Acylation of phenol with the hydrochlorides of carboxylic acid amides
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A study was made of the acylation of phenol with the hydrochlorides of carboxylic acid amides in nitrobenzene solution.
The hydrochlorides of the N,N-dialkyl-substituted amides of carboxylic acids possess the highest acylating capacity.
The formation of the N-protonated form of the amide is apparently one of the possible paths for progress of the acylation reaction.
KeywordsPhenol Amide Hydrochloride Carboxylic Acid Nitrobenzene
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