Electric Dipole Moments of Some Styrenes

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THE electric dipole moments, in benzene solution at 25° C., of the following nuclear methylated styrenes have been measured : These values are approximately corrected for atom polarization. Otto and Wenzke1 report a value of 0.63 D for (I). The others appear not to have been examined.

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EVERARD, K., SUTTON, L. Electric Dipole Moments of Some Styrenes. Nature 162, 104 (1948) doi:10.1038/162104a0

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