Highly unsaturated polymers Communication 11. Mono-and di-hydric alcohols derived from p-diethynylbenzene
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The peculiar features of Nieuwland's reaction between p-diethynylbenzene and ketones were determined. It leads primarily to the formation of monohydric alcohols. By reduction in the proportion of p-diethynylbenzene, the reaction can be directed toward increased yield of the diols.
KeywordsPolymer Alcohol Ketone Peculiar Feature Monohydric Alcohol
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