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Study of Hot Atom Effects of Cadmium Phthalocyanine using a “Daughter-tracing Technique”

Nature volume 222, pages 10601061 (14 June 1969) | Download Citation

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ALTHOUGH Szilard–Chalmers processes in metal phthalocyanine complexes have been frequently studied1, difficulties in the chemical treatment of cadmium phthalocyanine have led to its neglect. It is scarcely soluble in most solvents and it is easily demetalled by sulphuric acid. It is, however, important to compare the behaviour of recoil atoms in cadmium phthalocyanine in which the central atom has ionic character with that in other complexes where the central atoms have covalent character.

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  1. Japanese Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokai, Ibaraki, Japan.

    • KENJI YOSHIHARA
    •  & HIROSHI KUDO

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