Autocatalysis and effects of the solvent in the reaction of phthalic anhydride with aniline derivatives
A new method of analysis of autocatalytic reactions was developed which permits determining the rate constants of noncatalytic and catalytic reaction pathways with the data from one kinetic curve.
The reverse reaction of acylation has an autocatalytic character.
In comparison to CHCl3, in CH3CN, all of the rate constants increase by 2–4 times, and the noncatalytic reaction pathways are more sensitive to the nature of the solvent.
KeywordsCHCl3 Anhydride Aniline Catalytic Reaction CH3CN
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