Tautomerism of nitro compounds
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The comparatively small dissociation rate of aciphenylnitromethane is explained by a significant steric factor. The recombination of phenylnitromethane proceeds normally.
The ion strength of the solutions has very little influence on the rate of the processes studied.
KeywordsRecombination Dissociation Rate Nitro Compound Steric Factor Small Dissociation
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