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Organic syntheses vol 22 - Smith L.I.

Smith L.I., Adkins H. Organic syntheses vol 22 - John Willey, 1942. - 60 p.
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adhering to glass, prevention of, 22,
95
Methoxyacetonitrile, 21, 79 w-Methoxyacetophenone, 21, 79 5-(3-Methoxy-4-hydroxybenzal)-creatinine, 22, 90, 93 5-(3-Methoxy-4-hydroxybenzyl)-creatinine, 22, 90 2-Methoxy-1,4-naphthoquinone, 21,
57
Methyl /3-(1-acenaphthoyl)-propio-nate, 20, 4
4-Methyl-7-acetoxycoumarin, 21, 24 Methyl acrylate, 20, 64, 81 Methylal, 20, 60
Methylamine, 20, 36 anhydrous, 20, 35 35% aqueous solution, 21, 81 generator, 20, 35 hydrochloride, 21, 82 iV-Methylaminoaromatic acids, 22, 93 Methylaniline, 20, 11, 66 Methylation, 20, 97 Methyl a-BROMO-fi-METHOXYPROPio-nate, 20, 81 Methyl /3-bromopeopionate, 20, 64 Methyl carbitol, 22, 32 Methylcyclohexane, 21, 16 Methyl a,(3-dibromopropionate, 20, 82 iV-METHYL-3,4-DIHYDR0XYPHENYLALA-nine, 22, 89, 91, 93 Methylethylethynyl carbinol, 20,
41
5-Methyl-5-ethylhydantoin, 20, 44 Methyl ethyl ketone, 20, 41
Methyl ethyl ketone cyanohydrin, 20, 44 ]V-Methylformanilide, 20, 11, 66 Methyl-/3-formylpropionate, 21, 88 a-Methylglucoside, 20, 99
SUBJECT INDEX
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4-Methyl-7-hydroxy-8-acetylcou-MARIN, 21, 25 4-Methyl-7-hydroxycoumarin, 21, 23 2-Methylindole, 22, 94 Methyl isothiocyanate, 21, 81, 83 c*-Methyl-d-mannoside, 22, 86 /V-Methyl-(3-methoxy-4-hydroxy-phenyl)-alanine, 22, 91 Methyl myristate, 20, 67 Methyl palmitate, 20, 67 Methyl sulfate, 20, 97 antidote, 20, 97 Methylthiodrea, 21, 83 Monel metal stirrer, 20, 99 Monoperphthalic acid, 20, 70 Myristic acid, 20, 69 Myrtle wax, 20, 68
0-Naphthaldehyde, 21, 84 2-Naphthaldehyde, 21, 84
1-Naphthaldehyde, 2-hydroxy-, 22,
63
1, (2)-Naphthalenone, 3,4-dihydro-,
20, 94
(-Naphthoic acid, 21, 86
2-Naphthoic acid, 3-amino-, 22, 19 /3-Naphthol, 20, 18; 22, 23, 63
1-Naphthonitrile, 21, 89
1,4-Naphthoquinone, 22, 37
l,2-Naphthoquinone-4-sulfonate, ammonium, 21, 56
1 ,2-Naphthoquinone-4-sulfonate, AMMONIUM AND POTASSIUM, 21, 91 (3-Naphthoyl chloride, 21, 85 /3-Naphthylamine, 22, 23 /-Naphthylethyl ether, 20, 11 Nef reaction, 20, 40 Nichrome helices, 20, 96 Nickel-aluminum alloy, 21, 15, 16 Nitrate ester preparation, 22, 65 Nitration of benzoic acid, 22, 48, 49 Nitric acid anhydrous, 21, 105, 106 fuming, 22, 48, 65 Nitrile formation, 20, 74; 21, 89
4-Nitro-4'-acetaminodiphenylsul-FONK, 22, 32
3-Nitro-4-aminotolii(nc, 22, 47
Nitrobenzene, 20, 1; 22, 28 ^-Nitrochlorobenzene, 22, 32 2-Nitro-/>-cymene, 21, 96; 22, 9 Nitrogen atmosphere, 22, 94
