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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONSTANTS. 



MELTING AND BOILING POINT 



TABLES. 



BY 

THOMAS CARNELLEY, D.Sc. (Lomx), B.Sc. (Vicr.), F.C.S., F.I.C., 

PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, DUNDEE. 



VOL. II. 



LONDON: 
PUBLISHED BY HARRISON AND SONS, 59, PALL MALL, 

$oakatUm to % $urai anb f .^J. % frmee of Malts. 

1887. 



LONDON : 
HARBISON AND SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTT, 

ST. MARTIN'S LANE. 




[ iii ] 



PREFACE. 



The issue of this second volume of Melting and Boiling Point Tables completes a labour of ten 
years. It contains more than 32,000 melting and boiling point data, which, with those given in the 
h'rst volume, make a total of over 51,000. 

For the data published by Eegnault in the Memoires de I'Acad&mie, in reference to the vapour 
tension of substances at different temperatures, and for Brock's tables calculated from Eegnault's 
results, I am indebted to Landolt and Bornstein's excellent " Physikalisch-Chemische Tabellen." 

The alphabetical index of Eoot-Carbon Compounds contains not only those for which the melting 
and boiling point data are known, but also others, in order to render the index more complete for all 
root-carbon compounds ; for these, and for the idea of such an index, I must acknowledge my 
indebtedness to Eichter's admirable " Tabellen der Kohlenstoff-Verbindungen." 

The paging of Volume II. has been made continuous with that of Volume I., in order that the 
two may be bound together if desired. 

The portion of Part II. contained in the present volume brings the data down to the Autumn 
of 1885, while Part III. brings the data down to near the end of 1886. 

THOS. CAENELLEY. 

University College, Dundee. 
June, 1887. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS OF VOL. II. 



MELTING AND BOILING POINT TABLES. 



PART II (continued). 
Organic Compounds. 



III. Compounds containing Four Elements :- 
/. CHFO 

2. CHClBr 

CHC1I 

3. CHC10 

4. CHC1S 

CHClSe .- . . . 

CHClTe 

5. CHC1N 

6. CHC1P 

CHClAs 

CHClSb 

CHCIBi 

7. CHBrI 

8. CHBrO 

9. CHBrS . 

CHBrSe 

CHBrTe 

10. CHBrN 

//. CHBrP 

CHBrAs 

CHBrSb 

12. OHIO 

13. CHIS ( ,T . 

CHISe 

CHITe . 



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391 
391 
391 
391 
392 
418 
418 
418 
419 
425 
426 
426 
426 
429 
429 
429 



PAGE 



III. Compounds containing Four Elements 
(continued) : 

14. CHIN 429 

15. CHIP 432 

CHIAs 433 

CHISb 433 

16. CHOS 434 

17. CHOSe 441 

18. CHON 441 

19. CHOP 592 

CHOAs 594 

CHOSb 595 

20. CHSN . . 595 

CHSP 604 

CHSAs 605 

CHSSb . .605 

CHSBi 605 

21. CHSeN 605 

CHSeP 605 

CHNP 605 

CHNAs 605 

22. CClBrO 606 

CC1IO 606 

CC10S 606 

CC10N 606 

CBrOS . . 606 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PART II (continued). 



Organic Compounds. 



III. Compounds containing Four Elements 

(continued) : 

CBrON 

CI03ST 

COSN 

CSNT 

IV. Compounds containing Five Elements :- 

CHFON 

CHClBrI 

CHClBrO 

CHClBrN 

CHClBrP 

CHC1IO 

CHC1IS 

CHC1IN 

CHC10S 

CHC10N 

CHC10P 

CHClOAs 

CHClOSb . . . 

CHC1SST . . . . 

CHC1SP 

CHClSAs 

CHC1NP . 

CHClNAs . 

CHClNSb 

CHBrlO 

CHBrlS 

CHBrIN 

CHBrOS 

CHBrON 

CHBrOSb 

CHBrSN 

CHIOS 

CHION 

CHIOP 

CHIOAs 

CHISN 

CHOSN 

CHOSP 

CHOSSb 



. 



CHOSeN 
CHOSeP 



PAGE i PAGE 

IV. Compounds containing Five Elements 
(continued) : 

606 CHONP 677 

606 CHONAs 678 

606 CHONSb 678 

606 CHSNP 6J8 

CClBrOS 678 

607 CClBrON .678 

607 CC10NP 678 

607 CBrOSN 678 

609 V. Compounds containing Six Elements : 

609 CHFC10S 679 

610 CHFOSN 679 

610 CHClBrlO ........ 679 

610 CHClBrlS 679 

610 CHClBrOS 679 

614 CHClBrON 681 

633 CHClBrOP 681 

634 CHClBrSN 682 

634 CHC1IOS 682 

634 CHC1ION 682 

635 CHC10SN 682 

635 CHClOSeN 685 

635 CHC10NP 685 

635 CHClONSb 685 

635 CHBrlON 685 

635 CHBrOSN 685 

635 CHBrONP 689 

635 CHIOSN 689 

635 CHOSNP 689 

637 CClBrOSN 689 

656 VI. Compounds containing Seven and Eight 

656 Elements : 

656 CHClBrOSN 690 

656 CHC10SNP 690 

659 CHClBrOSNP 690 

659 VII. Compounds containing Special Ele- 

659 ments : 

660 Compounds containing Ag . . . 691 

676 Al . .' . 691 

677 An ... 691 
677 B. . . . 692 
677 Ba 694 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

PART II (continued). 
Organic Compounds. 



PAGE 

VI I. Compounds containing Special Ele- 
ments (continued) : 

Compounds containing Be . . . 694 

Ca . . . 694 

Cd . . . 694 

Cr . . . 694 

Cu . . . 695 

Pe . . . 695 

Hg . . . 695 

K . . . 698 

Li ... 698 

Mg . . . 698 



PAGK 

VII. Compounds containing Special Ele- 
ments (continued) : 

Compounds containing Na . . . 699 

Pb . . . 699 

Pt . . . 700 

Si ... 703 

Sn . . . 706 

Ti . . . 708 

Tl . . . 708 

V . . . 708 

W . . . 708 

Zn 708 



PART III. 



I. Vapour Tensions and Boiling Points 

of Simple Substances 712 

II. Vapour Tensions and Boiling Points 
of Mixed Substances : 

A. Of Aqueous Solutions . . . 740 

B. Of Solutions other than those 

in Water 761 

III. Freezing and Melting Points of Mix- 
tures, including Cryohydrates : 

A. Of Mixtures with Water . . 763 

B. Of Mixtures with Benzene . 776 

C. Of Mixtures with Naphthalene 777 

D. Of Mixtures of Carbon disul- 

phide and Ethyl alcohol . . 777 



III. Freezing and Melting Points of Mix- 

tures, including Cryohydrates (con- 
tinued) : 

E. Of Mixtures with Ethylene 

dibromide 777 

P. Of Mixtures with Formic acid 777 
G. Of Mixtures with Acetic acid 777 
H. Miscellaneous Mixtures . . 778 

IV. Miscellaneous Melting and Boiling 

Point Data (Fats, Oils, &c.) ... 780 
V. Volumes and corresponding Tears of 
Issue of the more important Chemi- 
cal and Physical Periodicals . . . 782 
VI. Alphabetical Index of the Root Com- 
pounds of Carbon 788 



The following abbreviations are in addition to those given in Volume I. : 



n. = normal. 
n.c. = non-condensable. 
n.d. = non-decomposable. 



A. J. American Journal of Pharmacy. 
B.r. Itcferate der Berichte der Deutschen 
Chemischen Gesellscliaft zu Berlin. 



4*. 



353 



III.- COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 

(l.) CHFO. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetone hydrofluoride 


C 3 H 6 O.HF 


C 3 H 7 FO 


55 


.... 


Landolf 


C. R, 96, 580 


44, 655 


dihydrofluoride 


C 3 H 6 O.2HF 


C 3 H 3 F 2 


15 to 12 




)i 


) 


JJ 


Difluobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 3 F a .COOH 


C 7 H 4 F 2 2 




232 u. c. 


Jackson & Harts- 


B., 18, 1993 


48, 1224 












horn 






Benzoyl fluoride . 


C 6 H 5 .CO.F 


C 7 H 5 FO 


161-5 (745) 




Borodine 


A., 126, 60 


ii., 671 


Fluobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 F.COOH=1.2 


C 7 H 5 F0 2 




117-118 


Paternd & Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 85 


42, 614 


,, " 


=1.3 


)J 


.... 


133 


Paternd 


G. I., 11, 90 


40, 598 


,, 


)) )I 


) 




123-124 


Paternd & Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 85 


42, 614 


,, 


= 1.4 


j) 


.... 


180-181 


,, 


) 


j> 








J) 


.... 


182 


, 


G. I., 11,90 


40, 598 





1 


)) 


.... \ 


182 


Schmitt & Gehreii 


J. p. [2], 1, 394 


24, 368 


Methylic fluobenzoate 


C 6 H 4 F.COOMe=1.3 


C 8 H 7 FO 2 


192-194 


Liquid 


Patern& 


G. I., 11, 90 


40, 598 





) 





192-194 


Liquid 


Paternd & Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 85 


42,614 


Fluotoluic acid 


C 6 H 3 .Me.F.COOH= ? 





.... 


160-161 


,, 


)1 


, 


Fluoanisic acid 


C 6 H 6 .OMe.F.COOH=l.?.4 


C 3 H 7 F0 3 




204 


,, 


I 


42, 615 


Ethylic fluobenzoate 


C 6 H 4 F.COOEt=1.4 


C 9 H 9 FO 2 


cf. G.I. 11,90 


Cryst. 


Schmitt & Gehren 


J. p. [2], 1, 400 


vii., 164 



(2.) CHClBr and CHC1I. 















1 


Chlorobromoform 


.... 


CHClBr 3 


121-125 




Dyson 


43, 46 







.... 


)) 


123-135 t. d. 


Liquid 


Jacobsen and Neu- 


B., 15, 601 


42,938 












meister 






Bromochloroform 


.... 


CHCLBr 


91-92 


Liquid 


i 


)> 





a-Chlordibromethylene 


CHBr : CBrCl 


C 2 HClBr 2 


141-142 (734 


L 20 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1741 


36, 213 


a-Chlortetrabromethane 


CHBr 2 .CBr 2 Cl 


C 2 HClBr 4 


200-205 (285 


32-33 


,, 


B., 11, 1739 





a- 








240 (735) 


.... 





A., 195, 210 


36, 369 


a- 


j 


J) 


.... 


33 


Mabery 


A. C. J., 5, 255 


46,663 


a- 


,, 


)) 




32-33 


Wallach & Bischof 




46, 663 


Dichlorbromethylene 


.... 


C.jHCl.Br 


110-115 






A., 216, 261 









n 


114-116 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 98, 370 


46, 979 


a- , 


CHBr:CCl2. 





114-116 (740) 


L 20 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1741 


36, 214 


a-Dichlortribromethane 


CHBrj.CBrC] 2 


C 2 HCloBr 3 


215-220 


L 20 


), 


B., 11, 1740 


36, 213 


Trichlordibromethane 


.... 


C 2 HCl 3 Br 2 


200 (760) p.d 


.... 


Patern6 


G. I., 1, 590 


vii., 308 


,, 


.... 





93-95 (14) 







jy 


j, 


a-Chlorbromethylene 


CHj : CClBr 


C 2 H 2 ClBr 


55-58 


.... 


Miiller 


As., 3, 287 







1 





62-63 (750) 


Liquid 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1740 ; A., 


36, 213 














195, 206 




,, 





JJ 


62-63 


.... 


Henry 


C. E., 97, 1491 


46, 571 


,, 





) 


63 


Liquid 


,, 


C. R., 98, 680 


46, 830 


,, 


JT 


) 


62 




Miiller 


[1864] 




&- 


CHC1 : CHBr 


I) 


80-83 


.... 


.... 


A., 216, 258 




,, 





>i 


81-82 


Liquid 


Plimpton 


41, 394 







H 





81-82 




Henry 


C. E., 98, 741 


46, 831 


? 


.... 


(C 2 H s ClBr). 


140 


Solid 


Demole and Diirr 


B., 11, 1304 


34, 846 


a-Chlortribromethane 


CH 2 Br.CBr 2 Cl 


C 2 H 2 ClBr 3 


200-201 (735) 


L 20 


Deuzel 


B., 11, 1735 


36, 213, 369 








p. d. 










,, 


> 


)> 


170-171 (335) 




,, 


A., 195, 210 





,, .... 


ji 


)) 


165-167 (285) 




j, 








a-Dichlordibromethane 


CH 2 Br.CBrCl s 


C<2 iigO 12-01*2 


176-178 


1. 20 





B., 11, 1740 


36, 213 


(3- 


CHClBr.CHClBr 





195-200 




.... 


A., 216, 257, 262 




Trichlo^ )ror.".jthaue 


CCl 3 .CH 2 Br. 


C 2 H 2 Cl 3 Br 


151-153 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 98, 370 


46, 978 


a-Chlordibromethane 


CH 3 .CClBr 2 


0,,H. 1 ClBr 2 


123-124 (753) 


1. 20 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1739 


36, 213 





) 


)) 


124 


.... 


,, 


A., 195, 210 


36, 30!) 


2 z 



354 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-Chlordibromethane 


CHj-Br.CHClBr 


C s H 3 ClBr 2 


162-5-163 


1. 20 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1739 


36, 213 


o-Dichlorbromethane 


CH 3 .CCl. 2 Br 


CjHjCljBr 


98-99 (758) 


1. 20 





B., 11, 1740 


n 


P- 


CH,Br.CHCl 2 (?) 





137 




Lescosur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 











137-138 




Henry 


C. E., 97, 14H1 


46, 571 











138 


.... 





C. E., 98, 370 


46, 979 


y- . 


CHClBr.CHjCl 


n 


139-140 c. 




Perkin 


45, 535 




i- 







151 




Lescceur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 


11 


.... 


(?) 


158-162 












Ethylidene chlorobromide ... 


CH 3 .CHClBr 


C,H 4 ClBr 


81-82 




Eeboul 


A., 155, 215 


vii., 489 


.. 11 








84-5 (765) 


1.-19 


Lescoeur 


B. S. [2], 29, 483 


34, 718 


IT 1 


11 





84-84-5(750 


1. 20 


Denzel 


B., 11, 1739 


36, 213 


IT 11 


n 


n 


85 


.... 





A., 195, 210 


36, 368 


,, 


J 





85 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




Ethylene chlorobromide 


CyfigC'ltO'.ii.^.Br 





105 




Denzel 


A., 195, 210 


36, 369 


n i> 


n 





106-107 




James 


35, 806 




n 


n 


u 


106-108 







47, 366 




T. 


i. 


ii 


108 




Henry 


C. E., 98, 370 


46, 979 


TT >> 





ii 


107-108 







A., 156, 16. 







a 


ii 


107-109 


.... 


Demole 


B., 9, 556 


30, 283 


JT 11 


a 


ii 


108 


.... 


Plimpton 


41, 397 




!> 17 


n 


ii 


104-108 


Liquid 


Lescoeur 


B. S. [2], 29, 484 


34, 718 


,1 71 








107-109 




James 


43,37 




n 11 








108-110 




Simpson 


P. E. S., 20, 118 


38, 456 


1 


.... 


C 3 HClBr 2 (?) 


a. 150 


.... 


Pinner 


B., 8, 1324 


29, 554 


Dichlorbromallylene 




C 3 HCl 2 Br 


143 


.... 





B., 5, 205 


26, 495 










143 







A., 179, 45 


29, 549 


Dichlortribrom propylene .... 




C 3 HCl 2 Br 3 


.... 


207 





B 


11 


1 


.... 


C 3 H 2 ClBr 


100-110 




n 


B., 8, 1325 


29, 554 


Dichlordibrom propyleue .... 




C 3 H 2 Cl 2 Br 2 


190 p. d. 




Kramer and Pinner 


A., 158, 37 


24, 558 


Dichlorbrom propylene 


a. C 3 HCl 2 Br 


C 3 H 3 Cl 2 Br 


143 




Pinner 


A., 179, 45 




Dichlortribrom propane 


Of. C 3 HCl 2 Br 3 


C 3 H 3 Cl 2 Br 3 




207 





I! 




Chlorbrom propylene 




C 3 H 4 ClBr 


105 


.... 




A. 112, 237 




.,, 


CH,.CCi:CHBr 


)> 


100-110 




Friedel 


A. C. [4], 16, 343 


vii., 1019 




orCH 2 :CCl.CH 2 Br. 














a-Bromallyl chloride 


CH 2 : CBr.CHjCl 





120 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 5, 186, 482 


vii., 50; 25,686 


a-Chlorallyl bromide 


CH 3 .CCl.CH,Br 


II 


121 






C. E., 95, 849 


44, 173 


Chlorbromglycide 


CHC1 : CH.CH 2 Br 


JI 


126 


.... 


.... 


As., 6, 375 


ii., 899 


i) 







136-127 




Eeboul 


As., 1, 230 


vii., 1020 


Chlortribrompropane 




3 H 4 ClBr 3 


238 p. d. 


.... 





As., 1, 231 


ii., 899 


Allylenedichlordibromide .... 


.... 


C 3 H 4 Cl 2 Br 2 


190 


.... 


.... 


J. [1872], 323 ; 
















A., 179, 44 




Dichlordibrotnpropane 


CH 2 Br.CClBr.CH 2 Cl 


11 


200-205 




Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 74, 955 


24, 1190 


" 





II 


205 


.... 





C. E., 73, 958 


vii., 1020 





11 





SOS 






C. E., 75, 81 


25, 805 


,, 


CH 2 Cl.CBr 2 .CH 2 Cl 





212 


.... 


Hartenstein 


J. p. [2], 7, 313 


26, 1218 





.... 


M 


220-221 




Eeboul 


As., 1, -231 


ii., 899 


11 




i> 


220-225 




Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 75, 81 


25, 805 


Chlordibrompropane 


CH 3 .CClBr.CH 2 Br 


C 3 H 5 ClBr 2 


169-170 




Eeboul 


A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


" 


" 





169-170 c. 







C. E., 82, 377 


29, 894 


" 


" 


ii 


170 




Friedel 


A., 112, 236 


vi., 968 





II 

CH a .CHBr.CHClBr 


u 
n 


170-175 

177-177-5 c. 




Eeboul 


A. C. [4], 16, 343 
C. E., 82, 377 


vii., 1019 
29, 894 


" 


" 


H 


177-177-5 


.... 


11 > 


A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


" 




n 


195 


.... 


Oppenheim 


J. [1867], 569 


vi., 968 





(Bromallylchlorbromide) 


ii 


197-199 
197-200 


.... 


Simpson 


P. E. S., 27, 118 
B. S., 31, 410 


38, 456 





OH 2 Cl.CHBr CH 2 Br 


.,1 


195-200 




Darmstiidter 


A., 153, 319 


vi., 433 


11 


" 





abt. 200 




.... 


J. [1857], 476 


i., 894 


" 


D 


ii 


202 


.... 


.... 




i., 898 


" 


.... 


11 


202-203 


.... 


Eeboul 


J., 13, 461 




Dichlorbrom propane 




C 3 H 5 Cl 2 Br 


200-205 
156-160 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. E., 84, 955 
A., 138, 123 


24, 1190 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



355 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dichlorbrompropane 


.... 


C i H D Cl 2 Br 


abt. 176 






J. [1857], 477 


i., 894 


;> 







180-187 


.... 


Simpson 


P. E. S., 27, 118 


38, 456 


a-Chlorbrompropane 


Me.CClBr.Me 


C 3 H 6 ClBr 


93-95-5(745) 




Eeboul 


B., 7, 1037 


27, 977 


"- 


u 





93 


.... 





A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


"- >. 


)) 





93-93-5(745) 




)5 


A. C. [5], 14, 482 


36, 131 


8- 


Me.CH 2 .CHClBr 


i) 


112-113 




Sawitscli 


C. E., 52, 399 


vii., 1018 


fl- 


J 


n 


112-113 




Reboul 


A., 155, 216 




3- 


M 


JH 


abt. 110 







C. E., 78, 1775 


27, 977 


- 


u 


n 


abt. 110 




)i 


A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


s- 


11 


? 


110-112 




n 


A. C. [5], 14, 487 


36, 131 


y- .., 


Me.CHBr.CH 2 Cl 


j> 


120 







B., 7, 1037 


vii., 1019 


7- . 


> 


v 


121 


.... 





A. C. [5], 14, 453 


36, 128 


>- 


Me.CHCl.CH 2 Br 


u 


119-121 


Liquid 


Friedel and Silva 


B. S. [2], 17, 532 


25, 890 


y- ,. 





3J 


118-120 




Simpson 


P. E. S., 27, 118 


38, 456 


- 


CH a 01.CH 2 .CH ! ,Br 


1) 


140-141 (746) 




Eeboul 


C. E,, 78, 1773 


27, 976 


5- 


1) 


J* 


140-142(746) 




j 


A. C. [5], 14, 487 


36, 132 


? 


C 5 H 8 Cl 2 Br 2 


C 5 H Cl 2 Br 2 (?) 


232-236 




Pinner 


B., 8, 1326 


29, 554 


Dichloramylene dibroruide .... 


.... 


C s H 8 Cl 2 Br 2 


230-240 






A., 179, 37 




Methylchlordibrompropyl- 


CHMeBr.CClBr.CHMeCl 


)) 


140-145 (31) 


.... 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


carbinyl chloride 
















Dichlortribrombenzene 


Cl s .Br 3 =1.3.2.4.6 


C 6 HCl 2 Br 3 


.... 


121 


Langer 


B., 15, 1332 




Trichlordibrombeuzene 


Br a .Cl,= 


C 6 HCl 3 Br 2 




149 


M 


B., 15, 1330 


42, 1058 


,, 


= 


J 


.... 


119 


.... 


A., 215, 119 




Chlortribrombenezene 


Br 3 .Cl=1.3.5.6 


C 6 H 2 ClBr 3 


.... 


80 


Silberstein 


J. p., 27, 116 


44, 661 





5 


)J 


.... 


82 


Langer 


B., 15, 1065 


42, 954 


Chlorbrombenzene 


Cl.Br=1.4 


C 6 H 4 ClBr 


196-3(756-12) 


67-4 


Kbrner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 





=1-3 


JJ 


196 


.... 


j 





29, 220 


Chlordiallyltetrabromide .... 




C 6 H 9 ClBr 4 


.... 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 87, 171 


36,34 


Chlorhexylene dibromide .... 


.... 


C 6 H u ClBr 2 


218-220 


.... 


Destrem 


B., 16, 229 




Chlorbenzyl bromide 


C 6 H 4 .Cl.(CH s Br)=1.4 


C 7 H 6 ClBr 




48-5 


Jackson and Field 


B., 11, 905 


36, 62 


5) " 





1> 


.... 


48-5 





A. C. J., 2, 85 ; 


40, 806 














3, 252 







J' )^ 


)J 


.... 


48-5 


Jackson and White 


B. 13, 1217 


38, 879 


Cinnyl chlordibromide 


Ph.C 3 H 4 Br 2 Cl 


C 9 H 9 ClBr 2 




96-5 


Grimaux 


C. E., 76, 1598 


26, 1139 


o-Trichlordibromnaphthalene 




C 10 H 3 Cl 3 Br., 


.... 


166 




.... 


iv., 13 


a-Dichlordibromnaphthalene 


.... 


C 10 H 4 Cl 2 Br 2 




170 




.... 





0- 


.... 


M 


.... 


166 


.... 







Dichlorbromnaphthalene .... 


.... 


C 10 H 5 Cl 2 Br 




80 


Beilstein 


Org. Chem. 1205 


iv., 11 


Chlordibromnaphthalene 




CioHsdsBrj 


.... 


150 


5J 


Org. Chem. 1206 


iv., 10 


tetrachloride 
















Chlorbromnaphthalene 


a l> "2 


C 10 H 6 aBr 


.... 


115 


.... 


B. S., 26, 540 




Ohlorbromnaphthalene tetra- 




C 10 H 6 ClBr 5 




110 


Beilstein 


Org. Chem. 1205 




bromide 
















Dichlornaphthalene tetrabro- 




C 10 H 6 Cl 2 Br 4 


.... 


a. 100+ 


j) 


Org. Chem. 1206 


iv., 10 


mide 
















Dibromnaplithalene tetra- 


.... 


C-ioH 6 Cl 4 Br 2 


.... 


abt. 155 





> 


)1 


cliloride 
















Bromnaphthalene dichloride 


.... 


C 10 H 7 CI 2 Br 




165 


Gerhardt 


.... 


iv., 8 


Trichlorbromisocymene 


Me.PrJS.Cl 3 .Br.=1.3.(?) 4 


C 10 HioCl 3 Br 




65 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 619 




Dichlordibromanthracene ... 


.... 


C 14 H 6 Cl 2 Br 2 




251-252 


Schwarzer 


B., 10, 377 


32,493 


Diclilorbromanthracene 


.... 


C 14 H 7 Cl 2 Br 




168 





)J 





Di(bromphenyl )dichlorethy- 


CCl 2 :C(C c H 4 Br)., 


C 14 H 8 Cl. 2 Br 2 




119-120 


Zeidler 


B., 7, 1180 


28, 148 


lene 
















Dichloranthracene tetrabro- 


.... 


C 14 H 8 Cl 2 Br 4 




166 


Schwarzer 


B., 10, 376 


38, 493 


mide 
















Di(bromphenyl)-trichlor- 


CCl 3 .CH(C 6 H 4 Br) !i 


C lt 'EL t ClJBt t 




139-141 


Zeidler 


B., 7, 1180 


28, 148 


ethane 
















Di(bromtolyl)trichlorethane 


C01 3 .CH(C 6 H. i BrMe) 2 


C 16 H 1 .,Cl 3 Br 2 




148 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1192 


28, 154 


a-Tetrachlortribromdinaph- 


C 10 H 4 Cl 2 Br 2 .C 10 H 5 C] 2 Br 


C 20 H 9 Cl 4 Br 3 




74-76 


Faust and Saame 


A., 160, 69 


vi., 846; 25, 05 


thyl 
















0- 









71-73 


3) 


A., 160, 71 


1) 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


lodochloroform 




CHC1 3 I 


131 


Liquid 


.... 


A., 22, 229; 126, 


i., 913 














239 




Methylene chloriodide 


.... 


CH 2 C1I 


109-109-5 


Liquid 


Sakurai 


47, 198 










(760-4) 










jj jj 


.... 


JJ 


129 




jj 


41, 362 




Chloriodoethyleue 


CH 3 :ccn 


C 2 H 2 C1I 


101-102 




Henry 


C. R, 98, 518 


46, 719 


,j 


jj 


JJ 


100-101 


Liquid 


j 


C. R, 98, 680 


46, 831 








(759) p.d. 










> .... .... 


f !HC1 : CHI 


JJ 


114-116 




.... 


A., 216, 263 




,, .... .... 


JJ 


JJ 


119c. 


Liquid 


Plimpton 


B., 16, 79 


41, 392 


jj .... .... 


D 


J) 


119 


... 


Henry 


C. R, 98, 741 


46, 831 


Dichloriodoethane 




C 2 H 3 C1 2 I 


171-172 s. d. 


Liquid 





C. R, 98, 518 


46, 719 








(774) 










Ethylidene chloricxlide 


CH 3 .CHC1I 


C 2 H 4 C1I 


117-119 




Simpson 


P. R S., 27,118 


38, 456 


jj u 


JJ 


JJ 


118 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




Ethylene chloriodide 


CHsCl.CH.,1 


JJ 


137-138 


.... 


Meyer and Wurster 


B., 6, 964 




jj 


JJ 


JJ 


140-143 




Simpson 


.... 


37, 180 


jj jj 


JJ 


1J 


140-1 (759-3) 


s. f. m. 


Thorpe 


37, 180 




jj 


JJ 


)J 


146 (753) 







JJ 




j jj 


J) 


JJ 


141 





Plimpton 


41, 397 




I? j> 


JJ 


JJ 


141 




Plimpton & Graves 


)! 




j u 


JJ 


JJ 


145 




Simpson 


J., 16, 485 




jj 


J) 


JJ 


146 




Maumen6 


J., 22, 345 




jj jj 


}J 


JJ 


147 


.... 


Simpson 


P. E. S., 11,390 


ii., 579 


a-Chlorallyliodide 




C 3 H 4 C1I 


150 (760) 




Eomburgh 


R. T., 1, 233 


44, 449 


jj 




JJ 


92-95 (40) 







B., 16, 393 




0- 


CHOI : CH.CH 2 I 


JJ 


162 p. d. 




i 


B., 16, 392 










(760-4) 










Dichloriodopropane 


.... 


C 3 H 5 C1 2 I 


SOS 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 4, 702 


24,907;vii.,320 


j 




JJ 


205-210 




Simpson 


P. R S., 13, 540 


vi., 92 


Ohloriodopropane 


CH 3 .Cai.CH 3 


C 3 H 6 C1I 


110-130(10) 




Oppeuheim 


As., 6, 360 


vi., 826, 968 


,, 


CHj.CHCLCHjI 


JJ 


149 (760) 




Friedel and Silva 


B. S. [2], 17, 536 


vii, 1019 


jj .... .... 


