The solvation shifts over a wide range of temperatures and pressures were estimated. Quinoline was chosen as a probe to quantify the interactions. Solvatochromic shifts in the π-π* absorption band of quinoline show a strong relationship between hydrogen bonding and other solute-solvent interactions in supercritical wave. The degree of hydrogen bonding between quinoline and water decreased with increasing temperature.
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