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There is no doubt that the knowledge of the thermodynamic data for benzenoid hydrocarbons is of prime importance for the understanding of their basic physical and chemical properties and, in particular, their formation in high-temperature processes. Furthermore, thermodynamic parameters are needed for testing the great many resonance energies which are the outcomes of various theoretical approaches to benzenoid molecules (some of which are outlined in Chapters 5, 6, and 7).
KeywordsInfrared Emission Interstellar Cloud External Vertex Cyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Benzenoid Hydrocarbon
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