Monomeric OH Stretching Frequencies in Monohalogenated Monocarboxylic Acids

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In a recent publication from these laboratories we discussed spectra-structure correlations for pure monohalogenated monocarboxylic acids and noted that the bonded OH stretching vibration appeared to undergo a frequency shift in certain of the compounds studied. The extreme broadness of these absorption bands prevents accurate peak frequency measurements. We have now measured the frequencies of the monomeric OH stretching frequencies of these compounds in carbon tetrachloride solution, along with those of a few unsubstituted acids for comparison, and report the results here.

Keywords: Acids, infrared spectra of; Monohalogenated monocarboxylic acid; Monomer OH vibration frequencies

Document Type: Short Communication


Affiliations: Chemistry Department, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056

Publication date: July 1, 1971

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