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Carlos, R. R. Karl, and S. H. S. Furuday 11, 1974, 70, 177. E. J. M. Van Schaick, F. C. Mijlhoff, G. Renes, and H. J. Geise, J . Mol. Structure, 1974, 21, 17. 79 B. Ahlquist, B. Andersen, and H. M. Seip, J . Mol. Structure, 1974, 22, 141. 2", calculated by CND0/2 methods. Overall symmetry is CzV. SCF-MO calculations of bond lengths are compared with electron diffraction determined values for two compounds c6cl6. 45 (calc. 37 (calc. 356 A) for C=C. 687 A. 476 A. The remaining studies are all concerned with conformational analysis.
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Huisman and F. C. Mijlhoff, J . Mol. Structure, 1974, 21, 23. R. Stprlevik, Acta Chem. Scand. (A), 1974, 28, 299. 24 Molecular Structure by Diffraction Methods frequencies to be made. The electron diffraction values of 45 and 86 cm-1 compare with directly observed frequencies of 97 and 107 cm-1. Tetrakis(chloromethy1)methane has been treated in a similar ~ a y . ~There 5 are six possible spectroscopically distinct staggered conformers, of which two, with D2d and S4 symmetry, are present in equal amounts.
Molecular Structure by Diffraction Methods: v. 3 (Specialist Periodical Reports) by G.A. Sim, L.E. Sutton