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Dissociation enthalpies of terminal (N–O) bonds, DH(N–O), in amine N-oxides, nitrile N-oxides, pyridine N-oxides, quinoxaline 1,4-dioxides, furoxans, nitrones, azoxy- derivatives, azo-N,N-dioxides, nitro compounds, nitramines, and alkyl nitrates are calcu- lated from published enthalpy of formation, enthalpy of sublimation, and enthalpy of vaporization data. For each class of organic compounds, the calculated DH(N–O) val- ues are critically evaluated. The derived DH(N–O) values can be used to estimate enthalpies of formation of other molecules in each of these classes of organic compounds.




Acree, W. E., Pilcher, G., & Ribeiro Da Silva, M. D. M. C. (2005). The dissociation enthalpies of terminal (N-O) bonds in organic compounds. Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data, 34(2), 553–572. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1851531

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