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Solute A Nonpolar Nonpolar Polar Polar Solvent B nonpolar polar nonpolar polar Interaction AÁÁÁA BÁÁÁB AÁÁÁB weak weak strong strong weak strong weak strong weak weak weak strong a) Not much change for solute or solvent. b) Di‰cult to break up B Á Á Á B. c) Di‰cult to break up A Á Á Á A. 1. 1 Solutions 9 Table 2-2. Solubilities of methane, ethane, chloromethane, and dimethyl ether in tetrachloro-methane (nonpolar solvent) and acetone (polar solvent) [22]. Solute Solute polarity CH4 CH3 CH3 CH3 Cl CH3 OCH3 nonpolar nonpolar polar polar Solubility/(mol Á mÀ3 ) at 25  C in CCl4 in CH3 COCH3 29 220 1700 1900 25 130 2800 2200 The solubilities of ethane and methane are higher in nonpolar tetrachloromethane, whereas the opposite is true for chloromethane and dimethyl ether.

G. found in the cases of 4-hydroxyazobenzene [24] and acetone [25], led to the realization that the e¤ect of solvent on dissolved molecules is a result of electrical fields. These fields in turn originate from the dipolar properties of the molecules in question [25]. The similarities in the relationships between solvent e¤ects on reaction rate, equilibrium position, and absorption spectra has been related to the general solvating ability of the solvent in a fundamental paper by Scheibe et al. [25].

It seems that both electrostatic and charge-transfer interactions are important in the ground state of EPD/EPA complexes. Their relative contribution, however, varies widely in di¤erent EPD/EPA complexes [183]. Another description of EPD/EPA interactions, particularly useful for strong complexes, is based on the coordinative interaction between Lewis bases or nucleophiles (as EPD) and Lewis acids or electrophiles (as EPA) [53, 58]. The intermolecular bonding is seen not as a hybrid of electrostatic and charge-transfer forces, but as one of electrostatic and covalent ones.

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