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  • 1 AUREL VLAICU University Chemical and Biological Sciences Department Bd. Revolutiei 77 310130 Arad Romania
  • | 2 DWI Aachen Aachen Germany
  • | 3 POLITEHNICA University Inorganic Chemistry Department Polizu Str. 1 Bucharest Romania
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Abstract  

A number of dibenzobicyclo[2.2.2]octane derivatives have been studied due to the interest of such compounds as ligands for coordination compounds with potential biological activity. Their thermal behaviour has been analyzed in order to find out more information about their fragmentation. A connection between the bridge substituents and the fragmentation process has been observed.