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TL;DR: 1. Advantages and disadvantages of Chemical Redox Agents, 2. Reversible vs Irreversible ET Reagents, 3. Categorization of Reagent Strength.
Abstract: 1. Advantages of Chemical Redox Agents 878 2. Disadvantages of Chemical Redox Agents 879 C. Potentials in Nonaqueous Solvents 879 D. Reversible vs Irreversible ET Reagents 879 E. Categorization of Reagent Strength 881 II. Oxidants 881 A. Inorganic 881 1. Metal and Metal Complex Oxidants 881 2. Main Group Oxidants 887 B. Organic 891 1. Radical Cations 891 2. Carbocations 893 3. Cyanocarbons and Related Electron-Rich Compounds 894
01 Jan 1997
TL;DR: In this article, the normal modes of vibration are illustrated and corresponding vibrational frequencies are listed for each type, including diatomic, triatomic, fouratomic, five-atomic, six-atomic and seven-atomic types.
Abstract: Inorganic molecules (ions) and ligands are classified into diatomic, triatomic, four-atomic, five-atomic, six-atomic, and seven-atomic types, and their normal modes of vibration are illustrated and the corresponding vibrational frequencies are listed for each type. Molecules of other types are grouped into compounds of boron, carbon, silicon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur, and the structures and infrared (IR)/Raman spectra of select examples are shown for each group. Group frequency charts including band assignments are shown for phosphorus and sulfur compounds. Other group frequency charts include hydrogen stretching frequencies, halogen stretching frequencies, oxygen stretching and bending frequencies, inorganic ions, and metal complexes containing simple coordinating ligands. Keywords: inorganic compounds; coordination compounds; diatomic molecules (ligands); triatomic molecules (ligands); four-atomic molecules (ligands); five-atomic molecules (ligands); six-atomic molecules (ligands); seven-atomic molecules (ligands); boron compounds; carbon compounds; silicon compounds; nitrogen compounds; phosphorus compounds; sulfur compounds; group frequency charts
29 Aug 1996
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