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Authors

J. G. Goodwin

Document Type

Research

Abstract

Work leading toward the preparation of this and if possible toward one of its isomers, was commenced with work on phenol. First the phenyl acetate was made as follows: forty-one grams of phenol were taken in a distilling flask, and to this were added gradually, through a reflux condenser (in hood) twenty-eight to thirty grams (excess) of acetyl chloride. The flask was heated in a water-bath until the HC1 ceased to come off. The contents of the flask were then washed with a dilute solution of sodium hydroxide brought into a separating funnel with water, and the oil separated, dried over calcium chloride and distilled. B. p. = 195°. Yield forty grams.

Publication Date

1901

Journal Title

Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences

Volume

9

Issue

1

First Page

113

Last Page

119

Copyright

© Copyright 1901 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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