Physical Methods in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Volume IV, discusses the application of physical methods to organic chemistry, and in particular to heterocyclic chemistry. Since the publication in 1963 of the first two volumes of this treatise, the application of physical methods to organic chemistry, and in particular to heterocyclic chemistry, has proceeded apace. The importance of physical methods to structure determination and to the understanding of inter- and intramolecular interactions has increased no less than the flood of new work. Heterocyclic chemists are thus faced with the necessity of having more to comprehend for the efficient execution of their own work. The present volume includes chapters on electric dipole moments and heteroaromatic reactivity, which originally appeared in Volume I, and chapters on nuclear quadrupole resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, and infrared spectra, which originally formed part of Volume II. Also included is one new topic: dielectric absorption.
Contributors to Volume IV Preface Preface to Volumes I and II Contents of Other Volumes 1 Dielectric Absorption of Heterocyclic Molecules I. Introduction II. Factors Influencing the Relaxation Time III. Parameters Evaluated from Dielectric Data IV. Application of Dielectric Data to Heterocyclic Systems 2 Nuclear Quadrupole Coupling Constants I. General Introduction II. Results III. Microwave Spectra 3 Heteroaromatic Reactivity I. Introduction II. Compounds with One Six-Membered Heteroaromatic Ring III. Compounds with One Five-Membered Heteroaromatic Ring IV. Application of Molecular Orbital Theory V. Application of Linear Free Energy Relationships Addendum 4 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra I. General Introduction II. Small Rings III. Heteroaromatic Compounds with Five-Membered Rings IV. Compounds with Six-Membered Heterocyclic Rings 5 Recent Applications of Electric Dipole Moments to Heteroeyelic Systems I. Introduction II. Recent Methods Employed in Dipole Moment Measurement III. Theoretical Calculation of Dipole Moments IV. Application of Theoretical Dipole Moment Studies to the Elucidation of Molecular Behavior and Structure V. Application of Experimental Dipole Moments VI. Molecular Interaction VII. Conclusion 6 Infrared Spectroscopy of Heterocycles I. Introduction II. Small Rings III. Five-Membered Rings with One Heteroatom IV . Five-Membered Rings with Two or More Heteroatoms V. Six-Membered Rings; Nonaromatic, without Carbonyl Groups VI. Six-Membered Rings with Carbonyl Groups VII. Aromatic Six-Membered Rings without Carbonyl Groups VIII. Seven-Membered and Larger Rings IX. Compounds Containing Heteroatoms Other than Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Sulfur X. Substituent Vibrations Author Index Subject Index
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