By Robert Martin, Jean-Pierre Buisson
An vital source for the synthesis of intermediates of distinctiveness chemical substances, prescribed drugs and positive chemical substances. fragrant Hydroxyketones from Butanone to Dotriacontanone presents the reader with exhaustive details masking constitution, instruction, physicochemical features, in addition to a similar bibliography. The guide is gifted in dictionary kind, with a logical class of the ketones, making the data simply to be had for session. The e-book is geared toward these operating in learn, improvement and creation functions in numerous industries (chemistry, pharmacy, cosmetics, paints and perfumes).
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USE: Preparation of indazoles having an action similar to that of a thyroid hormone and method for the production thereof, and their use in medicaments . 1 Aromatic Hydroxyketones Derived from 1-Butanoic Acid 39 1-(3-Amino-4-hydroxyphenyl)-1-butanone C10H13NO2 OH NH2 CO(CH2)2CH3 mol. wt. 22 Synthesis -Obtained by treatment of 4-hydroxy-3-nitrobutyrophenone in solution of aqueous sodium carbonate with sodium hydrosulﬁte at reﬂux . p. 115–116 (d) . BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY: Antibacterial .
88–90 . 1-(2,4,6-Trihydroxy-3-nitrophenyl)-1-butanone [119691-93-9] C10H11NO6 OH NO2 CO(CH2)2CH3 HO OH mol. wt. 20 Synthesis -Obtained by adding hexane, then a mixture of concentrated sulfuric acid and fuming nitric acid at 0 to a solution of phlorobutyrophenone in concentrated sulfuric acid below 0 (70–80 %) . p. 93–94 ; H NMR , IR , MS . 1 BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY: Germination inhibitory activity ; PET inhibition . 1-(3-Amino-5-chloro-2-hydroxyphenyl)-1-butanone C10H12ClNO2 OH NH2 CO(CH2)2CH3 Cl Synthesis -Refer to: .
1-(2-Hydroxy-3,5-dinitrophenyl)-1-butanone C10H10N2O6 OH NO2 CO(CH2)2CH3 NO2 mol. wt. 20 Syntheses -Obtained by slowly adding a cold solution of 90 % HNO3 in acetic anhydride to a cold solution of o-hydroxy-butyrophenone in acetic anhydride at below 15 . t. (10 %) . -Also refer to: . p. 118–120 ; H NMR , IR ; TLC [116, 1078]; HPLC . 1 1-(3-Bromo-4-hydroxyphenyl)-1-butanone C10H11BrO2 OH Br CO(CH2)2CH3 mol. wt. 10 Synthesis -Obtained (by-product) by reaction of butyryl chloride with 2-bromoanisole or 2-bromophenetole in the presence of aluminium chloride (XIX) .