Landolt-Börnstein - Group II Molecules and Radicals
Volume 9D1 1980

Magnetic Properties of Free Radicals · Organic Anion Radicals

Editors: H. Fischer, K.-H. Hellwege
ISBN: 978-3-540-08884-4 (Print) 978-3-540-35799-5 (Online)
DOI: 10.1007/b19957

Table of contents (165 documents)

  1. Online Document 1

    General introduction

    H. Fischer

  2. Online Document 2

    12.0 Introduction

    M. Lehnig

  3. Online Document 3

    12.1.1.1 Anion radicals from alpha-keto aldehydes

    M. Lehnig

  4. Online Document 4

    12.1.1.2.1.1 Anion radicals from 2,3-diketones

    M. Lehnig

  5. Online Document 5

    12.1.1.2.1.2 Anion radicals from 3,4-diketones

    M. Lehnig

  6. Online Document 6

    12.1.1.2.1.3 Anion radicals from 4,5-diketones

    M. Lehnig

  7. Online Document 7

    12.1.1.2.1.4 Anion radicals from biacyls

    M. Lehnig

  8. Online Document 8

    12.1.1.2.1.5 Anion radicals from 1-aryl-1,2-diketones

    M. Lehnig

  9. Online Document 9

    12.1.1.2.1.6 Anion radicals from ferrocenyl and ruthenocenyl diketones

    M. Lehnig

  10. Online Document 10

    Anion radicals from cyclobutane- and cyclobutenedionic systems

    M. Lehnig

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    Anion radicals from cyclopentane- and cyclopentene-dionic systems

    M. Lehnig

  12. Online Document 12

    Anion radicals from cyclohexane- and cyclohexenedionic systems

    M. Lehnig

  13. Online Document 13

    Anion radicals from cycloheptane- and cycloheptenedionic systems

    M. Lehnig

  14. Online Document 14

    Anion radicals from cyclooctane, cyclononane-, etc., -diones

    M. Lehnig

  15. Online Document 15

    12.1.1.2.2.2 Anion radicals from heterocyclic dionic systems

    M. Lehnig

  16. Online Document 16

    12.1.1.3 Anion radicals from alpha-keto acids

    M. Lehnig

  17. Online Document 17

    12.1.1.4 Anion radicals from alpha-keto acid esters and amides

    M. Lehnig

  18. Online Document 18

    12.1.1.5 Anion radicals from oxalic acid esters, thioesters, and amides

    M. Lehnig

  19. Online Document 19

    12.1.2.1 Anion radicals from dionic and tetronic systems

    M. Lehnig

  20. Online Document 20

    12.1.2.2 Anion radicals from fumaric, maleic, and hexanedienedioic acids

    M. Lehnig

  21. Online Document 21

    12.1.2.3 Anion radicals from fumaric and maleic acid esters and amides

    M. Lehnig

  22. Online Document 22

    12.1.2.4 Anion radicals from maleimides and maleic anhydrides

    M. Lehnig

  23. Online Document 23

    12.2 Thiosemidiones

    M. Lehnig

  24. Online Document 24

    Organic Anion Radicals · 12.3 Semitriones

    M. Lehnig

  25. Online Document 25

    12.4.1 Anion radicals from dialdehydes and keto aldehydes

    M. Lehnig

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    12.4.2 Anion radicals from di- and tetraketones

    M. Lehnig

  27. Online Document 27

    12.4.3 Anion radicals from polycarboxylic acids

    M. Lehnig

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    12.4.4 Anion radicals from anhydrides and thioanhydrides

    M. Lehnig

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    12.4.5 Anion radicals from esters and thioesters

    M. Lehnig

  30. Online Document 30

    12.4.6 Anion radicals from imides

    M. Lehnig

  31. Online Document 31

    12.4.7 Anion radicals from thiophthalates

    M. Lehnig

  32. Online Document 32

    12.5 References for 12

    M. Lehnig

  33. Online Document 33

    13.0 Introduction

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  35. Online Document 35

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  37. Online Document 37

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.1.1.3 Trisubstituted o-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  39. Online Document 39

    13.1.1.1.4 Tetrasubstituted o-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  40. Online Document 40

    13.1.1.1.5 Polycyclic o-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  41. Online Document 41

    13.1.1.2 m-Benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  43. Online Document 43

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  45. Online Document 45

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  46. Online Document 46

    13.1.1.3.3 Trisubstituted p-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  47. Online Document 47

    13.1.1.3.4 Tetrasubstituted p-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  48. Online Document 48

    13.1.1.3.5 Polycyclic p-benzosemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  49. Online Document 49

    13.1.1.4 Pyrogallolsemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  50. Online Document 50

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  51. Online Document 51

    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  52. Online Document 52

    13.1.1.6 Benzosemiquinones derived from polyhydroxybenzenes

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.2.1 Naphthosemiquinones derived from 1,2-dihydroxynaphthalenes

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.2.2 Naphthosemiquinones derived from 1,4-dihydroxynaphthalenes

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.2.4 Naphthosemiquinones derived from trihydroxynaphthalenes

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.2.5 Naphthosemiquinones derived from naphthazarine

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.2.6 Naphthosemiquinones derived from other tetrahydroxynaphthalenes

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.3 Anthrasemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.4 Phenanthrenesemiquinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.1.5 Semiquinones from other carbocyclic compounds

