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Heterocyclic structures applied as efficient molecular probes for the investigation of chemically important interactions in the liquid phase

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Heterocyclic molecular probes were applied for the investigation chemically significant effects of the liquid phase to solute materials. A brief historic overview of the estimation of solvent effects is reported as well as most recent developments. The familiar three-dimensional concepts of solvent–solute interactions were upgraded to two-dimensional effects similar to surfaces where heterocyclic structures with compensating dipoles give basic insights in processes on the molecular level.

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Langhals, H. Heterocyclic structures applied as efficient molecular probes for the investigation of chemically important interactions in the liquid phase. Chem Heterocycl Comp 53, 2–10 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10593-017-2014-z

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Keywords

  • pyridinium salts
  • solvatochromism
  • solvent effects
  • solvent polarity
  • UV/Vis spectroscopy