XXII.—On etherification

Alexander W. Williamson
1852 Quarterly Journal of the Chemical Society of London  
The question of the transformation of alcohol into ether and water by the agency of sulphuric acid, may be divided into two parts; first, the relative weight of the substances engaged in the reaction; and, secondly, the actual process by which the transformation is effected. * The atomic weight of hydrogen and the metals, iodine, kc., is in this paper Cording to L a u r e n t and G e r h a r d t ' s notation, assumed at half their equivaleuts. compound radicals methyle (CH,), ethyle (C, Ha),
more » ... ethyle (C, Ha), amjle (C, dused te the same unit. The are of c~iirfie re.
doi:10.1039/qj8520400229 fatcat:nznejqrf6reebinvuxfhm6yodm