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5 h, distilled off solvent, the residual extracted ether. 7071oC (from hexane). 1 (s, 2 H, Ar). 43. C21H34O3. 25. [2,2-(methylcarboxymethyl)-2,6-di-tert-butylmethylenchinone] (1b). 0 mmol) 1 and 4 g (~17 mmol) Ag2O in 30 ml of hexane maintained an admixture ~1 h at 20оС. After branch Ag2O solvent distilled. p. 159–161°C). 29 (s, 2 Н, Ar). butylmethylenchinone] (2b). 0 mmol) 2 and 4 g (~17 mmol) Ag2O. p. 193–194°C (from hexane). 31 (s, 2 Н, Ar). 34); the IR-spectrum, ν / cm–1: 1735 (СООBut), 1655 (C=O), 1640 (C=C).
3]. 2 METHODOLOGY Geometric and electronic structures, general and electronic energies of molecule 3,3'-diindenyl was received by method ab initio in base 6–311G** and are shown on Fig. 7 and in Table 7. 13 (for 3,3'-diindenyl qmaxH+ alike Table 7)). This same formula is used in references [6—16]. pKa=32. FIGURE 7 Geometric and electronic molecule structure of 3,3'-diindenyl. Methodologies on Quantum-chemical Calculation 23 (E0= –18 11035 kDg/mol, Eel= –4873383 kDg/mol) TABLE 7 Optimized bond lengths, valence corners and charges on atoms of the molecule 3,3'-diindenyl.
A stable operation range was determined for the sensors (4 < pH < 8). Since no data could be found on controlled decomposition of an explosive compound (nitrate) under oil-field conditions, we describe in some detail the “tubing-inside-tubing” injection scheme and the procedures used to control BM reaction at the bottomhole during injection. More than 20 tonnes of aqueous solutions (with 66 wt% NН 4NO 3 and 50 wt% NaNO2, respectively) were injected into well no. 3003 in the Usinsk oil field. To do this, a 73-mm diameter tubing string was run through 168-mm casing perforated in the reservoir zone to the reservoir base at a depth of 1401m, and a 45-mm diameter tubing string was run through the 73-mm tubing to a depth of 1391m.