2 edition of isolation and reactions of symmetrical-meta-xylenol. found in the catalog.
isolation and reactions of symmetrical-meta-xylenol.
Philip A. Campbell
Written in English
Thesis (M. Sc.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1934.
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(b) Reaction of the salt isolation and reactions of symmetrical-meta-xylenol. book a carboxylic acid with an alkyl halide or sulfate will produce an ester.
(c) Trans-esterification of an ester produces a new ester. (4) If a liquid is largely free of air, and the glass flask is clean and very smooth, the liquid may superheat, a condition in which the temperature of the liquid rises above its boiling.
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