Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/cgr9st

Journal of the Indian Chemical Society March 1930

1930

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Summary

The temperature coefficient and the influence of the intensity of incident radiation are the same. [...] The quantum efficiency is unity in the case of acetic 5 in the case of propionic and 8 in the case of n-butyric acids. [...] cit.) also lend support to the view that the reaction follows the course represented by the the equation given above That the selenide (I) has the constitution shown above is evident from the following observations :— (i) The two hydrogen atoms eliminated in the formation of the selenide (I) are not those which were originally attached to two ntrogen atoms because on hydrolysis with aqueous p [...] Thus the reactivity which only began to manifest itself in the case of the dianilides and ditolylamides was increasing rapidly in the case of malon-and -p-tolylamates and reached its That the product of hydrolysis is mchloroaniline is substantiated on the folloing grounds :— (i) The acetyl (m.p. [...] Thus the experimental observations afford a clear evidence that the interaction of selenium tetrachloride with the amides enumerated above depends on the total negativity of the groups attached to the two remaining valencies of the methylene carbon atom.

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Frontmatter i-vi S.S. Bhatnagar, B.K. Singh

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Photochemical Reaction Between Fatty Acids and Chlorine in Carbon Tetrachloride Solutions 229-238 Kali Basu, Nihar Roy

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A Study of the Interaction of Selenium Tetrachloride with Substances Containing the Reactive Methylene Group 239-246 K. G. Naik, R. K. Trivedi

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A New Method of Conversion of Coumarins to Coumatic Acids 247-250 Rajendra Sen, Duhkhaharan Chakravarti

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A New Gravimetric Method for the Estimation of Nickel Cobalt and Cadmium 251-258 Pulin Sarkar, Benoy Datta-Ray

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Nitration of 2-Oxy-3-methylanthraquinone 259-262 P. C. Mitter, Sudhir Pal

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Extension of Michael’s Reaction. Part I.—Action of Urethane on Esters of Unsaturated Acids. Part II.—Action of Urethane on Carbimides and Thiocarbimides 263-274 Tejendra Ghosh, Praphulla Guha

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Condensations of Urethane Phenylurethane and Diphenylurethane with Resorcinol 275-278 Rajendra Sen, Ashutosh Mukherji

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The Catechins of the Cutch-Producing Acacias 279-286 M. Nierenstein

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Gravimetric Estimation of Potassium Rubidium and Caesium by Zirconium Sulphate Method 287-296 N.A. Ajnik, G.L. Tandon

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Complexes of Mercuric Iodide with Alkyl Sulphonium Iodides 297-304 Prafulla Ray, Nadiabehari Adhikary

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Formation of Heterocyclic Compounds. Part V. Condensation of Cyclohexylidenecyclo Hexanone with Cyanoacetamide 305-308 Hemendra Sen, Nirmal Neogi

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Examination of the Unsaturated Acids in Fish Oil. Part I. Oil of Labeo Rohita 309-320 Jogendra Cohowdhury, Pulin Sarkar

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Reactivity of Conjugated Systems. Part I. Condensation of Arylidene Ketones with Cyanoacetamide 321-339 Chittaranjan Barat

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Backmatter i-iv unknown

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technology medicine science

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121
SARF Document ID
sarf.120026

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