1906
DOI: 10.1021/ja01968a013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: boiling alcohol or boiling ethyl acetate, the extracts combined, concentrated, and the concentrated solution allowed to cool. Pale, reddish-brown needles of the aminoquinazoline separated, in poor yield. Calculated for C,H,ON, : N, 24.0. Found : N, 24.0. This aminoquinazoline melts with decomposition at 295-3 10'. It slowly darkens in the light. It is moderately soluble in alcohol, acetone or ethyl acetate, when boiling, less so when cold, and is practically insoluble in cold water, benzene or ether. In dilute… Show more

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“…This view was first suggested by Carpenter in 1901 in a report to Hare (13), referee on potash for the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Experimental data in support of this view have been presented by different investigators (4,5,6,11,18,19,20) and various modifications of the method for determining potash availability have been suggested (4,5,6,11).…”
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“…This view was first suggested by Carpenter in 1901 in a report to Hare (13), referee on potash for the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Experimental data in support of this view have been presented by different investigators (4,5,6,11,18,19,20) and various modifications of the method for determining potash availability have been suggested (4,5,6,11).…”
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