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Electrical Conductivity and Magnetic Susceptibility of Ovalene

Naturevolume 168pages520521 (1951) | Download Citation

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OVALENE(C32H14) has the most compact configuration of rings among the condensed aromatic compounds which have so far been obtained. From this point of view, it is of interest to know the electrical and magnetic properties to be attributed to the π-electrons of this molecule.

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  1. Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo

    • HIDEO AKAMATU
    • , HIROO INOKUCHI
    •  & TAKASHI HANDA

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