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Reaction Series in which the Electroactive Group is Directly Attached to an Alkyl or Aryl Substituent

  • Petr Zuman

Abstract

In substances in which the electroactive group is attached directly to a substituent, a direct interaction between the reactive group and the substituent can take place. The shifts in the half-wave potentials of compounds of this kind, in which the polarographically active group is not cyclic system (as in some heterocyclic compounds treated in Chapter IV), are discussed in this chapter. Substituents of the type CH2X and phenyl, which exert predominantly polar effects, cause shifts in half-wave potential which follow
$$\Delta {{E}_{{1}/{2}\;}}=\rho _{\pi ,R}^{*}\sigma _{X}^{*}$$
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Petr Zuman
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  1. 1.Heyrovský Institute of PolarographyCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPragueCzechoslovakia

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