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Dissociation constant

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Examination of the chemical structure of diisobutyl carbinol (DIBC) reveals that the substance cannot dissociate due to a lack of relevant functional groups. The substance does not contain hydrolytically unstable or ionisable groups. DIBC is not an ionisable organic substance and will not dissociate in water.

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