Organic 2 Review Problem 419

Organic 2 Review Problem 419 - REACTIONS AND I...

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REACTIONS AND IDENTIFICATION 403 Nitrophenols. Acetates (p. 386). Nitroanilines. Acetyl derivatives (p. 388), Benzoyl derivatives (p. 388). Diamines. Diacetyl derivatives (p. 388), Dibenzoyl derivatives (p. 388). Halogeno-hydrocarbons. 2-Naphthyl ethers (from reactive halogen com- pounds, p. 391, and their Picrates, p. 394), Nitro-derivatives (p. 391), Carboxylic acid (if oxidisable side chain) (p. 393). Ethers. 3,5-Dinitrobenzoates (p. 396), Picrates (with aryl ethers) (p. 397). A. Physical characteristics. Note the obvious physical properties: appearance, colour, state, odour, solubility in (or reaction with) water, whether aqueous solution is neutral or otherwise. Colour. Yellow. Quinones, m- and />-nitroaniline, o-nitrophenol, and many other nitro-compounds. [Note that some nitro-compounds often appear yellow (e.g. m-dinitrobenzene and 3, 5-dinitro- benzoic acid), but are colourless when absolutely pure.] Iodoform. Orange.
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