JJ 


)J 


40-43(10-12) 







JJ 





Chloriodobenzene 


C,H 4 .C1.I=1.2 


C 6 H 4 C1I 


a. 233 


Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


jj 


JJ JJ 


JJ 


229-230 


Liquid 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1395 


28, 364 












batow 






?j 


=1-4 


)J 


236-227 


56-57 


3> 


B., 7, 1395 


28, 363 


j) 


JJ )J 


JJ 


227-6(751-26) 


Solid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


o-Chloriodotoluene 




C 7 H 6 C1I 


242-243 


1. 14 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168,211,2.0. 


27, 55; vii., 




.... 










[2], 6, 164 


1166 


0- 







240 


8. 10 





J) 


D 


'- 


Me.I.Cl=1.2.? 





240 


1 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


Z. C. [2], 6, 102 


vii., 1177 












berg 







(3.) CHC10. 



Trichloracetaldehyde (chloral) 


CC1 3 .COH 


C 2 HC1 3 O 


94 




Liebig 


A., 1, 195 


37, 191 


jj >j 


JJ 


JJ 


944 







.... 


i., 881 


j j> 


JJ 


JJ 




75 


Berthelot 


G. J. C., 1878 




jj j> 


JJ 


JJ 


95-100 




Detsenyl 


C. G, 1873, 767 


27, 572 


jj j) 


)J 


JJ 


96-97 (750) 




Briihl 


G. J. G, 1880 




jj jj 


)) 


?: 


96-4 c. (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 191 




j> 


J> 


j) 


97-2 c. (760) 




15 


jj 




jj D 


JJ 


jj 


97-73 c. (760) 




Passavant 


.... 


39, 55 


jj jj 


J) 


j) 


98-1-99 




Kopp 


A. 


37, 191 








(745-9) 










j> 


JJ 


jj 


98-6 







.... 


1., 881 


Dichloracetyl chloride 


CHC1 2 .CO.C1 


)j 


108 


.... 


Bogomoletz 


B. S. [2], 34, 330 


40, 401 


jj jj " 


JJ 


j) 


107-108 


Liquid 


Otto and Beckurts 


B., 14, 1618 


40, 1030 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



357 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Walts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Parachloralide 


.... 


CoHClaO 


182 


.* 


Cloez 




iv., 341 


Trichloracetic acid 


CCL..COOH 


CJHC1A 


a. 180 




Henry 


B., 12, 1846 




,, 








194-195 


Solid 


Tommasi & Meldol 


.... 


27, 314 











195 


44-8 


Judson 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 


vii., 9 











195 


44-8 


Clermont 


C. B., 83, 112 


24, 812 











.... 


45 


.... 


J. p. [2], 27, 16 













195-200 


46 


Dumas 


A., 32, 109 


i., 878 


,, 








.... 


46-5 


Bichter 


Tabellen 




,, 








.... 


52 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 14, 588 




,, ,, .... .... 








195 


52-4. 


Clermont 


A. C. [5], 2, 401 


27, 1154 


Chloracetyl chloride 


CH 2 C1.CO.C1 


C 2 H 2 C1 2 


105 


.... 


Wurtz 


A., 102, 96 


vi., 22 











105-107 




Bogomoletz 


B. S. [2], 34, 330 


40, 401 








>i 


107-108 




Henry 


C. B., 100, 114 


48,372 


Uichloracetaldehyde 


CHC1 2 .COH 





89-90 




Paterud 


G. S. P., 5, 123 


vi., 76 


,, .... .... 








88-90 


.... 


Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 1, 461 


24, 1190 


Paradichloracetaldehyde 


.... 


(C S H,CLO). 


.... 


129-130 


Jacobsen 


B., 8, 87 


28, 631 


Metadichloracetaldehyde .... 







.... 


n.f. 200 


Friedrich 


A., 206, 253 


40, 407 


Dichloracetic acid 


CHC1 2 .COOH 


CjHjCljO, 


189-191 


s. 


Wallach 


B., 9, 1212 


31, 59 











195 




Manmene 


J., 17, 316 


vi., 19 


Chlorethylene oxide 


CHC1.CH 2 .0 


C 2 H 3 C10 


89-92 






A., 216, 269 




















C'hloracetaldehyde 


CHjCl.COH 


i) 


85-5 c. (738) 


43-45 


Bichter 


B. K. T. 




.... .... 








MM 


65-75 





J) 




(polymer) 


(CH 2 Cl.COH) n 





.... 


87-87-5 c. 


Natterer 


M. C., 3, 461 


42, 1046 


Acetyl chloride 


CHj.CO.Cl 





50-9 (746-1) 


.... 


Thorpe 


.... 


37, 188 





J) 





50-93 (746-3) 







... 








J! 





55 


.... 


Gerhardt 


J., 5, 444 


i., 35 











53-5-55 




Schall 


B., 17, 2204 













51-52 (720) 


.... 


Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 




,, 








55 


.... 


Gal 


A. C. [3], 66, 187 


vi., 23 











55-56 




Kopp 


A., 95, 208 


37, 188 











55-56 




Perkin 


41, 269 




Chlormethylic formate 


H.COO.CH 2 C1 


C 2 H a C10 s 


abt. 100 




Henry 


B., 6, 742 


vii., 807 


Methylic chlorocarbonate .... 


C1.COOCH, 





66-5-67-5 




Meyer and Wurster 


B., 6, 965 




)) !> 





,, 


71-4 


.... 


Bose 


A., 205, 229 


40, 252 


!! 





11 


71-71-5(150) 


.... 


Klepl 


J. p., 26, 447 


44, 311 


Chloracetic acid 


CH 2 C1.COOH 





180 




Geuther 


A., 132, 171 


vi., 22 


,, 








185-187-5 


s. 62 


Hofmann 


J., 10, 348 


i., 876 








(755-7) 










,, 





j 


180-187 


.... 


Heutschel 


B., 17, 1286 


46, 990 


,, ,, .... 








183-9 (747) 


62-64-5 


Tollens 


B., 17, 665 





n 


H 





...t 


a. f. 53-54 











n 








187 


... 


Gal 


A. C. [3], 66, 187 


vi., 23 








n 


185 


.... 





G. J. C., 1862 




,, 








187 


61 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 606 


42, 946 





JJ 





188 


.... 


Cahours 


G. J. C., 1863 










n 


.... 


62 


Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 




:'richlorethylalcohol 


CClj-CHyOH 


C 2 H 3 C1,0 


151 (737) 


17-8 


Thurnlackh 


A., 210, 67 


42, 295 


,, 








150-152 


a. f. m. 


Mering 


B., 15, 1020 




iVichlormethyl oxide 







abt. 130 


.... 


Regnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 401 




Chloral hydrate 


CC1 3 .CH(OH) 2 


C 3 H,C1,0 2 


95 


.... 


Vlartius&Bartholdy 


B., 3, 443 


vii., 313 


M 








97 




Personne 


C. B., 69, 1363 








,j 





97 


.... 


Jungfleisch, Le- 


J. Ph. [4], 208 















baigne, & Boucher 






) 








97-5 


49-53 


fTluckiger 


Z. C., 6, 432 











,) 


99 


50-51 


Jacobsen 


A., 157, 243 


24, 257 











95 


.... 


Martins and Men- 


G. J. C., 1870 ; 














delssohn 


Z. C. 




H 







95 


.... 


Senry 


B., 4, 101 


24, 256 













58 


Ger. Phann., 1882 






5) 








97-5 


57 


Meyer and Dulk 


B., 6, 449 


26, 878 











.... 


57 


^riedrich 


A., 206, 251 


40,407 



358 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chloral hydrate 


CC1 3 .CH(OH) 3 


CjHjClA 


115 (755) 


s. 40-2 


Thomsen 


Z. (1, 13, 156 


vi., 432 


?! 


t 


J) 


145 


56 


Koussin 


Z. 0., 13, 96 




,, ,, 


?J 


)) 


145 


50 


Persoime 


Z. G, 13, 172 




Isochloril hydrate 


.... 





.... 


80 


Meyer and Dulk 


A., 171, 74 


27, 461 


,, ,, 


.... 


M 


.... 


80 


Meyer 


B., 6, 449 


26, 878 


Dichlormethyl oxide 


.... 


c.H 4 (a 2 o 


105 




Eegnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 398 




Dicliloracetaldehyde hydrate 


CHCL.CH(OH) 2 


C 2 H 4 Clj0 2 


98-100 


43; 57 


Friedrich 


A., 206, 251 


40,407 


j 





5 


118-121 


50-57 


Denaro 


G. I., 14, 117 


46, 1283 


Chlormethyl oxide 


CH 2 C1.O.CH 3 


C S H 5 C10 


79-5 (759) 


.... 


Friedel 


C. E., 84, 247 


32, 424 


Ethyleue hydroxychloride .... 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .OH 





128 




Wurtz 


A., 110, 125 


ii., 578 








U 


128-131 




Demole 


B., 9, 555 







J 





130-131 (760) 


.... 


Henry 


B., 7, 70 




Ethylidene hydroxychloride 


CH 3 .CHC1.0H 


J) 


25-30 (10) 


Liquid 


Hanriot 


A. C. [5], 25, 219 


42, 590 


Ethylic hypochlorite 


EtO.Cl 


Jl 


36 (752) 


Liquid 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1768 


48, 1045 


Methyl oxide+HCl 


.... 


C 2 H 7 C1O 


2 


Liquid 


Friedel 


C. E., 81, 152 


28, 1245 


|3-Dichloracrylic chloride 


cci 2 :cH.coci 


CjHCljO 


a. 145 


.... 


Wallach & Hunaiis 


B., 10, 569 


32, 591 


Trichloracetyl carboxylic acid 


CC1 3 .CO.COOH 


C 3 HC1 3 3 




89 


Hofferichter 


J. p. [2], 20, 195 


38, 35 


Pentachloracetone 


CHC1 2 .CO.CC1 3 


C 3 HC1 6 O 


185 


Liquid 


Cloez 


B. S. [2], 39, 636 


46, 580 


j .... .... 


n 


> 


190 




Stadeler 


A., 109, 277 


i., 30 





1) 





192 


Liquid 


Cloez 


B. S. [2], 39, 636 


46, 580 








)1 


182 


.... 


.... 


A., Ill, 181 




+4H 2 .... 





.... 


.... 


15-17 


.... 


A., Ill, 295; 122, 
















120 




/3-Dichloracrylic acid 


CClj : CH.COOH 


C/gJigOlgOj 




75-77 


Wallach 


A., 203, 83 ; B., 


38, 799; 29, 














8, 1580 


551 


ft- i j, 


)! 


) 




76-77 ; a. f. 


Wallach & Hunaus 


B., 10, 568 


32, 591 










63-64 








a- 


CHC1 : CC1.COOH 





.... 


85-86 


Bennett and Hill 


B., 12, 656 


36, 617 


n- 


p 







85-86 


Hill and Mabery 


A. C. J., 4, 263 


44, 309 


" 


J 


> 


.... 


85-86 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I., 13, 320 


46, 176 


Tetrachloracetone+4H 2 O .... 


.... 


C 3 H 2 C1 4 O 


.... 


35 


Bouis 


A. C. [3], 21, 111 


i., 30 


> 




JJ 


177-180 


38-39 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1342 


29, 559 


Hexachloracetone hydrate .... 


CO(CC1 3 ) 2 .H 3 O 


C 3 H 2 C1 6 2 




15 




A., 122, 120 




a-Chloracrylic acid 


CH 2 :CC1.COOH 


C 3 H 3 C10 2 




Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 8, 964 




- 


n 


5) 


176-181 


Liquid 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 10, 1949 


34, 291 


" i. 


J> 


J) 




63 


Wallach 


A., 203, 83 


38, 799 


"- 


J 


)) 




64-65 


Werigo & Melikoff 


B., 10, 1499 


34, 290 


- 


V 


)1 




65 


Otto and Beckurts 


B., 18, 239 


48, 510 


- i) 


) 


)) 




65 u. c. 


Werigo and Werner 


A., 170, 163 


27, 242; vii., 
















1012 


ft- 


CHOI: CH.COOH 







84 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2702 




0- 





J) 


.... 


84-85 


Wallach & Hunaus 


B., 10, 569 


32. 592 


ft- ., 





)J 


.... 


84-85 


Wallach & Eeincecke 


B., 10, 2128 


34, 404 


Chlormalonic acid 


CHC1(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 3 C10 4 


.... 


133 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 605 


42,946 


a-Dichlorpropionyl chloride.... 


CH 3 .CC1 2 .COC1 


C 3 H 3 C1 3 O 


105-115 




Beckurts and Otto 


B., 11, 388 


34, 488 


Trichloracetone 


CH 3 .CO.CC1 3 


)) 


d. 




Bouis 


A. C. [3], 21, 111 


i., 30 


j, 


)> 


) 


170-172 




Kramer 


B., 7, 257 


27, 676 


,, 


I 


) 


170-172 




Bischoff 


B., 8, 1338 


29, 558 


+2H 2 .... 


)> 





.... 


43 


u 


B., 8, 1338 




+2H 2 .... 





n 




44 


Kramer 


B., 7, 257 


27, 676 


Trichlormethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.CC1 3 (?) 


C 3 H 3 C1 3 2 


145 d. 




Laurent 


A. C. [2], 73, 25 


i., 23 


Methylic trichloracetate 


CCl 3 .COOMe 





154 




Henry 


C. E., 101, 250 


48, 1122 


!> Jl 


j 








Clermont 


C. R., 96, 437 




Trichlorpropionic acid 


.... 


)i 


.... 


60 




A. C. [3], 16, 67, 
















72, 82 




Trichlorlactic acid 


CC1 3 .CH(OH).COOH 


C 3 H 3 C1 3 3 




105-110 


Bischoff and Pinner 


B., 5, 208 


25, 485 


>i it 


)1 


f} 




105-110 




A., 179, 79 


29, 555 


Isotriclilorglyceric acid 


CC1 3 .C(OH) 2 .COOH 


C ;1 H 3 C1A 




102 


Claisen & Antweiler 


B., 13, 1938 


40, 154 


Dichlorvinyl methyl oxide ... 
a-Chlorpropionyl chloride ... 


CC1 S : CH.O.CH 3 
CH 3 .CHCI.CO.C1 


C 3 H 4 C1 2 




109-110 
109-110 (744) 


Liquid 


Denaro 
Henry 


G. I., 14, 117 
C. E., 100, 114 


46, 1283 
48, 372 


ft- 
ft. 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .CO.C1 


? 


143-145 (763) 


Liquid 


) 


j> 


17 


J) 


)) 





a. 140 




.... 




Hi., 466 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



350 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dichloracetone 


CH 3 .CO.CHC1 2 


C 3 H 4 C1 2 


115-117 




Friedel & Ladenbur 


A., 159, 259 


24, 919 


) .... .... 


n 





116-5 




Stadeler 


A., Ill, 301 


i., 30 


,, , " 


?! 


M 


119-120 


.... 


Glutz and Fischer 


J. p. [2], 4, 52 


24, 921 





D 


)) 


120 




Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 4, 565 


vi., 27 


M .... .... 


13 


)i 


120 


Liquid 


Mulder 


B., 5, 1009 


vii., 14; 26, 380 


i) * ' " 


11 





120 


.... 


Borsche and Fittig 


A., 133, 112 







11 


J) 


120 


Liquid 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1330 


29, 557 





J 


I] 


120 


Liquid 


Grabowsky 


B., 8., 1438 


11 


i> 


)) 


j> 


120 




Conrad 


A., 186, 236 


29, 370 

















32, 436 


" 


1 





120-121 




Markownikoff 


B., 6, 1210 




11 


1? 


1) 


121-5 


.... 


Fittig 


J., 12, 345 


i., 30 


11 .... .... 


11 


)) 


121-5 c. 




Theegarten 


B., 6, 897 




(polymer) .... 


.... 


n 


130-140 




Grabowsky 


B., 8, 1438 


29, 557 


i) 


.... 


)j 


132-135 




Bischoff 


B., 8, 1332 


29, 558 


11 11 







135-140 




Mulder 


B., 5, 1009 




)i 


CHaCLCO.CHjCl 


?) 


170-171 


Liquid 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1332 




,, 





)5 


170-171 


Liquid 


Glutz and Fischer 


J. p. [2], 4, 52 


vii., 14; 24, 922 


,, 





)1 


170-171 


.... 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1332 




11 


i 





172-172-8 c. 


42-5 


Eichter 


Tabellen 




i) " "" 


> 


)) 


168-169 (723) 


43 


Hermann 


B., 13, 1708 







j> 





171-172 


42-43 


Henry 


C. R, 94, 1428 


42, 1039 


11 .... .... 





)) 




43 


Markownikoff 


B., 6, 1210 


vii., 318 ; 27, 
















241 


11 * *'" 





3) 


140-170 


44 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 468 


27, 790 


)) 





)I 


167-5 


45 


Markownikoff 


A., 208, 355 


40, 1121 


Chlorethylic chlorformate .... 


C1.COO.C 2 H 4 C1 


C 3 H 4 C1 2 2 


150-160 


Liquid 


Nemirowsky 


J. p. [2], 31, 173 


48, 741 


Methylic dichloracetate 


CHClj.CO.OCH 3 


11 


143-144 


.... 


Wallach 


A., 173, 299 


28, 351 


11 


J) 


11 


144 


.... 


Henry 


C. E., 101, 250 


48, 1122 


Dichlormethylic acetate 


CH 3 .CO.OCHC1 2 


)) 


145-148 p. d. 




Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 70, 379 


i., 23 


a-Dichlorpropionic acid 


CH 3 .CC1 2 .COOH 


11 


185-190 


1.-8 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 9, 1877 


32, 180 


n- 


n 


)1 


185-190 


.... 


M 


B., 10, 264 


32, 182 


a- 


31 





186-190 


.... 





B., 10, 1952 


34, 291 


a- 





>1 


190-195 


Liquid 


D 


B., 9, 1593 


31, 298 


a- 




) 


192-194 


-4 


Ciamician & Silber 


B., 18, 1764 




a- 


j> 


11 


.... 


a. 15 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 10, 2039 


34; 290 


0- 


CH 2 a.CHCl.COOH 


)1 


S10 (762) 


abt. 50 


Henry 


B., 7, 414 


27, 679 


o 

p- i, 


J) 


)) 


210 (762) 


50 


>j 


J. p. [2], 10, 185 


28, 347 


0- ,1 5) 


11 







50 


Werigo & Melikoff 


B., 10, 1499 


34, 289 


3- i, 


1 


) 


.... 


50 


Melikoff 


B., 13, 274 


38, 627 


ft- 





11 




50 


j 


C. C. [1881], 354 


42, 38 


Dichlorlactic acid 


CHC1 2 .CH(OH).COOH 


C 3 H 4 C1 2 O 3 


219-231 


75-78 


Grimauz and Adam 


B., 10, 903 


29, 65 


11 


) 


n 


.... 


76-5-77 


.... 


B. S., 34, 29 






CH 3 .CO.CH 2 C1 


C 3 H 6 C10 


117 




Riche 


C. E., 49, 176 


i., 30 














J., 12, 339 


vi., 27 








116-120 


Liquid 


M^arkownikoff 




28, 443 




i> 


j> 


118-120 




Henry 


B., 5, 190, 966 


26, 379 






j> 


118-121 




Bischoff 


B., 5, 864 


26, 159 160 












.... 














119 




Linnemann 


A., 134, 170 


vi., 27 








119 




Mulder 


B., 5, 1009 


vii., 13 








120 


Liquid 


Barbaglia 


B., 6, 318 


26, 877 


j, 




j) 


119-120 




Glutz and Fischer 


J. p. [21 14 52 


24, 921 








120-5-121-5 




Markownikoff 


Jr L J) > 

0. E., 81, 668, 


29, 339 






)> 








728, 776 










120-125 




Klriwaksim 


B., 4, 563 


26, 160 


Epichlorhydrin 


CH 2 a.CH.CH 2 .0 


)5 
) 


115-118 


.... 


Miinder and Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 252 


25, 999 


n 





I> 


116-56 (760) 




Thorpe 


37, 206 




11 .... 


5J 


5J 


117 (755-5) 


.... 


Darmstadter 


J., 21, 454 




11 .... .... 


n 





117 


.... 


Gegerfeldt 


B., 6, 721 


26, 1123 


1) .... 


i 


J1 


117-118 


.... 


Markownikoff 


A., 208, 349 


40, 1120 





19 


J 


118 


.... 


.... 


.... 


ii., 898 



360 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Epichlorliydrin 


CH 2 C1.CH.CH 2 .O 


Q,H 5 C1O 


118-119 




Lowe 


G. J. C., 1870 


vii., 48 








H 


118-119 




Reboul 


J., 13, 456 


37, 207 











115-8 (758) 




Schiff 


G. J. C., 1881 













120-130 




Berthelot 




i., 894 


n-Chlorallyl alcohol 


CH 2 :CC1.CH 2 .OH 


., 


136 (763) 




Henry 


C. R., 95, 849 


44, 178 


u- 








136-140 


.... 


Romburgh 


R. T., 1, 233 


44,450 


ft- ii ii 


CHC1 : CH.CHj.OH 





153 c. 


Liquid 





B. S., 36, 549 


42,376 


Propionyl chloride 


CHyCH^COCl 





abt. 80 




Buchamp 


J., 9, 429 




ii 








80 




Sestini 


B. S., 11, 470 







" 


>' 


77-S-78-3 




Brtihl 


G. J. C., 1880 


.^ 


,, .... .... 





11 


79-5 









44, 990 


/3-Chlorpropionie aldehyde .... 


CH 2 C1.CH S .CHO 





.... 


34-5-35-5 


Krestownikoff 


B., 12, 1487 


38, 234 


ft- 








170-175 


33-5 


Grimaux & Adams 


B. S. [2], 36, 22 


40, 888 








(12-15) 










9- 








.... 


32 


Geuther & Cartmel 


.... 


i., 57 


Ethylic chlorocarbonate 


Cl.COOEt 


C 3 H 5 C1O 2 


94 


.... 


Dumas 


A. C. [2], 54, 230 


i., 916 


Chlormethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.CH 2 C1 





115-116 




Henry 


B., 6, 740 


vii., 807; 
















26, 1117 


Methylic chloracetate 


CH 2 C1.COO.CH 3 





126-127 (757) 


Liquid 





B., 6, 742 


26, 1117 


,, ,, 








129 


Liquid 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1153 


29, 372 


., ii 








ISO (740) 






A., 179, 8 




>! 1, 





11 


130 




Henry 


C. R., 101, 250 


48, 1122 


a-Chlorpropionic acid 


CH 3 .CHC1.COOH 





180-185 


.... 





C. R., 1203, 1258 


28, 443 


a- 





,, 


186 


L 18 


Buchanan 


Z. C. [2], 4, 523 


vi., 960 


ft' 11 > 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .COOH 





*>* 


33-5-41 


Richter 


Tabellen 




ft- ii 11 








203-205 (764) 


37-38 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 114 


48, 372 


ft- ii 


J) 





.... 


40-5 c. 


Linnemann 


A., 163, 96 


vii., 27; 25, 689 


p- 










58 


Richter 




vii., 27 


ft- i> n 








.... 


65 


Wiehelhaus 


.... 


vi., 960 


a-Chlorlactic acid 


CH 2 (OH).CHC1.COOH 


C 3 H 5 C10 3 




Liquid 


Melikoff 


B., 13, 273, 956 


38, 627 


"- ,, 





,, 




Liquid 





B., 13, 2153 


40, 154 


ft- 11 II 


CH 2 C1.CH(OH).COOH 




.... 


71 


Frank 


A., 206, 344 


40, 417 


ft- 11 


u 


i) 


.... 


77 


Richter 


J. p. [2], 20, 193 


38,32 


0- ,, 





); 


.... 


78 


Melikoff 


B., 13, 2153 


40, 154 


ft- ii >. 


ji 





.... 


78 





C. C. [1881], 354 


42,38 


p~ ,, j, 





); 


.... 


78-79 




B., 13, 273 


38, 627 


Trichlorpropyl alcohol 


CCl 3 .CHMe.OH 


C 3 H 5 C1 3 O 


150-160 


49-2 


Thurnlackh 


A., 210, 78 


42,295 


Propylphycite trichlorhydrin 


.... 


)J 


172-173 




Wolff 


Z. C., 12, 465 




Chloral methylate 


CCl 3 .CH(OH)(OMe) 


C 3 H 6 C1 3 2 


98 


50 


Bartholdy & Martius 


B., 3, 445 


vii., 314 


II ,) .... 







106 


50 


Jacobsen 


A., 157, 244 


24, 257 


Allyl alcohol dichloride 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.CH 2 OH 


C 3 H 6 C1 2 


180-184 


.... 


Tollens and Hen- 


B. S. [2], 11, 394; 


vi., 91; vii., 48 












ninger 


A., 156, 164 




II )) I! 


i 


'i 


183 


.... 


Hiibner and Muller 


A., 159, 179 


24, 906 


" " 


11 


., 


182 




Miinder and Tollent. 


Z. C. [2], 7, 252 


25, 999 


Glycerol diehlorhydriu 


CH 2 C1.CH(OH).CH 2 C1 


" 


183 
158 


.... 


Gegerfeldt 
Clans 


B., 6, 721 

A., 170, 125 


27, 243 


" " 


11 





171-171-5 




Markownikoff 


B., 6, 1211 


27, 241 


" " 


i 





171-171-5 







A., 208, 349 


40, 1120 








(765) = 
















175-8-1 76-3 c. 











" 


.' 





172-174 




Miinder and Tollens 


Z. C. [2], 7, 252 


25, 999 


" " 


n 


n 


172-174 




Hiibner and Muller 


Z. C. [2], 7, 232 





" " 


11 





174 







A., 159, 173 


34, 906; vli., 48 


ii ii .... 


" 





174 


.... 


Friedel and Silva 


C. R,, 75, 81 


25, 805 ; vii., 








. 








1020 


" " 





- 


176-177 


.... 


Hiibner and Miillei- 


Z. C. [2], 6, 344 


vii., 317 


" " 





n 


176-177 




Gegerfeldt 


B., 6, 721 


26, 1123 


11 ,1 


" 


11 


176-177 c. 




Watt 


B., 5, 258 


25, 612 


" " 


11 





175-180 




Henry 


A., 155, 324 




1" J! 


" 


i. 


174-186 


.... 


Hiibner and Mullei 


Z. C. [2], 6, 344 


vii., 317 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



301 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Glycerol dichlorhydrin 


CH 2 01.CH(OH).CH.,C1 


C 3 H B C1 2 


178 


b. 35 


.... 




i., 894 











178 




Glaus 


A., 160, 42 


26, 1120 


I! 1) 


.... 


> 


179-180 




Henry 


J. p. [2], 10, 185 


28, 346 


, ) 


.... 


Jl 


180 




Eeboul 


J., 13, 458 


ii., 898 


J5 


.... 


JJ 


180-183 


.... 


Gegerfeldt 


Z. C., 13, 672 




,) ,1 


.... 


I 


182 




Hiibner and Miillei 


Z. C. [2], 7, 232 


25, 1000 





.... 


> 


183 


.... 


Gegerfeldt 


B., 6, 720 


26, 1123 


1) )) 


.... 


J 


182 (760) 


.... 


Kahlbaum 


B., 17, 1260 




', J 


.... 


) 


104 (75) 




> 


)) 




. )1 


.... 


I 


951 (50) 







) 




)I I! 


.... 





83-2 (25) 


.... 


i 


)) 




1) )) " 


.... 





79-1 (20) 


.... 


M 


)) 




J! )1 


.... 


)1 


74-6 (15) 


.... 


)! 


)) 




V I! 


.... 


1 


68-8 (10) 


.... 





J) 




V >! 


.... 


)) 


64-2 (5) 







) 




?J " 


.... 





56-6 (0) 












Propylene chlorhydrin 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CH 2 C1 


C 3 H ; C1O 


126-128 




Oppenheim 


J., 21, 340 


vi., 968 


n " 


ji 


JJ 


127 


.... 


Oser 


B. S. [1860], 235 


vii., 1021 


,> 





H 


127-7 c. 




Markownikoff 


C. E., 81, 668, 


20, 339 














728, 776 




11 !> 


) 


)) 


127-128 


.... 


Morley and Green 


47, 132 




)) >! 


CH 2 (OH).CH 2 .CH. ! a 


)> 


160 c. 


.... 


Eeboul 


C. E., 79, 169 


27, 1154 


) 








160-162 


.... 





A. C. [5], 14, 491 


36, 128, 133 


a-Glycerol chlorhydrin 


CH 2 C1.CH(OH).CH 2 (OH) 


C 3 H-C10 2 


227- 


1. 35 


Berthelot 


J., 6, 456 


i., 893 


a- 


n 


1 


139 (10) 


.... 


Hanriot 


C. E., 86, 1139 


34, 656 


a- 





*) 


139 (20) 


.... 


