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Acidity and basicity, respectively . 17). 17 Hydrogen-bond formation between nitroanilines and ethanol. 5 THE EFFECT OF SOLVENT POLARITY ON CHEMICAL SYSTEMS The main principles and concepts of the effect of solvent polarity on chemical reactions and equilibria are outlined in the following sections. However, this is a vast subject area beyond the scope of this work and the interested reader will find a detailed discussion elsewhere . 1 The Effect of Solvent Polarity on Chemical Reactions Generally, the effect of changing the solvent in which a chemical reaction is conducted may be understood by considering the charge distribution of the reactants and transition states.
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If nonvolatile liquids are to be used to avoid the problems associated with volatile organic solvents, then it is very desirable that there is some convenient way of recovering the reaction products from the liquid. This approach is used in the biphasic systems described in Chapters 2–5. In the fluorous biphase (Chapter 3), reagents and catalysts are fine-tuned by adding perfluoroalkyl chains, known as ‘ponytails’, to ensure that only those chemicals will mix with the fluorous layer. Purification is simply a matter of separating the two phases.