THE MTCROWAVE SPECTRUM OF 1,2,3,6 TETRAHYDROPYRIDINE
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Publisher:Ohio State University
The microwave spectrum of 1,2,3,6 tetrahydropyridine has been studied with a Hewlett-Packard Model 8400C microwave spectrometer in both the X-band (8.0-12.4 GHz) and R-band regions (26.5-40.0 GHz)[FIGURE]. a-, b-, and c-type transitions have been assigned for two different conformations. A study of the N-deutero derivative has allowed identification of the conformers as twist-axial and twist-equatorial respectively, where twist refers to the conformation of the ring skeleton and axial equatorial to the orientation of the hydrogen on the nitrogen atom. Stark effect measurements are in progress.
Author Institution: Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry, Mississippi State University
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