By Tanizaki H.
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Degraded products of the polymer, which are consisted of stereoisomers of 1,3,5and 1,2,4-triphenylbenzenes. Because most of the polymer had been decomposed in the presence of CF3COOH, the contents of the 1,3,5- and 1,2,4-triphenylbenzenes represent those of 1,3,5- and 1,2,4-substituted phenylene structures in the polymer. From the 1H NMR spectrum of the decomposition product of the soluble hb-P1 (Fig. 5A), the contents of 1,3,5- and 1,2,4-triphenylbenzenes are calculated from equation 1. 2. 2 in hb-P1.
0 ϫ 10−5 mol/L), λmax(nm)/max(mol−1 L cm−1): 231/18742, 260/33416. iii. hb-P3 White powder. 5 (GPC, Table 2, entry 7). IR (thin film), ν (cm−1): 3295 (ϵC–H stretching), 3067, 3016 (Ar–H stretching), 1594 (–CC– ring stretching), 1428, 1110 (Si–Ph stretching), 699 (Ar–H bending). 20 (ϵC–H). 5 (–CϵCH). 0 ϫ 10−5 mol/L), λmax(nm)/max(mol−1 L cm−1): 230/23940, 261/36196. iv. hb-P4 White powder. Yield: 99%. 4 (GPC, Table 2, entry 9). qxd 3/9/2005 34 1:14 PM Page 34 Hyperbranched Poly(silylenearylene)s (–CC– ring stretching), 1382 (CH3 bending), 1251 (Si–CH3 bending), 831 (Si–C stretching), 809 (Ar–H bending).
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A Simple Gamma Random Number Generator for Arbitrary Shape Parameters by Tanizaki H.