Structure and infrared spectra of some phenothiazine series derivatives
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Infrared spectra of phenothiazine, isomeric benzo- and dibenzophenothiazines, and their S-oxides and -dioxides are investigated in the N-H and S → O valence bond vibration regions. On the basis of the results obtained, a hypothesis is advanced regarding intermolecular hydrogen bonding with the compounds studied, and views are put forward regarding the effect of structural factors on their formation.
KeywordsHydrogen Dioxide Hydrogen Bonding Organic Chemistry Structural Factor
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