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Organic Syntheses: an Annual Publication of Satisfactory Methods for the Preparation of Organic Chemicals

Nature volume 134, page 164 (04 August 1934) | Download Citation



AMONG the twenty-six preparations given are decamethylene glycol (from ethyl sebacate), β-diethylaminoethyl alcohol (from diethylamine and ethylene chlorohydrin), 2:6-dimethylpyridine (from acetoacetic ester, ammonia and formaldehyde), glycine ester hydrochloride (from methyleneamino-acetonitrile, made in turn from formaldehyde, sodium cyanide and ammonium chloride), and dl-methionine (from β-chloroethyl methyl sulphide and sodium phthalimidomalonate). Vol. 14 includes later references to preparations described in earlier volumes, and the index covers the contents of vols. 10-14.

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