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Structural Investigation and Preparation of 14-alkyl-14H-dibenzo[a,j]xanthenes revised
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 Title & Authors
Structural Investigation and Preparation of 14-alkyl-14H-dibenzo[a,j]xanthenes revised
Ahmad Khoramabadi-zad; Zahra Kazemi; Hadi Amiri Rudbari;
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 Abstract
Prepartion of the title compounds at 0-5 is reported along with their AM1 SCF MO calculations. The advantage of this procedure is the hight purity of the produ cts.
 Keywords
Xanthene;AM1 calculations;2-naphthalenol;Ethanal;Propanal;Butanal;Ethanedial;
 Language
English
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