1965 Volume 38 Issue 11 Pages 1935-1940
The decrease in the g-value of diphenyl nitric oxide in hydrogen-bonding solvents has been examined. This decrease has been analyzed on the basis of Stone’s theory for the g-value of a π-radical. The decrease in the g-value has been shown to be caused mainly by the decrease in the odd-electron density on the oxygen atom and the increase in the energy difference between the odd-electron and lone-pair orbitals. We have also attempted to estimate the blue shift of the n-π* transition from the g-value.
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