THE REDUCTION OF THE ANHYDROXIME OF o-BENZOYL-BENZOIC ACID

Robert Evstafieff Rose
1911 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
Several attempts have been made to obtain acetonic acid from this product as Willgerodt did from chloretone, but although a small amount of a supposedly organic acid was obtained and an attempt made to convert it into the barium salt, the amount was so small that the results obtained were not sufiiciently close t o demonstrate its formation, although it was probable. What has been said relative to chloretone (Cameron and Holly) is no doubt true of brometone, zzi., that the substance contains
more » ... bstance contains water, and in varying amounts, that the water cannot be detected or eliminated by mechanical means, that it is not present to form a hydrate. Therefore it is present to form a solid solution. Brometone is used as a therapeutic agent. For its pharmacological action see
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