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Complexes of n and π Donors with Halogens and Related σ Acceptors

  • M. Tamres
  • J. Yarwood
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Abstract

In this chapter we consider the interaction of n and donors with a class of acceptors, namely, halogens and related compounds. Such interaction, notably with iodine, has an extended history dating to the turn of the century. Kleinberg and Davidsonl have reviewed the observations of iodine to 1948. Major impetus for the rapid development of the field of electron donor—acceptor interactions arose from the ultraviolet spectrophotometric study on iodine complexes by Benesi and Hildebrand in 19492, and the theoretical interpretation of the spectra by Mulliken in 19523. Since then, in addition to continued study of electronic spectra, a wide range of techniques has been applied to the study of halogen complexes. There have been extensive vibrational studies (section 3.4) while X-ray crystallography, magnetic resonance spectroscopy (section 3.5) and dielectric absorption studies (chapter 7) have all made significant contributions. As a result the literature on halogen complexes is vast, and several recent reviews4a,5,6 are of considerable importance.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Tamres
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  • J. Yarwood
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  1. 1.Chemistry DepartmentUniversity of MichiganAnn ArborUSA
  2. 2.Chemistry DepartmentUniversity of DurhamDurhamEngland

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