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Using the model and methods of a previous paper, the average components of the rotary diffusion tensor of a flexible molecule are calculated. The results obtained are found to be related to both the intrinsic viscosity and to the translational diffusion constant. In particular the rotatory...
The spectra of three octenes, cyclohexene and 2,3‐dihydropyrane, and of octyne−1 and −2 were obtained in n ‐heptane solution to 1700A. Intensity measurements on ethylene vapor to 1550A enable the contribution of the Rydberg bands to be separated from that of the continuum. The f ‐values...
Formulas are given for an approximation to the energy values of the levels of the asymmetric rotor when the latter are essentially twofold degenerate. The method of arriving at these formulas follows that described recently, in which the energy matrix is examined under conditions where J →∞....
The pyrolysis of ethylbenzene in the presence of excess of toluene has been shown to be a unimolecular process, the rate‐determining step being C 6 H 5 ⋅ CH 2 ⋅ CH 3 → C 6 H 5 ⋅ CH 2 ⋅ + CH 3 ⋅ . The methyl radicals were removed by a reaction with toluene, yielding CH 4 and benzyl...
Yang's general quasi‐chemical theory of superstructure is further generalized in terms of the atomic distribution on sublattices of any number and of any geometrical arrangement. The possibility of the formation of different types of long‐distance order due to the different recombinations of...
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