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Such a bond would supposedly be stronger than that between bulk methanol molecules from a consideration of the acidity of the hydrogen atoms since Mg(CH 3 OH)6 + has an acid dissociation constant 103 times greater than MeOH. Schoolery and Alder  made no correction for magnetic susceptibility in calculating the molar shifts as pointed out by Shcherbakov , who II 33 TYPES OF SOLVATION indicated that on the whole more accurate data in measuring molar chemical shifts in electrolyte solutions was obtained by Hertz and Spalthoff  since they did make such corrections and also used a more accurate method in measuring ä.
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