5-Methyl-2-Furoic Acid

  • A. L. Mndzhoian


A mixture of 14 g (0.1 mole) of methyl 5-methyl-2-furoate (see p. 23), b.p. 97–99°/12 mm, and 22 ml of 22% aqueous sodium hydroxide solution was prepared in a 100-m1 round-bottomed flask fitted with mercury-sealed stirrer and reflux condenser.


Hydrolysis Mercury Hydroxide Boron Recrystallization 

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