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The formation of 62 from the intramolecular reaction of 58 and of 5 from the intermolecular reaction of anthracene and dimethylaniline 29 may also occur via C-C bond formation in the biradical or radical pair intermediates. The photochemical behavior of several families of (N-methylaminoalkyl)arenes and arylolefins have been investigated in the author's laboratory. No quenching of locally excited phenanthrene fluorescence is observed for the 1-(N-methylaminoalkyl)phenanthrenes 71 and 72 and no intramolecular adducts are formed.

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