Table 3: Correlation of the specific rates of reaction of 2, at C using equations (1)–(4).

Substrate

2; C 0.76 0.03−0.15 0.080.973616
0.14 0.100.79 0.04−0.11 0.080.974317
0.79 0.040.33 0.21−0.20 0.080.975323
0.51 0.111.01 0.051.13 0.24−0.13 0.060.985354
0.78 0.03−0.20 0.080.972577
0.13 0.090.81 0.04−0.16 0.090.973298
0.81 0.030.37 0.20−0.26 0.080.974311
0.54 0.101.05 0.051.23 0.21−0.20 0.060.987403
0.75 0.04−0.17 0.090.970440
0.11 0.110.78 0.05−0.12 0.100.971222
0.78 0.040.40 0.23−0.23 0.090.973238
0.49 0.121.00 0.061.14 0.26−0.15 0.070.983255

Using data at 25. C from [24]; values from [9, 10]; values from [6]; is the number of solvents. With associated standard error. Accompanied by standard error of the estimate. Correlation coefficient. F-test value. All solvents. Probability that the contribution to the linear free energy relationship is insignificant. Excluding 100 EtOH. In exactly the same solvents as 1.