Heats of ionization of o-methoxy phenol, m-methoxy phenol and p-methoxy phenol in aqueous solution have been determined calorimetrically. Combination of our results with ΔF° values from ionization constants gives °S° values for ionization of these substituted phenols in aqueous solution. Interpretation of the thermodynamic data in terms of resonance and inductive effects and solute-solvent interactions is discussed briefly.
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