1-Chloro-3-nitrobenzene for synthesis

Thus, 13C, 2H, 15N, and 17O contributions from (C6H4ClNO2)+ to 158, 37Cl and 18O contributions from (C6H4ClNO2)+ to 159 and the different possible combinations of 18O and 37Cl with 13C, 2H and 15N contributions from (C6H4ClNO2)+ to 160 in the biofield treated 3-CNB were significantly increased gradually with respect to the time (T1 to T3) and was found to be highest at T3 as shown in the Figure 5.

Crystalline1-chloro-2-methyl-3-nitrobenzene was purchase from Aldrich Chemical Company, USA.

For information on industrial chemicals, see: Chloronitrotoluenes (2010). For the use of the title compound as a starting material in the synthesis of 7-chlorovasicine (pyrrolo[2,1-b]quinazolin-3-ol, 8-chloro-1,2,3,9-tetrahydro), see: Southwick & Cremer (1959). For its toxic effects on , see: Ramos (2001) and on , see: Schultz (1999); Katritzky (2003). For a related structure, see: Liu & Du (2008).


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It clearly indicated that the fragmented ion peak at  111 was due to chlorobenzenes ion (C6H4Cl)

C7H6ClNO2, (I), contains an aromatic ring with chloro, methyl and nitro substituents arranged in this order next to one another, The C—Cl and C—N bond lengths and angles in (I) are very close to those found in a similar structure (Liu & Du, 2008). The central methyl group interacts sterically with the neighboring chloro and nitro groups, as evidenced by the N—C3—C4 and Cl—C1—C6 angles of 115.0 (1)° and 116.78 (8)°, respectively. These angles are compressed from the ideal 2 - hybridized carbon atom. The mean plane of the nitro group is twisted away from the mean plane of the aromatic ring by 38.81 (5)°.


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BUT such a style, also implies for the 'inner' vertical C-C bonds (as drawn above between rings), that they are equivalent to a double bond (bond order 2), but each C-C bond in the rings has an average bond order of 1.5 in the delocalised aromatic ring system.

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In other way, it indicates the probability to have (for 12C, 1H, 16O, 14N, etc.) contributions to the mass of the parent molecular ion [M+].