The influence of solvent on the inductive order of substituents from infrared measurements on 4-substituted camphors: a new model of inductive effects

@inproceedings{Laurence1984TheIO,
  title={The influence of solvent on the inductive order of substituents from infrared measurements on 4-substituted camphors: a new model of inductive effects},
  author={Christian Laurence and Michel Berthelot and Maryvonne Luçon and Maryvonne Helbert and David Gordon Morris and Jean-François Gal},
  year={1984}
}
4-Substituted camphors (1)–(24) have been chosen as purely inductive models of substituent effects in order to study the effect of solvent on the inductive order of substituents. The probe was the carbonyl stretching vibration, the frequency of which was measured in (i) the gas phase, (ii) non-polar solvents (heptane and carbon tetrachloride), (iii) a hydrogen-bonding acceptor solvent (pyridine), (iv) a hydrogen-bonding donor solvent (hexafluoropropan-2-ol), and (v) an amphoteric solvent… CONTINUE READING