Date of Award

Fall 1981

Degree Type

Thesis - Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Chemistry

First Advisor

Nakamoto, Kazuo

Second Advisor

Haworth, Daniel T.

Third Advisor

Steinmetz, Mark

Abstract

Cobalt(II) chelates of porphyrins and Schiff base ligands have been the subject of extensive investigations due to their ability to form molecular oxygen adducts. This work was undertaken to study the influence of an axial and in-plane ligands on 0-0 stretching frequencies of Co(chelate)(base)o2 type complexes.

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