Effect of paramagnetic particles on the crystallization temperature of compounds containing a conjugated system
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The paramagnetic particles formed in the heat treatment of anthracene affect a system with a related structure as a whole, determining a change not only in the chemical reactivity and the optical and photoelectric properties, but also in the crystallization temperature of compounds containing a conjugated system.
In compounds containing a conjugated system the degree of supercooling of the melts is not a criterion of their degree of purity.
KeywordsCrystallization Heat Treatment Anthracene Crystallization Temperature Chemical Reactivity
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