volume 5, issue 4, P428-435 1931
DOI: 10.1139/cjr31-080
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Abstract: Additional evidence is given regarding the influence of polar radicals, or atoms, on the ease and nature of acetal condensations involving glycerol.Bromoethylidene glycerol has been prepared as a mixture of the isomeric five- and six-membered ring forms, by the condensation of bromoacetaldehyde with glycerol. This mixture was separated into the two isomeric forms by taking advantage of differences in the physical properties of their benzoates.The equilibrium ratio of six- to five-membered acetal at room tempe…

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