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Results of various empirical and theoretical studies demonstrate that electronic effects of substituent groups can be reliably predicted in many cases. Such predictions are based upon electronegativity and resonance concepts. A given substituent may increase or decrease electron density at various other positions in the ring, depending on its affinity for electrons and its relative position in the ring. Properties associated with electrons in matter, such as basicity or acidity, redox potentials, and electronic-spectra, are thereby modified, sometimes predictably.
Analytical Applications of 1,10-phenanthroline and Related Compounds by Alfred A. Schilt