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Document Type

Research

Abstract

The dipole moments, molar refractions, and some ultraviolet absorption data ( λmax and εmax) are reported for β -methyl- β -nitrostyrene (4.25 D, 51.8 ml, 307 mμ., 12,200), the p-methoxy (5.04 D, 59.2 ml), p-methyl (4.66 D, 54.8 ml), p-fluoro (2.82 D, 49.5 ml, 308 mμ, 11,000), p-chloro (2.68 D, 54.5 ml, 310 mμ, 14,200), p-bromo (2.71 D, 55.8 ml, 308 mμ, 17,000), p-iodo (2.91 D, 62.8 ml, 318 mμ, 15,500), p-nitro (1.12 D, 55.1 ml, 302 mμ, 16,600), & p-cyano (1.15 D, 54.5 ml, 294 mμ, 16,500) derivatives of β -methyl- β -nitrostyrene. The same data are reported for β-ethyl-β-nitrostyrene (4.15 D, 52.1 ml, 306 mμ, 9,800), the p-methoxy (5.07 D, 63.3 ml, 346 mμ, 15,600), p-methyl (4.73 D, 63.0 ml, 325 mμ, 8,500), p-fluoro (2.77 D, 52.7 ml, 309 mμ, 10,300), p-chloro (2.71 D, 60.6 ml, 312 mμ, 12,300), p-bromo (2.77 D, 60.7 ml, 313 mμ, 13,000), p-iodo (2.99 D, 69.1 ml, 320 mμ, 15,100), p-nitro (1.12 D, 64.4 ml, 300 mμ, 16,500) & p-cyano (1.31 D, 56.2 ml, 292 mμ, 15,000) derivatives of β-ethyl-β-nitrostyrene. The ultraviolet absorptions are also reported for the P-fluoro (313 mμ, 16,100), p-bromo (314 mμ, 21,900), p-iodo (323 mμ, 17,400), and the p-cyano (299 mμ, 21,100) derivatives of trans-β-nitrostyrene.

Publication Date

1969

Journal Title

Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science

Volume

76

Issue

1

First Page

127

Last Page

134

Copyright

© Copyright 1969 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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