triplet state

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triplet state

[′trip·lət ‚stāt]
(atomic physics)
Electronic state of an atom or molecule whose total spin angular momentum quantum number is equal to 1.
(quantum mechanics)
Any multiplet having three states.
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The nitrene diradical produced is shown to initiate the free-radical photopolymerization of acrylates, such as hexanediol diacrylate (HDDA).
The resulting gas is then heated in a second process to 680 [degrees] C to form the diradical, para-xylylene.
SYNTHESIS OF CHIRAL DIRADICAL FOR MOLECULAR MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Next, the quantitative cleavage (pyrolysis) of the dimer at the two methylene-methylene bonds at about 680[degrees]C, yields the stable monomeric diradical, p-xylene.
Polymerization is probably of the tetramethylene diradical complex (9) rather than the individual monomers.
The formation of diradical species is thus considered negligible.
Recently the photochemical decabonylation of cyclopentanone to produce tertramethylene diradicals has been studied on the femptosecond timescale.
He describes quantum mechanics for organic chemistry, fundamentals of organic chemistry, pericyclic reactions, diradicals and carbenes, organic reactions of anions, solution-phase organic chemistry, and organic reaction dynamics, all of which he punctuates with personal interviews with leading lights in the field.
3a] In 1947, Steacie also worked for the appointment of Gerhard Herzberg in the physics division of NRC, and Herzberg was to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1971 for his photochemical studies, including the generation of carbenes, which can exist as diradicals.
After these two molecules of ethylene diradicals change to 1,4-dioxane, it finally turns to dioxine and [H.
The book features a summary of SOC computations for various organic diradicals and triplet species with listings of all actual computed values, plus a large data set of experimental and computational results pertaining to nitrenes.