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A Study of the Methods of Interpretation of Electron‐Diffraction Photographs of Gas Molecules, with Results for Benzene and Carbon Tetrachloride
The reliability and accuracy of the visual method of interpreting electron-diffraction photographs, consisting in the correlation of values of (4π sin ν/2) / λ obtained by visual measurement of ringsExpand
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The Electron-Diffraction Investigation of the Structure of Molecules of Methyl Azide and Carbon Suboxide.
We have applied the electron-diffraction method of studying the structure of gas molecules, developed by Mark and Wierl and briefly described by us in a recent paper,(1) in the determination of theExpand
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The Determination of the Structures of the Hexafluorides of Sulfur, Selenium and Tellurium by the Electron Diffraction Method.
The application of electron diffraction methods in the study of gas molecules was first made by Mark and Wierl,(1) who investigated the structure of a large number of molecules in this way. UsingExpand
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The Structure of the Carboxyl Group: I. The Investigation of Formic Acid by the Diffraction of Electrons.
The electronic structure of a carboxylic acid has been ordinarily written as [diagram]. It has been recognized,(1) however, that the structure O:- R:C::O+:H also may make a significant contributionExpand
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Variation of contact angle and structure with molecular length and surface density in adsorbed films of fatty acids
Abstract Films of fatty acids from 12 to 22 carbons were prepared by adsorption on glass microscope slides from cetane solutions. Variations in density were achieved (1) by using a range ofExpand
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The Electron-Diffraction Investigation of the Molecular Structure of Cyanogen and Diacetylene (with a Note on Chlorine Dioxide).
  • L. Brockway
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 September 1933
The structures of cyanogen and diacetylene have been previously investigated by the electron-diffraction method by Wierl,(1) who reported nonlinear models with 150° bond angles for both molecules.Expand
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The Three-Electron Bond in Chlorine Dioxide.
  • L. Brockway
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 March 1933
The stability of certain molecules(1) containing an odd number of electrons has been explained on the basis of the formation of three-electron bonds. Evidence has now been obtained whichExpand
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The Crystal Structure of Stannite , CU 2 FeSnS 4
The crystal structure of stannite was investigated by R. Gross and N. Gross in 19231) with the aid of powder photographs. They reported a tetragonal unit-cell ao = 5.577 A; Co = 5.180 A with: 8n atExpand