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Document Type

Research

Abstract

To date there are but two methods for distinguishing between these compounds. The first involves the reduction of the hydrazone with sodium amalgam to give aniline and the corresponding aliphatic amine. The yields are low and many cases tried have given negative results. The pyrazolines do not suffer this change. The second method is based on the fact that many of these hydrazones are rearranged by boiling acetic acid to the isomeric pyrazolines. If, in this way, the compound in question is converted into a new product, the latter is probably, but not certainly, a pyrazoline. If the latter can be oxidized to benzoic and a pyrazole acid, the pyrazoline is more clearly indicated.

Publication Date

1936

Journal Title

Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science

Volume

42

Issue

1

First Page

123

Last Page

124

Copyright

© Copyright 1935 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.

Language

EN

File Format

application/pdf

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