# QSPR study on pK_{a} values of N-methoxy-polynitroaniline derivatives

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## Abstract

A QSPR study is presented for acidities of thirteen N-methoxy-polynitroaniline derivatives. Hammett σ values are known for *meta* and *para* substituents, and in the present study values are introduced for *ortho*-substituents in these N-methoxy-polynitroaniline derivatives. Hammett σ values for *ortho*-substituents in these N-methoxy-polynitroaniline derivatives were obtained by multiplying *para* values with 0.65.

## Keywords

*N-methoxy-polynitroanilines*

*acidity*

*QSPR*

*Hammett σ constants*

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