5-Nitroindazole, 20, 73
2-Nitro-6-methoxybenzonitrii.k, 22,
35
3-Nitro-4-nitrosotoluene, 22, 47 />-NitrophenoI, 20, 60
2-Nitroso-5-nitrotoluene, 22, 44 ^-Nitrotoluene, 21, 97
Nitrous acid, 22, 96 NOnamethylene bromide, 20, 25 -Nonyl mercaptan, 21, 38
Octadecanedioic acid, diethyl ester,
21, 48
-OCTADECYL p- ROMOBENZ ENT.SULFO-
nate, 20, 51 -Octadecylmercaptan, 21, 38
-OCTADECYL ^-TOLUENES ULFONATE,
20,41
Octanoylchlororesorcinol, 20, 59 o-Octanoylphenol, 20, 58 />-Octanoylphenol, 20, 58 Octanoylresorcinol, 20, 58 -Octyl mercaptan, 21, 38 Oxidation by air, 20, 94 by air and alkali, 22, 37 by bromine water, 20, 23 by hydrogen peroxide, 20, 70 by potassium permanganate, 20, 79 of an amine to a nitroso compound,
22, 44, 47
of iodobenzenedichloride to iodoxybenzene, 22, 73 of a methyl group to a carboxyl group, 22, 45, 47 of a nitroso compound to a nitro compound, 22, 45, 47 Oximation, 20, 75
Palmitic acid, 20, 69 o-Pelargonylphenol, 20, 58 />-Pelargonylphenol, 20, 58 PkNTAACICTYI. d-OLUCONONITRII.K, 20,
14, 74
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SUBJECT INDEX
2,4-Pentanedione, 20, 6 Pentose synthesis, 20, 14 Peracid, 20, 70; 22, 44 Perkin reaction, 20, 55 Peroxides
removal from isopropyl ether, 22, 3 removal from a-tetralone, 20, 95 Perphthalic acid, mono-, 20, 70 Phenol, 20, 77; 22, 6 Phenol red, 22, 91 9-Phenoxyacridine, 22, 7 -Phenylalanine, 21, 99 .V-Phenylanthranilic acid, 22, 5 Phenyl azide, 22, 96 Phenylbenzoyldiazomethane, 20, 48 Phenyl cinnamate, 20, 77 o-Phenylenediamine, 20, 16 (-Phenylglycine, 22, 23 Phenylhydrazine, 22, 96 Phenylhydrazine hydrochloride, 22, 96
2-Phenylindole, 22, 98 Phenylmagnesium bromide, 21, 79 Phosphorus, red, 22, 91 Phosphorus oxychloride, 20, 11; 22, 5 Phosphorus pentachloride, 21, 86 Phosphorus trichloride, 20, 106; 21, 74 Photoflood lamps, 20, 84, 104 Phthalic anhydride, 20, 70 Phthalic monoperacid, 20, 70 Phthalide, 22, 30, 62 Phthaloyl chloride, 20, 51 a-Picolme, 20, 79
Picolinic acid hydrochloride, 20, 79 PlNACOL, ANHYDROUS, 22, 39, 40, 41 Pinacol hydrate, 22, 39 Pinacolone, 22, 39, 41 Poppyseed oil, 22, 78, 85 Potassium acetate, 20, 55 Potassium amide, 20, 91 Potassium bromide, 20, 81, 101 Potassium carbonate, 20, 21 Potassium cyanide, 20, 38, 44; 22, 35 Potassium dichromate, 22, 45 Potassium iodide, 22, 52, 71 Potassium permanganate, 20, 79 Potassium persulfate, 22, 44 Pressure reaction, 20, 40, 81, 101; 22, 9, 19
1,3-Propanedione, 1,3-diphenyl-, 20 32
Propionic acid, /-3-acenaphthenyl-CARBONYL-, 20, 1 Propionic acid, 0-3-acenaphthoyl-,
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