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Describes symmetry of polyatomic molecules in flooring states. additionally covers excited and ionized states of those molecules.
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5. The angularly cyclobuta-fused isomer 141, which loses n-bond order across the bridged bond in going from reactants to transition state, should be more reactive than 1, but is observed to have about the same reactivity. It also is slightly less reactive than the linearly fused isomer 140, although the operation of the Mills-Nixon effect would demand it to be more reactive. Finally, the presence of the electron-donating methyl groups at C5 and C6 leads to a three-fold rate enhancement over IBF, while dibromo substitution as in 142 leads to a two-fold rate reduction.