)5 


A, C. [5], 17, 62 


36, 1030 


8- 


CH 2 (OH).CHC1.CH 2 (OH) 





144-146 (10) 


Liquid 


I 


C. E., 86, 1139 


34, 656 


8- 





> 


148 (20) 


.... 





A. C. [5], 17, 73 


36, 1030 


a- 


) 


>J 


145-146 (20) 


.... 


) 


)> 


)) 


B- 


H 


>J 


159 (100) 


.... 


)1 


B. S. [2], 27, 256 


32, 301 


8- 


)) 


n 


220 


.... 


Henry 


B., 5, 449 




8- 


) 





230-235 







J. p. [2], 10, 185 


28, 346 


Heptachlorethyl acetate 


.... 


C 4 HC1 7 O 2 


.... 


b. 100 


Leblanc 




i., 22 


Maleyl chloride 


C 2 H 2 (CO.C1) 2 


C 4 H 2 C1 2 O 2 


70-71 (11) 


Liquid 


Anschiitz and Wirtz 


B., 18, 1947 


47, 900 


Fumaryl 





)) 


60 (14) 


.... 


)> > 





1) 


.... .... 


> 


) 


160 




KekuM 


As., 2, 86 ; A., 


ii., 747 














112, 26 




Muco-chloric acid 


.... 


C 4 H 2 C1 2 3 


.... 


125 


Schmeltz& Beilstein 


As., 3, 280 


iv., 764 


,, .... 


.... 


JJ 




125 


Bennett and Hill 


B., 12, 656 




Trichlorerotonyl chloride .... 


CC1 3 .CH:CH.COC1 


C 4 H 2 CI 4 O 


162-166 


Liquid 


Judson 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 


vii., 398; 24, 
















233 


? 


.... 


)! 


196 





Paternd 


G. S. P., 5, 123 


vi., 77 


Tetrachlorethyl oxide 


(C 2 HC1 4 ) 2 


0^,0,0 


189-7 (857-5) 




Pa tern 6 and Pisati 


G. I., 2, 333 


26, 158 


Chlorsuccinic anhydride 


CH 2 .CHC1.CO.O.CO 


C 4 H 3 C10, 


130-131 


38-41 


Anschiitz& Beumerl 


B., 15, 642 


42, 828 








(14-15); 
















125-126 
















(11-12) 










Chlorf umaric acid 


COOH.CH I CC1.COOH 


4 H 3 C10 4 


abt. 190 d. 


178 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2695 


44, 313 








J) 


.... 


191 


Kander 


J. p. [2], 31, 1 


48, 652 


Chloromaleic acid 


C 2 HC1(COOH) 2 


)) 


.... 


171-172 


Carius 


B., 3, 334 


vi., 798 


Trichlorcrotonic aldehyde .. . 


CC1 3 .CH : CH.COH 


C 4 H S C1 3 


163-165 


.... 


Kramer and Pinner 


A., 158, 37 


vii., 35; 24, 
















557 


,, 


.... 


i) 


163-165 


*.. 


Goldberg 


J. p. [2], 24, 97 


42, 28 


Trichlorcrotonic acid 


CC1 3 .CH:CH.COOH 


C 4 H 3 C1A 


234-236 


.... 


Kramer and Pinner 


A., 158, 37 


24, 558 


)> !> 


1 


)) 


236-238 


44 


Judson 


Z. C. [2], 7, 40 ; 


24, 233 ; vii., 














B., 3, 785 


397 


Trichlorethylidenic glycollate 


O.CH 2 .COO.CH.CC1 3 (?) 


C 4 H 3 C1 3 S ' 


.... 


41-42 


.... 


A., 193 ; 36 




n-y-dichlorcrotonaldehyde .... 


CH 2 C1.CH : CC1.CHO 


C 4 H 4 C1 2 


86-87 


s. in C0 2 and 


Natterer 


M. C., 4, 539 


44,965 










snow 








a-Chlorcrotonyl chloride .... 


CH 3 .CC1 : CH.COC1 or 


> 


142 


Liquid 


Sarnow 


B., 4, 731 


24, 1047 




CH 3 .CH : CC1.COC1 




























3 A 



362 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Billing 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrolyl chloride 




C 4 H 4 CLO 


171-172 p.d 


Liquid 


Demar<;ay 


C. R., 88, 126 


36, 458 







,, 


172 


Liquid 


ii 


B..S., 33, 524 


38, 626 


,, 







172-174 




Pawlow 


B., 16, 486 




Succinyl chloride 


COCl.CHj.CHs.COCl 


C 4 H 4 Cl 2 Oj 


abt. 190 




Gerhard t & Chiozz 


C. R., 36, 1050 


v., 462 


Dichlorcrotonic acid 


CHClj.CH : CH.COOH 


J) 


215-5 u. c. 


64 


Gottlieb 


J. p. [21 12, 1 


29, .562 


Action of Cl on tetric acid .. 


.... 


C 4 H 4 C1 4 


.... 


48-48-5 


Demarcay 


C. R., 88, 126 


36, 458 


Action of Cl on tetroly] 


.... 







49 





B. S., 33, 524 


38, 626 


chloride 
















Trichlorbutyryl chloride ... 


3 H 4 C1 3 .COC1 





162-166 




Judson 


B., 3, 787 




Tetrachlorethylic acetate ... 


CH 3 .COO.CHC1.CC1 3 


C 4 H 4 C1 4 O 2 


185 


.... 


Meyer and Bulk 


A.J 171, 67 


27, 460 


.. .. 





r 


186 




Curie and Millet 


C. R., 83, 745 


31, 188 


,, ,. 








188-189 




.... 


Z. C. [1870], 345 




Tetrachlor butyric acid 


(\H 3 C1 4 .COOH 







140 


Pelouze and Gelis 


A. C. [3], 10, 449 


i., 694 


Hexachlorethyl oxide 


CHC! 2 .CH 2 .O.CC1,,CH 2 C1 or 


c 4 H 4 a 6 o 


250 


.... 


Paterno 


G. S. P., 5, 123 


vi., 77 


. 


CHC12.CHC1.O.CHC1.CHC12 














ii 


.... 


- 


250 




.... 


Z. C. [1869], 394 




a-Crotouic chloride 


CH 3 .CH:CH.CO.C1 


C 4 H 5 C10 


123-128 




Pawlowsky 


B., 5, 331 




a-Chlorcrotonic aldehyde ... 


CHjCLCH : CH.COH 





147-148 


.... 


.... 


A., 179, 31 




11 11 








abt. 147 




Pinner 


B., 8, 1322 


29, 553 


Chlormethacrylic acid 


fr. CH 2 :CMe.COOH 


C 4 H 6 C10 2 




58-5 


Morawsky 


J. p. [2], 12, 375 


29, 563 


,. 










59 


Gottlieb 


J. p. [2], 12, 20 


29, 562 


i) 










59-60 





J? 


); 


|3-Chlor-/3-crotonic acid 


CH a : CC1.CH 2 .COOH 





194-8 c. 


59-5 


Frohlich 


Z. C. [2], 5, 270 


vi., 512 


0- 





n 


.... 


59-5 


Friedrich 


B., 15, 218 ; A., 


44, 968 














219. 322 




0- 










59-5 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 2339 




p- 
/3-Chlorcrotonic acid 


II 

CH 3 .CC1 : CH.COOH (2) 


j) 




59-5 
93 


Claus and Lischke 
Alberti 


B., 14, 1089 
I. D., Strassburg, 


- 














1876 




0- 








206-211 


94 


Frohlich 


Z. C. [2], 5, 270 


vi., 512 


P- .... 








206-211 p.d. 


94 


Geuther 


J. p. [2], 3, 431 


24, 813 


a - 11 








206-211 


94 





J. Z., 6 ; pt. 4 


vii., 399 


3- .... 










94-5 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 2337 




3- 





ii 




94-5 


Friedrich 


B., 15, 218 ; A., 


42, 945 ; 44, 














219, 322 


968 


*" 11 11 








.... 


97 


Thurnlackh 


A., 213, 379 


42, 1279 


'- .. i 


CH 3 .CH : CC1.COOH 


n 


206 


94 


Sarnow 


B., 4, 732 


24, 1046 


"" 


" 





212 


96 





B., 5, 468 


vii., 398; 25, 


11 .... 


J) 







97-5 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 2338 




- )! 11 


M 


)J 


.... 


97-5 


Friedrich 


B., 15, 218 ; A., 


42, 945 ; 44, 


Ethylic chloroxalate 


COCLCOOEt 


C 4 H 6 C10 3 


128 




Morley and Saint 


219, 322 


968 

43,400 


" 


II 





131 




Richter 


C. C. [1878], 446 


36, 139 


,, ,, .... .... 


.1 





140 




Henry 


B., 4, 600 


24, 820; vii., 
















883 


Ohlorsuccinic acid 
Prichlorethylic acetate 
Ethyldichloracetyl chloride.... 
Irichlorvinylethyl oxide 


COOH.CHC1.CH 2 .COOH 
CH 3 .COO.CHC1.CHCL 
C 2 H 5 .CC1 2 .COC1 


C 4 H 6 C10 4 
C 4 H 5 C1 3 2 
C 4 H 5 C1 3 


250-280 
152 
154-8 c. (755) 


151-5-152 


Anschiitz & Beumert 
Kessel 
jfeuther 
Patern6 and Pisati 


B., 15, 642 
B., 10, 1999 
I. [1864], 317 
G. I., 2, 333 


42, 828 

vi., 22 
vii., 2 ; 26, 159 


! 11 

Trichlorbutyric aldehyde .... 


) 

CC1 8 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CHO 


)) 


154-156 
164-165(750} 


Liquid 


Busch 
Engel & Moitessier 


B., 11, 446 
C. R., 90, 1075 


34, 487 
40, 407 


Ethylic trichloracetate 
Trichlorethylic acstate 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.CHC1.CHO 
CCl 3 .COOEt 
CH 3 .COO.CH 2 .CC1 3 


C 4 H"ci 3 2 


163-165 

164 

167 (736) ; 


Liquid 
s. 78 

Liquid 


Kramer and Pinner 
^atterer 
Vlalaguti 
Thurnlackh 


B., 3, 386 

M. G, 4, 539 
A. C. [3], 16, 62 
A., 210, 69 


44, 965 
i., 879 
42, 295 








71 (18-3) 










ii ii .... 

Trichlorisobutyric acid 
Trichlorbutyric acid.... 


CH 3 .COO.CHC1.CHC1 2 
fr. (CH 3 ) 2 .CH.COOH 
fr. CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


I 


164 
250-280 p.d. 


50 
58 


L/eblanc 
Vessel 
Gottlieb 
rimrnlackh 


A. C. [3], in, 207 
B., 10, 1999 
J. p. [2], 12, 1 
A., 213, 374 


34, 133 
29, 561 
42, 1279 


" " 








.... 


60 


.... 


Z. P. C., 6, 494 


.... 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



363 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trichlorcrotonicaldehyde hy- 


CC1 3 .CH:CH.CH(OH) 2 


C 4 H 5 C1 3 2 


.... 


78 


Kramer and Piimei 


A., 158, 37 


24, 557 ; vii., 


drate 














400 


J> 11 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


78 


Pinner 


A., 179, 21 


29, 548 


Trichlorethylglycollic acid ... 


CC1 3 .CH 2 .O.CH 2 .COOH 


C 4 H 5 C1 3 3 


.... 


69-5 


Thurnlackh 


A., 210, 72 


42, 295 


Pentachlorethyl oxide 


CC1 3 .CC1 2 .O.C 2 H 5 


C 4 H 5 C1 5 


190-210 p.d. 


Liquid 


Busch 


B., 11, 446 


34, 487 


i ji 





)J 


* 


Liquid 


Jacobsen 


B., 4, 217 


24, 515 


1> 


CC1 3 .CHC1.O.CH 2 .CH 2 C1 


JJ 


235 


.... 


Henry 


B., 7, 763 


27, 979 


Dichlorbutyric aldehyde 


C 3 H 5 C1 2 .COH 


C 4 H 6 CLO 


200 




.... 




i., 689 





GH 2 Cl.CH 2 .Cn 2 COH 


JJ 


225-230 




Saytzeff 


A., 171, 251 


27, 570 


d-Chlorbutyryl chloride 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHC1.COC1 


JJ 


129-132 




Markowiiikoff 


A., 153, 241 


.... 


Uichlorethoxyethylene 


CHCKCCLOEt 


JJ 


128-2 c. 


.... 


Geuther&Brockpofl 


J. Z., 7, 359 


vii., 487 ; 26, 
















867 


Dichlorethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.C 2 H 3 C1 2 


c 4 H e ci 2 o 2 


110 




Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 70, 368 


.... 


)1 J5 "" 


JJ 


JJ 


125 


.... 


Curie and Millet 


C. B., 83, 745 


31, 188 


>J ) 


CH 3 .COO.CHC1.CH 2 C1 


JJ 


146-148 


Liquid 


>! 


B., 9, 1611 





)! 




JJ 


165 


....- 


.... 


M. C., 3, 453 


.... 


E thy lie dichloracetate 


CHClj.OOO.CjH5 


JJ 


150-160 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 10, 1527 


.... 





JJ 


JJ 


153 


.... 


Fischer & Geuther 


J., 1864, 316 


vi., 19 


ii i> 


JJ 


JJ 


154-157 


.... 


Wallach 


B., 6, 114 


vii., 310 ; 26, 
















627 


v ' 


JJ 


JJ 


156 


.... 


Mttller 




vi., 19 


i) 


JJ 


JJ 


158 







G. J. C.. 1864 


.... 


i) j 


JJ 


JJ 


156 


.... 


Curie and Millet 


C. E., 83, 745 


31, 188 


i> )j 


JJ 


JJ 


156 (738) 


..., 


Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 




ii 


JJ 


JJ 


156 




Conrad 


A., 186, 232 


32, 436 


Chlorethylic chloracetate .... 


CH 2 C1.COO.CH,.CH 2 C1 


JJ 


180-210 d. 


Liquid 


Mulder and Bremei 


B., 11, 1959 


36, 303 


jj 


JJ 


JJ 


145 (i. v.) 


.... 


u 


)j 


j 


i 


JJ 


J) 


197-198 u.c. 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R, 97, 1308 


46, 421 


Methylic dichlorpropionate.... 


CH3.CCl2.COO.CH,, 





143-1 44 u.c. 


Liquid 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 9, 1878 


32, 181 


i) 


C^Cl^COOCHa 


JJ 


158 


... 


Ciamician & Silber 


B., 18, 1764 


.... 


Dichlorhy droxy isobuty ric 


CHCl 2 .CMe(OH).COOH 


C 4 H 6 C1A 




82-83 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1334 


29, 558 


acid 



















(CH 2 C1),,C(OH),COOH 


JJ 




90-92 


Grimaux and Adam 


C. JJ., 90, 1252 


38, 801 


Tetrachlorethyloxide 


CC1 3 .CHC1.0.C 2 H 5 


C 4 H C1 4 


185-190 


.... 


Henry 


B, 4, 101 


24, 255; vii., 
















314 





JJ 


JJ 


185- 190 u.c. 




H 


B., 4, 436 


24, 696 








(755) 










,5 .... 


JJ 


JJ 


189-7 (757) 




Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 2, 333 


vii., 484 


Ethoxychlorethylene 


CHC1 : CH.OEt 


C 4 H 7 C1O 


122-123 


.... 


Geuther 


Z. C. [2], 7, 128 


24, 515 ; vii., 8 


Ethylidene acetochloride .... 


CH 3 .CHClAc 


JJ 


121-5 (746) 


.... 


Franchimont 


E. T., 1, 243 


44, 452 


Chlorcrotyl alcohol 




JJ 


158'3c.(742-5) 


a. f. m. of ice 


Thurnlackh 


A., 213, 376 


42, 1279 










and CaCl 2 








Butenylglyceryl epichlorhy- 


.... 


JJ 


125-5 c. (738) 


Liquid 


Zikes 


M. C., 6, 348 


48, 1046 


drin 
















Isobutyryl chloride .... 


Me^CH-COCl 


! 


92 


.... 


Markownikoff 


Z. C., 1866, 501 


vi., 378, 381 


i) i> 


5) 


)1 


91-5-92-5 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 203, 19 


.... 








(748) 










Butyryl chloride 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COC1 


JJ 


abt. 95 


.... 


Gerhardt 


J., 5, 445 


i., 699; vi.,381 


,, ,, 


JJ 


JJ 


99-101 (734) 




Briihl 


A., 203, 19 


.... 


11 


JJ 


JJ 


100-101-5 




Linnemann 


A., 161, 179 


25, 395 


Chlorbutyric aldehyde 


C 3 H 6 C1.COH 


JJ 


141 








i., 689 


3- 11 


CH 3 .CHC1.CH 2 .COH 


JJ 


.... 


96-97 


Kekul6 


Z. C. [2], 5, 57i 


vi., 513, 25, 616 














A., 162, 100 




Ethylene chloracetin 


CH 2 Cl.CH 2 .OAc 


C 4 H 7 C10 2 


143-145 


Liquid 


Ladenburg and De- 


B., 6, 1024 














mole 






11 u 


JJ 





143-145 


.... 


Henry 


B., 7, 70 


27, 457 


11 ?i 


M 


> 


145 


.... 


Simpson 


J., 12, 487 


ii., 568 


Ethylglycollic chloride 







127-128 




Henry 


B., 2, 276 




Propylic clilorocarbonate .... 


CLCOOPr* 


i) 


115-2 c. 




Rose 


A., 205, 229 


40, 252 


jj 


1> 


)? 


120-130d. 


**" 


Roemer 


B., 6, 1101 


27, 39 



3 A 2 



364 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic chloracetate 


CHXlCOO.CjHj 


C 4 H 7 C1O 2 


141-142-5 


.... 


.... 


M. C., 2, 696 




,, .... .. 





) 


143-S 


.... 


Wilm 


A. C. [3], 49, 97 


i., 877 





) 


n 


144-146 




Briihl 


G. J. C., 1880 













142-147 


.... 


Menschutkin and 


Z. C. [2], 7, 5 


24, 150 












Jermolajew 






Chlorethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.CHC1.CH 3 





90-140 


.... 


Simpson 


C. E., 47, 174 


i., 109 


i> 


?) 


jj 


120 




Wurtz 


C. E., 73, 528 


84,1056;vii.,35 


1) )! 


j> 





120-124 


.... 


... 


A., 109, 156 




> 








121-5 (746) 




Franchimont 


B., 16, 402 




Methylic a-chlorpropionate... 


CH 3 .CHCl.COOMe 





130-131 






A., 208, 342 







) 


j 


ISM 


.... 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 344 


36, 521 


' ft- n 


CH 2 Cl.CH 2 .COOMe 


)> 


155-157 


.... 


Henry 


C. R, 100, 114 


48, 372 


a-Chlorisobutyric acid 


(CH 3 ) 2 .CCl"cOOH 


j> 


abt. 190 







B. S., 25, 23 


30, 397 


7 

ji 


C 3 H 6 C1.COOH 





230-235 p. d 


106-107 


Melikoff 


B., S., 41, 311 


40, 1301 


/3-Chlorbutyric acid 


CH 3 .CHC1.CH 2 .COOH 





200. d. 


7 


Pinner 


B., 12, 2056 


38, 99 


a- ,, 


)) 


j 


200-201 


98-99 


Markowuikoff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 621 


vi., 380 


Methylic chlorlactate 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OH).COOMe 


C 4 H 7 C10 3 


185-187 


.... 


Frank 


A., 206, 347 


40, 417 


Chlorhydroxybutyric acid ... 


C 3 H 5 C1(OH).COOH 


)) 


.... 


53-56 


Erlenmeyer and 


B., 15, 49 


44,969 












MUller 






?> 


JJ 





.... 


62-63 


Melikoff 


B.,16, 1268; B. S. 


44, 969 ; 46, 














41, 311; 43, 115 


1301; 48, 650 


>? 


M 


J) 




82 





)) 





> 





J> 


.... 


82-83 


} 











CH 3 .C 2 H 2 C1(OH).COOH 





.... 


85 


)) 


J) 


) 


M " 


.... 


) 


m. p. error 


98-99 


Jt 


B., 15, 2586 


44, 311 








for 82-83 










Acetone chloroform 


CMe 2 .CCl 3 .OH 


C 4 H.C1 3 


167 u. c. 


96-97 


Willgerodt 


B., 14, 2456 


42, 492 


) 


JJ 


)> 


cf. B 15,2305 


96 





B., 16, 1585 


44, 1079 


+|H 2 O 


) 


)) 




80-81 


D 








Trichlorbutyl alcohol 


C 3 H 4 C1 3 .CH 2 OH 





120 (45) 


61-5-62 


Thurnlackh 


B., 14, 2759 ; A. 


42, 824, 1279 














213, 372 







- 


)1 


199-200 


60-61 


Mering 


B., 15, 1021 


42, 952 


Chloral ethylate 


CCl 3 .CH(OH)(OEt) 


C 4 H 7 C1 3 2 


112-5 (740) 


46 


Lieben 


B., 3, 909 


24, 345 











114-115 


43-46 


j 





vii., 313 


> 


)5 


J) 


113-5 




Jungfleisch, Le- 


J. P. [4], 11, 208 


vii., 313 












baigne, &Eoucher 






? 


J) 





.... 


44-46 




.... 


26, 879 





I 


1 


115 


.... 


Senry 


B., 4, 102 


24, 256 


? - . 


)J 





115 


56 


itoussin 


C. E., 69, 1144 


vii., 313 





)> 


)) 


115-116 


S. 40 


Vlartius and Barth- 


B., 3, 444 















oldy 












)) 


115-117 


56-57 


Tacobsen 


A., 157, 244 


24, 257 


.... 


> 


J) 


116 




Wurtz 


C. E., 85, 53 


32, 878 


Butylchloralhydrate 


C 3 H 4 C1 3 .CH(OH) 2 


) 


v.t. 100 (860) 


.... 


Cngel & Moitessier 


U. E., 90, 1075 


40, 407 


Dichlorethyl oxide 


(CH 3 .CHC1) 2 O 


C 4 H 8 C1 2 O 


116-117 




jieben 


J., 11, 291 


i., 599 


,, 


)) 





15-117 


.... 


lessel 


A., 175, 46 


28, 554 








5J 


52(40) 


Liquid 


lanriot 


A. C. [5], 25, 219 


42, 590 


)? 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.O.C 2 H 6 





40-147 




)arcet 


A., 28, 82 


i., 540 


j, 


jj 


)) 


40-147 




jieben 


J., 12, 446 


vl., 596 


> ji 





)> 


V 




Wislicenus 


A., 192, 106 


34, 777 


Action of HC1 on aldehyde.... 


.... 


)) 


8-60 (40) 


.... 


lanriot 


C. E., 92, 302 


40, 404 


Dichlorbutylhydrin 


.... 


J 


05-107(30) 


jiquid 


/jikes 


M. C., 6, 348 


48, 1046 


Dichlorisobutylhydrin 


C 4 H r Cl(OH)Cl 





43-5-(764) 


jiquid 


Ecominedes 


G E., 92, 1235 


40, 793 


Erythrol dichlorhydrin 


C 4 H 6 C1 2 (OH) 2 


C 4 H 8 C1 2 2 


.... 


45? 


)e Luynes 


A. C. [4], 2, 385 


vi., 583 


n 


CH 2 C1.[CH(OH)] 2 .CH 2 C1 





.... 


25-125-5 


rzybytek 


B., 17, 1092 


46, 979 


)> H 


5) 





.... 


24-125 


M*l 


J. E., 13, 171 




Chloraldehyde hydrate 


(CH 2 C1.CHO) 2 +H 2 O 


C 4 H 8 C1 2 3 


5-5 cor. 


3-50 


Natterer 


M. C., 3, 442 


42, 1046 


5 " 


)J 


)> 


5-100 


4-75 


Glinsky 


Z. C., 6, 647 


vii., 36 


Chlorethyl oxide 


CH^CHCl.O.CjH, 


C 4 H 9 C1O 


7-98 


.... 


acobsen 


B., 4, 215 


vii., 481 ; 24, 
















513 











05 


jiquid 


lenry 


C. E., 100, 1007 


48, 883 


,. 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .O.C 2 H 5 


ji 


07-108(o.p.) 


.... 


D 


u 






COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



365 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc 


u-Chlorisobutyl alcohol 


(CH 3 ) 2 .CC1.CH 2 .OH 


C 4 H 9 C1O 


128-130 


.<> 


Henry 


B. S., 25, 23 


30, 397 


11 II 


)) 


1) 


137 


.... 


Butlerow 


A., 144, 26 


vi., 376 


Chloraldehyde alcoholate .. 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OHXOEt) 


C 4 H 9 C10 2 


95-96 


.... 


Jacobsen 


B., 4., 216 


vii., 481 ; 21, 
















514 


ii 11 





*1 


93-95 




.... 


A., 164, 219 




Hydroxychlorethyl oxide .. 


CH 3 Cl.OH(OH)OEt 


)) 


151-152 




Abeljanz 


A., 164, 197 


26, 156 ; vii., 
















482 


Butenylglyceryl chlorhydrin 


C 4 H 7 C1(OH) 2 


J) 


1 34-1 36 c. (28 


Liquid 


Zikes 


M. C., 6, 348 


48, 1046 


>i " 


11 


' 


180-185 




.... 


A. C. [3], 67, 290; 
















69, 339 




Action of HC1 on aldehyde.. 


.... 


C 4 H 10 C1 2 2 


25 (40) 


.... 


Hanriot 


C. R, 92, 302 


40, 404 


Chloralide 


CC1 3 .CH.O.CO.O.CH.CC1 3 


C 5 H 2 C1 6 3 


.... 


112-114 


Kekul6 


A., 165, 293 


i., 884 


11 


) 





* 


112-114 


Wallach 


B., 6, 118 


vii., 310 





*> 


?) 


272-273 


114-115 


ii 


ii 


26, 627 





Jj 


)> 


268 (734) 


114-115 


Grabowsky 


B., 8, 1434 


29, 551 


Parachloralide 




> 


182 




Cloez 


J., 12, 434 




Pyromucyl chloride 


C 4 H 3 O.COC1 


C 5 H 3 C10 2 


170 


... 


Lies-Bodart 


.... 


iv., 765 








)J 


160-180 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 753 


40, 715 


Chlorpyromecenic acid 


C 5 H 2 C10.0H+H 2 





MM 


174 


Hilacbein 


J. p. [2], 32, 129 


48, 1208 


Chlorcitraconic anhydride ... 


.... 


C 5 H 3 CI0 3 


212 


98-100 


.... 


J., 1873, 583 




11 ii 




>1 


.... 


100 


Gottlieb 


J. p. [2], 8, 73 


27, 358 


Trichlorphenomalonic acid ... 


CC1 3 .CO.CH : CH.COOH 


C 5 H 3 C1A 




131-132 


Kekule & Stfecker 


A., 223, 181 


46, 1122 





)J 


)) 


.... 


131-132 


Carius 


A., 140, 317; 142, 
















129 







)> 





C 6 H 3 C1 3 2 (? 




Krafft 


B., 10, 798 




Mesaconyl chloride 


C 3 H 4 (COC1) 3 


C d H 4 Cl 2 2 


80 (17) 


.... 


Petri 


B., 14, 1635 


40, 1032 


Itaconyl 





)) 


89 (17) 


.... 


ii 


;i 


)J 


Citraconyl chloride 


COC1.CH : CMe.COCl 





83 (17) 


.... 


11 


ll 




ii ii 


i> 





95 (17-5) 


Liquid 


Strecker 


B., 15, 1640 


42, 1281 


ii ii 


ii 





175 d. 


.... 


Gerhardt & Chiozza 


A., 87, 294 




Trichlorethylidene lactate .... 


CCl 3 .CH.O.CHMe.COO (?) 


C 5 H 5 C1 3 3 


222-224 


45 


.... 


A., 193, 36 




Trichlorangelactic acid 


CHC1 : CCl.CHCl.CH(OH) 


)> 




140 


Bischoff and Pinner 


B., 5, 213 


vii., 400 ; 25, 




COOH 












486 


ii ii 





n 


cf.C 5 H 7 Cl 3 O 3 


140 


n 


A., 179, 99 


29, 556 


Acetyl trichlorlactic acid .... 


Ca 3 .CH(OAc).COOH 


C 5 H 5 C1 3 4 


.... 


65 


Pinner and Fuchs 


B. 10, 1061 




Pentinic chloride 


.... 


C 5 H 6 C1 2 


189-191 


.... 


Demarjay 


B. S. [2], 33, 575 


40, 255 


11 ii 




) 


189-192 


.... 


11 


C. R, 88, 126 


36, 458 


Ethylic #-dichloracrylate .... 


OC1 2 : CH.COOEt 


C 5 H 6 C1 2 3 


173-175 


Liquid 


Wallach & Hunaus 


B., 10, 569 


32, 591 


Glutaryl chloride 


COC1.(CH 2 ) 3 .COC1 


M 


216-218 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. R, 82, 1502 ; 


30, 508; 36, 














A. C. [5], 14, 501 


134 


Pyrotartryl chloride 


COC!.CH 2 .CHMe.COCl 


H 


190-195 


Liquid 


Hjelt 


B., 16, 2624 


46, 297 


Allyl tetrachlorethyloxide ... 


