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So ubiquitous is water on this planet that our view of chemistry, by custom and convenience, is strongly biased in favour of aqueous solutions. What then are we to make of other solvents where the strongest acid may be the least ionised, where a respectable acid like CH3CO2H behaves as a base, where an anion base achieves stabilisation only by bonding to a molecule of its conjugate acid? Examination of acids and bases in non-aqueous solvents cannot fail to be enlightening.

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Dielectric Constant Medium Effect Picric Acid High Dielectric Constant Infinite Dilution 
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  • E. J. King
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  1. 1.Department of Chemistry, Barnard CollegeColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

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