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.2.1 Nitrogen heterocycles

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  62. Online Document 62

    13.2.2 Oxygen heterocycles

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

  63. Online Document 63

    13.2.3 Sulfur heterocycles

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.3 Semiquinone cation radicals

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.4 Charge-transfer complexes of quinones

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    13.5 References for 13

    K. B. Ulmschneider, H. B. Stegmann

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    14.0 Introduction

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.1 Nitroalkanes without heteroatoms (except as substituents of phenyl rings)

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.2 Nitroalkanes containing fluorine

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.3 Nitroalkanes containing chlorine

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.4 Nitroalkanes containing oxygen

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.5 Nitroalkanes containing sulfur bound to carbon

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.6 Nitroalkanes containing nitrogen

    A. Berndt

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    14.1.7 Nitroalkanes containing phosphorus bound to carbon

    A. Berndt

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    14.2.1 Nitroalkenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.2.2 1,1-Dinitroalkenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.2.4 Anions from 1,1-dinitroalkanes

    A. Berndt

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    14.2.5 Anions from dinitro- and trinitrocyclohexadienes

    A. Berndt

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    A. Berndt

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    A. Berndt

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    Open chain alkyl substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    Nitrobenzenes with cycloalkyl substituents

    A. Berndt

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    Nitrobenzenes with condensed aliphatic rings (including spirocyclic rings and paracyclophane)

    A. Berndt

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    Nitrobenzenes with condensed bicyclic rings (including triptycene)

    A. Berndt

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    Fluoro- and fluoroalkylnitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    Chloro- and chloroalkylnitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    Bromonitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    lodonitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.3 Nitrobenzenes with oxygen and oxygen containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.4 Nitrobenzenes with sulfur and sulfur containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.5 Nitrobenzenes with nitrogen containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.6 Nitrobenzenes with phosphorus containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.7 Nitrobenzenes with arsenic containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.8 Nitrobenzenes with silicon containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.10 Nitrobenzenes with boron containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.2.11 Nitrobenzenes with mercury containing substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.3.1 Vinylnitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    Formyl-, acetyl-, and benzoylnitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    COOH, COO-, COOR substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    CONH2 CONR2 substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.3.3 CSNHR; CSNR2, and CSSR substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.3.4 C=NOR substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.3.5 SOnR substituted nitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.3.6 N-nitrobenzenes containing -N=N-R and -N+=N substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.4 Nitrobenzenes containing substituents with triple bonds conjugated with the aromatic ring

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.5 Nitrobenzenes containing substituents with 6pi electrons

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.6 Nitrobenzenes with diphenylyl substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.7 Nitrobenzenes with naphthyl substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.1.8 Nitrobenzenes with anthracenyl substituents

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.3 Nitrotropolones

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.1.4 Nitronaphthalenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.1.1 Nitrofurans

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.1.2 Nitrothiophenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.1.3 Nitrothiazoles

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.1.4 Nitroimidazoles

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.2.1 Nitropyridines

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.2.2 Nitropyridine N-oxides

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.2.3 Nitropyrimidines and related compounds

    A. Berndt

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    14.3.2.3 Condensed ring systems

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.1.1.1 o-Dinitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    Unsubstituted m-dinitrobenzene

    A. Berndt

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    Substituted m-dinitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.1.1.3 p-Dinitrobenzenes

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.1.2 Nitro groups bound to different aryl rings

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.2 Dinitro compounds derived from tropolones

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.3 Dinitro compounds derived from naphthalene

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.1.4 Dinitro compounds derived from anthracene

    A. Berndt

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    14.4.2 Heterocyclic dinitro compounds

    A. Berndt

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    14.5 Aromatic trinitro compounds

    A. Berndt

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    14.6.1 Tetranitro compounds derived from naphthalene

    A. Berndt

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    14.6.3 Tetranitrophenothiazine-5-oxide

    A. Berndt

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    14.7 References for 14.1 - 14.6

    A. Berndt

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    15.0 Introduction

    A. Berndt

  134. Online Document 134

    15.1 Nitroso compounds without double bonds conjugated with the N = O group

    A. Berndt

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    15.2 Nitroso compounds with double bonds conjugated with the N = O group

    A. Berndt

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    15.3 Aromatic nitroso compounds

    A. Berndt

  137. Online Document 137

    15.4 References for 15

    A. Berndt

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    15A.0 Introduction

    A. Berndt

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    15A.1 Anion radicals containing one boron atom

    A. Berndt

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    15A.2 Anion radicals containing two boron atoms

    A. Berndt

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    15A.3 References for 15A

    A. Berndt

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    16.0 Introduction

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.1.1 Benzenes

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.1.2 Other single-ring compounds

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    M. T. Jones

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.3.1 Biphenyls

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.3.2 Bridged biphenyls

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.3.3 Other non-condensed cyclic compounds

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.4 Bridged systems

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.5 Cyclophanes

    M. T. Jones

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    16.1.6 Triptycenes

    M. T. Jones

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    16.2 Non-aromatic hydrocarbon anion radicals

    M. T. Jones

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    16.3 References for 16.1 and 16.2

    M. T. Jones

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    17.0 Introduction

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 1

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    Organic Anion Radicals · Part 2

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    17.2 Anion radicals of heterocycles containing O, S, and Se

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    17.3 Anion radicals of heterocycles containing P and Si

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    17.4 Anion radicals of heterocycles containing two or more different heteroatoms

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci

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    17.5 References for 17.1 - 17.4

    L. Lunazzi, G. Placucci