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Photochromic Aziridines. a Novel Photoisomerization and the Geometry of Colored Intermediates in Solution Phase as Compared To Solid State

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Cis-trans photoisomerization was observed in solution-phase photolysis of some photochromic aziridines, indicating a common planar intermediate. However, in the solid state, each isomer produced a different color, and no photoisomerization occurred, indicating separate and noninterconvertible structures.

Affiliations: 1: Printing Plate Product and Technology Development Eastman Kodak Company Windsor, Colorado 80551 U.S.A.


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