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X-RAY POWDER DIFFRACTION DATA FOR SOME FERROCENE DERIVATIVE
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Application of X-ray diffraction to identification of polycrystalline ferrocene derivatives is discussed. These compounds are well suited to X-ray diffraction analysis because of their crystalline nature and the individualistic patterns obtained even in closely related substitutions. Data are shown for various mono and di-substituted compounds. Emphasis is placed on effects noted in long chain substitutions and spacings are given for 12 of this type of compound. Powder diffraction data and other physical properties are shown for twenty ferrocene derivatives which were synthesized for research on ultraviolet absorbers for space vehicles. Author
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