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A thermal expansion investigation of the melting point anomaly in trihalomesitylenes


, : A thermal expansion investigation of the melting point anomaly in trihalomesitylenes. Chemical Communications 51(48): 9829-9832

Generally the order of melting point of halogenated compounds is found to be I > Br > Cl whereas, in the series of trihalomesitylenes the order follows as Br > I ≈ Cl. This melting point anomaly has been explained in terms of their thermal expansion behaviours. The order of thermal expansion in this series is found to be Br < I ≈ Cl.

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PMID: 25989349

DOI: 10.1039/c5cc03033a


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