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1Author    HeinzP. Fritz, Helmut Gebauer, Peter Friedrich, Peter Ecker, Reinhold Artes, Ulrich SchubertRequires cookie*
 Title    Elektrochemische Synthesen, XIV [1] Radikalkation-Salze des Naphthalins Electrochemical Syntheses, XIV [1]. Radical Cation Salts of Naphthalene  
 Abstract    By anodic oxidation of naphthalene in H2CCI2/O.O2 m Bu4NPF6 at —45 °C dark red-violet crystals of (CioHshPFö can be obtained by electrocrystallisation. They are stable at low temperatures, however, decompose on warming. In solution and in the poly-crystalline state these radical cation salts show only narrow e.p.r. signals without h.f.s. The specific conductivity of a polycrystalline pellet at room temperature was determined to be 0.12 ±0.046 Ohm -1 cm -1 . The structure determination of (CioHs^PFe yielded the tetragonal space group P42/n, Z = 2, a = b = 1156(2), c = 640(1) pm. Patterson synthesis and difference Fourier analyses showed the compound to have a columnar stacking of CioHg units the long molecular axes of which are twisted alternately by 90° around a screw axis in c-direction, and the molecular planes of which are 320 pm apart. The PFß -ions have four nearest CioHs neighbours lying in pairs in parallel planes 63 pm above and below that plane of PF6~ perpendicular to the c-axis and containing a PF4 group. This is the first established case for a columnar structure of a pure hydrocarbon radical cation. (CIOH8)2AsF6 is isomorphous. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 33b, 498—506 (1978); eingegangen am 21. Februar 1978 
  Published    1978 
  Keywords    Naphthalene Radical Cation, X-ray, Columnar Structure, Conductivity 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1978-33b-0498 
 Volume    33