TITANIUM COMPLEXES OF PARA-SUBSTITUTED PYRIDINE-N-OXIDES. I. EFFECT OF SUBSTITUENT ON THE N-O AND TI-O STRETCHING VIBRATIONS.
Summary technical rept. 15 Jun 66-14 Jul 67,
CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIV PITTSBURGH PA MELLON INST OF SCIENCE
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Para-substituted pyridine-N-oxides and their titanium tetra-fluoride complexes have been studied in the infrared in the region 4000 - 33 cm-1. Particular attention has been paid to shifts occurring in both the N-O and Ti-O stretching mode as a function of para-substituent. Correlation of both these vibrational modes with the substituent constant reveal that little, if any, back bonding occurs between the titanium atom and the ligands. Author
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy