By A. N. Nesmeyanov
Chosen Works in natural Chemistry makes a speciality of the techniques, methodologies, reactions, and techniques thinking about natural chemistry, together with research of diazo compounds and infrared absorption spectra.
The ebook first deals details at the approach to synthesis of fragrant organomercury salts; approach to synthesis of symmetrical fragrant organomercury compounds; and diazo approach to synthesis of fragrant organomercury compounds with adverse substituent in nucleus. The response of aliphatic diazo compounds with mercury salts and synthesis of organotin compounds via diazo compounds also are mentioned.
The manuscript takes a glance on the synthesis of fragrant organometal compounds of bismuth via diazo compounds; synthesis of fragrant germanium compounds via aryldiazonium tetrafluoroborate; and aid of organomercury compounds by way of bivalent tin salts as a mode of synthesis. The textual content additionally examines the activation power of the disaggregation strategy of linked alkoxy titanium derivatives and backbone of positions of substituents in ferrocene compounds via infrared absorption spectra.
The e-book is a beneficial reference for readers attracted to natural chemistry.
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Reaction with copper produces chlorobenzene and benzene as the principal products, resin like products being completely absent, while reaction with zinc dust produces no chlorobenzene but leads to the formation of resin like products and diphenyl in addition to benzene. Decomposition with lead dust proceeds too sluggishly, without producing the pleasant effect achieved when tin double salts are decomposed by tin powder. The decomposition of the salt C6H5N2Cl-PbCl2 (mixed with an excess of lead chloride) leads to the formation of an organolead product only in the case of deOriginal publication: Zh.
P. 5-143°). 1 N) (C6H5)3SbCl2. 73 46 Α. Ν. 6 g of phenylantimony oxide was produced ( 4 6 % of theoretical). 1 Λ^) CóHsSbO. 69 A secondary compound was isolated in the form of acetate with an m . p . of 132° (Schmidt  — 132°). ). 42 (C6H5)2- Sb02CCH3. 36 The overall yield was 8 0 % of theoretical. 2 g). 5% of theoretical) of pure phenylantimony oxide, with only a small amount of diphenylantimony acetate. -CH3C6H4N2Cl-SbCl3 obtained as indicated above consists of a colorless crystalline powder which is visibly, though weakly, soluble in water, alcohol and acetone, very weakly in e^hyl acetate, and insoluble in ether, hydro carbons and chloroform.
6 g) and the form ation of a yellowish pasty mass. 5 g of the ethyl ester of monochloroacetic acid, boiling at 139-142°, is produced: ( b . p . 4205). The solid residue, producing qualitative reactions for CI, H g , C, and Η and containing mercurous chloride as an admixture (reaction with ammonia), proved to be infusible and insoluble in ordinary organic solvents, which made its purification and isolation extremely difficult. F r o m the foregoing, a quite different reaction course is now seen to be followed by mercuric chloride with diazoacetic ester than with diazomethane.