Thermochemical Isotope Effects. Chloroform/Chloroform-d and Acetone/acetone-d6 in Selected Solvents
Isotope effects on the heats of solution of the isotopic pairs chloroform/chloroform-d and acetone/ acetone-d6 have been measured in a variety of solvents at 25°. While both positive and negative isotope effects have been observed for the heats of solution of these solutes, the transfer of the deuterated compound from cyclohexane (at infinite dilution) to other solvents is in every case more exothermic than the transfer of the parent compound.
W. C. Duer and G. L. Bertrand, "Thermochemical Isotope Effects. Chloroform/Chloroform-d and Acetone/acetone-d6 in Selected Solvents," Journal of the American Chemical Society, American Chemical Society (ACS), Jan 1974.
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