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In addition, effects due to correlation of electronic motion (73) do not appear to be responsible for the computed barrier values. While it is easy enough to show that the barrier is not due to these special effects, it is more difficult to sort out of the mass of information a simple explanation of what the barrier is due to. There is no unique way to approach this problem. One may go about obtaining models and physical arguments for the barrier from wavefunctions in several ways. The results may vary in usefulness and may emphasize completely different aspects of the total process.
0 Max. 05 ED NMR NS Gas Solns. in methylcyclohexane In CHC13CCI4 In CS, Solid 26,366 364 27,362 105 358 105 105 360 Gas Gas Gas Gas GaS T T T T T 456 207 358 359 105 358 Gas Gas Gas Solid, liq. 5 2. 0 Data and notes, kcal/mole Adipate anion radical Stilbene anion radical Name CHz-CH,-COOC,H,-CCH-C,H,- - OOCH-CH~- Formula TABLE I1 (continued) Refs. In 1 0 0 ~ o Liq. Liq. Liq. Liq. Liq. Liq. Liq. NMR IR, Ram NMR NMR NMR NMR NMR NMR NMR Liq. IR, Ram 373 373 373 373 371 376 373 371 376 3 74 372 376 3 72 375 Solid 367 Soln.
454 1:4 Soln. in 321 CFCI, Liq. 454 Liq. 1 :4 Soln. in 321 CFC13 CFzCI, 1 :4 Soh. 3’ J 321 1 : 2 Soh. in 304,32 CFCL 1:2OSoln. 09 j3-Phenethyl chloride j3-Phenethyl bromide a,j3-Dibromobutyrophenone CHZI-CHzOH Temp. dep. 07 ? 06 1-Bromo-2-chlorotetrafluoroethane Succinonitrile CFzBr-CF2CI Data and notes, kcal/mole CzH5--CH(CH,)(OH) 2-Butanol Name Formula TABLE I1 (continued) Refs. Gas 316 Liq. 316 Liq. 328 S o h in 329 toluene Dil. soln. 330 in CCl, Dil. soh. 330 in CCI, Gas 331 Dil. soh. 330 in CCI, Dil.