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Preferential solvation in alkan-1-ol/alkylbenzoate binary mixtures by solvatochromic probes.
The binary mixtures of methanol with (C(1)-C(4)) alkylbenzoates and of (C(1), C(3), C(5), C(7), C(9), C(11)) alkan-1-ols with methylbenzoate were used as solvents to look into the preferentialExpand
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Microwave dielectric relaxation spectroscopy study of alkan-1-ol/alkylbenzoate binary solvents.
The structure and dynamics of alkan-1-ol/alkylbenzoate binary mixtures have been studied by microwave dielectric relaxation spectroscopy in the 200 MHz to 20 GHz frequency range. The binary mixturesExpand
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Acid–base behaviour of organopalladium complexes [Pd(CNN)R]BF4
Protonation of the orthopalladated carbon of the cyclometallated complex [Pd(CNN)L]+, where L = P(OMe)3 and HCNN is the C-deprotonated form of the tricoordinated chelant donor ligandExpand
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Phosphine and thiophene cyclopalladated complexes: hydrolysis reactions in strong acidic media.
The mechanisms for the hydrolysis of organopalladium complexes [Pd(CNN)R]BF(4) (R=P(OPh)(3), PPh(3), and SC(4)H(8)) were investigated at 25 °C by using UV/Vis absorbance measurements in 10 % v/vExpand
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Protonation Sites of Indoles and Benzoylindoles
Indomethacine (1) and acemethacine (2) contain the substituents -OCH3, -CH2COOH, -CH2COOCH2COOH, C-indole and O-benzoyl, which are susceptible to protonation in highly acidic media. To determine theExpand
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Hydrolysis mechanisms for the organopalladium complex [Pd(CNN)P(OMe)3]BF4 in sulfuric acid.
The acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of the organopalladium complex [Pd(CNN)P(OMe)3]BF4 species was monitored spectrophotometrically at different sulfuric acid concentrations (3.9 and 11.0 M) in 10% v:vExpand
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Evaluation of proton activity in microemulsions by a kinetic probe.
The decomposition reaction of the purple dye murexide in acidic media is used as a probe indicator for protons in nonionic microemulsions. The reaction kinetics primarily rely on the protonExpand
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Preferential solvation and mixing behaviour of the essential oil 1,8-cineole with short–chain hydrocarbons
Abstract This work deals with the structure and solvation ability of the binary mixtures of the essential oil 1,8-cineole with n-hexane, n-octane and n-decane. The relevant derived properties excessExpand
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