Chemistry of acetals
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Gas-liquid chromatography (column containing a silicone elastomer on a sodium chloride support) was applied in a study of the hydrolysis of some diacetals.
The first stage in the hydrolysis of malonaldehyde diacetals is unsymmetrical hydrolysis at one of the acetal groupings with formation of 3,3-diethoxypropionaldehydes. Secondary products of this reaction are 3-ethoxyacroleins formed by the elimination of a molecule of alcohol from 3,3-diethoxypropionaldehydes.
It was shown that intermolecular transacetalization occurs between diacetals and dialdehydes.
It was proved that the 2-butendial diacetal prepared by the cleavage of furan has the trans configuration (fumaraldehyde diacetal). Its partial hydrolysis of 4,4-dimethoxycrotonaldehyde was studied.
KeywordsSodium Alcohol Acetal Silicone Chloride
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