Photoelectron spectroscopy of trisubstituted benzenes: Dichloroiodobenzenes

@article{Novk2006PhotoelectronSO,
  title={Photoelectron spectroscopy of trisubstituted benzenes: Dichloroiodobenzenes},
  author={I. Nov{\'a}k and B. Kova{\vc}},
  journal={Chemical Physics},
  year={2006},
  volume={321},
  pages={119-126}
}
Abstract The electronic structure of isomeric dichloroiodobenzenes (C 6 H 3 ICl 2 ) has been investigated by HeI/HeII photoelectron spectroscopy. The spectra were assigned by Green’s functions calculations and comparison with the spectra of related dichlorobenzenes (C 6 H 4 Cl 2 ). The careful analysis of π-orbital and halogen lone pair ionization energies, enabled us to analyze substituent effects in detail, describing them in terms of resonance, inductive and spin–orbit coupling interactions… Expand
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