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# Quadrupole Resonance Spectrum of Chloranil and Its Hexamethylbenzene Complex

01 Jun 1960-Journal of Chemical Physics (American Institute of Physics)-Vol. 32, Iss: 6, pp 1882-1883

TL;DR: The nuclear quadrupole resonance spectrum of chloranil and in the 1: 1 complex with hexamethylbenzene was obtained at 77 tained K and room temperature.

AbstractThe nuclear quadrupole resonance spectrum of Cl in chloranil and in the 1: 1 complex of chloranil with hexamethylbenzene was obtained at 77 tained K and room temperature. The results are used to estimate the upper limit for charge transfer in the complex from chloranil to hexamethylbenzene. Complexes of picrylchloride: hexamethylbenzene and parachloroaniline: sym-trinitrobenzene were also studied but no resonances were detected. (D. L.C.)

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