LXXVI.—Action of phenyl cyanate on polyhydric and certain monohydric alcohols and phenols

H. Lloyd Snape
1885 Journal of the Chemical Society Transactions  
DUKING the course of the research which resulted in the discovery of phenyl cyanate as far back as 1850, Professor Hofman, pointed out the property possessed by this compound of fixing a molecule of either methyl, ethyl, or amyl alcohol, thus producing the phenyl-uret,hanee of t h e methyl, ethyl, or amyl series (Ann. Chem. Pharm., 74, 16). At a later period he showed that phenjl cyanate combines also with
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