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By Heinrich Zollinger

A serious, well-referenced and eminently readable advent to the chemistry of fragrant and heteroaromatic diazo compounds. hugely invaluable reference for man made natural chemists, business chemists and colour chemists. DLC: fragrant and heteroaromatic compounds.

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91 Whether measured or calculated, there is no question as to what D values mean. With E values the matter is not so simple. 92 Consequently, E for the CÀ ÀH bond in methane is 98 kcal molÀ1 À1 (411 kJ mol ) at 0 K. , the energy necessary to convert a compound to its atoms) directly but to calculate it from the heat of combustion. 11. 5 kcal mol (416 kJ mol ). This method is fine for molecules like methane in which all the bonds are equivalent, but for more complicated molecules assumptions must be made.

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