volume 142, issue 1-2, P23-32 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2006.02.016
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Abstract: Stearic acid (SA) is highly soluble in structurally diverse solvents. SA/solvent packing within a (24.8 A)3 cubic volume explains the stoichiometry of SA solubility at multiple temperatures in multiple solvents. In the absence of solvent, the cubic volume contains 25 molecules at van der Waals distances from each other. At 55 degrees C, SA occupied half the cubic volume in saturated solution of four structurally diverse solvents. Below 4% SA/volume (e.g. in acetonitrile), the head and foot of each SA molecules…

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