Thermodynamics of Intermolecular Self-Association of Hydrogen Bonding Solutes by Titration Calorimetry
The hydrogen bond has been the object of extensive interest in the past few decades. In particular, the study of dilute solutions of hydrogen bonding solutes has made possible an increased understanding of the nature of the hydrogen bond. The tendency of many such solutes to self-associate intermolecularly has permitted systematic investigations of the effects of solvents and substi-tuents on the strength of the self-association interaction, thereby contributing to the understanding of the theory of hydrogen bonding.
KeywordsBenzoic Acid Thermodynamic Parameter Molar Enthalpy Polymer Model Apparent Relative Molar Enthalpy
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