A thermal technique for studying moderately fast reactions in solution
RA Fredlein and I Lauder
Australian Journal of Chemistry
22(1) 33 - 38
A thermal technique is described for studying reactions with half-life periods from 2 to 100 sec. The method has been used to study the acidic hydrolysis of t-butyl formate at 65.6° and also the hydrolysis of acetic anhydride at 64.8°, both in aqueous solution.
Full text doi:10.1071/CH9690033
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