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eBook SOLVATOCHROMISM ePub

by P. SUPPAN,N. GHONEIM

  • ISBN: 0854044191
  • Category: Chemistry
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: P. SUPPAN,N. GHONEIM
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry; 1 edition (January 15, 1997)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1739 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1961 kb
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Paul Suppan, Nagwa Ghoneim.

Paul Suppan, Nagwa Ghoneim. This book provides a summary of the current knowledge about the effect of the environment on molecular electronic spectra - "environment" being taken in the broadest sense, to cover gaseous and condensed phase matter as well as organised molecular assemblies and biological specimens.

Book Publishing WeChat. Suppan, P. and Ghoneim, N. (1997) Solvatochromism. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge

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Solvatochromism is the phenomenon observed when the colour due to a solute is different when that solute is dissolved in different solvents

Solvatochromism is the phenomenon observed when the colour due to a solute is different when that solute is dissolved in different solvents. The solvatochromic effect is the way the spectrum of a substance (the solute) varies when the substance is dissolved in a variety of solvents. In this context, the dielectric constant and hydrogen bonding capacity are the most important properties of the solvent

19 P. Suppan and N. Ghoneim, Solvatochromism, Royal Society of. Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 1997.

19 P. 20 S. D. Conner and S. L. Schmid, Nature, 2003, 422, 37.

The solvatochromism of several iron(II) complexes in various binary . Soukup and R. Schmid, J. Chem. 62, 459 (1985); P. Ghoneim, Solvatochromism, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1997.

The solvatochromism of several iron(II) complexes in various binary aqueous solvent mixtures has been established, at 25 °C. A solvent sensitivity scale has been developed fo. . 2. A. Bartecki and J. Burgess, The Colour of Metal Compounds, Gordon and Breach, Reading, 2000, Ch.

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The outstanding large negative solvatochromism of this standard betaine dye has been used to establish UV/vis spectroscopically a comprehensive set of empirical parameters of solvent polarity, called ET.P. Suppan, N. Ghoneim.

The outstanding large negative solvatochromism of this standard betaine dye has been used to establish UV/vis spectroscopically a comprehensive set of empirical parameters of solvent polarity, called ET(30) resp. ETN values, now known for many molecular and ionic solvents as well as for a great variety of solvent mixtures. Solvatochromism, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge (1997).

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1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Solvatochromism from your list? Solvatochromism. Published January 15, 1997 by Springer-Verlag Telos.

The aim of this book is to provide an overview of the many applications that colour chemistry, in its widest sense, has found in the last . 91 P.

The aim of this book is to provide an overview of the many applications that colour chemistry, in its widest sense, has found in the last couple of decades. Not only have there been developments in the traditional areas of colorants for textiles, paints and inks but also in an exciting variety of newer technologies. Hutchings, in Conference Papers from ChemiChromics ’97, Manchester, June 1997, Spring Innovations, UK.

This book provides a summary of the current knowledge about the effect of the environment on molecular electronic spectra - "environment" being taken in the broadest sense, to cover gaseous and condensed phase matter as well as organised molecular assemblies and biological specimens. Although solvatochromism has now been a very active area of research for many years, this is the first and only book to have been published which is devoted entirely to the subject, and it succeeds in providing a comprehensive overview of the field, with a selection of references for more detailed information. The main part of the book is concerned with experimental observations, whilst the theoretical section concentrates on the simplest electrostatic methods. The effects of the medium on the energies and intensities of electronic transitions are related to the solvation energies of the various electronic states of the solute molecules, providing important information about the nature and properties of their surroundings. Solvatochromism will be of interest not only to the specialist researcher in this field, but also to scientists and medical practitioners, for example, who take a more empirical approach to the environmental effects on adsorption and luminescence spectra.