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Studies on the nature of the racemic modifications of optically active compounds in the solid state
SummaryThe nature of the racemic forms of the compounds has been investigated by the application of the melting point-composition method of Roozeboom. Out of the nine racemic forms, five have beenExpand
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Studies on the dependence of optical activity on chemical constitution
SummaryThe rotatory dispersion of the compounds (Tables I–IX) have been determined in 7 solvents for 13 wavelengths (λ=6708 Å to λ=4358 Å) in the visible region of the spectrum. It is found to beExpand
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Chemical examination ofHelianthus annus Linn. The component fatty acids & the probable glyceride structure of the seed oil
SummaryThe fatty oil from seeds ofHelianthus annus Linn. has been examined and found to have the following values of the constants:—Sp. Gr. (35° C.) 0·9147, Refractive index (25° C.) 1·4732; AcidExpand
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Studies on the nature of the racemic modification of optically active compounds
Summary(1)The solubility-composition isotherm for camphor-β-sulphonic acids at 35° has been determined and shown to consist of three curves indicating that the racemic modification is aExpand
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Studies on the nature of the racemic modifications of optically active compounds in the solid state
SummaryThe racemic modification of 3-nitro-p-toluidinomethylenecamphor is a truedl-mixture whereas the racemic modifications of 5-iodo-o-toluidino-, 4-nitro-o-toluidino-, oxy-, 2-nitro-p-toluidino-,Expand
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Studies on the nature of the racemic modifications of optically active compounds in the solid state
Summary1. Roozeboom’s melting point-composition diagrams have been prepared for the camphor-β-sulphonates (d anddl) ofo-,m- andp-chloraniline and camphor-β-sulphonyl-o-,m- andp-chlorophenylamides (dExpand
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Chemical examination of the seeds of Carthamus oxycantha. Part I. The component fatty acids and the glyceride structure of the seed oil
The fatty oil from the seeds ofCarthamus oxycantha has been examined and found to have Sp. Gr. (35° C.) 0·9175, Refractive index (30° C.) 1·4715, Acid value 1·34, Sap. val. 195·0, Acetyl val. 2·98,Expand
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Chemical examination of seeds ofRaphanus sativus Linn.
SummaryThe fatty oil from the seeds ofRaphanus sativus Linn. has been examined and found to have Sp. Gr. (30° C.) ·9173, Refractive index (30° C.) 1·4704, Hehner val. 94·2%, R. M. Val. ·61, Acid val.Expand
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