X-ray investigations on ditropyl and xanthane hydride

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dc.creator Stanford, Richard H., Jr 2007-08-21T01:08:39Z 2007-08-21T01:08:39Z 1958
dc.description.abstract X-ray investigations have been carried out on two organic compounds, ditropyl and xanthane hydride. Their unit cell dimensions and space groups are summarized in the table below. Compound \a1\ A \a2\ A \a3\ A alpha1 alpha2 alpha3 Space group Ditropyl 8.79 6.52 10.79 116°30' 93°10' 86°25' P1¯ Xanthane Hydride 4.08 10.65 12.85 90° -' 82°5' 90° -' P21/c It was shown that the tropyl ring is probably a seven-membered ring, rather than the proposed bicyclic alternate. Xanthane hydride was shown to be a planar molecule and a method for solving the structure is proposed.
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dc.subject Chemistry, Physical
dc.title X-ray investigations on ditropyl and xanthane hydride
dc.type.genre Thesis
dc.type.material Text Chemistry Natural Sciences Rice University Doctoral Doctor of Philosophy
dc.identifier.citation Stanford, Richard H., Jr. (1958) "X-ray investigations on ditropyl and xanthane hydride." Doctoral Thesis, Rice University.

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