CC1 3 .CHC1.OC 3 H 5 


C 5 H 6 C1 4 


195d. 


.... 


Oglialoro 


G. I, 1874, 463 


28, 878 


Tetrachlorvaleric acid 


C 4 H 5 C1 4 .COOH 


C 5 H 6 C1 4 2 




b.-15 


Dumas and Stas 


A., 35, 145 


v., 978 


a-chlorallylic acetate 


CH 2 :CCl.CH 2 .OAc 


C 5 H 7 C10, 


140-145 




Henry 


B., 5, 454 




a- ,, 11 








145 




ii 


C. E., 95, 849 


44, 173 


- 11 ii 


CHCi:CH.CH 2 .OAc 


J) 


56-159 




Martinoff 


B., 8, 1318 


29, 541 


3- 11 11 


J) 





57-158 


.... 


Henry 


C. E., 95, 849 




Ethylic -chloracrylate 


CHC1 : CH.COOEt 


)) 


43-145 


.... 


Wallach & Hunaus 


B., 10, 569 


32, 592 


11 " 


>T 


)) 


45-146 




Pinner 


B. 7, 250 


27, 682 


11 11 








45-146 




Pinner & Bischoff 


A., 179, 74 


29, 556 


Methylic a-chlorcrotonate ... 


CH 3 .CH : CCl.COOMe 





60-8 


.... 


Kahlbaum 


B., 12, 344 


36, 521 


j3-chlor-/3-crotonate 


CH 2 :CCl.CH 2 .COOMe 


)) 


42 c. 


jiquid 


Frohlich 


Z. C. [2], 5, 274 


vi., 512 


Chlormethylcrotonic acid ... 


r. CH 3 .CH : CMe.COOH 


)) 


09-210 


7 


Demargay 


C. R, 84, 1087 


32, 591 


11 " 


M 







9'5 


Riicker 


B., 10, 1954 


34, 292 


ii 11 


) 


1) 


MM 


8-69 


Otto and Beckurts 


B., 18, 825, 847 


18, 755 


a-methyl-|3-chlorcrotonic acid 


CH 3 .CCi: CMe.COOH 


V 


.... 


9-5 


Friedrich 


B., 15, 218 


12, 945 


Chlorangelic acid 


Me.CCl : CH.CH 2 .COOH 







03-104 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1499 


36, 43 


Ethylic malonyl chloride .. 


COCl.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 6 H 7 C10 3 


170-180 


.... 


Van t'Hoff 


B., 7, 1572 


28, 358 


Chlorangelactic acid 


.... 


ii 


.... 


16-116-5 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1496 




n 11 . 




n 


...* 


40 


Pinner 


B., 7, 589 ' 


27, 787 



366 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mesachloryprotartaric acid ... 


... 


C 5 H 7 C10< 


.... 


129-130 


Schwartz 


Z. C., 1866, 724 


vi., 821, 981 


Itaclilorpyrotartaric acid 


.... 


j) 


225-235 


140-145 


11 


Z. C., 1866, 721 


vl., 980 


Chlorcitramalic acid 


.... 


C 6 H 7 C10 S 


.... 


100 


Gottlieb 


A., 160, 101 


25,78 


Chloritamalic acid 


.... 


3) 


.... 


150 


Bichter 


R. K. T. 




Hydrochloroxycitraconicaeid 




)) 




160-162 d. 


Morawski 


J. p. [2], 9, 430 


28, 1253 


Trichlormethy Ipropy 1 ketone 


CCl 3 .CO.Pr 


C 5 H-C1 3 O 


186 (753) 


.... 


Grabowsky 


B., 8, 1439 


29, 557 


Methyl trichlorpropy 1 ketone 


CH 3 .CHC1.CC1 2 .CO.CH 3 


> 


192 


.... 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


Trichlorhydroxy ethyl allyl 


CC1 3 .CH(OH).OC 3 H 5 


C^CIA 


116 


20-5 


Oglialoro 


G. I. [1874], 463 


28, 878 


oxide 
















Propylic trichloracetate 


CCl 3 .COOPr 


)) 


187 




Clermont 


C. R, 96, 437 


44, 729 


Trichlorvaleric acid .... 


C 4 H 6 Clj.COOH 


)) 


.... 


b. 18 


Dumas and Stas 


A., 35, 145 


v., 978 


Ethylic trichlorlactate 


CCl 3 .CH(OH).COOEt 


C 5 H 7 C1 3 3 




66-67 


Bischoff and Pinner 


B., 5, 218; A., 


25, 485 ; 29, 














179, 83 


555 


Trichlorvalerolactic acid 


CH 2 C1.(CHC1) 2 .CH(OH). 


J) 


cf.C.H^O., 


140 


>! 


A., 179, 99 


29, 556 




COOH 














n 11 


)? 


)1 


.... 


140 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1492 




Glycerol acetodichlorhydrin 


C 3 H 6 .Cl 2 (OAc) 


C 5 H 8 C1A 


188-190 




Franchimont 


B., 16, 394 




11 11 


) 





194-195 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 4, 704 


24, 908 


11 n 


! 


)J 


205 


.... 


Berthelot and Luca 


A- C. [3], 53, 460 


i., 25 


11 11 


)) 


)> 


202-203 




Truchot 


J., 18, 503 




Ethylic a-dichlorpropionate.... 


CH 3 .UCl .COOEt 


)J 


155-160 




Beckurts and Otto 


B., 11, 388 


34, 488 


11 - ii 


H 





156-157 


.... 


11 


B., 9, 1878 


32, 181 


11 - 


H 





158 


.... 


11 


B., 9, 1E93 




11 - D 


)) 


)) 


160 


Liquid 


Klimeuko 


B., 3, 466 


vii.,1012,1033 


- 11 





) 


155-160 


.... 


Eichter 


B., 10, 684 


32, 441 


11 "- 11 





)) 


160 


.... 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 10, 1952 


34, 292 


>! P- 


CH 2 Cl.CHCl.COOEt 


)J 


180 (750) 




Henry 


B., 7, 414 ; 10, 
















1854 




ft- 11 


11 


J) 


183-184 




Werigo & Melikoff 


B., 10, 1500 


34, 289 


11 11 


11 


J 


180-190 




Werigo & Werner 


A., 170, 163 


vii., 1012 ; 27 
















242 


11 


.... 


J) 


185-190 




Werigo & Okulitsch 


A., 167, 49 


26, 1020 


Chlorethylic-jS-chlorpro- 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 .COO.C 2 H 4 C1 


)) 


210-215 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 114 


48, 372 


pionate 
















Ethylic dichlorlactate 


.... 


C 6 H 8 CI S 3 


205-206 


.... 




J. R., 7, 162 




n 11 


.... 


)! 


219-221 




.... 


A., 179, 88 




11 11 .... 




?J 


219-222 


.... 




B. S., 34, 29 




a-Chlorallyl ethyl oxide 


CH 2 : CCl.CH 2 .OEt 


C 6 H 9 C1O 


110 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 75, 81 


26, 805 


11 11 11 


H 


11 


110 


.... 


Henry 




vii., 1020 


"" 11 11 11 


CHC1 : CH.CH 2 .OEt 


>J 


120 


.... 


11 


B., 5, 189 


vii., 50 


P" 11 11 n 


7> 


J) 


120-125 




Friedel and Silva 


C. R., 75, 81 


25, 805 


Methylchlorallyl carbinol .... 


CH 3 .CH : CCl.CHMe.OH 


)) 


158 


Liquid 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


Acrolein+ethyl chloride .... 


CH 2 : CH.CClEt.OH 


)) 


115-120 


.... 




As., 3, 182 




Isovaleryl chloride 


(CH 3 ) 2 .CH.CH 2 .COC1 


>r 


115-120 




Bechainp 


J., 9, 429 


v., 979 


11 11 





ji 


11 3-5-1 14-5 




Briihl 


A., 203, 24 




Trimethacetyl chloride 


CMe 3 .COCl 


j 


105-106 


Liquid 


Butlerow 


A., 173,373; B., 


27, 1084; 28, 














7,728 


250 


Chlorvaleric aldehyde 


CHMe 2 .CHCl.CHO 


)i 


134- 135 


.... 


Schroader 


B., 4, 402 


24, 560; vii., 










- 






1195 


Chlorruethylisopropyl ketone 


CH 2 Cl.CO.CHMe 2 


jj 


120 p. d. 




Etard 


C. R., 84, 951 


32, 427 


Methylchlorpropyl ketone .... 


CH,.CO.CHC1.C.,H 5 


)) 


130 


.... 


Wislicenus and 


B., 8, 1038 


29, 371 












Conrad 






n n 





jj 


130 


Liquid 


Conrad 


A., 186, 242 


32, 436 


Ethylidene propioehlorhydrin 
Propylene acetochloride 


CH 3 .CHC1.(O.C 8 H 5 0) 
CH 3 .CH(OAe).CH,Cl 


C 5 H 9 C1O 3 
"(1) 


135 u. c. 
151 c. 




Kiibenchamp 
Morley and Green 


A., 225, 267 
47, 132 


48, 136 


Isobutylic chlorocarbonate .... 


Cl.COO.CH,,CHMe 2 


11 


130-1 40 p. d. 


Liquid 


Mylius 


B., 5, 972 


26, 266 


11 11 


> 


11 


128-8 c. 




Rose 


A., 205, 230 


40, 252 


Propylic chloracetate 


CH 2 Cl.COOPr 


n 


161 (740) 


.... 


.... 


A., 197, 8 




11 11 
Ethylic a-chlorpropionate .... 


J) 

CH 3 .CHCl.COOEt 


11 
11 


161-162(765) 
143-5 


Liquid 
Liquid 


Henry 
Briihl 


C. R., 100, 114 
B., 9, 35 


48, 372 
29, 700 


11 "- 


11 


11 


144 




Wichelhaus 


A., 148, 169 


vi., 900 


11 a- 11 


H 


11 


146 




Briihl 


A., 203, 24 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



367 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic a-chlorpropionate .... 


CH 3 CHCl.COOEt 


C 5 H 9 C10 3 


150 


.... 


Wurtz 


A., 107, 193, 


iv., 736 


-0- 


CH 2 Cl.CH,.COOEt 


) 


150-160 




.... 




vi., 960 


,, -0- 11 





)) 


162-163(765) 




Henry 


C. R, 100,114 


48, 372 


Glycerol aceto-ehlorhydrin .... 


CH 2 (OAc).CHCl.CH 2 .OH 


C 5 H 9 C1O 3 


230 




11 


J. p. [2], 10 > 185, 


28, 346 


11 11 




1? 


aht. 250 






.... 


i., 25 


Ethylic /3-chlorIactate 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OH).COOEt 


)J 


205 u. c. 


37 


Frank 


A., 206, 347 


40, 417 


11 11 11 


11 


)J 


160-185 (174) 




Melikoff 


C. C. [1881], 354 


42,38 


?- 


11 


5) 


144 




Wurtz 


J., 11, 254 




- 


.... 





150-160 




Rudneff 


B., 8, 434 




Methyltrichlorpropy I carbine! 


CHMeCl.CCLCHMe.OH 


C 5 H 9 CI 3 O 


123 (41) 


50-5 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


Allylethyl clichlorhydrin .... 


.... 


q,H 10 01 2 


165 




Markownikoff 


J. [1865], 492 


vi.. 99 


/3-dichlorpropionic aldehyde 


CILCl.CH01.eH(OH)(OEt) 


C5H 10 C1 2 O 2 


150-155 






As., 3, 192 




alcoholate 
















Amylene chlorhydrin 


.... 


C 5 H,,C10 


155 


.... 


Carius 


A., 126, 19 


vi., 121 


Dariv. of chlorinated ether.... 




^) 


117-118 




Liebeu and Bauer 


J., 15, 394 




Methylethyl chloracetal 


C.;H 3 Cl(OEt)(OMe) 


C 5 H n C10 2 


abt. 137 




Lieben 


J., 20, 546. 


vi., 598 


Glycerol ethoxychlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 Cl(OEt)(OH) 





180 


.... 


Eeboul 


.... 


ii , 883 


i) 11 


11 


J> 


183-185 


.... 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 6* 575 ; 


vii., 49; 25, 














R, 5, 449 


686 


11 


11 


J 


183-185 (758) 




11 


J. p. [2], 10, 185 


28, 346 


11 11 


11 


J) 


188 




.... 


As,, 1, 236 




Allylethyl chlorhydrin 




J> 


220 




.... 


J. [1872], 331 




Ethylic chlorlevulinate 


.... 


C 5 H H C10 3 


225-230 


Liquid 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 17, 2287 


48,43 


Trichlorquinone 




C 6 HC1 3 2 




160 


Stadeler 


A., 69, 327 


v., 28 


11 


.... 


H 


.... 


164-166 


Stenhouse 


[2], 6, 208 


vi., 987 


11 


.... 





.... 


165-1G6 


Krafft 


B., 10, 799 


32, 748, 749 


Pentachlorphenol 


C 6 C1 6 .OH 


C 6 HC1 6 O 


.... 


183-184 


Beilstein 


B., 11, 2183 


36, 463 


11 


> 


n 


.... 


186 


Ruoff 


B., 9, 1495 




" 


) 


)T 


.... 


186-187 


Merz and Weith 


B., 5, 458 


vii., 906 ; 25, 
















701 


Pentachlorresorcinol 


c,a 4 (oa)(OH) =1.3 


C 6 HC1 5 2 




92-5 


Steuhouse 


P. B. S., 20, 78 


26, 298 ; vii., 
















1042 


? 


.... 







65 


.... 


A., 160, 265 




Pentachlorphenol dichloride 


c 6 ci 6 (OH) : ci 2 


c 6 na r o 


.... 


68-5-70 


Beilstein 


B., 11, 680 


34, 585 


11 11 


n 







78-5-80 


11 


B., 11, 2182 


36, 463 


j3-Dichlorquinone 


CfrHaCUIO^ 1.3,2.5 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 2 


.... 


119 


Guareschi and Dac- 


B., 18, 1170 














conio 






ft- ,i 


i? > 


M 


.... 


120 


Armstrong 


.... 


24, 1121 


ft- 


> r> 





.... 


120 


Faust 


A., 149, 153 


)) 


ft- , 


n 


ji 


.... 


120 


11 


Z. C. [1867], 727 


vii., 1036 


n- 11 


=1.4.3.6 


jj 


.... 


154 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1428 


38, 888 


a- 


)) ^ 





.... 


150 


i) 


A., 210, 150 ; B., 


42, 510 














18, 2367 




- 11 


) 


)i 




159 


Schultz 


B,, 15, 656 




- 11 


J 





.... 


160 


Stadeler 


A., 69, 309 


v., 28 


a- 11 





> 




164 


Kraffts 


B., 10, 800 


32, 749 


Dahydromucic chloride 


4 H 2 O(COC1) 2 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 3 


sb. 100 


80 


Klinkhardt 


J. p. [2], 25, 46 


42, 498 


Dichlorcomanic acid 


C 5 HC1A.COOH 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 4 




217 


Ost 


J. p., 27, 293 


44, 796 


11 11 


} 


) 




217 


11 


J. p., 29, 57 


48, 49 


Trichloroehloroxybenzene .... 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 .OC1 


C 6 H 2 01 4 


.... 


119 


Benedikt 


M. C., 4, 233 


44,985 


Tetrachlorquinol 


C,C1 4 .(OH), =6.5.3.2. 4.1 


C 6 H,,C1 4 2 




a. 220 


.... 




iii., 216 


Chlorquinone ... 


C 6 H,C1 : 0, = i 


CH,C1O 




37-38 


Schulz 


B., 15, 654 






6^^3 2 

=(2 or 5).1.4 


6 3 2 




57 


Levy and Schultz 


A., 210, 144 


42, 509 











57 




B., 13, 1428 


38, 888 


(?) 


)' 


l< 
> 


.... 


120 


11 
Laubenheimer 


B., 9, 770 




(0 


.... 







160 


Stadeler 


A., 69, 300 


v., 28 


Chlorcomauic acid 


CiHjClOj COOH 


C H 3 C10 4 


.... 


247 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 29, 57 


48, 49 


Trichlorphenol 


OH.Cl a 1 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 


250 


44 


Laurent 




iv., 393 


11 "* 


=? 3.2.1 


11 


248-5-249-5 


54-1-54-5 


Hirsch 


B., 13, 1908 


40, 164 








u. c. 










11 " 


= 


11 




58 


Piria 




iv., 393 


11 


=1.2.4.6 


11 




67 


Daccomo 


B., 18, 1163 


vii., 929 



368 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet 
& J. Ch. So< 


Trichlorphenol 


OH.C1 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 


244 


67-68 


Faust 


B., 6, 136 


26, 635 





>i )> 


)> 


24.T5-244-5 


67-6S 


u 


Z. C. [2], 3, 727 


vi., 909 








p. d. 










Trichlororesorcinol 


(OH) S .C1 3 =1.3.4 (?) s 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 2 


.... 


69 


Claasen 


B., 11, 1441 


34,868 





> 1> 


JJ 


.... 


73 


Eeinhardt 


J. p. [2], 17, 336 


34, 727 


,, .... . 


J) 


>T 




83 


j> 


)) 





,, 


7) 


) 


.... 


83 


Benedikt 


M. C., 4, 224 


44, 984 


Trichlorquinol 


=1.4.2.3.5 







a. 130 + 


.... 


A., 69, 321 


iii., 216 


,, 


V* 


)) 


.... 


131-132 


Krafft 


B., 10, 797 


32, 748 


?i 


F 
1> X 


JI 




133-134 


n 


B., 10, 797 


32,748 


.... 


1! I) 


J> 




134 


.... 


As., 6, 214 


vi., 987 


Trichlorpyrogallol 


(OH) 3 .C1 3 =1.2.3. 4.5.6 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 3 




177 d. 


Webster 


45, 206 




i, -i-3H 3 O 





J 


.... 


115 


> 







Trichlorphloroglucol.... 


=1.3.5.2.4.6 


1} 




136 u.c. 


j> 


47, 424 




Phenaconic chloride 


.... 


H 


165 


.... 


Carius 


.... 


vi., 905 


Dichlorphenol 


OH.C1 2 =1.2.4 


c 6 H 4 ca 2 o 


209-210 


4S-43 


Fischer 


Z. C. [2] 4, 386 


vi., 908, 921 





JI > 


j 


209-211 


41-42 


Chandelon 


B., 16, 1749 


44, 1109 





>t 


)) 


.... 


42-43 


Beilstein and Kur 


B., 10, 270 


31, 706 












batow 















213-214 


42-43 


PJ 


B., 8, 693 


28, 1037 


>T .... ... 


)> )J 


ji 


209-210 


43 


Faust 


B., 6, 136 


26, 635 


J 


)> 1 


jj 


210 


43 


Petersen 


A., 157, 171 


24, 251 


v 


J) 11 


)> 


cf. vii, 926 


43 


Post 


B., 7, 332 


27, 800 


.** .... 


=1.3.5 (?) 





.... 


54-55 


Hirsch 


B., 11, 1982 


36, 315 


t* 


.. = (?) 


)j 


213-215 





Longuinine 


C. R, 86, 1392 


34, 832 


> .... .... 


=1.2.6 


n 


217-219 


63 


Chandelou 


B., 16, 1752 


44, 1109 


.... 


ji 


> 


cf. vii, 929 


65 


Post 


B., 7, 332 


27,800 


* .... 





j) 


$18-820 


65 


Siefart 


Z. C. [2], 5, 450 


vi., 909 








H 


218-220 


65 


Petersen 


A., 157, 171 


24, 251 


.... .... 





j 


218-220 


65 


Faust 


B., 6, 135 


26, 634 


Dichlorresorcinol 


(OH) 2 .a, ! =1.3.(?) 2 


C 6 H 4 C1 2 2 


249 


77 


Keinhardt 


J. p. [2], 17, 328 


34, 726 


) -... .... 


=1.3.(?) 2 


)) 


.... 


100 





B., 10, 1525 


34,222 


Dichlorqiiinol 


=1.4.2.6 





.... 


157-158 


.... 


A., 149, 154 




* .... 


=1.4.2.5 







164 


.... 


.... 


iii., 216 


)> 


< 


) 


.... 


164 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1428 


38, 888 


j> .. . .... 





J 




166 





A., 210, 148 


42, 509 


.... .... 


= (0 


J 


.... 


172 


Kraflft 


B., 10, 800 


32, 749 


Dichlormucouic acid 




C 6 H 4 C1 2 4 




w.m. 260 p.d. 


Bell 


B., 12, 1272 


36, 917 


Malic chloranilide chloride.... 




C 6 H 4 C1 4 4 


a. 200 




.... 


A., 193, 44 




Chlorphenol 


OH.C1=1.2 


C 6 H 5 C10 


.... 


liquid 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 







ti 


173 


jiquid 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1398 ; A., 


28, 363 














batow 


176, 39 









)> 


74 


jiquid 


ji 


B., 7, 488 


27, 806 






j? 


H 


175-176 




Fischli 


B., 11, 1463 


34, 866 






)> i 


H 


75-177 

'TK.K 177 


.... 


Miiller 


A. P. [3], 3, 103 


27, 157 






i 
i ' 


u 
jj 


/ O i> 1 i t 

176 




5> 

ilasse 



B., 10, 2192 



34, 416 




IT '" 


> 





175-5-177 


. 15 


Faust and Miiller 


B., 5, 777 


26, 65 ; vii., 








>7V^ 177 






Ai *7^ "^riQ 


906 




17 

> 



jj 


/ j *j i / 1 

175-5-177 

nr. T QA 


. 15 
-liquid 


j 
?aust 


j l/o, oUo 

B., 6, 136 

Rl t'Q 


28, 156 
26, 633 






)> 





/u loU 


jiquid 


scnniitt 


, 1, OH 


26, 634 





J ' 


)> 


180 

*Yft ivyfyfin} 


.... 


Post 


B., 7, 332 

A1 TO OOl 


27, 800 







) 


/ O L / /^/ Ot/; 




iranier 


., 1/0, d<3l 


vii., 906, 929 ; 
















28, 157 


> *> ... .... 


>1 


>j 


76-177 


<7 


Sorner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 235 




=1.3 


J . 


2-T4 c. 


jiquid 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1395; A., 


28, 364 










n /( 




batow 


176, 45 






> 


j 


214 




Corner 


G. I., 4, 305 


9, 235 


>1 .. 





5) 


215 


Q K 


jonguinine 

Tl 1 


C. R., 86, 1392 


4, 832 




JJ r> 


)1 


211-212 u.c. 


at 


Jnlemaim 


B., 11, 1161 


34, 978 




,, =1.4 


)1 


218 




Armstrong 


.... 


8, 520 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING POUR ELEMENTS. 



369 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorphenol .... 


OH.C1 1.4 


C 6 H 5 C1O 


217 


36 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 487; A., 


27, 806 ; vii., 


,j -... 
.... .... 


11 11 
11 11 


7) 



217 
220 
218 


37 
38-5 


batow 

11 
Bahr-Predari 
Schmitt 


176, 30 
B., 7, 1396 
Z. C. [2], 6, 246 
B., 1, 68 


905, 918 
28, 363 
vi., 908 








218 




Faust 


B., 6, 1022 












41 


Beilatein and 


B., 5, 478 


26,72 










41 


Kiihlberg 
Petersen 


B., 6, 378 


26, 1133 










41 


Peters, 


A., 176, 186 


28, 762 










41 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2190 


34, 416 








218 




Post 


B., 7, 332 


27, 800 








818-219 


41 


Petersen & Predari 


A., 157, 125 


24, 241 








218 


41 


Faust 


B., 6, 136 


26, 633, 634 








218 


41 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


20, 235 








abt. 220 


41 


Dubois 


Z. C. [2], 3, 205 


vi., 908 


Chlorresorcinol 
Ch.lorqu.inol .... 


OH.OH.C1=1.3.? 
1.4.5 


C 6 H 5 C10 2 


255-256 


89 


Reinhardt 
Wohler 


J. p. [2], 17,322 
A.,51,155; 69,307 


34,726 










98 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1427 












103-104 


Schulz 


B., 15, 654 










263 p.d. 


106 


Levy and Schultz 


A., 210, 137 


42,509 


Chlorniceic acid 
Malic chloralide 


COOH.CH,,CH.COO. 


C 6 H 5 C1 3 6 


215 


150 
137-138 


St. Evre 
Wallach 


J., 1, 529 
B., 9, 1215 


31,60 



? 
Tritetrachloracetone + 6H 2 O 


a-dichlorpropionic pyruvic 
anhydride 
Chlorethylic crotonate 
Chlorphlorone 
Dimethylic chlorfumarate .... 
Trichlormeaityl oxide 
Ethylic trichlorcrotonate .... 

Quercittrichlorhydrin 
Trichlorethylidenediacetate 

Trichlorphenoiualic acid 
Dichlordumasin 
Allylic a-dichlorpropionate .... 

11 11 
Manitol anhydride dichloride 
Ethylic acetodichloracetate.... 
Ethin dichlordiacetin 
Dichloradipic acid 

? 

Chlorethylic trichlorbutyrate 
Ethylic chlormethacrylate .... 
chlor-|3-crotonate .... 

a 

,, ,i ~' J ~ ii 

>, >i ~P~ )) 
11 ~P~ ii 
ii ~ a ~ ii 
i) 11 -o- 

Chlorcrotylic acetate 


CH(CC1 3 ).O 

)) 

Me.CCl 2 .CO.O.CO.CO.Me 
C 3 H 5 .COO.CHC1.CH 3 
C 2 HCl(COOMe) 2 
CC1 3 .CH : CH.COOEt 

CCl 3 .CH(OAc) 2 
CH3.CC3j.COO.C3H5 

c 6 H 8 o 2 .ci 2 

OH 3 .CO.CCl 2 .COOEt 
C 2 H 2 (OCl) 2 (OAc) 2 
COOH.CClMe.CClMe.COOH 

CCl 2 :C(OEt)(OC 2 H 3 Cl,,) 

C 3 H 4 C1 3 .COO.CHC1.CH 3 
fr. CH 2 :CMe.COOEt 
CH 2 :CCl.CH 2 .COOEt 

ii 

fr. CH 2 :CH.CH 2 .COOEt 
fr.CHj.CH: CH.COOEt 



CH,Cl.CH:CH.CH 2 .OAc 


C^CIA 
C 6 H 5 C1 7 2 

11 

C 6 H 6 C1 2 O 4 

C 6 H 6 C1 4 3 
C 6 H 7 C10 2 
C 6 H 7 C10 4 
C 6 H 7 C1 3 
C 6 H 7 C1 3 O 2 

c 6 H 7 ci 3 o 4 

C 6 H 7 C1 3 S 
0^0,0 
(W3A 

) 

C 6 H 8 C1 2 3 
C 6 H S C1 2 4 

}) 

C 6 H 8 C1 4 O 3 
C.H/310, 

J) 

n 


T 

i 

it 


160-170 
220 

223-225 
206-208 
212 

221-222 u.c. 

150-155 
176-178 d. 
215-220 
143 (43) 
205-207 
120 (20) 

153-159 

220 
155-158 

161-4 
184 c. 
176 
176-178 

168-169 c. 
(741-1) 


139-140 
129 
30-32 
35 
Liquid 

Liquid 
b. 100 
Liquid 

Liquid 

155 
Liquid 

131-132 

49 
Liquid 

185 
Liquid 

Liquid 
159 u. c. 
160-5 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

Liquid 


Grabowsky 
Biachoff 
Bouis 
Beckurts and Otto 

Pinner 
Bad 
Kauder 
Grabowsky 
Judson 

Meyer and Dulk 
Carius 
Beckurts and Otto 

Fauconnier 
Conrad 
Prudhomme 
Beckurts and Otto 

Friedel 

Morawaky 
Claus and Lischke 
Geuther 
Frohlich 
Geuther 
Sarnow 

Thurnlackh 


A., 193, 42 
B., 6, 1071 
B., 8, 1341 
A. C., 21, 111 
B., 18, 234 

A., 179, 21 
A., 151, 158 
J. p. [21 31, 1 
B., 8, 1441 
Z. C. [2], 7, 40 

A. C. [5], 15, 56 
B., 4, 966 ; A., 
171, 73 
A., 142, 140 
A., 110, 22 
B., 9, 1878 
A., 167, 230 
C. E., 95, 991 
A., 186, 234 
C. E., 70, 1137 
B., 10, 1503 ; 18, 
847 
C. C., 1875, 514 ; 
B., 8, 642 
A., 179, 41 
C. C. [1877], 131 
B., 14, 1089 

Z. C. [2], 5, 273 
J. p. [2], 3, 431 
B., 5, 469 
A., 164, 101; 173, 
301 
A., 213, 379 


27,46 
29, 559 

48, 507 

29, 549 
vi., 929 
48, 652 
29, 557 
24, 233; vii., 
398 

vii., 312; 25, 
247; 27,461 
vi., 918 
ii., 351 
32, 181 

44,306 
32, 436 
vii., 11 
34, 290; 48, 
754 
30,66 

34, 213 

vi., 512 
24, 814 
vii., 398 
25, 690 

42, 1279 



3 B 



370 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorvinyl dimethylacetic 


CH 2 :CCl.CMe 2 .COOH 


C 6 H 9 C10 2 


.... 


