Date of Award

Summer 1975

Degree Type

Thesis - Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Chemistry

First Advisor

Bournique, Raymond A.

Second Advisor

Haworth, Daniel T.

Third Advisor

Kittsley, Scott. L.

Abstract

Light has ever been the vehicle of discovery, of definition; and, quantized in spectrophotometry, it emerged as an analytical probe for low concentrations of chromophores. This interaction of matter and energy provided a mode for computing the formation constants of several symmetrical nickel (II) dioxime chelates in non-aqueous media. As a preliminary step in an on-going study, this thesis is one of possibilities rather than absolutes. Hopefully, others may find here fuel for that flash of insight which will further dissipate the darkness of unknowing.

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