Physical Methods in Heterocyclic Chemistry V3 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780124011038, 9780323148504

Physical Methods in Heterocyclic Chemistry V3

1st Edition

Editors: A Katritzky
eBook ISBN: 9780323148504
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th January 1971
Page Count: 486
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Physical Methods in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Volume III provides information pertinent to ionization constants and ultraviolet spectra. This book discusses the methods for the prediction of ionization constants. Comprised of seven chapters, this volume starts with an overview of the ionization constants of a number of heterocyclic compounds. This text then describes the procedures that are usually followed when molecular structure determinations based on electron diffraction measurements are carried out. Other chapters consider the concept of group frequencies, which rests upon the experimental fact that certain groups of atom give rise to vibrational transitions which are close or at the same frequency irrespective of the particular molecule in which the group occurs. The final chapter deals with the optical rotatory power, which is the only generally accessible physical property by which enantiomers can be distinguished in isolation. Heterocyclic chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists, and researchers will find this book extremely useful.

Table of Contents

Contributors to Volume III


Preface to Volumes I and II

Contents of Other Volumes

1 Ionization Constants

I. Introduction, and Further Observations on the Determination of Ionization Constants

II. Paraffinic Heterocycles

III. The Heteroaromatics

IV. Ethylenic Heterocycles

2 The Gas Electron Diffraction Method


II. Later Development of the Electron Diffraction Method

III. Examples of Structural and Conformational Investigations

IV. Concluding Remarks

3 Raman Spectroscopy


II. Applications

4 Ultraviolet Spectra of Heterocycles

I. Introduction

II. Discussion

III. Tables of Ultraviolet Spectra

A. Discussion

B. Nitrogen Heterocycles

C. Sulfur Heterocycles

D. Nitrogen- and Sulfur-Containing Heterocycles

E. Oxygen Heterocycles

F. Nitrogen- and Oxygen-, and Oxygen- and Sulfur-Containing Heterocycles

General References


5 Mass Spectrometry of Heterocyclic Components

I. Introduction

II. Five-Membered Heterocyclic Compounds with One Heteroatom

III. Five-Membered Heterocyclic Compounds with More than One Heteroatom

IV. Five-MMmbered Heterocyclic Compounds with Three and More Heteroatoms

V. Six-Membered Heterocyclic Compounds with One Heteroatom

VI. Heterocyclic Compounds with Two or More Heteroatoms in a Six-Membered Ring

VII. Heterocyclic Compounds with Two or More Heteroatoms in Different Rings

VIII. Compounds Containing B, or AS, or SE as Ring Heteroatom

IX. Mass Spectra of Pharmaceuticals

6 Gas-Liquid Chromatography of Heterocyclic Compounds

I. Introduction

II. Role of the Solid Support in Gas-Liquid Chromatography of Heterocyclic Compounds

III.Interaction between Heterocyclic Compounds and Stationary Phase, and Thermodynamics of Solution

IV. Heterocyclic Compounds as Stationary Phases and Solid Adsorbents in Gas-Liquid Chromatography

V. Identification of Heterocyclic Compounds in Gas Chromatography

VI. Heterocycles with One Nitrogen Atom in Ring and Alkaloids

VII. Heterocycles with One Sulfur Atom in Ring

VIII. Heterocyclic Compounds with One Oxygen Atom in the Ring

IX. Heterocycles with Two or More Heteroatoms

X. Conclusions

7 Optical Rotatory Dispersion, Circular Dichroism, and Magnetic Circular Dichroism

I. Introduction

II. Natural Optical Activity

III. The Absorption Spectra of Heterocyclic Compounds

IV. Optical Activity on Heterocyclic Compounds

V. Conclusion

VI. Magnetic Optical Activity

Author Index

Subject Index


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