242_Derivative_Lists - Tables for the Identification of...

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BP 3,5 Dinitrobenzoate Napthylurethane Phenylurethane 2 Propen 1 ol (allyl alcohol) 96 98 50 108 70 1 Propanol (propyl alcohol) 97 74 80 57 2 Butanol (sec butyl alcohol) 98 76 97 64 2 Methyl 2 butanol ( t Amyl alcohol) 102 116 72 42 2 Methyl 1 propanol (isobutyl alcohol) 108 87 104 86 3 Buten 1 ol (allylcarbinol) 112 114 59 3 Methyl 2 butanol (isopropyl methyl carbinol) 112 76 109 68 2,2 Dimethyl 1 propanol (Neopentyl alcohol) 113 114 100 144 3 Pentanol (diethyl carbinol) 114 115 101 95 48 1 Butanol (n butanol, butyl alcohol) 117.7 64 71 61 2 Pentanol (sec Pentyl alcohol, Methyl propyl carbinol) 118 119 62 75 3,3 Dimethyl 2 butanol (pinacoline alcohol) 119 121 107 77 2,3 Dimethyl 2 butanol 120 121 111 101 65 2 Methyl 2 pentanol (Dimethyl propyl carbinol) 120 122 72 104 3 Methyl 3 pentanol (diethyl methyl carbinol) 123 96 84 43 2 Methoxyethanol (ethylene glycol monomethyl ether) 124 125 113 1 Chloro 2 propanol (chloropropanol) 126 127 77 2 Methyl 3 pentanol (ethyl isopropyl carbinol) 128 85 2 Chloroethanol (ethylene chlorohydrin) 129 95 101 51 2 Methyl 1 butanol 130 70 82 31 3 Methyl 1 butanol (isoamyl alcohol, isopentyl alcohol) 130 61 68 56 4 Methyl 2 pentanol (isobutyl methyl carbinol) 132 65 88 143 3 Hexanol (ethyl propyl carbinol) 134 135 97 72 2 Ethoxyethanol (ethylene glycol monoethyl ether) 135 75 67 2 Hexanol (butyl methyl carbinol) 136 39 61 1 Pentanol (n amyl alcohol, pentyl alcohol) 136 138 46 68 46 2,2 Dimethyl 1 butanol 137 51 81 65 2,4 Dimethyl 3 pentanol (diisopropylcarbinol) 139 140 99 95 Cyclopentanol 139 140 115 118 132 4 Heptanol 156 64 80 1 Hexanol (hexyl alcohol) 157 60 62 42 Cyclohexanol 160 161 112 129 2 Heptanol (methyl pentyl carbinol) 160 162 49 54 3 Chloro 1 propanol (1 chloro 3 hydroxypropane) 160 162 77 76 38 4 Methyl 1 pentanol 160 165 72 58 48 Furfuryl alcohol (2 (Hydroxymethyl)furan) 170 81 130 45 1,3 Dichloro 2 propanol 174 129 115 73 2 Octanol (sec caprylic alcohol, capryl alcohol) 174 181 32 63 1 Heptanol (Heptyl alcohol) 176 47 62 65 2 Ethyl 1 hexanol (isooctyl alcohol) 183 186 60 33 2 Nonanol (heptyl methyl carbinol) 193 194 43 56 1 Linalool 194 197 53 65 1,2 Ethanediol (ethylene glycol) 195 198 169 di; 157 1 Octanol (capryl alcohol, octyl alcohol) 196 62 67 74 1 Phenylethanol (styrene alcohol) 202 95 106 1,3 Butanediol (1,3 butylene glycol) 203 204 184 122 Benzyl alcohol (benzenemethanol) 205 113 134 77 1 Nonanol (nonyl alcohol) 215 52 66 65 1,3 Propanediol (trimethylene glycol) 215 178 164 di; 137 Tables for the Identification of Unknowns Unknown & Derivative Melting and Boiling Points June 21, 2010 ALCOHOLS (Liquid) Derivatives Copyright University of Washington 2010 1
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BP 3,5 Dinitrobenzoate Napthylurethane Phenylurethane Menthol (2 isopropyl 5 methylcyclohexanol) 216 153 126 111 4 Methylbenzyl alcohol 217 118 79 α‐ Terpineol ( p menth 1 en 8 ol) 221 79 152 Cinnamyl alcohol (3 phenyl 2 propen 1 ol) 250
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