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The association of phenol in water saturated carbon tetrachloride solutions

Badger, Richard M. and Greenough, Ralph C. (1961) The association of phenol in water saturated carbon tetrachloride solutions. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 65 (11). pp. 2088-2090. ISSN 0022-3654. doi:10.1021/j100828a040.

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The association of phenol in CCl_4 solution has been shown to be greatly promoted by the presence of water, and several kinds of evidence indicate that the predominant polymer species is a “hemihydrate dimer.” Spectroscopic evidence shows that the hydrogen atoms of the water are not involved in hydrogen bonding and it is presumed that the polymer owes its stability to bonds formed through the agency of the hydrogen atoms of the phenol hydroxyls.

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Additional Information:© 1961 American Chemical Society. Received June 26, 1961.
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Official Citation:THE ASSOCIATION OF PHENOL IN WATER SATURATED CARBON TETRACHLORIDE SOLUTIONS Richard M. Badger and Ralph C. Greenough The Journal of Physical Chemistry 1961 65 (11), 2088-2090 DOI: 10.1021/j100828a040
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