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Unformatted text preview: 546 TABLEXIII. ESTERS. In view of the difficulty of arranging esters in a chemically logical sequence they have in the following table been arranged in order of increasing b.ps (liquid) and m,ps (solid). Other esters are given in Tables XI and XII (pp. 543-545). The values for esters of polybasic acids refer to the fully esterified product. Methyl formate Ethyl formate Methyl acetate Iso-propyl formate Ethyl acetate Methyl propionate n-Propyl formate Iso-propyl acetate Methyl iso-butyrate Iso-butyl formate . Ethyl propionate n-Propyl acetate . Methyl butyrate . n-Butyl formate . Ethyl iso-butyrate Iso-butyl acetate Ethyl butyrate n-Propyl propionate Iso-amyl formate. rt-Butyl acetate Iso-propyl H-butyrate Iso-butyl propionate w-Propyl n-butyrate n-Butyl propionate Iso-butyl isobutyrate Ethyl lactate Iso-butyl butyrate Cyclohexyl formate rt-Butyl n-butyrate Iso-propyl lactate . Cyclohexyl acetate Diethyl oxalate Di-iso-propyl oxalate LIQUID B.P. B.P....
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course CHM 2211 taught by Professor Castalleano during the Fall '06 term at University of Florida.
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