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By Arthur James Hale

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ISBN-13: 9781177021265

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C fl H 5 . Diphenyl-diacetylene is the parent hydrocarbon of indigo blue, and the dye itself can be prepared by means of this reaction, starting with o-nitro-phenylpropiolic acid. COOH 3 yC CGHX ! , is important. C1 -> C6H5C1 + N 2 . G-attermann,8 in 1890, showed that the same reaction could be carried out, using copper powder instead of the salts of that metal, and the method was applied in substituting by, -01, -Br, -ON, -N0 2 and -CNS groups. The yields by this method were superior to those obtained by the Sandmeyer method, probably because the copper powder was added to the diazonium solution in the cold, whereas Sandmeyer recommended adding the diazonium solution to a hot solution of the copper salt.

0O + H2O 26 Plienanthroxylene acetoacetic ester. CH3 Diacetone-phenanthraquinone. CH2OH Certain aliphatic aldehydes undergo a similar change. 43 Potassium and sodium disulphate bring about condensation with elimination of water. The following examples illustrate the use of this method: ^ Triphenyl benzene from acetophenone, benzal SODIUM AND POTASSIUM 33 aniline from benzaldehyde and aniline,, benzal malonic acid from benzaldehyde and malonic acid, benzal acetophenone from benzaldehyde and acetophenone.

Is important. C1 -> C6H5C1 + N 2 . G-attermann,8 in 1890, showed that the same reaction could be carried out, using copper powder instead of the salts of that metal, and the method was applied in substituting by, -01, -Br, -ON, -N0 2 and -CNS groups. The yields by this method were superior to those obtained by the Sandmeyer method, probably because the copper powder was added to the diazonium solution in the cold, whereas Sandmeyer recommended adding the diazonium solution to a hot solution of the copper salt.

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