NMR studies of the structure of aqueous solutions. I. The aqueous N-methylpropionamide system
by Hinton, James F.; Westerman, C. E.
The proton magnetic resonance of aqueous N-methylpropionamide solutions has been studied as a function of the mole fraction of water and as a function of temperature. The NMR data indicate that the addition of N-methylpropionamide to water produces an initial structure-making effect in water with a maximum at approximately 0.85 mole fraction of water. The further addition of the organic component to water produces a structure breaking effect with respect to water.
- Spectrochimica Acta, Part A (Molecular Spectroscopy)
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