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Organic Synteses vol 23 - Smith L.I.

Smith L.I. Organic Synteses vol 23 - John Wiley & Sons, 1943. - 63 p.
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20, 4
/3-(3-Acenaphthoyl)-propionic acid, 20, 1
Acetaldehyde, 23, 61, 84 Acetaldehyde, bromo-, diethyl acetal, 23, 8 /i-Acetaminobenzenesulpinate, sodium, 22, 31 a-Acetamino-3,4-methylenedioxycin-namic acid, 22, 93 Acetic acid, 22, 57, 87; 23, 37 Acetic acid, benzoyl-, ethyl ester, 23, 35
Acetic acid, bromo-, ethyl ester, 23, 37
Acetic anhydride, 20, 6, 55, 75, 102; 21, 13, 105; 22, 1, 54, 56, 91; 23, 37, 64 Acetoacetanilide, 21, 4 Acetobromoglucose, 22, 1 Acetone, 20, 6, 8, 40, 43, 62; 22, 101; 23, 66, 79 drying, 20, 7
AcetoneŚContinued pyrolysis to ketene, 21, 64, 65 Acetone cyanohydrin, 20, 42, 43 Acetophenone, 20, 32; 21, 39; 22, 99; 23, 30, 48, 68
Acetophenone, 2,4-dihydroxv-, 21,103 Acetophenone oxime, 22, 27 Acetophenone phenylhydrazone, 22, 98, 99
I-Acetoxy-3-naphthaldehyde, 21, 87 Acetylacetone, 20, 6; 21, 68 copper salt, 20, 6 Acetylation, 20, 21, 74 of gentiobiose, 22, 54 of glucose, 22, 1 of 6-trityl-/3-d-glucose, 22, 56 Acetylbenzoyl, 23, 1 Acetyl bromide, 23, 102 Acetyl chloride, 20, 21; 21, 46; 23, 100, 103, 105 Acetylene, 20, 40; 22, 101 Acetylketene, 21, 64 Acetylsalicylyl chloride, 23, 66 Acetylsalicylyl peroxide, 23, 66 Acetyl-o-toluidine, 22, 94
substituted, conversion to indoles, 22,
95
Acetylxylidines, conversion to indoles,
22, 95
Acridine, 5-(9-)amino-, 22, S
109
110
SUBJECT INDEX
Acridone, 22, 5 Acylation by an ester, 23, 35 Acylchlororesorcinols, 20, 58 Acylresorcinols, 20, 58 Adapter for steam distillation, 22,11 Addition, of bromine to a double bond,
22, 50; 23, 9 of bromine to an unsaturated acid, 22, 76, 82
of chlorine to aromatic iodo compounds, 22, 69, 70 of a cyanide to a lactone, 22, 30 of hydrogen bromide to ethyl acrylate, 20, 65 of hydrogen bromide to methyl acrylate, 20, 64 of hydroxylamine to cinnamic acid,
22, 26
of a lithium aryl to an aldehyde, 23,84 of a lithium aryl to ethylene oxide, 23, 85
of methylamine to ethyl acrylate, 20,
36
of methylamine to methyl acrylate,
20, 37 Addition tube, 20, 21 Air trap, 23, 42 Alanine, 23, 15
Alanine, 0-(3,4-dihydroxyphenyl)-N-METHYL-, 22, 89, 91 Alcoholic-hydrochloric acid, 22, 77, 83 standardization, 22, 80 Alcoholysis, 20, 67 of dibromoethyl acetate, 23, 8 Aldehyde synthesis, 20, 14 from acid chlorides by Rosenmund reaction, 21, 84, 87, 88, 110 Gattermann, 23, 57 Aldehydoacid, 23, 76 Alkylation of thiourea, 22, 59 Alkylchlororesorcinols, 20, 59 Alkylene bromide, 20, 24 S-Alkylthiuronium halides, 22, 60 (╔-Allothreonine, 20, 104 Alloxan, 23, 3 DIHYDRATE, 23, 3, 6 MONOHYDRATE, 21, S TETRAHYDRATE, 23, 3
