Although various chemical theories have often been used to characterize hydrogen-bonded systems with some success, they have been limited by the fact that the equilibrium constants were adjustable parameters. This paper reports a method to measure directly these constants by proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Results are reported for several systems and are used with a chemical-physical theory to predict vapor-liquid equilibria.
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