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'Thermochemical Mimicry' of Phenyl and Vinyl Groups: Can it be Extened to Charged Species?

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Author(s)

E P. Hunter, S G. Lias, C M. Rooney, J L. Winstead, J F. Liebman

Abstract

By examination of a set of recently evaluated proton affinities, the thermochemical mimicry of phenyl and vinyl derivatives is shown not to apply to charged species.
Citation
International Journal Of Mass Spectrometry And Ion Processes
Volume
179/180

Keywords

enthalpy of formation, ionization energies, proton affinities, substituent effects

Citation

Hunter, E. , Lias, S. , Rooney, C. , Winstead, J. and Liebman, J. (1998), 'Thermochemical Mimicry' of Phenyl and Vinyl Groups: Can it be Extened to Charged Species?, International Journal Of Mass Spectrometry And Ion Processes (Accessed July 15, 2024)

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Created June 1, 1998, Updated February 17, 2017