Petrographic criteria for the recognition of porphyritisation. by John Russell Loudon

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ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MA 1956 L68
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Abstract. Core and/or peripheral protonation of meso-tetra(pyridyl)porphyrins, H 2 (py)P, with weak and strong acids have been studied by UV-vis spectroscopy. The results support the proposal that the position of the Soret as well as the Q(0,0) bands of the dications is influenced by π donation from the meso substituents to the porphyrin core.

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