63-64 


Demarcay 


C. R., 84, 1087 


32, 591 


acid 
















Chlorethyl-crotonic acid 


C,H 4 C1.C 3 H 4 .COOH 







74-75 











Ethylic acetochloracetate ... 


CH 3 .CO.CHCl.COOEt 


c 6 H 9 ao 3 


193-195 


Liquid 


Allihn 


B., 11, 569 


34, 566 


Trichlorcaproic aldehyde ... 


C 6 H 3 C1 3 .CHO 


C 6 H 9 C1 3 


212-214 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 10, 1053 


32, 586 











215-220 







B., 8, 1321 


29, 554 


Isobutylic trichloracetate ... 


CCl 3 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


C 6 H 9 C1 3 2 


187-189 


.... 


Judson 


B., 3, 784 


vii., 10 


Trichlorbutylic acetate 


C 3 H 4 Cl 3 .CH 2 .OAc 





130-132 (70) 


Liquid 


Thurnlackh 


B., 14, 2759 


42, 824 


., 








131-132 (70) 


.... 





A., 213, 373 


42, 1279 


>i 








217-5 (730) 


.... 








,, 


Trichlorcaproic acid 


C 6 H 8 C1 3 .COOH 





.... 


64 


Pinner 


B., 10, 1054 


32, 587 


Trichlorhydroquercite 


MM 





.... 


155 


Prunier 


A. C. [5], 15, 5 ; 


36, 241 ; 34, 














C. R., 86, 338 


400 


Chloral ethylate acetate 


CCl 3 .CH(OEt)(OAc) 


C 6 H 9 C1 3 3 


198 u.c. 


.... 


Meyer and Bulk 


B., 4, 965 ; A., 


vii., 314 ; 25, 














171, 70 


247 ; 27, 461 


Phenose trichlorhydrin 









10 




A., 136, 324 




Pentachloracetal 


CCl 3 .CH(OEt)(OC 2 H 3 Cl 3 ) 


C 6 H 9 C1 5 2 


186-189 




Friedel 


C. C. [1875], 514 


30, 66 


?- alcohol 


(CH 2 ) 2 .CH(CH 2 C1).CC1.CH 2 . 


C 6 H 10 C1 2 


115-119(20) 


Liquid 


Natterer 


M. C., 5, 567 


48, 497 




OH 














Leucic chloride 


.... 


,, 


90-100 


.... 


Lippmann 


A., 129, 81 


vi., 118 


Dichlorpinacolin 




JJ 


178 


51 


Fittig 


A., 114, 61 


iv., 647 


Isobutylic dichloracetate .... 


CHC] 2 .COO.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


C,H 10 C1 2 2 


182-184 




Wallach 


A., 173, 300 


28, 351 


Metacrolein dihydrochloride 


C 6 H 8 2 -2HC1 


(?) 


.... 


50 


Geuther&Cartmell 




i., 57 


Ethylic dichlorhydroxyiso- 


CHCl 2 .CMe(OH).COOEt 


C 6 H 10 C1 2 3 


208-215 p.d. 


.... 


Bischoff 


B., 8, 1336 


29, 558 


butyrate 



















(CH 2 C1) 2 : C(OH).COOEt 





225-230 


Liquid 


Kelly 


B., 11, 2223 


36, 306 


Chlorhexylene alcohol 


C 6 H 10 C1.0H 


c 6 H u ao 


165-168 


Liquid 


Natterer 


M. C., 5, 567 


48, 498 


,. 


CH 2 C1.CH(OH).CH S .C 3 H 5 or 





183-187 


Liquid 


Lopatkin 


J. p. [2], 30, 389 


48, 497 




CH 2 Cl.CH(C 3 H 6 ).CHj.OH 






















185-187 




Destrem 


B., 16, 228 




Allylethyl chlorcarbinol 


C 3 H 6 .CClEt.OH 





133-135 


.... 


.... 


A., 162, 99 




Capronyl chloride 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .COC1 





136-140 




..-. 


A., 130, 364 




Diemethylethylacetyl chlo- 


CMe 2 Et.COCl 





132 


.... 


Wischnegradsky 


B., 8, 541 


28, 878 


ride 
















1 


.... 





145-150 


.... 


Etard 


B., 10, 236 




? 


.... 





150 


.... 





C. R., 84, 127 


31, 585 


Ethylene butyrochlorhydrin 


CH 2 C1.CH 2 (O.C 4 H 7 O) 


C 6 H n ClO, 


190 


.... 


Simpson 


A., 113, 119 


ii., 571 


Ethylidene 


CH 3 .CHC1.(O.C 4 H,O) 





149 u.c. 


.... 


RUbencamp 


A., 225, 267 


48, 136 


Isoamylic chlorocarbonate .... 


Cl.COO.C 5 H n 





154-3 c. 


.... 


Rose 


A., 205, 230 


40, 252 


Ethylic a-chlorbutyrate 


CH 3 .CHj.CHCl.COOEt 





156-160 




Markownikoff 


A., 153, 241 




ft- 


CH 3 .CHCl.CHj.COOEt 


i 


150-160 


.... 


Hemilian 


B., 6, 562 


26, 1021 


>> P- ji 


1) 





168-169 


.... 


.... 


J. R., 11, 252 




p- 


n 





168-169(741) 


1. 20 


Balbiano 


B., 10, 1749; 


34, 134, 658 














G. I., 8, 90 




o-chlorisobutyrate .... 


Me 2 Ca.COOEt 





148-5-149-5 


Liquid 


M 


G. I., 8, 371 


36, 615 








c. (749) 










Chloraldehyde ethylateacetate 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OEt)(OAc) 


C 6 HuClO 3 


170 


.... 


.... 


A., 134, 176 




Dulcitol chlorhydrin 


C 6 H 7 (OH) 4 C1 


CA.CIO, 




90 


.... 


A. C. [4], 27, 178 




Quereitol chlorhydrin 


C 6 H 7 (OH) 4 C1 


M 




198-S02 


Prunier 


A. C. [5], 15, 54 


36, 241 





it 


n 


.... 


198-200 




C. R., 86, 338 


34,400 


Trichloracetal 


CCl 3 .CH(OEt) 2 


C,H U C1 S 2 


197 


Liquid 


Byasson 


C. R., 87, 26 


34, 967 


" 


" 


" 


199-201 ; 


Liquid 


Wurtz and Vogt 


C. R., 74, 277 


vii., 2 





H 





199-201 ; 


.... 


Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 2, 333 


26, 158 








204-8 c. 
















(758-9) 













n 





230 


.... 


Henry 


B., 4, 101 


24, 255 ; vii., 
















314 


(polymer?) .... 


Ca 3 .CH(OEt) 2 


,, 


230 p.d. 


72 


Paternd 


C. R., 67, 765 


vi., 4 ; vii., 2 


" 


n 







72-74 


Paternd and Pisati 


G. I., 2, 333 


26, 158 





JJ 






83 


Krey 


J. Z., 10, 84 


31, 295 


Dichlorhexyl alcohol 


.... 


C 6 H 12 C1 2 O 


205-210 


.... 


Destrem 


B., 16, 228 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



371 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dichloracetal . .... 


CHCl 2 .CH(OEt) 2 


C 6 H,oCLO 


abt. 180 




Lieben 


J., 10, 436 


i., 5 








180 




Krey 


J. Z., 10, 84 


31, 295 






" 


183-184 




./ 


A., vols. 149, 150, 
















and 179 










180-187 




Jacobsen 


B., 4, 217 








" 


186 




Jacobsen and Neu- 


B., 15, 600 








" 






meister 












185-190 




Goldberg 


Jp. [21 24, 100 


42, 28 


Diglycerol dichlorhydrin .... 




c 6 H 10 a 2 o 3 


230-235 






jr t Ji * 
A. C. [3], 67, 303 




Mannitol dichlorhydrin 


C 6 H 8 C1 2 (OH) 4 


C 6 H 12 C1 2 4 




174 d. 


Bouchardat 


C. R., 75, 1187 ; 


vii., 774 ; 26, 














A. C. [4], 27, 174 


161 


Hexylene chlorhydrin 


C,;H 12 CLOH 


C 6 H 13 C10 




Liquid 


Domac 


M. C., 2, 319 


40, 1114 


a-chlorhydrin 


CHMe(OH).CHCl.CH 2 .Et 





abt. 170 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R., 97, 261 


46, 34 


/3- 


CHMeCl.CH(OH).CH 2 .Et 


., 


170-171(761) 


Liquid 











Tetramethylethylene chlor- 


CMe 2 a.CMe 2 .OH 





.... 


55 


Eltekoff 


B., 16, 399 


44, 567 


hydrin 
















Ethylchlorbutyl oxide 


Et.O.C 2 H 3 Cl.Et 


ji 


137 




Lieben and Bauer 


J., 15, 393 


vi., 597 


,, 


JI 





141 






A., 123,133; 133, 
















288 




Chloracetal 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OEt) 2 


C 6 H 13 C1O 2 


155 




Liebeu 




i., 5 








150-160 






J., 10, 437 






" 




150-160 




Goldberg 


J. P. [2], 24, 98 


42, 28 




Ji 




















155 




Klien 


J. Z., 10, 67 


31, 291 




5? 


" 


156-8 c. 




Paterno & JMazzara 


G. I., 3, 254 


26, 1217 






T> 


















154-159 




TCrev 


J. Z., 10, 84 


31, 295 


Ethoxyethyl chlorethyl oxide 


D 

C 2 H 4 Cl.O.C 2 H 4 .OEt 


)5 


159 




..AV.J 
Lieben 


A., 133, 287 


iv., 288 


!. ,1 


CHMeCl.O.CHMe.OEt 


)J 


146 


Liquid 


Hanriot 


A. C. [5], 25, 219 


42, 590 


Triethyleneglycol chlorhydrin 


.... 


C 6 H 13 C10 3 


222-223 






A. C. [3], 67, 292 




Diglycerol chlorhydrin 


.... 


C 6 H 13 C10 4 


270 






A. C. [3], 67, 303 




Trichlorbenzoyl chloride 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 .COC1 =5.4.3.1 


C 7 H 2 C1 4 O 




36 


Salkowsky 


A., 163, 32 


vii., 164 ; 26, 
















715 


J 5J 


=6.4.2.1 





272 


abt. 41 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 238 


vi., 313 












berg 






Tetrachlorbenzoic acid 


COOH.C1 4 =1.2.3.4.6 


C 7 H 2 C1 4 O 2 




187 





A., 152, 245 


33 


Chlormeeenic acid 


HO.C 5 C10(COOH) 3 


C 7 H 3 C10 6 


+H 2 


165 d. 


Hilsebein 


J. p. [2], 32, 129 


48, 1202 


Dichlorbenzoyl chloride 


C 6 F 3 C1 2 .COC1 =4.3.1 


c 7 H 3 a 3 o 


242 




Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 228 


vi., 312 












berg 









=6.2.1 


5) 


244 


Liquid 


Schultz 


A., 187, 273 


32, 782 


/3-Trichlorbenzaldehyde 


C C H 2 C1 3 .CHO= 2 







90 


Seelig 


B., 18, 425 


48, 770 


a- 


=6.4.2.1 







112-113 











a- 


= 


J) 




110-111 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 238 














berg 






0-Trichlorbenzoic acid 


OOOH.C1 3 = 2 


c 7 H 3 a 3 o 2 




129 


Seelig 


B., 18, 425 


48, 770 


1) !> 


=1.2.4.6 





.... 


160 


Janasch 


Z. C. [2], 3, 404 


ii., 313 








., 




168 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 234 


vi., 313; 24, 












berg 




555 





=1.3.4.5 







203 


Salkowsky 


B., 4, 224 


25, 715 


)) J) 


11 J> 


3J 




SOS 


51 


A., 163, 33 


vii., 164 


Pentachlorbenzyl alcohol .... 


CeCl^.CH^OH 


C 7 H 3 C1 6 




193 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 246 


vi., 335 












berg 






Pentuchlororcin 


.... 


C 7 H 3 C1 5 2 


.... 


120-5 


Stenhouse 


P. R. S., 20, 72 ; 


25, 297 ; vii., 














A., 163, 175 ; 


878. 














169, 265 




Chlorbenzoyl chloride 


C e H 4 Cl.COCl =1.4 


C 7 H 4 C1 2 O 


220-222 


Liquid 


Emmerling 


B., 8, 881 


28, 1261 





=1.3 


., 


225 


.... 


Limpricht & Uslar 


A., 102, 263 


i., 567 


i, 


=1.2 


3 


235-238 


Liquid 


Emmerling 


33.J 8, 883 


28, 1261 





= 


3, 


285 


.... 


Limpricht & Uslar 


A., 102, 262 


i., 567 


Dichlorbenzaldehyde 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .CHO =4.2.1 (?) 





230-233 


57-58 u.c. 


Gnehm 


B., 17, 753 


46, 1028 


i> .... 


=4.3.1 


3 


.... 


68 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 228 














berg 










- 













3 B2 



372 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dichlorbenzaldehyde 


C 6 H 3 Cl 5 .CHO =5.3.1 


C-H 4 C1 3 O 




65-65-5 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 2001 




Dichlorsalicylaldehyde 


C 6 H 2 Clj.OH.CHO =(?) 2 .2.1 


C 7 H 4 C1 2 3 




25 


Lowig 


P. A., 36, 383 


v., 171 


Dichlorbenzoic acid 


COOH.Clj =1.2.6 


JJ 


.... 


122 


Arouheim & Die trie! 


B., 8, 1404 


20, 392 


jj jj 


jj jj 


J 


.... 


126-5 


Schultz 


A., 187, 270 


32, 782 


j 


=1.2.3 or 4 or 5 


JJ 


.... 


150 


Wilkins and Hack 


A., 222, 166 


46, 602 


,, .... 


jj 


JJ 


301 


150 


Beilstein 


B., 8, 814, 925 


28, 1194 


i) j) 


jj jj 


JJ 


abt. SOI 


150 


j 


A., 179, 287 


29, 252, 587 


I) )! 


jj 


JJ 


.... 


152 


Gnehm 


B., 17, 753 


46, 1028 


} , jj 


jj jj 


JJ 


.... 


155-156 


Claus 


B., 8., 949 




) )) " 


jj 


J> 


.... 


156 


jj 


B., 6, 722 


26, 1141 


)) )) 


jj jj 


Ji 


.... 


156 


Claus and Pfeifer 


B.j 5, 658 


29, 252 


,, 


jj i> 


JJ 


.... 


156 


Schultz 


A., 187, 268 


32, 782 


j, jj .... 


= 1.3.4 


JJ 


.... 


196-197 


Otto 


A., 122, 147 


vil., 163 


)l JJ 


jj 





.... 


SOI 


Beilstein and Kiihl 


Z. C. [2], 5, 180 


vi., 312 ; 












berg 


Z. C. [2] 6, 417 


vii., 163 


JJ JJ 


jj u 


JJ 




201 


Claus 


B., 6, 723 


26, 1141 


JJ 


jj u 


JJ 


.... 


201 


Beilstein 


B., 8, 924 


29, 252 


JJ JJ 


jj jj 


JJ 




201 


Doebner 


B., 9, 130 


29, 932 


)) 


jj u 


J) 


.... 


201 


Schultz 


A., 187, 268 


32, 782 


Dichlorsalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.C1, = 1.2.3.5 


C 7 H 4 C1 2 3 


.... 


214 


Loxner 


J. p. [2], 13, 430 




JJ JJ 


u jj 


)) 


.... 


214 


Rogers 


T. D. Gottigen 
















1875 




1> )) 


u 





.... 


914 


Smith 


B., 11, 1226 


34,879 


JJ )) 


= 1.2.(), 


J) 




224 


u 


B., 11, 1225 


JJ 


Dichlorhydroxybenzoic acid 


= 1.4.(% 


JJ 




156 u. c. 


Claus and Eeimann 


B., 16, 1600 


44, 1112 


JJ JJ 


) 


)> 




255-256 


Loxner 


J. p. [2J, 13, 434 


30, 283 


Dichlorhydroiytoluquinone 


Me.Cl2.OH : O 2 = ?.C0 2 .1.2.5 


JJ 


.... 


157 


Steuhouse & Groves 


B., 13, 1306 




Chlorbenzotrichloride 


C 6 H 4 C1.CC1 3 ==1.4 


c 7 H 4 a 4 o 


240-260 


Ml 


Klepl 


J. p., 28, 193 


46,447 


Tetrachlorcresol 


CH 3 .OH.CI 4 = 1.3.2.4.5.6 







150 


Lallemand 


J. [1856], 621 


v., 795 


Pentachlororcinhypochlorite 


C 7 H 3 C1 !) O 2 .HC1O. 


C 7 H 4 C1 6 3 


.... 


140-5 


Stenhouse 


P. R, 20, 72 


25, 297 














A., 163, 181 


vii., 878 


Benzoyl chloride 


c 6 H 5 .coci 


C 7 H 6 C10 


196 


MM 


.... 


A., 98, 235 


i., 566 





jj 


J) 


.... 


1 


Lieben 


A., 178, 43 


29,80 


)> 


j 


)> 


195 


.... 


Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 70, 376 







M 


)J 


196-1 


.... 


Schall 


B., 17, 2203 




D jj 


j) 


J 


195-200 


.... 


Uahours 


J., 1, 532 




JJ " 


>J 


ij 


198 


.... 


Sarnitzky 


G. J. G, 1864 







tj 


JJ 


198 


.... 




D. P., 256, 144 


48, 944 


,, 


JJ 


n 


198-198-3 


.... 


Kopp 


A. [1855] 




jj jj 


)J 


jj 


198-7 


.... 


Buff 


.... 


44, 990 


Chlorbenzaldehyde 


C 6 H 4 C1.CHO = 1.2 


j) 


210-220 


Liquid 


Henry 


J., 22, 509 







= 1.3 


jj 


206 


Liquid 


MUller 


D. P., 255, 356 


48, 850 





= 1.4 


j> 


210-220 




Berlin 


A., 151, 140 


vi., 329 


} ) .... .... 


JJ JJ 


M 


210-213 





Sintenis 


B., 4, 699 




jj 


JJ 


9} 


.... 


47-5 


r ackson and White 


B., 11, 1043 


34, 729 


Chlorbenzoic acid 


COOH.a = 1.2 


C.H 5 C10 2 


.... 


130 


Chiozza 


A. C. [3], 36, 102 


i., 555 


H 


JJ J> 


jj 


.... 


136-5 


jellmann 


B., 17, 536 


46, 1133 


,, 


JJ JJ 





.... 


137 


3eilsteiu and Schlun 


J. [1865], 330 


vi., 311 


JJ ) 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


137 


'etersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 


j) 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


137 


{ichter 


B., 4, 463 




JJ JJ 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


140 


Limpricht & Uslar 


A., 102, 264 


.,555 





JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


140 


f olbe & Lautemann 


A., 115, 183 


vi., 311 


J) 


= 1-3 


jj 


.... 


151 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 460 


jj 


JJ 


J> JJ 


jj 


.... 


152 


lichter 


B., 4, 463 




jj jj .... 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


152-5 


Jeilsteinand Schlun 


J. [1865], 330 


v., 341 


jj jj 


>! !> 


jj 


.... 


153 


'etersen 


B., 6, 368 


6, 1133 


jj jj 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


153 


lubner 


A., 222, 67 


46, 315 


jj 


JJ JJ 


jj 


.... 


153 


'aternci 


G. I., 11, 90 


0, 598 


,, ,, 


= 1.4 


jj 




233 


ackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 85 


0, 803 


j, j, 


" !! 


n 




233-234 


ackson and White 


B., 11, 1043 


4,729 


jj jj 


55 JJ 


'j 




234 


Dmmerling 


B., 8, 880 


8, 1261 


jj j, .... .... 


JI JJ 


jj 


.... i 


235 


MUller 


Z. C. [2], 5, 137 


i., 311 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



373 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorbenzoic acid 


COOH.C1=1.4 


C 7 H 5 C1O 2 




235-236 


Beilstein & Geitner 


A., 139, 336 







j> >i 


J) 




236 


Beilstein and Schlun 


J. [1865], 330 


iv., 341 


>j 


JJ JJ 


Jl 




236 


Paternd 


G. L, 11, 90 


40, 598 


,, ,, 


J) JJ 


J) 




237 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 





5J JJ 


1> 


.... 


252 (sic.) 


Michaelis & Panek 


B., 14, 408 


40, 604 


Chlorhydroxybenzaldehyde 


CHO.OH.C1=1.4.? 


)> 




148-149 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 2196 


34, 423 


Chlorhydroxybenzoic acid ... 


COOH.OH.C1=1.2.5 


C 7 H 5 C10 3 


.... 


163 


Lossuer 


J. p. [2], 13, 418 


30, 282 


jj 


J JJ 


jj 


.... 


167-168 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2190 


34, 416 





J JJ 


)> 


.... 


167-5 


Beilstein 


B., 8, 816 




i> 


JJ ) 







170-171 


Hubne r and Weiss 


B., 6, 175 




i) 


JJ >J 


jj 


.... 


172 


Smith 


B., 11, 1227 


34, 879 


jj i> 


)J 


j 


.... 


172-5 


Hubner & Brenken 


B., 6, 174 


26, 756 


!) 


=1.4.3 





.... 


164-165 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2192 


34, 416 


JJ 


JJ U 


)j 


.... 


169-170 


Lossner 


J. p. [2], 13, 432 


30, 283 


J) JJ 


J JJ 


ji 


.... 


187-5-188 


Peltzer 


A., 146, 287 


vl., 900 


Chlordihydromecenic acid ... 


HO.C 5 H 2 C10(COOH) 2 


c,H 5 ao 6 


.... 


145 p.d. 


Hilsebein 


J. p. [2], 32, 129 


48, 1203 


Trichlorcresol 


CH 3 .OH.C1 3 =1.3.(?) 3 


C.H 5 C1 3 


270 


96 


.... 


J., 1856, 620 




Trichlororcinol 


Me.(OH),.Cl 3 = ? 


CjSjcsA 


.... 


123 


Stenhouse 


P. K., 20, 72 


26, 297 ; vli., 
















878 










159 or 59 ? 


Eichter 


E. K T., 140 


iv., 214 


Triehlortoluquinol 





t) 




197 




A., 172, 211 







=1.2.(?) 


:j 


.... 


211-212 


South-worth 


A., 168, 275 


27, 62 ; vi., 
















1106 





JJ >J 


JJ 


.... 


211-212 


Glaus and Eiemann 


B., 16, 1602 


44, 1112 


Hydroxybenzaldichloride .... 


C 6 H 4 .OH.CHC1 2 =1.2 


C ; H 6 C1 2 O 




82 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 5, 371 


vi., 507 


Dichlorbenzyl alcohol 


C 6 HjClj.CHO=1.4.6 


)J 


.... 


77 




A., 147, 351 


vi., 335 




C 6 H2.Me.OH.a 2 =1.4.(?)j 






39 u.c; 42 u.c 


Glaus and Riemann 


B., 16, 1599 


44, 1112 


jj .... .... .... 


=1.2.(?) 2 


JJ 

n 


I 


55 u.c. 


jj 


B., 16, 1601 


44, 1112 


Dichlortolu-o-quinol 


C 6 HCl,,Me.(OH) s 


c 7 H 6 a 2 o 2 




119-121 


Southworth 


A., 168, 274 


27,62 


-m- jj 


JJ 


)J 




167-169 




A., 168, 271 




Trichlorvalerolactinic chloral- 


.... 


C 7 H 6 C1 6 3 


295-299 


87-88 


.... 


A., 193, 37 




ide 
















Trichlorlactic-butyrchloralide 


.... 


)> 




106-107 


.... 


A., 193, 47 




Chlorbenzyl alcohol .... 


C 6 H 4 .(CH,OH).C1=1.4 


C 7 H 7 C1O 


.... 


66 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A, 147, 344 


vi., 335 












berg 






)> 





n 


.... 


70-5 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J. [2], 88 


40, 806 


Chlormethoxybenzene 


C 6 H 4 CI.OMe=1.4 


JJ 


abt. 200 u.c. 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 2, 711 


vi., 916 





Jj JJ 


>J 


198-S02 


L 18 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1396 


vii., 905 ; 28, 












batow 




363 


jj 


JJ 


)) 


190-193 


.... 


Herold 


B., 15, 1687 


42, 1287 




C 6 H 3 Me.OH.Cl:=1.4.? 




abt. 240 


56 


Biedermann 


B., 6, 326 


26, 898 


Chlorterebilic acid 


CMe 2 .O.CO.CCl : C.COOH 


c 7 H 7 ao 4 




200-203 


Roser 


A., 220, 254 


46, 460 




i i 














Methylic malic chloralide .... 




c 7 H 7 a,o 6 


.... 


85 


.... 


A., 193, 45 




Oxyheptic dichloride 


.... 


C 7 H 8 C1 S 


21 d. (sic) 




Demarcay 


C. E., 86, 1138 


34,662 


Chlorterebic acid 


.... 


C 7 H 8 C1O 4 


.... 


168 d. 


Frost 


A., 226, 363 


48, 393 


jj jj 


.... 


)> 


.... 


160-170 


Eoser 


B., 15, 296 







CMe 2 .COO.CH 2 .CCl.COOH 


JJ 




189-5-190 


Williams 


B., 6, 1097 


27,72 




i i 














,, ,, .... 


jj 


JJ 




191 


Eoser 


B., 15, 296 




Acetchloral allylate 


CCl 3 .CH(OAc).O.C 3 H 6 


C 7 H 9 C1 3 O 3 


105-107 


Liquid 


Oliveri 


G. L, 14, 13 


46, 1118 


Lactic butyrchloralide 


.... 


J> 


260-262 


.... 


.... 


A., 193, 47 




Acetyltrichlorvalerolactinic 


C 4 H 6 Cl 3 (OAc).COOH 


C 7 H 9 C1 3 4 


+H 2 


84 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1492 




acid 
















Pimelic chloride 


C 5 H 10 (OOC1) 2 


C 7 H 10 C1 3 S 


210 p.d. 


.... 


Kachler 


A., 169, 173 


27, 155 


Acrolein acetyl chloride 


C 3 H 4 0.2C 2 H 3 OC1 


C 7 H 10 C1 2 3 


140-145 


.... 


Arontein 


As., 3, 184 


vl., 56 


Methylchlorallylcarbinol 


CHMe : CCl.CHMe.OAc 


C 7 H U C10 3 


172 


.... 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


acetate 
















Ethylchlormethyl crotonate 


fr. CH 3 .CH ; CMe.COOEt 


J) 


173-157 


.... 


Eiicker 


B., 10, 1954 


34, 292 


j> jj 


jj 


5> 


178-180 


.... 


Demarcay 


C. E., 84, 1087 


32, 591 


Chloriapropylcrotonic acid ... 




)) 




s. 25 


jj 


jj 


jj 


Chlorpropylcro tonic acid 




JJ 


.... 


Liquid 28 


jj 


u 


j 



374 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soo. 


Ethylic chlorangelactate ... 


C 4 H 9 C10.COOEt 


C 7 H U C10 3 


230 d. 


Liquid 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1497 


36,42 


Diethylic chlorraalonate 


CHCl(COOEt) 2 


C-HnClO, 


220-5-221-5 




.... 


A., 209, 221 




, 





> 


221292 


Liquid 


Conrad & Bischoff 


B., 13, 600 


38, 629 


Glycerol diacetochlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 .Cl(OAc) 2 





abt. 245 




Berthelot & Luca 


A. C. [3], 53, 433 


i., 26 


) 





)J 


245 


cf. B, 16, 394 


Truchot 


J., 18, 503 




Trichlordiisopropylketone ... 


.... 


C 7 H,,C1 3 


228-229 


Liquid 


Barbaglia & Gucci 


B., 13, 1571 


40,34 


Amylic trichloracetate 


CC1 3 . COOCjH ! i 


C 7 H n Cl 3 2 


217 




Clermonfc 


C. R., 96, 437 


44, 729 


Methyltrichlorpropylcarbinol 


CHMeCl.CCl 2 .CHMe.OAc 


)I 


227 


Liquid 


Thurnlackh 


A., 223, 149 


46, 1118 


acetate 
















Ethylic trichlorhydroxy- 


C 4 H 5 Cl 3 (OH).COOEt 


c 7 H u a 3 o 3 


225 


40 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1492 


36,42 


valerate 
















Dichlordiisopropyl ketoue .... 




C 7 H 12 C1 2 O 


175-176 


Liquid 


Barbaglia & Gucci 


B., 13, 1571 


40, 34 


Glycerol butyro-dichlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 C1 2 (OC 4 H 7 0) 


7 H 12 C1 2 2 


226-227(738 




Truchot 


A., 138, 298 


.... 


