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Change with time of the degree of association of alkoxytitanium compounds in benzene solution

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    The degree of association of alkoxytitaniums of the type\((RO)_4 Ti; CITi(OR)_3 ; (RO)_2 TiO; \begin{array}{*{20}c} {Cl \setminus } \\ {RO / } \\ \end{array} TiO; \begin{array}{*{20}c} {Cl \setminus } \\ {RO / } \\ \end{array} TiO \cdot ROH; Cl_2 TiO \cdot \) ·2ROH in benzene solution decreases with time.

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    As cryoscopic determination showed, substances of this type behave as monomers after a few hours. This makes it possible to use cryoscopy for determining the molecular weights of alkoxytitaniums in their monomolecular form.

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Nesmeyanov, A.N., Nogina, O.V. & Dubovitskii, V.A. Change with time of the degree of association of alkoxytitanium compounds in benzene solution. Russ Chem Bull 8, 1449–1451 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00918596

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Keywords

  • Molecular Weight
  • Benzene
  • Benzene Solution
  • Monomolecular Form