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Molecular Compounds Involving Copper Diphenylacetate

Nature volume 160, pages 1920 (05 July 1947) | Download Citation

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The copper salts of many organic carboxylic acids are soluble in alcohol (see Beilstein). It has now been found that although a few are soluble in benzene, for example, copper hydrocinnamate, many which are insoluble in benzene will dissolve readily on addition of a few drops of alcohol; for example, copper phenylacetate, diphenylacetate, o-toluate.

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    • MALCOLM CRAWFORD

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