Isobutylica-diehlorpropionate 


CH 3 .CCl 2 .COOBu3 


)J 


183-185 


.... 


Backunts and Otto 


B., 9, 1879 


32, 181 


Chlordi-isopropyl ketoue ... 


.... 


c 7 H: l3 cio 


141-142 


Liquid 


Barbaglia and Gucc 


B., 13, 1570 


40, 34 


Chlorethylic valerate 


C 4 H 9 .COO.CHC1.CH 3 


C 7 H 13 C10 2 


118-128 d. 


.... 


Simpson 


P. E. S., 27, 120 


38, 459 


Ethylidene valerochlorhydrin 


CH 3 .CHC1.O.C 5 H 9 O 


It 


162 u. c. 




Eubencamp 


A., 225, 267 


48, 136 


Chloral iso-amylate 


CC1 3 .CH(OH)(OC 5 H,,) 


C 7 H 13 C1 3 2 


143 


s. 25 


Bartholdy & Martius 


B., 3, 443 


vii., 314 


)> 


.... 





14S-147 


50 


Jacobsen 


A., 157, 244 


24, 257 


Heytylene chlorhydrin 


C 7 H 14 C1.OH 


C 7 H 15 C10 


206-208 




Clermoiit 


B. S. [2], 13, 404 


vii., (544, 868 


Glycerol diethyl chlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 Cl(OEt) 2 


C,H 15 C1O 2 


184 




Eeboul & Loureii9o 


A., 119, 237 




Trichlor-phthalic anhydride 


o : (co) 2 : c 6 HCi 3 =i.2.3.4 ? 


CgHCl 3 3 




157 


Claus and Kautz 


B., 18, 1370 


48, 972 


> 





)> 


.... 


157 


Atterberg& Widman 


B., 10, 1843 


34, 322 


t 


/ 


C 8 HC1 13 4 




115-120 


Cahours 


A., 67, 29 


v., 463 


Dichlor-phthalic anhydride 


o : (co) 3 : c 6 H 2 ci 2 =i.2.(?) 2 


C 8 H 2 C1 2 3 




185-186 


Atterberg 


B., 10, 547 


32, 623 


j> 


J 


5 




187 


Faust 


A., 160, 64 


25, 76; vii., 978 


Tetrachlor-phthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .C1 4 =1.2.3.4.5.6 


C S H. 2 C1 4 4 




250 


Claus and Spruck 


B., 15, 1404 




Chlorphthalic anhydride 


o : (C0 2 ) : c 6 H 3 ci=i.2.4 


C 3 H 3 C1O 3 




89 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 29, 499 


34, 736 


n 


>! !> 


)) 


.... 


95 


Alen 


B. S. [2], 36, 434 


43, 409 


n ,1 


" ') 


) 




95 u. c. 


Claus and Dehne 


B., 15, 320 




;> 


1 


1) 




95 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1759 


48, 1053 


It 


= 1.2.3 


n 




122 


j 


) 


15 


)J v 


>1 


)i 




140-143 (?) 




J., 1880, 862 




Phthalic chloride 


C 6 H 4 (COC1) 2 =1.2 


C 8 H 4 CL0 2 


268 


s. 


Wischin 


A., 143, 260 


vi., 944 





*> ' 





268 


Liquid 


Schreder 


B., 7, 705 


27, 990 





1 11 


H 


270 


8.0 


Miiller 


Z.C.P.[1863],257 


iv., 633 


." " 


11 11 


i) 


270 


Liquid 


Ad or 


A. C. [4], 26, 41 7; 


vii., 979 ; 26, 














A., 164, 229 


66, 392 





)) 11 


i> 


270 




Piccard 


B., 7, 1785 


28, 570 


Isophthalic chloride 


=1.3 


j> 


276 


41 


Schreder 


B., 7, 708 


27, 991 


Terephthalic chloride 


=1.4 


)5 


259 u.c. 


77 


Berger 


B., 10, 1743 




> 


)) 


)) 


.... 


78 


Schreder 


B., 7, 708 


27, 991 


Dichlorpiperonal .... . 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .O.CO.CHO 


C 8 H 4 C1 2 3 




90 




A., 159, 147 




Dichlorphthalic acid 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 .(COOH) 2 =(?) 2 .2.1 


C 8 H 4 C1 2 4 


.... 


183-185 


Faust 


A., 160, 64 


25, 76; vii., 978 


)> 


!> 


J 





183 


Claus and Kautz 


B., 18, 1370 


48, 972 


/3-phthalide chloride 


C 6 H 4 .CC1 3 .COC1=1.2 


C 8 H 4 C1 4 


262 p.d. 


47 


Gerichten 


B., 13, 419 


38, 474 


- 


c 6 H 4 :(cci 2 ) 2 : 0=1.2 


)) 


275 p.d. 


88 


)) 


B., 13, 418 


38, 473 


Dichlorpiperonal chloride .... 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .O.CO.CHC1 2 


C 8 H 4 C1 4 3 


abt. 280 d. 


Liquid 




A., 159, 147 


vi., 948 


Tartaric chloralide 


[.CH.COO.CH(CC1 3 ).O] 2 


C 8 H 4 C1 6 6 




122-124 


Wallach 


B., 9, 1215 


31, 60 


Chlorphthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .C1=1.2.4 


C 8 H 5 C1O 4 


.... 


130-134 


Kruger 


B., 18, 1759 


48, 1053 


.... 










148 


Claus and Dehne 


B., 15, 320 




sj j> 





i 




149-150 


Al&n 


B. S. [2], 36, 434 




ji .... 


=1.2.3 


)) 


.... 


179-181 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1759 


48, 1053 


Chlorisophthalic acid 


=1.3.5 


; 




27S 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 506 


42, 1296 


Trichloracetoxybenzene 


OAc.Cl 3 =1.2.4.6(?) 


CsHsCljO, 


261-262 






As., 7, 184 




Dichloracetophenone 




C 8 H 6 C1 2 


250-255 




Dyckerhoff 


B., 10, 532 


32, 481 


Fi-om polyporic acid 




) 




109 


Stalilschmidt 


A., 195, 365 


36, 383 


Dehydracetyl chloride 




C.HiClA 




101 


Precht 


B., 9, 1100 


30, 506 


Piperonal dichloride 


C H 5 .O.CO.CHC1., 


)> 


230-240 d. 


Liquid 


Fittig and Eemsen 


Z. C. [2], 6, 97 ; 


vi., 948 ; 24, 














A., 159, 147 


938 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



375 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenyl dichloracetic acid .... 


Ph.CCl 2 .COOH 


OSH.CIA 




50-55 d. 


Claisen 


B., 12, 631 




JJ JJ JJ 


1) 


H 




69 


Radziszewski 


B., 2, 209 


vi., 1102 


Dichloracetoxybenzene 


OAc.Cl 2 =1.2.4 


n 


244-245 


.... 




A., 23, 60; As., 7, 
















184 




Dichlortoluic acid 


Me.COOH.Cl 2 =1.3(?), 


j 




160-161 


.... 


A., 144, 269 




Dichlorxyloquinone 


C 6 Me,Cl 2 :O 2 







175 


Carstanjeii 


J. p. [2], 23, 432 


42, 612 


Methylic dichlorsalicylate .... 


OH.COOMe.CL=1.2.(2) 2 


C 3 H 6 C1 2 3 


..:. 


142 


Smith 


B., 11, 1226 


.... 


Dichlormethsalicylic acid .... 


OMe.COOH.Cl 3 =1.2.(?) 


)I 


.... 


abt. 100 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 10, 343 


v., 163 





)J JJ 


) 




104 


Procter 


J. Ph. [3], 3, 257 


JJ 


Dichloranisic acid 


OMe.COOH.Cl 2 =1.4.(?) 


)) 




196 


Reincecke 


B. S. [2], 7, 177 


vi., 173 


Tetrachlor-/3-oreinol 


C 6 Me 2 Cl 2 (OCl) 2 


C 3 H 6 C1 4 2 




109 or 190 


Stenhouse& Groves 


A., 203, 291 


37, 399 


Tetrachlordimethylquinol .... 


C 6 Cl 4 (OMe) 2 







153-154 


Habermaiin 


B., 11, 1035 


34,728 


Chloracetophenone 


Ph.CO.CH 2 Cl 


C 9 H 7 C1O 


246 


41 


Graebe 


B., 4, 35 


24, 222 


jj 


1) 





344-245 u.c. 


58-59 


Staedel 


B., 10, 1830 


34, 419 


Acetochlorpheaone 


C 6 H 4 C1(CO.CH 3 ) = 1.4 


J) 


230-231 


20 


Gautier 


B. S., 43, 602 


48, 1061 


Toluyl chloride 


C c H 4 Me.COCl = 1.2 


1 


211 (733) 


.... 


Ador and Rilliet 


B., 12, 2301 




j jj .... " 


= 1-3 


)j 


218 (724) 




j 


B., 12, 2300 




> jj * 


= 1-4 


> 


224-226(720) 


.... 


)> 


B., 12, 2298 




,, ,, .... .... 


jj jj 


5) 


214-216 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 108, 316 


v., 864 


Chlorisobutaldehyde (?) 


.... 


C 8 H 7 C10 2 


173 


106 


Boquillon 


J. P. [5], 11,654 


48, 962 


Phenylic chloracetate 


CH 2 Cl.COOPh 


) 


230-235 


40-2 


Prevost 


J. p. [2], 4, 379 


vii., 9 ; 25, 144 


Phenylchloracetic acid 


Ph.CHCl.COOH 


J 




78 


Radziszewski 


B., 2, 208 


vi., 1102 


jj u 


1* 


I> 




78 


Meyer and Boner 


B., 14, 2392 




Methylic chlorbenzoate 


COOMe.Cl = 1.4 


'1 




42 


Emmerling 


B., 8, 883 


28, 1261 


Anisyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.COCl = 1.4 


> 


262 


.... 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 23, 351 


i., 306 


Chlora-a-toluic acid 


C 6 H 4 C1(CH 2 .COOH) = 1.4 


11 




60 


Beilstein & Kiihl- 


A., 147, 346 


40, 806 












berg 






ii jj 





J) 




68 


Radziszewski 


B., 2, 208 


jj 


jj jj 


J1 JJ 







103-5-104 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 89 ; 


40, 804 














B. 11, 905 




jj jj 


J 


11 




105-106 


.... 


Z. P. C., 7, 27 




Chlortoluic acid 


COOH.Me.Cl = 1.2.4 





.... 


130 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1758 


48, 1053 





= 1.2.3 


)) 




154 





jj 


jj 


, f .... .... 


= 1.2.5 


)* 


.... 


166 


i 


jj 


jj 


jj jj 


= 1.4.5 





.... 


184-186 


Kekule & Fleischer 


B., 6, 1090 


27,66 


jj jj * 


JJ 


n 


.... 


194-195 


Gerichten 


B., 10, 1249 


34, 49 


jj 


' )I 


i> 




194-196 u.c. 


u 


B., 11, 366 


34, 571 










199-201 c. 








i) jj 


= 1.3.4 


H 




203-204 


Vollrath 


A., 144, 266 


v., 864 


j jj " 


1 


>i 




204 c. 


Remsen & Kuhara 


A. C. J., 3, 424 ; 


42, 608 














B., 15, 951 




j) jj > 










203-204 


Beilstein & Kreusler 


A.., 144, 182 




JJ J) .... '" 


)1 U 







209-210 c. 


Jacobsen 


B., 18, 1761 


48, 1052 


Chloryxloquinone 


C e HMe 2 Cl : O 2 


) 




48 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 431 


42, 612 


Methylic chlorsalicylate 


COOMe.OH.Cl. = 1,2.5 


C 8 H ; C1O 3 


.... 


48 


Smith 


B., 11, 1227 




Chloranisic acid 


COOH.OMe.Cl. = 1.4.6 


H 


.... 


176 


.... 


A., 56, 312 


i., 302 





!> )) 


I) 


.... 


180 


.... 


B. J., 23, 421 




jj jj 


= 1.4.5 


> 




214-215 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2528 


48, 146 


Chlordehydracetic acid 




C 8 H 7 C1O 4 




93 


Precht 


B., 9, 1101 


30, 506 


(?) 


CPhCl 2 .COH+HCl 


C 8 H 7 C1 3 


begins 265 d. 


..*. 


Combes 


C. R., 98, 678 


46, 837 


Ethoxytrichlorbenzene 


C 6 H 2 Cl 3 .OEt = ? 


N 


240 


43-44 


Faust 


Z. C. [2], 3, 727 


vi., 909 


jj 


= 1.2.3.4 


j 


.... 


67-68 


Petersen 


A., 157, 171 


24, 252 


Ethoxydichlorbenzene 


CeHjCLj-OEt = ? 


c 8 H 8 a 3 o 


226-227 


Liquid 


Fischer 


Z. C. [2], 4, 386 


vi., 908 


jj .... 


= 1.3.4 


jj 


236-237 


.... 


.... 


A, 23, 60; As., 7, 
















183 




Dichlordimethyl resorcinol .... 


C 6 H 2 (OMe) 2 Cl 2 = 1.3.(?) 2 


C S H 8 C1 2 2 


d. 140 


Liquid 


Honig 


B., 11, 1040 


34, 727 


qninol 


= 1.4. a) 2 







126 u.c. 


Habermann 


B., 11, 1035 


34, 728 


Dichlor-^-orcinol .... .... 


C 6 Me 2 (OH) 2 Cl 2 


1 




142 


Stenhouse & Groves 


A., 203, 292 


37, 399 


Dichlorxyloquinol 


n 


n 




148-150 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 431 


42, 612 


.. 





11 




175 


.... 


A., 151, 171 




Phenylchlorethyloxide 


Ph.O.CH,,.CH 2 Cl 


C 8 H S C10 


221 (754) 


25 


Henry 


C. R., 96, 1233 


44,802 



376 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J.Ch. Soc. 


Ethoxychlorbenzene 


C,H 4 .OEt.Cl = 1.2 


C 8 H 9 C1O 


208-208-5 


Liquid 


Beilatein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1398 ; A. 


vii., 906; 28, 












batow 


176, 39 


363 





11 11 





210 


Liquid 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 6, 247 


vi., 916 


ii 


= 1-4 





210-212 


21 


Beilatein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1396 ; A. 


vii., 905; 28, 












batow 


176, 31 


363 


Chlormethoxytoluene 


CjH 3 Me.OMe.Cl = 1.3.4 or 6 





185 


.... 


.... 


A., 151, 115 




ii 


= 1.4.5 


J) 


213-215 


Liquid 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2529 


48, 146 


Ethylic chlorniceate 




C 8 H 9 C10 2 


230 


.... 


St. Evre 


J., 1, 530 




Chlordimethylreaorcinol 


C 6 H 3 (OMe) 2 Cl = 1.3.? 





.... 


118 


Hbnig 


B., 11, 1039 


34, 727 


Chlorxyloquinol 


C 6 HMe 2 (OH) 2 Cl 





.... 


147 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 43 


42, 612 


ii 





n 




148-150 


.... 


A., 151, 166 




Acetotrichlorethylidene 


.... 


C 8 H 9 C1A 


154-158 


Liquid 


Mathews 


43, 203 




acetic ether 






(24-26) 










Crotonic chloral diacetate .. 


C 3 H 2 Cl 3 .CH(OAc) 2 


C 3 H 9 C1 S 4 


240-250 p.d. 


Liquid 


Pinner 


A., 179, 21 


29, 549 


Ethylic malic chloralide 


.... 


C 3 H 9 C1 3 5 




45-46 


.... 


A., 193, 45 




Diethylic chlormaleate 


C 2 HCl(COOEt) 3 


c 8 H n ao 4 


843-845 


.... 


Glaus 


A., 191, 80 


34,857 


ii 11 





It 


250-260 


.... 


Henry 


A., 156, 179 




Action of HC1 on aldehyde... 




C 8 H 12 CJ 2 


100 


.... 


Hanriot 


C. R., 92, 302 


40, 404 


? acetate 


(CH 2 ) 2 .CH(CH S C1).CC1.CH 2 . 


C 8 H 12 C1 2 O S 


122-123 


Liquid 


Natterer 


M. C., 5, 567 


48, 498 




1 ' OAc 














Diethylic maleate diehloride 




C 8 H 12 C1 2 4 


243-245(735) 


MM 


Glaus and Franck 


B., 10, 928 


33, 740 


? acetate 


CH 2 Cl.CH(OAc).CH s .C 3 H 5 


C 3 H 13 C10 2 


203-207 


Liquid 


Lopatkin 


J. p., 30, 389 


48, 49 




or 
















CH 2 Cl.CH(C 3 H 5 ).CH 2 .OAc 














Ethylic ethylacetochlor- 


CClEtAc-COOEt 


C 3 H I3 C10 3 


215-220 d. 


.... 


Wislicenus and 


A., 186, 241 ; B., 


29, 370 


acetate 










Conrad 


8, 1034 




Diethylic chlorsuccinate 


COOEt.CH 2 .CHCl.COOEt 


c 8 H l3 ao 4 


234-235 




Anschiitz 


B., 18, 1952 




Diglycerol acetrichlorhydrin 


.*.. 


C 8 H 13 C1 3 3 


190 (20) 






Z. C., 1866, 513 




Glycerolisovalerodichlorhy- 


C 3 H 5 .(OC S H 9 )OC1 2 


C 8 H 14 C1 2 2 


245 (737) 




Truchot 


A., 138, 298 


v., 980 


drin 
















Hexylene acetochlorhydrin ... 


C 6 H 12 C1.0Ac 


C 8 H 1S C10 2 


188-190 


Liquid 


Senry 


C. R., 97, 260 


46,34 


Triethoxydichlore thane 


C 2 HCl 2 (OEt) 3 


C 8 H 16 C1 2 3 


205 




.. 


J., 1864 and 1873 




? 


0(C 2 H 3 C1.0Et) 2 


11 


163-165 




Abeljanz 


A., 164, 220 


26, 156 


? 


O[CH(OEt).CH 2 Cl] 2 


ii 


abt. 165 




Jacobsen 


B., 4, 216 


vii., 481; 24, 
















514 


Octylenechlorhydrin 


... 


C 8 H 17 C10 


204-208 




Clermont 




iv., 173 


Glycerol isoamyl chlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 (OC 5 H n )(OH)Cl 


C 8 H 17 C10 2 


235 




Reboul 


J., 13, 464 


ii., 884 


Tetrachlorcoumarin 


.... 


C 9 H 2 C1 4 2 




144-145 


Perkin 


24, 45 


vi., 500 


a-Chlorcoumarin 


.... 


C 9 H 5 C10 2 


.... 


122-123 


11 


24, 44 




ft' 


.... 


j( 




162 


Saisecke 


A., 154, 84 




Chlortrimesic acid +H 2 O 


C 6 H 2 C1(COOH) 3 =6.5.3.1 


C 9 H,,C10 6 




278 




J. p. [21 15, 310 


J) 


a-Trichlorcinnamic acid 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 .CH I CH.COOH 




.... 


200-201 


Seelig 


r L Jj 7 "*" 

B., 18, 425 


48, 770 


P- ii ,, 





n 




185 








Trichloracetophenone benzoic 
acid 


C 6 H 4 (CO.CC1 3 ).COOH =1.2 


C9H 6 C1 3 3 




144 


Jabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 1556 


34, 430 


Salicylic chloral 


.... 


j j 




124-125 




A., 193, 41 




Dichlorethylene protocate- 


O.C 2 H 2 Cl 2 .O.C f H 3 .COOH 


C 9 H 6 C1 2 4 




118-121 


.... 


A., 168, 109 




chuic acid 


=43.1 














Cinnamyl chloride 


C 6 H 5 .CH:CH.COC1 


C 9 H 7 C10 


262 


.... 


Cahours 


A., 178, 214 


.,990 


Chloratropic acid 
a-Chlorcinnamic acid 


Fr. C 6 H S .C(COOH) I CH 2 
Ph.CH:CCl.COOH 


9) 

C 9 H 7 C1O 2 


170-171 (58) 
r. water 


35-36 

85 
137-138 


^laisen & Antweiler 
jadenburg 
3 erkin 


B., 13, 2124 
B., 12, 948 

47, 258 


40, 169 
36, 720 


ii n 








'r. petroleum 


11$ 


11 







ii n 





11 


.... 


138-139 


Torrer 


B., 16, 854 




ii 11 





ii 


.... 


142-143 


Jutz 


B., 15, 788 


42, 1073 


11 ii 


11 





.... 


142 


PlochI 


B., 15, 1946 


44, 195 


ft- ii 11 
S- 


Ph.CCl : CH.COOH 


11 


.... 


114 


Jutz 


B., 15, 788 


42, 1073 


11 11 .... 


II 


11 


.... 


114 


?erkin 


47, 258 




n 11 .... 


C1.(CH : CH.COOH =1.3 


H 




167 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2036 ; 


44, 1123 ; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 35 


661 


' " 


=1.2 


11 


.... 


200 


ii n 


J) 


jj 


ii 11 


=1.4 





.... 


240-242 









COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



377 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorcinnamic acid 


? 


C 9 H 7 C10 2 


.... 


132 


.... 


A., 70, 7 


i., 987 


Acetylic chlorsal icy late 


C 6 H 3 a(OH).COOAc =?.2.1 


C 9 H 7 C10 4 


.... 


149 


Smith 


B., 11, 1227 




Chlormethylnoropianic acid 


C c HCl.OMe.OH.CHO.COOH 


C 9 H 7 C1O 6 




206 


Prinz 


J.p., 24, 370 


42, 403 


Ethylic chlormecenate 


HO.C,.C10(COOH)(COOEt) 


C 9 H 7 C10 6 


.... 


148 


Hilsebein 


J.p. [2], 32, 129 


48, 1202 


From polyporic acid 


.... 


C 9 H 7 C1 2 2 (?) 


.... 


108 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 195, 365 


36, 383 


Ethylic trichlorbenzoate .... 


Cl 3 .COOEt =6.4.2.1 


C 9 H 7 C1 3 !! 


.... 


65 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 152, 237 


vi., 313 












berg 






11 11 


=5.4.3.1 


JJ 


.... 


86 


Salkowsky 


A., 163, 32 


vii., 164 ; 88, 
















715 


Propionoxytrichlorbenzene.... 


CI 3 .(O.C 3 H 5 0) =6.4.2.1 


* 


262-5-264-5 


Liquid 


Daccomo 


B., 18, 1163 


48, 889 








u.c. 










Phenyl dichlorpropionic acid 


Ph.CHa.CHCLCOOH 


C 9 H 3 C1 2 O 2 


.... 


162-164 d. 


Erlenmeyer 


B., 14, 1867 




Dichlorbenzylic acetate 


C 6 H 3 Cl 2 (CH 2 .OAc) =1.4.? 


1 


259 


.... 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


A., 147, 350 


vi., 336 












berg 






Ethylic dichlorbenzoate 


C 6 H 3 CLCOOEt =4.3.1 


) 


262-263 


Liquid 


11 


A., 152, 227 


vi., 312 


11 11 


' =4.2.1 


)j 


271 c. 


Liquid 


Beilstein 


B., 8, 435, 813 ; 


28, 1194 ; 29, 














A., 179, 283 


587 


Ethylic dichlorsalicylate 


C 6 H 2 Cl 2 .OH.COOEt =(?),.2.1 


C 9 H 8 C1A 




47 


Smith 


B., 11, 1226 




Xylylic chloride 


Me.Me.COCl =1.2.4 


c 9 H 9 ao 


234-236 


25-5-26-5 


Ador and Meier 


B., 12, 1970 


38, 252 


Methylic phenylchloraeetate 


Ph.CHCl.COOMe 


C 9 H 9 C1O 2 


248 c. ; p.d. 


Liquid 


Meyer and Boner 


B., 14, 2392 




Chlorethylic benzoate 


Ph.COO.C 2 H 4 Cl 


> 


260-270 


.... 




A., 113, 121 




n-Chlorhydratropic acid 


CH 2 Cl.CHPh.COOH 


5J 


.... 


78-74 


Merling 


A., 209, 20 


40, 1143 


ft- 11 11 


CH 3 CClPh.C!OOH 


> 


.... 


85 


Ladenburg 


B., 12, 948 




ft- 11 


J) 


I 


.... 


86-88 


Merling 


A., 209, 4 


40, 1143 


ft- 11 11 


> 


)) 




89 


Spiegel 


B., 14, 237 


40, 277 


Chlorphenylpropionic acid .... 


a.(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH) =1.2 


)1 


.... 


96-5 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2036 ; 


44, 1123 ; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 35 


661 


11 11 


=1.3 


) 


.... 


77-78 


11 


71 


11 


11 11 


=1.4 


H 


.... 


12Jf 


11 


JJ 


11 


11 11 


J> 





.... 


126 




A., 147, 95 




Ethylic chlorbenzoate 


COOEtCl =1.2 


51 


237-241 




Emmerling 


B., 8, 883 


28, 1261 


11 11 


>' )) 


3 


948 


.... 


.... 


A., 143, 96; 117, 
















153 




11 11 


=1.3 


)1 


238-242 


Liquid 


Kekul6 


B., 1861, 308 


vi., 311 


11 11 


; > 


1) 


S45 


* 


Limpricht & Uslar 


A., 102, 263 


i., 555 


Chlorbenzylic acetate 


C 6 H 4 Cl(CIL,.OAc)=1.4 


J 


240 


.... 


Neuhof 


Z. C. [2], 3, 467 


vi., 336 


Phenyl chlorlactic acid 


.... 


C 9 H 9 C10 3 


.... 


104 


.... 


A., 147, 79 




11 11 11 


.... 


J 


+H 2 


78-80 




11 




Chlortropic acid 


CH s (OH).C!ClPh.COOH 


)) 


.... 


128-130 


Ladenburg and 


B., 13, 377 


38, 472 












Eugheimer 






Ethylic chlorsalicylate 


COOEt.OH.Cl =1.2.4 or 5 


)1 





110 


Smith 


B., 11, 1227 




p-Cresol chloral 


C 6 H 4 .Me.OH + CC1 3 .COH 


Og-tlgC/ljjOj 


.... 


52-56 


Mazzara 


G. I., 13, 269 


46, 187 


Trichlorvalerolactic bntyr- 


.... 


C 9 H 10 C1 6 6 3 


300-310 


84-86 


.... 


A., 193, 48 




chloralide 
















Phenyl chlorcarbinol ethyl 


Ph.CHCl.OEt 


C 9 H n ClO 


210-212 




Hubner and Bente 


B., 6, 805 


27, 152 


oxide 
















Chlorbenzyl ethyl oxide 


C 6 H 4 Cl(CH 2 .OEt) =1.4 





.... 


Liquid 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1218 


38, 879 


11 11 11 


11 11 


JJ 


.... 


Liquid 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 85 


40, 808 


1, 11 1* 


11 11 


5) 


215-218 


Liquid 


Neuhof 


A., 147, 339 


11 


1< 11 11 


11 11 


)) 


215-220 


Liquid 


Naquet 


As., 2, 251 


v., 855 


11 11 11 


11 11 


1> 


215-220 


.... 


Beilstein and KUhl- 


A., 161, 335 


vi., 336 












berg 






a-Ethoxychlortoluene 


C 6 H 3 MeCl.OEt 


) 


210-220 


Liqxud 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 6, 164 ; 


vii., 867; 27, 














A., 168, 210 


55 


ft- 


11 


J 


210-220 


Liquid 


11 


11 


11 


Anhydrocamphoronic chloride 


.... 


C 9 H U C10 4 


.... 


130 


Kachler & Spitzer 


M. C, 6, 173 


48, 808 


Diethylic trichlorethylidene- 


CC1 3 .CH : C(COOEt) 2 


C 9 H U C1 3 4 


160-164 (23) 


Liquid 


Kommenos 


A., 218, 145 


46, 423 


malonate 
















Diethylic chlorethenyltricar- 


COOH.Ca(COOEt).CH 2 . 


C 9 H 13 C1O 6 


205-215 (160) 




Bischoff 


A., 214, 44 


44, 45 


boxylate 


COOEt 














Isobutylic chlorangelacetate 


.... 


C 9 H 15 C10 3 


235-240 




Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1497 


36, 42 






- 










3 c 



378 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference, 


"Watts' Diet. 
&J.Ch.Soc. 


Diethylic ethylchlormalonate 


Et.CCl (COOEt) 2 


C 9 H 15 C10 4 




Liquid 


Guthzeit 


A., 209, 232 


42,39 








)J 


228 


Liquid 


Conrad 


B., 14, 618 




Diethylic itachlorpyrotarta- 


C 3 H 5 Cl(COOEt) 2 





250-252 d. 


Liquid 


.... 


Z. C., 1866, 722 


vi., 980 


rate 
















Parachlorpropaldehyde 


.... 


C 9 H 15 CI 3 3 


170-175 


33-5 


Grimaux & Adam 


C. B., 92, 300 


40, 406 








(12-15) 










Pelargonpyl chloride 


C 8 H 17 .COC1 


C 9 H 17 C1O 


220 


.... 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 39, 207 


iv., 371 


Tetrachlornaphthaquinone .... 


