By Boschke F.L.

ISBN-10: 0471196584

ISBN-13: 9780471196587

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Most attempts to correlate the ionization potentials have thus been made on the basis of Koopman's theorem. 5 eV to 5 eV. The error here seems too large even if provision is made for the possible reorganization of electrons in the molecule. 491 Applications The best estimates have been obtained to date by using the MINDO and PNDO methods. In Tables 6 to 8 we show the ionization potential values obtained by each of these methods for alkanes and cycloalkanes, alkenes, acetylenes and aromatic compounds.

J. : J. Chem. Phys. 50, 1275 (1969). d) Values taken from Bloor, J. , Gflson, B. , Billingsley II, F. P. : Theoret. Chim. ) 12, 360 (1968}. , referencc 3=a). _ S x w0 1 I I I 1 2 3 4 Ca[culoted dipole m0ments{Oebyes) Fig. 3. Comparison between calculated and observed dipole moments. - - - - Perfect correlation. 9 Calculated dipole movements CNDO/2. O Calculated dipole movements MINDO/I. The numbers refer to compounds in Table 21 504 Dipole Moments Table 19. Dipole moments (debyes) of hydrocarbonsa) Compound Obs.

31 c) Cal. INDO level Cal. , reference 47). ~) Dewar, M. J. , reference ~s). e) Bloor, J. , Breen, D. L. : J. Phys. Chem. 72, 716 (1968). : Theoret. Chim. ) 13, 213 (1969). : Bull. Chem. Soc. Jap. 40, 2761 (1967). f /" / / E nu o 1 2~ 2 lj # 2 3/ E f J Q. ~o i I ! 2 3 4 Cotculcted dipole rnoments{Debyes] Fig. 4. Comparison between calculated and experimental dipole moments. - - - Perfect correlation. 9 Calculated dipole movements CNDO/2. C) Calculated dipole movements MINDO/1. The numbers refer to compounds in Table 22 505 Applications Table 20.

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