Quantitative organic analysis via functional groups

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Wiley, Feb 8, 1979 - Science - 883 pages
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Introduction.

Hydroxyl Groups.

Carbonyl Groups.

Carboxylic Acids, Salts, Esters, Amides, Imides, Chlorides, and Anhydrides.

Alkoxyl and Oxyalkalene Groups.

Epoxide Groups (Oxirane Oxygen).

Organic Peroxides.

Unsaturation.

Active Hydrogen.

Acetylenic Hydrogen.

Acetals, Ketals, and Vinyl Ethers.

Amino Groups.

Imino Groups.

Titanous, Chromous, and Ferrous Reductions.

Hydrazines and Hydrazides.

Diazonium Salts.

Quaternary Ammonium Compounds.

Isocyanates and Isothiocyanates.

Mercaptans.

Dialkyl Disulfides, Sulfides.

Sulfoxides.

Sulfonic Acids, Sulfonate Salts, Sulfonamides, and Sulfinic Acids.

Techniques and Reasoning in Developing New Analytical Methods or Modifying Existing Methods.

The Role of Quantitative Functional Group Determination in the Identification of Organic Compounds.

The Use of Differential Reaction Rates to Analyze Mixtures Containing the Same Functional Group.

Weighing of Volatile or Corrosive Liquids.

Index.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Hydroxyl Groups on Adjacent Carbon Atoms Glycols
42
Mixtures of Alcohols
57
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