ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Dipole Moments in Organic Chemistry Free Download

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In accordance with the aims of the series “Physical Methods in Organic Chemistry,” of which this book forms part, the authors r main aim was a systematic account of the most important methods of using the method of dipole moments in organic chemistry and interpreting its results in practice. Since 1955, when two monographs devoted to the fundamentals and applications of the dipole moment method appeared simultaneously (C. P. Smyth, Dielectric Behavior and Structure, McGraw-Hill, New York; and J. W. Smith, Electric Dipole Moments, Butterworths, London), no generalizing studies of this type have appeared in the Russian and foreign literature. Nevertheless, it is just in this perĀ­iod that almost half of all publications on the structure and properĀ­ ties of organic compounds by means of the dipole moment method have appeared.

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