Alkylation of toluene with alkyl halides and ratio of the isomers formed
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The alkylation of toluene with alkyl halides was studied under conditions of brief contact at 0° in the presence of AlCl3.
The Chromatographic separation of isomeric dialkylbenzenes was studied on a capillary steel column with apiezon-L and polypropylene glycol.
The relative content of the o-isomer, formed in the process of replacement, is determined by steric factors.
KeywordsToluene Glycol Polypropylene Alkylation Halide
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