
Biphenyls, ortho-substituted      82
bis-Diphenylenecumulenes      37
Blue-shift      12 118 139 141
Bonding, metal-porphyrin      104
Bonds, 'Essential' double      88
Bonds, multiple      16
Bonds, S-bond      88
Borazole derivatives      50
Bromocyclohexanone      19
Bromoketones, steroid      19
Bromoketones, triterpenoid      19
Butadiene      88
Butylcrotonal-dimine      25
Caffeine      58
Calcium fluoride      104
Calcium hexose diphosphoric acid      104
Calcium tungstate      104
Calomel      104
Camphor      19
Camphorquinone      33
Capri blue      103
Carbanions      134
Carbazole      53 102
Carbohydrates      73
Carbon disulphide      61
Carbonate ions      22
Carbonium ions      134
Carbonyl compounds, $\alpha\beta$-unsaturated      27 65
Carbonyl compounds, derivatives      30
Carbonyl compounds, saturated      17
Carbonyl group      17
Carbonyls      96
Carboxyhaemoglobin      136
Carotene      135
Carotenoid pigments      33
Carotenoid systems      35
Carotenoids      69 135
Carotenoids, all-trans      69
Carotenoids, poly-cis      70
Cedrone      29
Cell holders, thermostated      7 78 143
cells      7
Cells, thermostated      142
Charge transfer      112 114 115
Charge transfer absorption bands      113 141
Charge transfer complexes      113 118—120
Charge transfer complexes, luminescent spectra      111
Charge transfer complexes, spectra      116
Charge transfer complexes, spectral features      113
Charge transfer complexes, structural alignment      120
Charge transfer complexes, theory      114
Charge transfer complexes, thermodynamics      118
Charge transfer forces, orientation      121
Charge transfer forces, range      118
Charge transfer spectra      111
Charge transfer, intramolecular      18
Charge-resonance spectra      134
Chelation      71 104
Chemical reactions, study of      78
Chlorides, double      107
Chlorobenzenes      47
Chlorophyll      73 74 99 135
Chlorophyll a      104
Chlorophyll b      104
Chlorophyll-protein complex      79
Cholesta-3:5-diene      26
Cholestadienol-$B_{3}$-acetate      27
Cholestadienol-c      26
Chromophores      9 10 16
Chromophores, insulated      36
Chromophores, partial      63
Chrysene      48
cis-2-Alkenes      94
Cis-peak      70
cis-Stilbene      106
Citral      29
Co-ordination complexes, inorganic      139
Colour centres      112
Colour centres in inorganic compounds      131
Colouring principles      134
Complex formation      118 119
Complex resonance theory      114
Complexes, ground state      117
Complexes, heats of formation      113
Complexes, irregular dodecahedral      126
Complexes, molecular      111
Complexes, octahedral      126
Complexes, square planar      126
Complexes, stability      116
Complexes, tetrahedral      126
Conformational analysis      19
Conformations      19
Conjugation      19 20 25 41
Contact charge transfer complexes      117 118
Contact pair      118
Continuum      11
Conversion, internal      100
Coumarions      53
Coupling, between donor and acceptor      117
Crotonaldehyde      25 29
Crystal field theory      124
Crystal violet      88 89 103
Cumulated systems      37
Curve subtraction method      68
Cyanin      135
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