DERIVATIVES OF TRIHALOGEN TERTIARY-BUTYL ALCOHOLS. III. THE BENZOIC ACID ESTER OF TRICHLORO-TERTIARY-BUTYL ALCOHOL OR CHLORETONE BENZOIC ACID ESTER

T. B. Aldrich
1920 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
P 5 0 2 T, B. ALDRICH. dihydrochloride precipitated with dry ether. Recrystallized from absolute alcohol it forms sheaves and rosets of delicate, lemon-yellow needles which retain solvent equi.valent to one molecule of water of crystallizatioh when air-dry. The anhydrous salt shows [ol]g.' = ix8.4' in water, e = I 1.060, and gradually sinters and darkens when heated, melting to a dark red-brown liquid at 180-5 ' . alcohol, less easily in absolute alcohol or dry chloroform, and is practically
more » ... d is practically insoluble in dry acetone. 9 i r dry: Subs., 0.6382: loss, 0.0267 in vacua at room temperature over H&O4.
doi:10.1021/ja01452a027 fatcat:g77a54wjibfpvf6gb4lff6y7fq