Infrared (IR) and/or Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) carbon-13 data are presented for 3-x and 4-x substituted anilines. Correlations are presented for the δ13C-1 chemical shift vs. Hammett σp and σm values,
νasym.NH2 vs. δ13C-1, νsym.NH2 vs. δ13C-1, δ13C-1 vs. νasym.NH2, δ13C-1 vs. the absorbance ratio A(νasym.NH2/A(νsym.NH2),
and δ13C-1 vs. Taft σR°. The IR data for these compounds are recorded in the vapor phase, and in hexane, carbon tetrachloride, and chloroform solutions. The NMR chemical shift data for these compounds in solution with chloroform were obtained with
the use of tetramethylsilane as the δ13C resonance reference frequency.
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