The velocities of hydrolytic decomposition of the three monohydroxy-diphenyl, the resorcyl phenyl and the phloroglucinyl phenyl ketimine hydrochlorides have been measured. As a result of these measurements it has been found that the phenolic group in the 2- and 4-positions in the monohydroxy diphenyl ketimines gives rise to a marked retardation of the hydrolysis velocity compared with that of diphenyl ketimine, while the velocity of the 3-hydroxydiphenyl ketimine was even faster than that of the diphenyl ketimine.
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Culbertson, James B. and Nauman, James L.
"The Velocites of Hydrolysis of Mono- and Polyhydroxy-Diphenyl Ketimines,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 38(1), 170-170.
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