Apr 4, 2006
Substituted pyridines are the starting materials in the manufacture of a wide range of chemical products from agrochemicals to pharmaceuticals.
As such, understanding the fundamentals of their structures is important in developing synthetic schemes for new compounds containing this component. Now, Indian chemists have used sophisticated analytical techniques to study the vibrational spectra of these compounds and have revealed nuances of the dynamics of such molecules for the first time.
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