Alumina, activated, 23, 25 regeneration of, 23, 25 Aluminum, commercially pure (2S), 21,
9
Aluminum alloy (17ST), 21, 9 Aluminum to-╦-ÔŔ˛ţ§°┼, 21, S, 18, 39 Aluminum chloride, 20, 1, 29 anhydrous, 21, 25; 23, 57, 102 Aluminum ethoxide, 21, 9 Aluminum isopropoxide, 21, 9 Amalgamated zinc, 20, 57; 23^86 Amide, 20, 37, 62, 66 preparation by ammonolysis, 20, 62 Animation, by reduction of a ketone in the presence of ammonia, 23, 68 of a-b romoisocap roic acid, 21, 75 of a-bromo-/S-methyIvaleric acid, 21,
62
of a-bromo-i8-phenylpropionic acid,
21, 101
of 3-hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid, 22, 19 Aminoacetic acid, 22, 59 Amino acid, 20, 81, 101; 22, 13, 23, 26, 59, 90, 93 9-Aminoacridine, 22, 5 basic strength of, 22, 8 9-Aminoacridine hydrochloride, fluorescence of, 22, 7 9-Aminoacridines, substituted, 22, 7 2-Aminobenzothiazole, 22, 18
0-Aminobenzyl alcohol, 21, 10 a-AMINOBENZYL CYANIDE, 22, 23, 25
2-Amino-^-cymene, 22, 9 ź-Aminodiethylacetic acid, 22, 13 a-AMINO-a-ETHYLBUTYRIC ACID, 22, 13
2-Aminoheptane, 23, 70 (╔-0-Aminohydrocinnamic ACID, 22, 26 a-AMINOISOVALERIC acid, 20,106
2-Amino-6-methylbenzothiazole, 22, 16
a-AMINO-/9-METHYLVALEKIC ACID, 21, 60
3-Amino-2-naphthoic acid, 22,19
1-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid, 21, 91, 94
2-Amino-5-nitrotoluene, 20, 73 ; 22, 44 dZ-a-AMINOPHENYLACETIC ACID, 22, 23 <K-a-AMINO-|8-PBENYLPROPIONIC └Đě,
21, 99
SUBJECT INDEX
111
<#-/3-AMIN0-jS-PHENYLPR0PI0NIC ACID,
22, 26
Ammonia, 20, 87; 22, 19; 23, 14 alcoholic, 23, 23 chloroform solution of, 22, 6 liquid, 20, 62; 21, 70, 71; 23, 20, 68, 71 action on a copper safety disk, 23, 70 introduction into a bomb, 23, 69, 71 methanolic, 23, 72 Ammonium carbonate, 20, 42; 22, 6 Ammonium chloride, 22, 13, 23 Ammonolysis, 20, 62 Ŕ-Amyl cyanide, 23, 72 Amylene, 22, 82
Analysis of iodoso and iodoxy compounds, 22, 71, 72, 73, 74 Aniline, 21, 4
Aniline, p,p'-sulfonylbis-, 22, 31 Anisoyl chloride, 23, 66 Anisoyl peroxide, 23, 66 Anthracene, 20, 11 9-Anthraldehyde, 20, 11 "
Anthranilic acid, 21, 10 Anihraquinone, 2,3-dimethyl-, 22, 37 Antioxidant, 20, 65
Apparatus, adapter for steam distillations, 22, 10, 11 automatic water trap for azeotropic distillation, 83, 38 Claisen flask modified with column, 22, 11
continuous extractor, 23, 49 for absorption of gases, 23, 48 for adding a solid without exposure to air, 23, 59, 102 for catalytic dehydration, 22, 40 for distillation of solids, 20, 20 for fractional distillation, 20, 26, 52, 96
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