Dihydric Alcohols, Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9781483196282, 9781483221311

Dihydric Alcohols, Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives

2nd Edition

A Modern Comprehensive Treatise

Editors: S. Coffey
eBook ISBN: 9781483221311
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 434
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Rodd’s Chemistry of Carbon Compounds, Second Edition, Volume I, Part D: Dihydric Alcohols: Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives describes acyclic compounds containing two functional groups on different carbon atoms.
This volume is composed of six chapters, and begins with a description of dihydric alcohols and their derivatives. The next chapters are devoted to the classification and nomenclature of other dihydric alcohol derivatives, including hydroxyaldehydes, hydroxyketones, dicarbonyl compounds
monohydroxy-monocarboxylic acids, and related compounds. The remaining chapters deal with nitrogen analogues, nitro and amino-monocarboxylic acids, aldehydic and ketonic monocarboxyhc acids, and acyclic dicarboxylic acids. This book is of value to organic chemists and researchers.

Table of Contents


List of Common Abbreviations and Symbols Used

Official Publications

Scientific Journals and Periodicals

Chapter 12. Dihydric Alcohols or Glycols and Their Derivatives

1. Saturated Aliphatic Glycols; Alkanediols, Cnh2n+2O2

a. 1,2-Glycols

b. 1,3-Glycols

c. 1,4-Glycols

d. 1,5-Glycols

e. 1,6-, 1,7-, 1,8-Glycols, Etc

2. Unsaturated Glycols

a. Olefinic Glycols

b. Diolefinic Glycols

c. Acetylenic Glycols

d. Glycols of Greater Unsaturation

3. Derivatives of Glycols

a. O-Alkyl Derivatives; Alkoxyalkanols and Bisalkoxyalkanes

b. 1,2-Cyclic Ethers. Alkylene Oxides. Epoxides

c. Glycol Esters

4. Polyethylene Glycols

5. Sulphur Analogues of the Glycols

a. Thiols and Thio-Ethers

b. Sulphoxides and Sulphones

c. Sulphonic Acids

6. Nitrogen Analogues of the Glycols

a. Nitro-Compounds

b. Mono-Amino Analogues of the Glycols

c. Aliphatic Diamines

Chapter 13. Hydroxy-Aldehydes and -Ketones and Related Compounds; Dicarbonyl Compounds

1. Hydroxyaldehydes (Hydroxyalkanals) and Hydroxyketones (Hydroxyalkanones)

a. Saturated Hydroxy-Aldehydes and -Ketones

b. Olefinic Hydroxy-Aldehydes and -Ketones

2. Sulphur and Nitrogen Analogues of Hydroxy-Aldehydes and -Ketones

a. Mercaptoaldehydes and Mercaptoketones

b. Nitroso- and Nitro-Aldehydes and -Ketones

c. Amino-Aldehydes and -Ketones

3. Dicarbonyl Compounds

a. Dialdehydes

b. 1,2- or α-Ketoaldehydes

c. 1,3- or ß-Ketoaldehydes

d. 1,4- or γ-Ketoaldehydes

e. 1,5- or δ-Ketoaldehydes

f. 1,2- or α-Diketones

g. 1,3- or ß-Diketones

h. 1,4- or γ-Diketones

i. 1,5- and Higher-Numbered Diketones

j . Nitrogen-Containing Derivatives of the Dialdehydes, Keto-Aldehydes and Diketones

Chapter 14. Aliphatic Monohydroxy-Monocarhoxylic Acids and Related Compounds

1. Saturated Monohydroxy-Acids; Monohydroxyalkanecarboxylic Acids, CnH2N(OH)∙CO2H

a. General Methods of Formation

b. General Properties and Reactions

c. Individual α-Hydroxy-Acids

d. Derivatives of α-Hydroxy-Acids

e. ß-Hydroxy-Acids

f. Higher Hydroxy-Acids

2. Lactones

a. General Methods of Formation

b. General Properties and Reactions

3. Unsaturated Monohydroxy-Monocarboxylic Acids

a. Hydroxyalkenecarboxylic Acids and Their Lactones

b. Unsaturated Lactones

4. Naturally-Occurring Higher Hydroxy-Acids

a. Hydroxy-Acids from Animals

b. Hydroxy-Acids from Plants

c. Hydroxy-Acids from Microorganisms

5. Halogen-Substituted Monohydroxy Carboxylic Acids and Lactones

a. Preparative Methods

b. Individual Halogenohydroxy-Carboxylic Acids and -Lactones

6. Nitrogen Derivatives of Monohydroxycarboxylic Acids

a. Amides of the Hydroxy-Acids

b. α-Hydroxyiminohydrins

c. Hydrazides and Azides of the Hydroxycarboxylic Acids

d. Nitriles of the Hydroxycarboxylic Acids

7. Sulphur and Selenium Analogues of Hydroxycarboxylic Acids

a. Mercapto- and Hydroseleno-Carboxylic Acids

b. S-Substituted Mercaptocarboxylic Acids (Alkylthiocarboxylic Acids)

c. Thiodi(Alkanecarboxylic) Acids

d. Sulphonium Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids (Thetins)

e. Alkylsulphonyl-Carboxylic Acids

f. Sulphomonocarboxylic Acids

Chapter 15. Aliphatic Nitro- and Amino-Monocarboxylic Acids and Related Compounds

1. Nitromonocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

a. Preparation

b. Properties and Reactions

c. Individual Nitrocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

2. Aliphatic Nitrosocarboxylic Acids

3. Aliphatic Aminocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

a. Preparation and Synthesis of Amino-Acids

b. General Properties and Constitution of Amino-Acids

c. Reactions of Amino-Acids

d. Individual α-Amino-Acids

e. ß-Amino-Acids

f. γ-, δ- and Higher Amino-Acids

4. Lactams

a. Preparation

b. Properties and Reactions

c. Individual Lactams

5. Peptides and Polypeptides

a. Preparation of Peptides

b. Naturally-Occurring Peptides

c. Polypeptides or Poly-α-Amino-Acids

6. Amino-Oxy- and Hydroxylamino-Carboxylic Acids

a. Amino-Oxycarboxylic Acids

b. Hydroxylamino-Fatty Acids

7. Nitroso- and Nitro-Aminocarboxylic Acids

a. Nitrosoamino-Acids

b. Nitroaminocarboxylic Acids

c. Isonitroaminocarboxylic Acids

8. Hydrazino-, Hydrazo-, Azo- and Azido-Carboxylic Acids

a. Hydrazinocarboxylic Acids

b. Hydrazocarboxylic Acids

c. Azocarboxylic Acids

d. Azidocarboxylic Acids

Chapter 16. Aldehydic and Ketonic Monocarboxylic Acids and Related Compounds

1. Saturated Aldocarboxylic Acids, OCH∙CnH2N∙CO2H

a. α-Aldocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

b. ß-Aldocarboxylic Acids

c. Higher Aldocarboxylic Acids

2. Unsaturated Aldocarboxylic Acids

3. Nitrogen Analogues of the Aldocarboxylic Acids

a. ω,ω-Diaminocarboxylic Acids

b. Diazo-Esters

c. Carbonyl Derivatives of the Aldocarboxylic Acids

4. Saturated Ketocarboxylic Acids

a. α-Ketocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

b. ß-Ketocarboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives

C. γ- and Higher Ketocarboxylic Acids

5. Unsaturated Keto-Carboxylic Acids

(i) Preparation

(ii) Individual Oxo-Alkene Carboxylic Acids

6. Enol-Lactones

a. Enol-ß-Lactones; Keten Dimers

b. Enolic γ- and Higher Lactones

Chapter 17. Dicarboxylic Acids and Related Compounds

1. Alkanedicarboxylic Acids, CnH2N(CO2H)2

a. Oxalic Acid and Its Derivatives

b. Malonic Acids

c. Succinic Acids

d. Glutaric Acids

e. C6 to C10 Acids

f. The Higher Dicarboxylic Acids

2. Mono-Olefinic Dicarboxylic Acids; Alkenedicarboxylic Acids, CnH2N-2(CO2H)2

a. Malonic Acid Derivatives

b. Maleic and Fumaric Acids

c. Propenedicarboxylic Acids and Their Alkyl Substitution Products

d. Higher Olefindicarboxylic Acids

3. Acetylenic and Polyacetylenic Dicarboxylic Acids

4. Polyolefinic Dicarboxylic Acids

5. Acetylenic and Polyacetylenic Dicarboxylic Acids

a. Acetylenedicarboxylic Acid and Its Derivatives

b. Di and Poly-Acetylenic Acids


Volumes IA, B, C, E, F and G

Vol. IA General Introduction; Hydrocarbons; Halogen Derivatives

Vol. IB Monohydric Alcohols, Their Ethers and Esters; Sulphur Analogues; Nitrogen Derivatives; Organometallic Compounds

Vol. IC Monocarbonyl Derivatives of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons; Their Analogues And Derivatives

Vol. IE Tri- and Tetra-Hydric Alcohols, Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives

Vol. IF Penta- and Higher-Hydric Alcohols, Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives; Saccharides

Vol. IG Enzymes; Macromolecules; Cumulative Index Vols. IA-IG


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