C1 4 ; O 2 =a! a 2 ft $ 2 ; a, a 3 


C 10 H 2 C1 4 O 2 




160 u. c. 


Claus and Lippe 


B., 16, 1018 


44, 921 


Trichlornaphthaquinone 


CioH 3 Cl 3 . Oj 


C 10 H 3 C1 3 2 




250 


Claus and Spruck 


B., 15, 1404 


42,1211 





i 


>I 




250 


Claus and Lippe 


B., 16, 1017 




+xH,0 





n 




95 
















> 




95 


Claus and Spruck 


B., 15, 1404 


42, 1211 


/3-Dichlor-a-naphthaquinone 


c 10 H 4 ci 2 :o 2 


C 10 H 4 C1 2 O 2 


.... 


152-153 


Plagemami 


B., 15, 485 




"- -"- i) 





i 




188 


Carstanjen 


B., 2, 633 




a- ,, -- 


jj 







189 


Plagemann 


B., 15, 485 




a- ,j -<*- 


*> 


j 




189 


Graebe 


A., 149, 3 


vi., 853 


- -- 


j) 





.... 


190 


Darmstadter and 


B., 2, 114 














Wichelhaus 






Chlor-a-naphthaquinone 


c 10 H 5 a : o 2 


C 10 H 5 C10 2 




109-111 


Plagemann 


B., 15, 485 




Chlorhydroxynaphthoqui- 


C 10 H 4 C1(OH) : O 3 


C 10 H 5 C10 3 




200 


.... 


.... 


vi., 853 


none 
















Dichlor-a-naphthaquinol 


C 10 H 4 C1 2 (OH) 3 


10 H 6 C1 2 2 


.... 


135-140 d. 


Grsebe 


A., 149, 6 


vi., 857 


Diacetyltetrachlorquinol 


C 6 Cl 4 (OAc) 2 =(?) 4 .4.1 


C 10 H 6 C1 4 4 


.... 


245 





A., 146, 20 


vi., 988 


a-naphthoic chloride.... 


C 10 H 7 .COC1 


C 10 H 7 C10 


297-5 


Solid 


Hofmann 


: vl., 851 


Chlornaphthol 


Ci H 6 .Cl.OH=aj ; o 2 


J) 


.... 


57 


Claus and Ochler 


B., 15, 314 J 42, 736 


.... 


= /3 





.... 


68 


Schall 


B., 16, 1901 44, 1109 


.... 


= ?a 


)1 


.... 


109 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 18, 208 26, 70 





= 1.9 


ft 


.... 


115 


Claus and Zimmer- 


B., 14, 1484 


40, 915 












mann 






Mandelic chloralide 


Ph.CH.COO.CH(CCl 3 )O 


C 10 H 7 C1 3 3 


305-310 p. d. 


59 


Wallach 


B., 9, 1215 


31,60 


> 


.... 


n 


305-310 d. 


82-83 




A., 193, 40 




Diacetyltrichlorquinol 


C 6 HCl 3 (OAc) 2 =(?) 3 .4.1 


C 10 H 7 C1 3 4 




153 


Grsebe 


A., 146, 28 


vi., 988 


1 


.... 


C 10 H 8 C1 2 2 




195-196 


.... 


J. [1872], 424 




Diacetyl dichlorquinol 


<OAc) r Cl s =1.4.2.5 


C 10 H 8 C1 2 4 


.... 


138-140 


Schulz 


B., 15, 653 




H V 


)i 





.... 


Ul 


Levy and Schultz 


A., 210, 148 


42,509 


" 


=1.4.3.5 





.... 


66-5 


Levy 


B., 16, 1445 


44, 1117 


Methoxyphenylacryl chloride 


C,H 4 .OMe.(C,,H,,.COCl)=1.4 


C 10 H 9 C10 2 




abt. 50 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 792 


31, 410 


Diacetyl chlorquinol 


(OAc) 2 .Cl=1.4. 2 or 5 


C 10 H 9 C10 4 


.... 


72 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1427 


38, 888 


i i, .... .... 


)> 


) 




72 





A., 210, 140 


42,509 


)> 


Jl )> 


1J 


.... 


72 


Schulz 


B., 15, 654 




Chlormeconin.... . . 


.... 


1) 




175 


Anderson 


A., 98, 48 


iii., 863 




Ohloropianic acid 


C 6 H.(COH).Cl.(OMe) 2 .COOH 


C 10 H 9 C10 5 




210-211 


Prinz 


J. p., 24, 367 


42, 403 


Butyryl trichlorphenol 


(O.C 4 H 7 0).C1 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 10 H 9 C1 3 2 


272-275 u. c. 


Liquid 


Daccomo 


B., 18, 1163 


48, 889 


Pentachlorthymol 


.... 


C 10 H 9 C1 6 




98 


Lallemand 


A. C. [3], 49, 158 


v., 795 


Dichlornaphthalene aceto- 


C 10 H 6 Cl 2 .Cl 3 .OAc 


C 10 H 9 C1 6 2 




195 


Widmann 


B., 12, 1714 


38, 47 


chloride 
















Ethylic phenyldichloracetate 


Ph.CCl 2 .COOEt 


^ioSi Cl 3 O 3 


263-266 




Claisen 


B., 12, 630 


36, 648 


Glycerol benzodichlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 Cl 2 (OBz) 


)) 


222 (40-50) 






A., 138, 298 




Dichlorthymoquinone 
Dichlornaphthydreneglycol.... 


.... 


J 

H 




99 
155-156 


Andresen 


J. p. [2], 23, 176 
B. S., 18, 207; 


40, 590 














19, 396 




Dichlorethoxyquinone 
Ethylic dichlororsellinate .... 


CeC^OEt^O,, 
C 6 Me.COOEt.(OH) 2 Cl 2 


C 10 H 10 C1 2 4 

) 




107 
162 


Stenhouse 
Hesse 


23,6 
A., 117, 315 


vi., 989 
iv., 237 


Deriv. of Valeral 


.... 


C 10 H IO C1 4 


208-210 


.... 


Schroeder 


B., 4, 401 


24, 560; vii., 


Diethyl tetrachlorquinol .... 


QA(dBt), 


C 10 H 10 C1 4 2 




112 


Grtebe 


A., 146, 19 


1195 
vi., 988 


Chloranethol 


C 6 H 4 .C 3 H 4 C1.0Me=1.4 


C^H^CIO 


258 


6 


L/adenburg 


Z. C. [2], 5, 575 ; 


vi., 157 ; vii., 
















As., 8, 91 


72 


" >i 
Cuminyl chloride ! C 6 H 4 .Pr.COCl 

Benzylchlormalonamide ... CCl(CH 2 Ph)(CONH 2 ) 


u 

CioH n C10 2 


228-230 
256-258 
d. 210-220 


3-4 

abt. 80 


uandolph 
Cahours 
Bischoft' & Emmert 


C. R, 82, 226 
A. C. [3], 23, 347 
B., 15, 1113 


29, 705 
ii., 184 
42, 1208 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



379 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic chlortoluate 


COOEtMe.Cl=1.3.J 


C 10 H U C10 2 


260-265 






A., 144, 267 




Chlortolylpropionic acid 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H)ClMe=1.2. 


)> 




122-123 


Gerichten 


B., 11, 365 


34, 570 


Benzochlorhydrin 


C 3 H 5 (OH).C1.(OC 7 H 6 0) 


Ci HiiC10 3 




40 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 302 


i., 547 


Chlorhydroxythymoquinone 


C 6 MePr.OH.Ci:O 2 


j> 


.... 


122 


Ladenburgand En 


B., 10, 1222 


34,' 60 












gelbrecht 






Trichlorthymol 


Me.Pi-.OH.Cl 3 


C 10 H U C1 3 


250 


45 




A. C. [3], 49, 157 















61 




jj 


v., 795 


Diethyltrichlorquinol 


C 6 H(OEt) 2 Cl 3 =1.4.(?) 3 


Ci H n Cl 3 02 




68-5 


Grsebe 


A., 146, 28 


vi., 988 


? 


.... 


c )0 H 12 a 2 o 




98-99 


Auwers 


B., 17, 2978 


48, 381 


Diethylic dichlormuconate ... 


C 4 H 2 Cl 2 (COOEt) 2 


C 10 H 12 C1 2 4 




95-96 


Bell 


B., 12, 1273 




Deriv. of Valeral 


.... 


C 10 H 12 C1 6 O 


203-204 




Schroeder 


B., 4, 401 


a*, 559 


Trichlorcamphor 




Ci H 13 Cl 3 O 


.... 


54 


Cazeneuve 


C. R, 99, 609 


48, 59 


Dichlorcamphor 


.... 


C 10 H 14 C1 2 


263d. 


93 


D 


C. R, 94, 730 


48, 738 







J) 




96 


Cazeneuve&Didelo: 


C. B., 94, 1058 


42, 864 





Isomer 







77 ; si. 70 


Cazeneuve 


C. R, 94, 1360 


42, 1107 


Chlorcamphor 


.... 


C 10 H 15 C10 


244-247 


83-84 





C. R, 94, 1530 ; 


44, 214 ; 48, 58 














99, 609 




.... 




)J 




93-94 


SchiffandPuliti 


B., 16, 888 




3 , 




)I 


244-247 s. d. 


100 ; sf. 95 


Cazeneuve 


C. R, 95, 1358 


44, 599 


,, 




)> 




95 


Wheeler 


S. J. [2], 45, 48 


vi., 387 


Chlorhexylene diacetate 


C,H,a(OAo), 


C 10 H 5 C10 4 


140 (20) 


Liquid 


Natterer 


M. C., 5, 567 


48, 498 


Triethylic chlormethintricar- 


CCl(COOEt) 3 


C IO H 16 C10, 


210 (140) 


.... 


Conrad 


B., 14, 618 


40, 577 


boxylate 
















Camphor dichloride 


.... 


C 10 H 16 C1 2 O 


.... 


70 


Pfaundler 


B., 11, 364 


34, 586 


,, 









150-155 


Spitzer 





)> 


,, ,, .... 




) 




155-155-5 





B., 11, 1819 


36, 168 


Campholic chloride 


C 9 H| 7 .COC1 


C 10 H 17 C10 


222-226 


.... 




A., 126, 265 




1 




CioHisCljOj 




98 


Kekulo 


A., 162, 102, 309 


vii.,34;25,617 


Capryl chloride 


C 9 H 19 .COC1 


C 10 H 19 C10 


200-220 


Liquid 


Grimm 


A., 157, 272 


24, 361 ; vii., 
















249 


Hydrochloride of worm seed 


C 10 H 1S O.HC1 


5) 




30-35 


Hell and Eitter 


B., 17, 1977 


46, 363 


oil 
















Octylene acetochlorhydrin .... 


C 8 H 16 Cl.OAc 


C 10 H I9 C1O 2 


225 




Clermont 


A., 152, 322 


vi., 880 


Isovaleraldehyde +2HC1 .... 


(C 5 H 10 C1) 2 


C 10 H 20 C1 2 


180 




Bruylants 


B., 8, 414 




Terpenehydratedihydrochlor- 




C 10 H 20 C1 2 0(?) 




49 


Flavitzky 


B., 12, 2355 


38, 403 


ide 
















Diglycerol diethylchlorhydrin 


O : (C 3 H 5 )(OEt) 3 (OH)Cl 


C 10 H 21 C10 4 


285 


.... 


Reboul & Lourengo 


C. R, 52, 401 


ii., 894 


Dichlor-j3-naphthoic acid .... 


C 10 H 5 C1 2 .COOH 


CiiH Cl 2 O 2 


.... 


291 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1605 


46, 1361 


a-Naphthoyl chloride 


C 10 H-.COC1 = a 


C,,H 7 C1O 


297-5 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 1, 41 




- 


= 


)J 


304-306 


43 


Weith 


A., 180, 317 


30,86 


Dichloroxysacchulmide 




C n H 8 Cl 2 6 




d.w.m. 200 


Sestini 


G. I. [1882], 292 


42, 1182 


Ethylic acetylchlormecenate 


AcO.C 6 ClO (COOH) (COOEt) 


C n H,C10 7 




70 


Hilsebein 


J. p. [2], 32, 129 


48, 1203 


Diacetyltrichlortoluquinol .... 


C 6 MeCl 3 (OAc) 3 


C n H 9 Cl 3 4 


.... 


114 


Borgmann 


A., 152, 253 


vi., 1106 


Diacetyl-ru-dichlortoluquinol 


C 6 HMeCl 2 (OAc) 2 


CiiHioCl 2 O 4 




122-124 


Southworth 


A., 168, 271 


27, 62 


Valeryltrichlorphenol 


(O.C 5 H 9 0).C1 3 = 1.2.4.6 


CnH u Cl g O, 


281-284 u.c. 


Liquid 


Daccomo 


B., 18, 1163 


48, 889 


Isobutylic dichlorsalicylate.... 


COOBuP.OH.Clj = 1.2.(?) 2 


C H H 12 C1 2 O 3 




188 


Smith 


B., 11, 1226 




Diethyltrichlortoluquinol .... 


C 6 MeCl 3 (OEt) 2 


3irH M Ca,O| 




107 


Borgmann 


A., 152, 254 


vi., 1106 


Camphocarboxy lie chloride .... 


C 10 H 14 .OH.COC1 


CnH.^lO, 




44 


Kachler and Spitzer 


B., 13, 1413 


38, 892 


Triethylic chlorethenyltricar- 


C 2 H 2 Cl(COOEt) 3 


C U H 17 C10 6 


290 p.d. 




Bischoff 


B., 13, 2162 


40, 156 


boxylate 
















Glycerolchloracetyltriacetin 


C 3 H 5 (OAc) 3 .AcCl 


C n H 17 C10 7 


240 (20) 






Z. C. [1866], 513 




Triglycerolacetotetrachlorhy- 


2 (C 3 H 5 ) 3 (OAc)Cl 4 


CnH 18 Cl 4 O 4 


230 (20) 











drin 
















Diethylic isobutylchlormalo- 


C 4 H 9 .CCl(COOEt)., 


c ll a ll cio 4 


845 




Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 600 


38, 629 


nate 
















!) !> 





jj 


245-247 




Guthzeit 


A., 209, 237 


42,40 


Octochlordiphenol 


C 12 C1 8 (OH) 3 


C 12 H 2 C1 8 2 




233-5-234-5 


Weber & Sollscher 


B., 16, 884 




Tetrachlor-y-diphenol 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 (OH).C 6 H 2 C1 2 (OH) 


C 12 H 6 C1 4 2 




233 


Magati 


B., 13, 227 


38, 644 


Tetrachlorquinhydrone 




C 12 H 6 C1 4 4 




120 


.... 


A., 69, 316 




+2H 2 
















From naphthalene 


C 10 H 6 CI 2 (OAc).Cl., 


C 12 H 9 C1 6 2 




195 


Widmann 


B., S. [2], 28, 507 


32,900 


Diethylic tetrachlorphthalate 


C 6 (COOEt) 2 .Cl 4 = 1.2.3.4.5.6 


C 12 H 10 C1 4 4 




60 


Grebe 


B., 16, 861 




3 c 2 



380 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethylic tetrachlorphthalate 


C,,Cl 4 .COO.C(OEt) 2 = 1.2.(?) 4 


C 12 H 10 C1 4 4 




124 


Graebe 


B., 16, 861 




Cumenylacrylcliloride 


C 6 H 4 .Pr(C 2 H 2 .COCl 


C 12 H 13 C10 


.... 


abt. 25 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 790 


31, 399 


Diethylic chlorisophthalate... 


(COOEt) 2 .Cl= 1.3.5 


C 12 H 13 C10 4 


.... 


abt. 45 


Baeyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 514 


42, 1296 


Thymol chloral 


C 6 H 3 .Me.Pr.OH + OC1 3 .COH 


C 12 H 15 C1 3 O 2 




130-134 


Mazzara 


G. I., 13, 269 


46, 187 


? 




C 12 H 25 C10 4 


275-285 


.... 




A. C. [3], 67, 310 




Lauryl chloride 


0] 1X123.0001 


C 12 H 23 C1O 


142-5 (15) 


17 


Krafft and Burger 


B., 17, 1378 


46, 1125 


Dichlordiphenylene ketoue ... 


C.H 3 Cl.CO.CjH 3 Cl = 1.4.5 ; 


C I3 H 6 CL,0 (?) 


.... 


103-104 


Hodgkinson and 


43, 171 






5.4.1 








Matthews 






>l 


!I 







158 


? 


43, 170 




Benzoxytrichlorpheuol 


OBz.Cl 3 = 1.2.4.6 


C 13 H 7 C1 3 2 




70 


Daccomo 


B., 18, 1164 


48, 889 


Chlordiphenyl ketone 


Ph.CO.C c H 4 Cl 


C 13 H 9 C1O 


a. 300 


75-5-76 


Kollarits and Merz 


B., 6, 547 


vii., 939 ; 
















26, 1036 


Benzoxychl orbenzene 


C 6 H 4 C!.OBz 


C 13 H 9 C1O 2 




87 




A., 53, 96 


i., 554 


Ethylic dichlor-/3-naphthoate 


C 10 H 6 Cl 2 .COOEt. 


C 13 H 10 C1 2 2 




66 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1605 


46, 1362 


Benzyloxychlorbenzene 


C 6 H 5 .CH 2 .O.C 6 H 4 .C1 


C 13 H U C1O 


... 


70-71 




A., 161, 345 


vii., 180 


.... 





JJ 




71-71-5 


Sintenis 


B., 4, 700 


24, 909 


Ethylic chlor-a-naphthoate .... 


C 10 H 6 Cl.COOEt 


CuHudo, 




42 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1604 


46, 1361 


Chlorhydrin of ethylic aceto- 


OHPhCl.CHAc.COOEt or 


C 13 H 15 C10 3 




41 


Claisen & Matthews 


A., 218, 170 


46, 443 


benzilidene acetate 


CH 2 Ph.CAc01.COOEt 














n 


j 


>? 


... 


71 





!> 


tt 


Penta-chloranthraquinone .... 


.... 


C 14 H 3 C1 5 2 




w.m. 


Diehl 


B., 11, 181 


34, 430 


Tetra- 


.... 


C 14 H 4 C1 4 2 




320-330 


j 


B., 11, 180 


34, 429 


n 


c 6 a 4 :(co) 2 :c 6 H 4 







191 


Kircher 


B., 17, 1167 


46, 1039, 1040 


Tetrachloralizarin 


C 14 H 2 C1 4 (OH) 2 :0 2 


C H H 4 C1 4 4 




260 


Diehl 


B., 11, 189 




Trichloranthraquinone 


.... 


c 14 H 5 a 3 o 2 


.... 


284-290 


)> 


B., 11, 180 


34, 429 


Pentachloroxytolidene 


.... 


C 14 H 5 C1 5 2 


.... 


187-190 




A., 153, 128 




Dichloranthraquinone 




C 14 H 6 C1 2 2 




261 


Kircher 


B., 17, 1169 


46, 1040 


Dichloralizarin 


c, 4 H 4 ci 2 (OH) 3 :o 2 


C 14 H 6 C1 2 4 


... 


208-210 


Diehl 


B., 11, 188 


34, 428 


Acetyloctochlordiquiuol 


C 6 Cl 4 (OH) J .C 6 Cl 4 (OAc)(OH) 


C 14 H 6 C1 8 S 




230 


Hesse 


A., 114, 294 


iii., 216 


Ohloralizarin . .. 


C 14 H 5 C1(OH) 2 :0 2 


C 14 H 7 C10 4 




244-248 


Diehl 


B., 11, 187 


34, 428 




Trichlorxytolidene 


.... 


C 14 H 7 C1 3 2 




87 


* 


A., 153, 128 





Anthraquinone dichloride .... 


C { H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CC1 2 


C 14 H 8 CL,0 




132-133 


Thorner and Zincke 


B., 10, 1479 


34, 231 


Phenanthradichlorketone .... 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CO.CC1 2 


H 




165 


Lachowicz 


B., 16, 331 


44, 667 


Octochlorethyldiquinol 


C 6 Cl 4 (OH) 2 .C 6 Cl 4 (OEt)(OH) 


Cijifajo. 




236 


Hesse 


A., 114, 292 


iii., 216 


Chlorphenanthrene 


.... 


c 14 H 9 ao 


.... 


122-123 


Lachowicz 


J. p. [2], 28, 168 


46,82 


Chloroxytolidene 


.... 


C J4 H 9 C1O 2 




57-58 




A., 153, 127 




Benzoylbenzenyl trichloride 


C 6 H 4 .Bz.C01 3 = 1.4 


C 14 H 9 C1 3 O 


.... 


107-107-5 


Thorner 


B., 9, 483 


30, 198 





)! 


)) 




111-111-5 


j) 


A., 189, 92 


34, 68 


Benzoylbenzylene dichloride 


C f ,H 4 .Bz.CHCl 2 = 1.4 


C 14 H 10 C1 2 


.... 


94-95 


J) 


B., 9, 483 ' 


30, 197 





>i 


)J 


.... 


a.s. 85-86 


)) 


A., 189, 91 


34,68 


Clilorbenzil .... 


.... 


)) 




71 


Ziniu 


A., 119, 177 


vi., 305 




DichlordiacetoxjTiaphthalene 


C 10 H 4 Cl 2 (OAc) 2 


C 14 H 10 C1 2 4 




236 


Grsebe 


A., 149, 7 


vi., 857 


Benzoylbeuzyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 .Bz.CH 2 Cl = 1.4 


C^HuClO 


.... 


97-98 


Thorner 


B., 9, 482 


30, 197 


)> 


) 


>j 




a.a. 93-94 




A., 189, 89 


34, 68 


Chlorbenzilic acid 


.... 


C 14 H U C10 2 


270 




Cahours 


A. C. [3], 23, 350 


i., 915 


Diphenoltrichlorethane 


CC1,.CH(C 6 H 4 .OH), 


C 14 H n Cl 3 3 




202 d. 


Meer 


B., 7, 1201 


28, 158 


Tetracetoxydichlorbenzene .... 


C 6 Cl 2 (OAc) 4 


C 14 H 12 C1,0 8 




235 


Grsebe 


A., 146, 34 


vi., 990 


Diaeetoxydichlordihydro- 


C 10 H 6 Cl(OAc) 2 


C 14 H 14 C1 2 4 




130-131 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 18, 208 


26, 69 


naphthalene 
















Diethylic benzylchlormalo- 
nate 


(Ph.CH 2 .CCl(COOEt) 2 


C 14 H 17 C10 4 


305 p.d. 


Liquid 


Conrad 


B., 13, 2159 


40, 168 


Chlorthymyldiacetate 


C 6 HClMePr(OAc) 2 


)) 




87-88 


Schulz 


B., 15,657 


42, 838 


Ostruthin hydrochloride 
Anthraquinone carboxyl 
chloride 


C 14 H 17 O 2 .HC1 

c 14 H 7 :o.,.coci 


C^H^CIO^O 

c ls H 7 eio 3 




100 

147 


Gorup-Besanez 
Liebermann and 
Glock 


A., 183, 321 
B., 17, 889 


31, 717 
46, 1188 


Benzylidenephenyl ketone 
hydrochloride 


CHPhCl.CHj.CO.Ph 
or CHjPh.CH01.CO.Ph 


C 1S H 13 C10 


quick heat 
slow heat 


119-120 
110-112 


Claisen and Clapa- 
rede 


B., 14, 2464 


42, 512 


Trichlorsantonin 




TT 
















C 15 H 15 C1 3 O 3 




213 


.... 


B. S., 5, 202 


v., 191 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING POUR ELEMENTS. 



381 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Metasantonic chloride 


.... 


C 15 H 19 C10 3 


.... 


139 


Cannizzaro and 


G. I., 8, 309 


36, 331 












Valente 






Santonic chloride 


.... 


}J 


.... 


170-171 






n 


Alantic chloride 


C 14 H 20 (OH).OOC1 


C 15 H 31 C10 2 


.... 


140 d. 


Kallen 


B., 9, 156 


29, 917 


Myristyl chloride 


C 14 H 2 -.COC1 


C 1S H 27 C10 


168 (15) 


1 


Krafft and Burger 


B., 17, 1379 


46, 1125 


Ciruicyl chloride 


.... 


JJ 


.... 


abt. 44 


Carius 


A., 114, 154 


I., 964 


Dichlordiphthalyl 


.... 


C 16 H 6 C1 2 4 


.... 


248 


Ador 


A., 164, 245 


26,68; vii., 980 


Dicacetoxyoctochlordipheuyl 


C,Cl 4 (OAc).C 6 Cl 4 (OAc) 


C 16 H 6 C1 8 4 




193-194 


Weber & Sollscher 


B., 16, 885 




Dichlor-n-naphthylene pheu- 


fr. C,H 4 .O.C I H. 


C 16 H 8 C1 2 




245 


Arx 


B., 13, 1727 


40, 282 


ylene oxide 


1 ' 














Diphthalyldichloride 


(.CC1.C 6 H 4 .CO.O) 2 =(1.2) 


C 16 H 8 CI 2 O 4 


... 


245 


Grsebe and Schmal 


A., 228, 126 


48, 798 




p i 
























zigang 






1 




C 16 H 9 C1 3 5 




17 


Ador 


A., 164, 229 


26,69; vii., 981 


Hydropiperom chloride 


C 7 H 5 2 .CHC1.CHC1.C 7 HA 


C 16 H 12 C1 2 4 


.... 


198 


Kemsen and Fittig 


A., 159, 132 


vi., 949 ; 24, 
















935 


1 


.. 


C 16 H 12 C1 4 O 2 


.... 


109-110 


.... 


A., 195, 371 




Ethyloxanthranyl chloride .... 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CClEt 


C 16 H 13 C10 




88-89 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 459 


40, 609 












Landshoff 






,, .. 










88-89 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 87 


42, 862 






C H CIO 




117 


Stadel 


B.,9,1759;13,83 


31, 459 


8- 




16 13 3 




154-155 












J) 










H 


Carboxylphenylmethyltri- 


Me.e e H 4 .C 2 HCl 3 .C 8 H 4 .COOH 


C 16 H 13 C1A 




173-174 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1192 


28, 155 


chlorethane 
















Dichlorhydrocoerulignone .... 


C 12 H 2 Cl 2 (OMe) 4 (OH) 2 


C 16 H 16 C1 2 6 




220 


Hayduck 


B., 9, 929 


30, 516 


Dulcitol aceto-chlorhydrin .... 


.... 


CuB-aClO.,, 




160 


.... 


A. C. [4], 27, 154 




Tetrethylic chlorethyl acetyl- 


(COOEt) 2 CCl.CEt(COOEt) 2 


C 16 H 25 C10 8 


d. 


Liquid 


Bischoff and Each 


B., 17, 2786 


48, 244 


ene tetracarboxylate 
















Palmityl chloride 


C 15 H 31 .COC1 


C 16 H 3 ,C10 


192'5(15)s.d 


12 


Krafft and Burger 


B., 17, 1379 


46, 1125 











.... 


50 


Villier 


B., 9, 1932 




Cetene chlorhydrin 


C 16 H 32 C1(OH) 


C 16 H 33 C10 


abt. 300 


b. 15 


Carius 


A., 126, 201 


vi., 421 


Leucogallol +2H 2 O 


.... 


C 18 H,,C1 12 O 12 


.... 


104 d. 


Stenhouse & Grove 


A., 179, 240 


28, 709 






C, a H,Cl,,O, n 




109 p.d. 




A., 179, 237 


28, 707 


Phthalyltrichlorphenol 


c 6 H 4 :o 2 :(o.c 6 H 2 ci 3 ) 2 =i.2 


is 7 H 10 

C 18 H 8 CLp 4 


>. 


193-194 


Daccomo 


B, 18, 1164 


48, 889 




(1.2.4.6) 2 














Chlordehydrobenzoylacetic 


cci : c : cph.o.GPh : C.COOH 


C 18 H U C10 3 


.... 


150-151 


Perkin 


47, 293 




acid 
















Tetrachlorhydropolyporic 


.... 


C 18 H 14 C1 4 4 


.... 


108 




A., 195, 372 




acid 
















Diacetoxyphenyltrichlor- 


CCl 3 .CH(C 6 H 4 .OAc) 2 


C 18 H 15 C1 3 4 


.... 


138 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1202 


28, 158 


ethane 
















From benzoic ether .... 


.... 


C 18 H 16 Cl e O 3 


188-190 


* 


Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 70, 374 


i., 567 


Isobutyl oxanthranyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CClBu/3 


C I8 H 17 C10 


.... 


78 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 87 


42, 862 . 


,1 I! 








.... 


78 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 463 


40, 610 












Walder 






? 


.... 


C 18 H 17 C10 3 


.... 


57 


Limpricht and 


A., 160, 177 


25, 137 












Schwanert 






Tetrachlorcarotin 


.... 


C 13 H =0 C1 4 


.... 


120 




A., 117, 228 




Dichlorole'ic acid 


.... 


C 13 H 32 C1 2 O 2 


begins 190 


.... 


Lefert 


J. Ph. [3], 24, 113 


iv., 194 


Stearyl chloride 


17 3 


C.gHjjClO 


215 (15) d. 


