The molecular properties governing solubilities of organic nonelectrolytes in water

@article{Taft1985TheMP,
  title={The molecular properties governing solubilities of organic nonelectrolytes in water},
  author={Robert W. Taft and Michael H. Abraham and Ruth M. Doherty and Mortimer J. Kamlet},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1985},
  volume={313},
  pages={384-386}
}
Among the important problems in solutions chemistry, hitherto unresolved, is that of identifying and evaluating the solute and solvent molecular properties governing solubilities of organic non-electrolytes in water. There are few subjects having such widespread ramifications. The treatment of solubility phenomena in terms of molecular properties of both solutes and solvents is made particularly explicit in the approach in which the endoergic formation of a solvent cavity suitable for the… Expand
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