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Thus, these spectra are not meant to be ‘‘textbook” examples of infrared spectra. The second spectrum in each set was measured with a Fourier transform instrument. 1–10 The refractive indices are values measured with the sodium-d line. Solvation properties include the solubility parameter, δ, hydrogen bond index, λ, and the solvatochromic parameters α, β, and π*. Please note that the Chemical Abstract Service registry numbers are also provided for each solvent, to allow the reader to easily obtain further information using computerized database services.