Oxazohnes


The acetone/chloroform system, shown in Figure 6, exhibits strong negative deviations from Raoult s law because of hydrogen bonding between the single hydrogen atom of chloroform and the carbonyl oxygen of acetone. The data of Severns et al. (1955) are well represented by the Ul IQUAC equation.  [c.50]


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