CRC Handbook of Fundamental Spectroscopic Correlation Charts by T. Bruno, P. Svoronos

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The first in each set was measured using a double-beam spectrophotometer using a neat sample against an air reference. These spectra are presented in both wavenumber (cm−1) and micrometer (µm) scales. The spectra were recorded under high-concentration conditions (in terms of path length and attenuation) to emphasize the characteristics of each solvent. Thus, these spectra are not meant to be ‘‘textbook” examples of infrared spectra. The second spectrum in each set was measured with a Fourier transform instrument.

Notes: Polar solvent; soluble in alcohols, ether, benzene, and most oils; usually stabilized with methanol to prevent phosgene formation; flammable and highly toxic by inhalation, ingestion, or skin absorption; narcotic; suspected to be carcinogenic; incompatible with caustics, active metals, aluminum powder, potassium, sodium, magnesium. Synonyms: trichloromethane, methane trichloride. 00 Notes: Nonpolar hydrocarbon solvent; mild, gasoline-like odor; soluble in hydrocarbons, alcohols, organic halides, acetone, benzene; flammable; moderately toxic by inhalation, ingestion, or skin absorption; may be narcotic at high concentrations; reacts with oxygen (air) at elevated temperatures; decomposes upon heating; incompatible with strong oxidants.

8. J. , CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2003. 9. NIST, NIST Chemistry Web Book, NIST Standard Reference Database, No. 69, March 2003. gov/chemistry. 10. , The properties of organic liquids that are relevant to their use as solvating solvents, Chem. Soc. , 22(6): 409–416, 1993. 75 Forms azeotrope with water (at 16% mass/mass) that boils at 76°C. Notes: Highly polar solvent; sweet, ethereal odor; soluble in water; flammable, burns with a luminous flame; highly toxic by ingestion, inhalation, and skin absorption; miscible with water, methanol, methyl acetate, ethyl acetate, acetone, ethers, acetamide solutions, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, ethylene chloride, and many unsaturated hydrocarbons; immiscible with many saturated hydrocarbons (petroleum fractions); dissolves some inorganic salts such as silver nitrate, lithium nitrate, magnesium bromide; incompatible with strong oxidants; hydrolyzes in the presence of aqueous bases and strong aqueous acids.

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