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2-Furoic Acid and Furfuryl Alcohol

  • A. L. Mndzhoian

Abstract

A four-liter glass jar fitted with stirrer, dropping funnel, and thermometer was charged with 700 g (600 ml, 7.2 moles) of freshly distilled 2-furaldehyde (see p. 51), b.p. 158–162°, and cooled with ice to 5–8°. Addition was made from the dropping funnel of 500 g of a 30% solution of technical sodium hydroxide at such a rate that the temperature of the reaction mixture did not exceed 15°; when efficient cooling was used, addition of alkali was complete in 25–30 minutes. Stirring was continued for 1.5–2 hours after the addition was complete.

Keywords

Light Yellow Sodium Methoxide Lithium Aluminum Furfuryl Alcohol Ether Layer 
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