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Polarographic Reduction of Azomethine Compounds

  • Yu. P. Kitaev
  • T. V. Troepol’skaya

Abstract

Compounds with molecules containing the azomethine grouping have been known for a very long time and continually attract attention owing to the great possibilities they offer in syntheses and for practical purposes. In spite of this, problems concerning the molecular structure of the azomethines have been insufficiently investigated and remain largely controversial. A number of chemical and physical properties of such compounds were unexpected owing to the unique way in which electronic and steric factors are mutually influenced. The study of these factors is one of the most important problems in modern theoretical organic chemistry [1].

Keywords

Wave Height Alkaline Solution Electrode Reaction Drop Mercury Electrode Polarographic Behavior 
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  • Yu. P. Kitaev
  • T. V. Troepol’skaya

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