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|Title:||On the nature of hydrogen bonding in quinizarin 2-sulphonate in aqueous solution|
Bruce, J M
|Abstract:||Sulphonation of quinizarin at 2-position alters many of its characteristics. The hydroxyl group in the 1-position in sodium quinizarin 2-sulphonate in aqueous solution could be hydrogen-bonded either with the carbonyl group at C-9 or with the sulphonate group at C-2. The latter alternative has been confirmed using quinizarin and sodium quinizarin 6-sulphonate as reference compounds, and The techniques of ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy and steady state and time-resloved fluorescence spectroscopy.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.33A(05) [May 1994]|
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