Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 55 Issue 5 May 1962 pp 280-283
Diamagnetic susceptibilities of 10 mixtures with triethylamine as the common component have been determined. Deviations from linearity have been observed in all cases except in aniline and
Volume 58 Issue 4 October 1963 pp 229-232
Deviations from additive law were observed in the case of Nitrobenzene, Chloroform, Chlorobenzene and a few alcohols. Hetero-molecular hydrogen bond formation between Triethylamine and Nitrobenzene or Chloroform was found to cause diminution in diamagnetic susceptibility. The counteracting “ring effect” was found to decrease the former effect. In the case of Chlorobenzene, the former effect is only slightly greater than the latter.
Alcohols were found to show positive deviations as a result of rupture of hydrogen bonds when mixed with diluents like Triethylamine.