Authors: Palaprat G
, Marty JD
, Routaboul C
, Lattes A
, Mingotaud AF
, Mauzac M
Study of Hydrogen Bonding in Liquid Crystalline Solvent by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy.
Publication date: 2006
Journal: Journal of Physical Chemistry A
Abstract: A hydrogen-bonded complex between an aromatic acid and an enantiopure chiral amine has been dissolved in a nematic solvent, giving rise to a cholesteric medium. Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) experiments have been performed at various temperatures on both sides of the cholesteric-isotropic transition. Liquid crystalline order provides significant enhancement to the strength of interaction, inducing a discontinuous jump in concentration of the complex at the cholesteric-isotropic transition.
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