• Linear free energy relationship in reactions between diphenyl amine and benzyl bromides

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      Diphenyl amine; substituent effect; reaction constant; isokinetic temperature; linear free energy relationship

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      Rate of reaction between benzyl bromide and diphenyl amine is retarded by electron-donating groups and enhanced by electron-withdrawing groups present on the benzene ring of the substrate. Hammett’s reaction constant p of the reaction decreases with increase in temperature according to the equation, ρ =-11.92+ 3.54/T.

      Minimal structural effects observed are attributed to the fact that the isokinetic temperature of the reaction is close to the reaction temperature.

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      S Ranga Reddy1 P Manikyamba1

      1. Department of Chemistry, Kakatiya University, Warangal - 506 009
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