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Anthraquinone

Scott Prahl

Anthraquinone This page summarizes the optical absorption and emission data of Anthraquinone that is available in the PhotochemCAD package, version 2.1a (Du 1998, Dixon 2005). I reworked their data to produce these interactive graphs and to provide direct links to text files containing the raw and manipulated data. Although I have tried to be careful, I may have introduced some errors; the cautious user is advised to compare these results with the original sources.

The JavaScript libraries that I used to graph the data do not work with IE7 and earlier — you will not see the cool interactive graphs. Chrome seems to work best. You can resize any of the graphs by clicking and dragging a rectangle. If you hover the mouse over the graph, you will see a pop-up showing the coordinates. One of the icons in the upper right corner will let you export the graph in other formats.

Absorption

This optical absorption measurement of Anthraquinone were made by R.-C. A. Fuh on 06-24-1997 using a Cary 3. The absorption values were collected using a spectral bandwidth of 1.0 nm, a signal averaging time of 0.133 sec, a data interval of 0.25 nm, and a scan rate of 112.5 nm/min.

These measurements were scaled to make the molar extinction coefficient match the value of 45,000cm-1/M at 251.2nm (Meyer, 1973).

Original Data | Extinction Data

Notes

A fluorescence spectrum was not recorded.

References

Dixon, J. M., M. Taniguchi and J. S. Lindsey (2005), "PhotochemCAD 2. A Refined Program with Accompanying Spectral Databases for Photochemical Calculations, Photochem. Photobiol., 81, 212-213.

Du, H., R.-C. A. Fuh, J. Li, L. A. Corkan and J. S. Lindsey (1998) PhotochemCAD: A computer-aided design and research tool in photochemistry. Photochem. Photobiol. 68, 141-142.

Meyer, A. Y. and A. Goldblum (1973) Planar and nonplanar unsaturation. Preparation, properties and molecular-orbital characterization of some fluoro-derivatives of anthracene and anthraquinone. Isr. J. Chem. 11, 791-804.


© 5 March 2012 Scott Prahl