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The 1st variation of Pope and Swenberg's digital methods of natural Crystals, released in 1982, turned the vintage reference within the box. It supplied an educational at the experimental and comparable theoretical homes of fragrant hydrocarbon crystals and integrated rising paintings on polymers and superconductivity. This new version comprises the entire textual content of the 1st variation, plus an intensive new part, comprising approximately half the ebook, which covers fresh advancements and functions with polymers. The e-book presents a unified description of what's identified in virtually each point of the sector, from simple phenomena to the most recent useful purposes, which come with LED's, photocopiers, photoconductors, batteries, transistors, liquid crystals, photorefractive units, and sensors.

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80 Medium Method Reference 50% aq. EtOH 1 48A 50% aq. Dioxane 1 61J 10% aq. 54 25 75% aq. 65 25 50% aq. 40 25 50% aq. 00 25 50% aq. 30 25 50% aq. 43 25 50% aq. 30 25 50% aq. 10 - 50% aq. 43 25 50% aq. 65 25 50% aq. 80 25 50% aq. 23 50% aq. 13 25 25% aq. MeOH 50% aq. MeOH 75% aq. 73 25 25% aq. EtOH 50% aq. EtOH 75% aq. l (Continued) Substituent Unsubstituted pKi Method Reference 25 25% aq. n-PrOH 50% aq. n-PrOH 75% aq. 58 25 25% aq. Me 2 CO 50% aq. M e 2 C 0 75% aq. 2 7 ON 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Aq.

97 25 50% aq. l (Continued) Substituent Unsubstituted pKi Method Reference 25 25% aq. n-PrOH 50% aq. n-PrOH 75% aq. 58 25 25% aq. Me 2 CO 50% aq. M e 2 C 0 75% aq. 2 7 ON 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 Aq. 001 I 8% aq. 4% aq. 3% aq. 4% aq. 0% aq. 1% aq. 7% aq. 0% aq. 6% aq. 2 Temp. PKi Temp. 34 20 20% aq. 62 25 50% aq. 47 25 50% aq. 41 25 50% aq. 58 25 50% aq. 94 25 75% aq. 40 25 50% aq. 97 25 50% aq. 2 (Continued) pKi Temp. 23 25 50% aq. 38 25 50% aq. 59 25 50% aq. 25 25 50% aq. 98 25 50% aq. 45 25 50% aq.

91 14b 72Bg Cd(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 67 4,7-Dichlorophenanthroline Fe(II) - EtOH, 0 . 1 OAc" Cu(I) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 5 16 Cu(II) 25 50% DOX, 0 . 2 11 61J 14b 72Bg 14a 72Bg 5-Bromophenani t h r o l i n e Ni(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 12 Ag(I) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 08 Zn(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 69 14b 72Bg Cd(II) 25 50% EtOH, 0 . 3 Metal ion (Continued) Medium Temp. 4 Metal ion Stability Constants of Bipyridyl Metal Complexes (Mixed or Non-aqueous Solvents) Medium Temp. 8Dt 12 66B 25 Aq. 001 M in all 8% aq. 4% aq.

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