23 


Krafft and Burger 


B., 17, 1380 


46, 1126 


Isoamyl oxanthranyl chloride 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CC1.C 6 H U 


c, 9 H 19 ao 


.... 


85 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 459 


40, 609 




i p 
























Landshoff 






Dichlor-a-dinaphthaleue 


.... 


C 20 H 10 C1 2 O 


.... 


150-151 


Knecht & Unzeitig 


B., 13, 1725 




oxide 
















-- 


.... 





.... 


245 





B., 13, 1726 


40, 281 


Fluorescein chloride 


c 6 H 4 :(co.c (i H 3 ci) 2 :o 


C 2 ,H 10 C1 2 O 3 


.... 


252 


Baeyer 


A., 183, 18 


31, 198 


,, .... 





n 




252 u.c. 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1212 


28, 159 


Dibenzoyltetrachlorquinol .... 


C 6 Cl 4 (OBz) 2 =1.2.4.5.3.6 


C 20 H 10 C1 4 O 4 


.... 


230 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1429 


38, 888 





!, . 





.... 


233 





A., 210, 156 


42,510 


trichlororesorcinol 


C 6 HCl,(OBz), =(?) 2 .4.3.1 


C 20 H n Cl 3 4 




133 


Reinhard 


J. p. [2], 17, 346 


4,727 


trichloroquinol .... 


=5.3.2.4.1 





.... 


174 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1429 


8, 888 


j " 


,, 


- 


.... 


174 


.. 


A., 210, 153 


42,510 



382 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet' 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


a-Dichlorphenylanthranol .... 


.... 


0^0,0 




abt. 170 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 95 


38, 656 


Phenol phthalein chloride ... 


C,H 4 (CO.C 6 H 4 C1) 2 


C 20 H 12 C1 2 2 


.... 


155-156 


j> 


B., 9, 1233 


31, 308 


phthalidein chloride 


see B., 9, 1238 


)) 




156 


)j 


B., 9, 1236 


31, 309 


Phthalin of fluorescem chlo- 


0(C 6 H 3 C1) 2 : CH.C 6 H 4 .COOH 


C 20 H 12 C1 2 3 


.... 


226 





A., 212, 352 


42, 1097 


ride 


=(1.1.1), ; 1.2 














?> 


) 


J> 


.... 


229-230 u.c. 


Fischer 


B., 7, 1213 


28, 159 


?> i 


.... 





.... 


229-230 


Baeyer 


A., 183, 21 


31, 198 


Dibenzoyl-dichlorquinol 


(OBz) 2 .Cl 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 20 H 12 C1 2 4 




105 


Levy 


B., 16, 1446 


44, 1117 


j> > 


=1.4.3.2 or 6 


)) 


.... 


185 


.... 


A., 210, 149 




-dichlororesorcinol 


=1-3.(0, 







127 


Reiuhard 


J. p. [2], 17, 335 


34, 726 


-chlororesorcinol .... 


(OBz) a .Cl=1.3J 


C 20 H 13 C10 4 




98 


)> 


J. p. [2], 17, 327 


j> 


-chlorquinol 


=1-4-5 







130 


Levy and Schultz 


B., 13, 1428 


38, 888 





J) )> 


>* 


.... 


130 


j) 


A., 210, 142 


42, 509 


Phenol hydrophthalidin chlo- 


C,H,C1.CH(OH).C,H 4 .CH. 


C 2U H 14 C1 2 O 


.... 


56 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 97 


38, 656 


ride 


CfffZ 














Dichlortriphenylmethane car- 


(C,H 4 C1) 2 CH.C 6 H 4 .COOH 


C2oHi 4 01 2 O 2 


.... 


195 


i) 


A., 202, 84 


38, 655 


boxylic acid 
















> 





)> 


.... 


205-206 


)> 





j) 


i 


.... 


C 20 H 15 C1 3 O 2 




137 


Liebermann 


B., 6, 953 


26, 1242 ; vil., 
















1061 


Dichloracetyl-hydroccerulig- 


C 12 H 2 Cl 2 (OMe) 4 (OAc) 2 


C 20 H 20 C1 2 O 8 




172 


Hayduck 


B., 9, 929 


30, 516 


none 
















Arachidyl chloride 


j g Jj-gg. OOO1 


CjoH^ClO 


.... 


66-67 


Tassinari 


B., 11, 2031 


36, 307 


Benzene resorcinphthale'in 


C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 CPh.C 6 H 4 .COO 


C2iH 15 Cl 3 O 4 


Cryst.(fr. 


113-114 


Pechmann 


B., 14, 1860 




















+CHC1 3 






CHC1 3 ) 










Glycerol stearochlorhydrin .... 


C,H 5 (C 1 A,0)a(OH) 


C 21 H 4I C10 3 




28 


Berthelot 


A. C. [3], 41, 225 


v., 425 


Dithymol trichlorethane 


CCl 3 .CH(C 6 H 2 Me.Pr.OH) 2 


C 22 H 27 C1 3 O 2 


+C 3 H 6 


194 


Jager 


B., 7, 1197 


31, 262 


Naphthalfluorescem dichlo- 


.... 


C 24 H 12 C1 2 O 3 


.... 


283 


Terrisse 


A., 227, 133 


48, 667 


ride 
















Dibenzoxydichlortetrahydro- 


C 10 H 4 .H 4 .(OBz) 2 .Cl 2 


C.yH^CLO, 


.... 


148-150 


.... 


B. S., 18, 208 




naphthalene 
















Dibenzoyldichlorthymoquinol 


C 6 Cl 2 Me.Pr.(OBz) 2 


C 24 H 20 C1 2 4 


.... 


190-191 


Schulz 


B., 15, 658 


42, 838 


Dibenzoylchlorthymoquinol 


C 6 HCl.Me.Pr.(OBz) 2 


C 24 H 21 C10 4 




116-118 










1 




C 24 H 25 C10 4 


184-186 


Liquid 


Boquillon 


J. P. [5], 11, 654 


48, 962 


Dithymoltrichlorethane 


CCl 3 .CH(C 6 H 2 MePr.OH)., 


C 2 .iH 33 Cl 3 O 3 


.... 


194 


Jager 


B., 7, 1197 


31, 262 




+C 2 H 6 














Lignocerylchloride .... 


CggH.^' COC1 


C 24 H 47 C1O 




48-50 


Hell and Hermann 


B., 13, 1720 


40, 250 


Diacetyl dichlorcatechin 


C 21 H 16 Cl 2 7 (OAc) 2 


C 25 H 22 Cl 2 O n 


.... 


169 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 695 


40,53 












Tauchert 






Heptachlorcholesterin 


.... 


C 26 H 37 C1 2 


.... 


60 




A., 59, 110 




Octochlorlepidine 


.... 


C 28 H 12 CI 8 O 




97 


Dorn 


Z. C. [2], 5, 597 


vi., 781 


Hexa- 


.... 


c*a l4 cif) 




80-90 





A., 155, 356 


)} 


Penta- 


.... 


C M H 1S C1 5 




186 





A., 155, 355 





Chloride of diphenic anhy- 


.... 


cH 16 aA 


.... 


128 


Graebe and Men- 


B., 13, 1304 


38, 812 


dride 










sching 






Dichlorlepidine 


.... 


C 28 H 1S C1 2 


.... 


156 


Dorn 


Z. C., 2 [5], 597 


vi., 781 


,, 


.... 


)> 




169 


Zinin 


B., 5, 1106 


26, 489 


Isodichlorlepidine 


.... 


JJ 




166 


j> 


B., 8, 696 


28, 1005 


Dichloroxylepidine 


.... 


C^H^C^O, 




178 


Dorn 


Z. C., 2 [5], 597 


vi., 781 


j) 


.... 


)) 




202 


Zinin 


B., 5, 1106 


26, 489 





.... 


>j 


.. 


230 





B., 8, 696 


28, 1005 


Chlorlepidine 




CjsHuClO 




143-146 


Dorn 


A., 153, 355 




Chloroxylepidine 


.... 


CWH 19 C10 2 




185 


Ziniu 


B., 5, 1105 


26, 489 


Hydrodichloroxylepidine 


.... 


C^HjoClA 


.. 


261 





B., 8, 696 


28, 1005 


Dichloroxylepidine .... 


.... 


L Og rl ogOl oOg 




182 


3J 


i) 


) 


From Isohydrobenzoin an- 




C^H-aClO 




153 


Breuer and Zineke 


A., 198, 168 


38, 117 


hydride 





















C 23 H 24 C1 2 0(!) 


.... 


87(?) 


)) JT 


)1 


) 


From quassin 




C 32 H 39 C1 5 O 3 




119d. 


Oliver! and Denaro 


G. I., 15, 6 


48, 907 


Glyceroklipalmitochlorkydrii 


C 3 H 5 .C1.(O.C 16 H 31 0) 2 


C 35 H W C10 4 




44 


Villier 


B., 9, 1933 




Tetrachlorabictic acid 


.... 


C^4H 60 Cl4O 5 




124 




J., 1861, 391 




Chlorobastin .... 




f 1 TT PI A 




b-i f\r\ 


/~1 1 "D 


.41 i no 








i-'alib^lcUd 




. 100 


Uross and _t>evan 


rtlj lUi/ 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



383 



(4.) CHC1S, CHClSe, and CHClTe. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch.Soc. 


Dichlorthiophene 




C 4 H 2 C1 2 S 


170 




Weitz 


B., 17, 795 


46, 1130 


Octochlorethyl sulphide 


(C 2 HC1 4 ) 2 S 


C 4 H 2 C1 8 S 


160 p.d. 




Riche 


A. C. [3], 43, 297 


ii., 546 


)! 








160 p.d. 




Begnault 


A. C. [2], 71, 406 




i) 11 




)j 


217-222 




Eiche 


A., 92, 360 




Chlorthiophene 


.... 


C 4 H 3 C1S 


130 


.... 


Weitz 


B., 17, 794 


46, 1130 


Hexachlorethyl sulphide .... 


(C 2 H 2 C1 3 ) 2 S 


C 4 H 4 C1 6 S 


189-192 


.... 


Eiche 


A., 92, 359 


ii., 545 


Tetrachlorethyl sulphide .... 


(C 2 H 3 C1 2 ) 2 S 


C 4 H 6 C1 4 S 


167-172 


.... 





A. C., 43, 297 


! 


Chlorphenylsulphhydrate .... 


C 6 H 4 C1.SH 


C 6 H 5 C1S 




53-54 


Glutz 


A., 143, 109 


vi., 919 


Dichlor-;3-ethylthiophene ... 


C 4 SHCL..Et 


C 6 H 6 C1 2 S 


235-237C 


Liquid 


Bonz 


B., 18, 551 


48, 767 


Chlorbenzyl sulphhydrate .... 


C 6 H 4 C1(CH 2 .SH)=1.4 


C 7 H 7 C1S 




19(?) ; 19-20 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1218 ; 


38, 879 ; 40, 














A. C. J., 2, 167 


807 


)i i) 


J 





.... 


77-78 


Beilstein 


A, 161, 348 




> * 


JT 


) 




84-85 





>i 




i> u 


)J )> 


)1 




84-85 


Neuhof 


A, 147, 346 




Dithienyl dichlorethylene .... 


CCL, : C(C 4 H 3 S) 2 


CioH 6 CI 2 S 2 




Liquid 


Peter 


B., 17, 1343 


46, 1001 


trichlorethane .... 


CC1 3 .CH(C 4 H 3 S) 2 


C 10 H 7 C1 3 S 2 




76 





B., 17, 1342 


)1 


? 


.... 


^10^20^*2^2 


240-250 


.... 


Guthrie 


A, 121, 108 


v., 1077 


Dichlorphenyl sulphide 


(C 6 H 4 C1) 2 S 


(_y| 2 -D. 8 01 2 O 




88-89 


Krafts 


B., 7, 1165 


28, 153 


Dichlorphenyl disulphide .... 


(C 6 H 4 C1) 2 S 2 


C 12 H 9 C1 2 S 2 




71 


Glutz 


A., 143, 111 


vi., 919 


Chlorbenzyl sulphide 


(C 6 H 4 C1.CH 2 ) 2 S=? 


C 14 H 13 01 2 S 




Liquid 


Pauly 


A, 167, 187 




i 


=(1-4), 





.... 


42 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1217 


38, 879 


disulphide 


(C 6 H 4 C1.CH 2 ).,S 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 14 H, 2 C1 2 S 2 


.... 


59 





A. C. J., 2, 166 


40, 807 


Dichlorthionessal 


.... 


C 23 H 19 C1 2 S 


.... 


219 


Dorn 


A., 153, 351 


vi., 1087 


Dimethyl selenio-dichloride 


Me 2 Sea 2 


C 2 H 6 Cl 2 Se 


d. 70 


59-5 


Jackson 


B., 8, 110 


28, 553 


Dimethyl telluro-dichloride ... 


MejTeCL, 


C.,H 6 Cl 2 Te 


.... 


97-5 


Wohler and Dean 


A., 93, 233 


iii, 992 



(5.) CHC1N. 



Triehlorguanidine 




CH 2 C1 3 N 3 




115-120 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 731 


27, 1097 












batow 






Methyl nitrogen dichloride.... 


CHj-NCl, 


CH3C1JN 


59-60 u.c. 


Liquid 


Kohler 


B., 12, 771 


36, 781 


Formamidiue hydrochloride 


NH:CH.NH 2 +HC1 


CH 5 C1N., 


.... 


81 


Gautier 


A, 145, 118 










)J 


.... 


81 


Claisen & Matthews 


B., 16, 310 


41, 266 


Methylamine hydrochloride . 


NH 2 Me+HCl 


CH.C1N 




abt. 100 


Wurtz 


C.E.,28,223&322 


iii., 997 


Dichloracetonitril 


CHC1 2 .CN 


C 2 HC1 2 N 


112-113 


.... 


Bisschopinck 


B., 6, 732 


26, 1128 


.... 


.... 


(C 2 HC1 2 N), 


.... 


69-70 


Weddige & Korner 


J. p. [2], 31, 176 


48, 739 


Chloracetonitril 


OH 2 C1.CN 


C 2 H 2 C1N 


126-127 p.d. 


.... 


Engler 


B., 6, 1003 


27,76 


.... .... 


)) 





123-124 


.... 


Bisschopinck 


B., 6, 732 


26, 1128 


Ethyl nitrogen dichloride .... 


C 2 H 5 .NC1 2 


C 2 H 5 01 3 N 


91 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 30, 474 


ii., 558 





)J 





88-89 (762) 


liquid 30 


Tscherniak 


B., 9, 147 


29, 913 





)) 


J 


86-91 


.... 


Kohler 


B., 12, 771 


36, 781 


Dichlorethylamine 


CH 2 C1.CHC1.NH 2 


)J 


.... 


136 


Abeljanz 


B., 4, 986 


25, 607 


Hydrogen cyanide sesqui- 


2HCN+3HC1 


C 2 H 5 C1 3 N 3 


.... 


180 d. 


Claisen & Matthews 


B., 16, 309 




hydrochloride 
















Acetamidine hydrochloride.... 


NH:CMe.NH,+HCl 


2 H 7 C1N 2 


.... 


164-165 


Pinner 


B., 17, 178 


46, 723 


Ethylamine hydrochloride .... 


NHjEt+HCl 


C 2 H,C1N 




abt. 80 


Kohler 


B., 12, 1871 







) 





315-320 


76-80 


Wurtz 


C. B., 28, 223, 323 


ii., 557 


? 


HCN+(CN) 2 Clj 


C 3 HC1 2 N 3 


20 


.... 


i) 


A, 44, 308; 79,280 


ii., 280 


a-Dichlorpropionitril 


CH 3 .CC1 2 .CN 


C 3 H 3 C1 2 N 


104-107 




Otto 


A., 116, 199 


ii.,532;iv.,736 





is 





103-107 


Liquid 


Backunts and Otto 


B., 9, 1593 


31, 298 


JT .... 


)T 


)1 


105 


Liquid 


>! 











.... 


(C 3 H 3 C1 2 N) U 


.... 


73-5 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 10, 263 


32, 182 


I: 


.... 


)) 


.... 


73-5 


)i 


B., 10, 2040 


34, 285 





.... 


J 




74-5 


Otto 


A., 116, 199 


ii.,532; iv.,736 



384 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Chlorpropionitril 


CH 3 .CHC1.CN 


C 3 H 4 C1N 


121-122 


Liquid 


Backunts and Otto 


B., 9, 1592 


31, 298 


Propionitril hydrochloride ... 


C 2 H 5 .CN+HC1 


C 3 H 6 C1N 


.... 


121 


Gautier 


C. R., 63, 921 


vi., 524 


Propionamidine hydrochlo- 


NH:CEtNH 2 +HCl 


C 3 H 9 C1N 2 


d. 230 


133 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1484 


36,47 


ride 
















jj 


) 


JJ 




129 


Pinner 


B., 17, 178 


46, 723 


Isodimethyl fonnamidine 


NH:CH.NMe 2 +HCl 


JJ 


.... 


168-169 


*? 


B., 16, 1650 


44, 1090 


hydrochloride 
















Propylamine hydrochloride... 


Me(CH 2 ) 2 .NH 2 +HCl 


C 3 H 10 C1N 


.... 


a. 100 + 


Mendius 


A., 121, 129 


v., 891 


jj >j 


n 


JJ 


.... 


139-5 


Gautier 


C. R., 67, 723 


vi., 966 





jj 


JJ 


.... 


156-158 


Linnemann 


A., 161, 43 


25, 236 


Tetrachlorpyrroline 


.... 


C 4 HC1 4 N 


.... 


110 d. 


Ciamician & Silber 


B., 16, 2391 


46, 292 


a-Chlorcrotonitril 


CH 3 .CH:CC1.CN 


C 4 H 4 C1N 


136 


Liquid 


Sarnow 


B., 5, 470 


25, 690 


Chloroxalmethyline 




C 4 H 5 C1N 2 


204-S05 


Liquid 


Wallach 


A,, 184, 53 


32, 185 


,, 


... 


1 


205 


.... 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 14, 422 


40, 572 


Ethylcyanide -f cyanogen- 


Et.CN+CNCl 


JJ 


60-68 




Henke 


A., 106, 289 


il., 280 


chloride 
















Trichlorbutylidenimide 


CCl 3 .CH 2 .CH i ,CH:NH 


C 4 H 6 C1 3 N 


d. 192 


164-165 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1491 


36,42 


ji ... 


i) 


1J 




169-170 


Schiff 


B., 11, 2167 


36, 452 


Dichloracetethylimidechlo- 


CHCl 2 .CCi:NEt 


JJ 




161-164 


Wallach and 


B., 13, 517 


38, 547 


ride 










Kamenske 






Hydropyrroline hydrochlo- 


C 4 H 7 :N+HC1 


C 4 H 8 C1N 


... 


173-174 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 16, 1539 


44, 1142 


ride 










stedt 






Butylamine hydrochloride .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .NH 2 +HC1 


C 4 H 12 C1N 


.... 


195 


Linnemann & Zotta 


A., 162, 3 


vii., 222; 25, 
















475 


Isobutylamine hydrochloride 


CHMeEt.NH 2 +HCl 


)J 


.... 


b. 100 


Wurtz 


A., 93, 124 


v., 737 








JJ 


.... 


160 


Linnemann 


A., 162, 3 


25, 477 








J) 




160 


Brauner 


A., 192, 65 


34, 779 


Butylamine hydrochloride .... 


CMe 3 .NH 2 +HCl 


Jl 


.... 


a. 250 


Linnemann 


A., 162, 7 


vii., 223; 25, 
















477 


!> 





M 


.... 


270-280 


Brauner 


A., 192, 65 


34, 779 


Trichlorpyridine 


.... 


C 6 H 2 C1 3 N 




48 


Konigs and Geigy 


B., 17, 594 


46, 1195 


i) 


.... 


)) 




.$9-50 





B., 17, 1834 


46, 1369 


? 


.... 


C 5 H 2 C1 4 N 2 


.... 


212 


Pechmann & Stokes 


B., 18, 2291 


48, 1202 


Dichlorpyridine 


..,, 


C 5 H 3 C1 2 N 


.... 


66-67 


Konigs and Geigy 


B., 17, 1833 


46, 1369 


? 




C 6 H 3 C1 3 N 2 




157-5 


Pechmann & Stokes 


B., 18, 2291 


48, 1202 


Chlorpyridine (cf. B., 15, 1179) 


N.C1=1.2 


C 5 H 4 C1N 


14S (743-5) 


.... 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 14, 1154 


40, 826 












stedt 







Chloroxalmethylethyline .... 


J 


1) 

C 5 H,C1N 3 


147-148 
212-213 


Liquid 

)) 


Haitinger & Lieben 
Wallach and West 


M. C., 6, 279 
B., 9, 264 


48, 966 
30, 184 





> 


j) 


212-213 


ii 


Wallach 


A., 184, 72 


32, 187 


Diethylformamidine hydro- 


NEt 2 .CH : NH+Ha 


C 5 H 13 C1N 2 




125 


Pinner 


B., 17, 180 


46, 724 


chloride 
















Piperylhydrazine hydrochlo- 


C 6 H 10 N.NH 2 +HC1 


j; 




162 


Knorr 


B., 15, 860 ; A., 


42, 1115 ; 46, 


ride 












221, 297 


467 


Hexachlor-a-picoline 


C 5 HC1 3 N.CC1 3 


C 6 HC1 6 N 


.... 


60 


Ost 


J. p., 27, 277 


44, 793 


i) 


)) 






60 


Bellmann 


J. p. [2], 29, 1 


46, 841 


Pentachloraniline 


C 6 C1 6 .NH 2 


C 6 H,C1 5 N 


.... 


235 


Langer 


B., 15, 1331 


42, 1058 


)> 


1) 






232 




A., 215, 120 




Trichlormethylpurine 


C 5 N 4 MeCl 3 


C 6 H 3 a s N 4 




174 


Fischer 


B., 17, 331 


46, 996 


Tetrachloraniline 


NH 2 .C1.,=1.2.3.4.6 


C 6 H 3 C1 4 N 


cf. B., 10, 270 


88 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 11, 1863; A., 


31, 707; 36, 144 












batow 


196, 236 




" 


=1.2.3.5.6 


)1 





90 


5) 





51 


.... 


=1.2.3.4.5 






118 








Trichloraniline 


NH 2 .C1 3 =1.2.3.4 


C 6 H 4 C1 3 N 


u 
292 c. 


67-5 


1) 
)I 


ji 
j 


?I 


D 


jj 





cf. 10, 270 


67-5 





B., 9, 1688 


31, 473, 707 


jj 


=1.2.4.6 


5J 




77 


Langer 


B., 15, 1064 




j .... 


'> JJ 


Jl ' 


.... 


77-5 


Korner 


.... 


31, 706 


jj .... .... 


JI 


) 


.... 


78-79 


Pierson and Heu- 


B., 16, 1049 


44, 915 












niann 









" JJ 


! 




77-05 


Mills 


P. M. [4], 49, 21 


28, 648 


jj .... 


JJ 







77-068 


51 


P. R. [1831], 205 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



385 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trichloraniline 


NH 2 .C1 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 6 H 4 C1 3 N 


260 c. (752) 


77-5 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 8, 1656 


29, 713 












batow 









11 





262 c. 


77-5 


u 


B., 11, 1862 


36, 143 





11 


)) 




80 


Wegenhoffer 


J. p. [2], 16,_451 


34, 297 





=1.2.4.5 


I 




94-95 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 9, 579 


30, 294 












batow 









1J 1 







95 


j 


B., 9, 1688 


31, 473 





1 ' 


J 




95-96 


D 


B., 11, 1860 


36, 143 


.... .... 


)1 11 





270 


96-5 


Lesimple 


A., 137, 125 


vi., 921 


Quinoue dichlordiimide 


C 6 H 2 C1 2 .NH.NH 


C 6 H 4 C1 2 N 2 




124 d. 


Krause 


B., 12, 48 






i i 














Tetrachlor-diaruidoboizene.... 


(NH ) 2 .C1 4 =1.4.2.3.5.6 


C 6 H 4 C1 4 N 2 


p. d. 200 


218 u. c. 


u 


B., 12, 51 


36, 462 


NH 3 on (trichloracetonitril) n 


C 6 cf 7 N 3 (NH 2 ) 2 


C 6 H 4 C1 7 N 5 


.... 


165 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 28, 188 


46, 35 


Dichloraniline 


NH 2 .C1 3 = 1.2.3 


C 6 H 6 C1 2 N 


252 c. 


23-24 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 10, 2090 ; 11, 


34, 299; 36, 143 












batow 


1861 ; A., 196, 
















217 




f j .... 


=1.2.6 


) 


.... 


39 


) 


B. S. [2], 30, 25; 


34, 974; 36, 143 














A., 196, 219; 
















B., 11, 1861 







= * 





.... 


49-5 


Laubenheinier 


B., 7, 1601 


28, 759 


,, .... .... 


=1.2.5 


J> 


251 


50 


Jungfleish 


A. C. [4], 15, 252 




ji ... .... 


>1 


)J 


251 


50 


Beilstein and Kur- 


A., 196, 215 ; 


31, 473 ; 34, 












batow 


B., 9, 1688; 10, 


299 ; 36, 143, 














2089; 11, 1861, 


231 














2057 




>i " 


=1.3.5 





259-260 


50-5 





11 











(740-6) 










,, .... .... 


) 


)1 




50-5 


Witt 


B., 8, 145 




.... 


=1.2.4 


j 


.... 


63-64 


Pierson and Heu- 


B., 16, 1049 


44, 915 












mann 






)i .... 


It >1 


11 


.... 


6V9 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


,, .... 


11 )1 





239 u. c. 


62-5 


Witt 


B., 7, 1602 


28, 759 


,, 


)> ) 


) 


2Jf5 c. 


63 


Beilstein and Kur- 


A., 196, 219; B., 


28, 451, 1037 ; 












batow 


7, 1761; 8, 693; 


31, 706 ; 34, 














10, 270, 2089; 


299 ; 36, 143 














11, 1861 




ji .... ... 


=1.3.4 




272 


71-5 


> 


11 







NH 3 .C1 = 1.2 


C fi H fi ClN 


207 c. 


Liquid 14 




B., 7, 487, 1395 


27, 806; 28, 






^^6*^6 










363 










Liquid 


Jungfleish 


A. C. [4], 15, 186 


vii., 145 





JJ *> 

= 1.3 


)) 
11 


230 c. 


Liquid 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1399 


28, 364 












batow 














Liquid 


Korner 


G. L, 4, 305 


29, 233 




) 

= 1.4 


j 




Solid 




11 







J1 


1) 




64 


Griess 




vi., 921 










64 


Heumann 


B., 5, 915 


26, 168 




1) >* 






64 


Gabriel 


B., 11, 2260 


36, 323 




Jl 


11 


a. 200 


65 




.... 


vi., 439 




1 )* 


>1 




69-5 


Laubenheimer 


B., 9, 1827 


31, 594 




)) Jl 


11 




69-706 


Mills 


P. E. [1881], 205 






'1 J> 


11 




69-69 




P. M. [4], 49, 21 


28, 648 ; vii., 




)> ** 


11 










905 








230-231 c. 


69-70 ; a. s. 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 7, 1395 ; A., 


28, 362 ; 80, 




)1 1* 






70-71 


batow 


182, 94 


361 








231 


Solid 


U 


B., 7. 487 


27, 806 


.... .... ... 


)J 


) 




70 


WaUach and Huth 


B., 9, 425 


30,97 


Chlor-a-picoline 




1 


164-165 u. c. 


21 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 27, 278 


44, 793 


Chlorpicoliiie 


id. with preceding 


>1 


160-170 


.... 


Ciamician and 


B., 14, 1162 


40, 827 












Dennstedt 






Dichlordiamidobenzene 


(NH 2 ) 2 .C1 2 = 1.2.3.5 


C 6 H 6 C1 2 N 2 




60'5 


Witt 


B., 7, 1604 


28, 759 





= 1.4.2.6 


H 




123-5 


! 


B., 8, 145 


















3 D 



386 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet- 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlordiamidobenzeue 


(NH^Cl = 1.2.4 


C 6 H 7 C1N 2 




72 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B.,8,693; 9,634 


28, 1037; 30, 












batow 




309 


)! 


!) >! 







72 


Laubenheimer 


B., 9, 773 


30, 295 


) 


= 1.3.4 







.86 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 11, 1939; A. 


36, 144 












batow 


197, 76 




Aniline hydrochloride 


C 6 H 5 .NH 2 + HC1 

n o ^^y t 


C 6 H 8 C1N 


.... 


192 


Pinner 


G. J. C., 1881 




Picoline 


C 6 H.N.HC1 





.... 


160 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 2, 271 


36, 263 


Chlorcyanmethine 


.... 


C 6 H 8 C1N 3 


+ 3H 2 O 


165 u. c. 


Baeyer 


B., 4, 176 




Chlorcyanmethine dichloride 


C 6 H 9 C1N 3 .C1 2 


C 6 H 8 C1 3 N 3 


s. b. 200 




Keller 


J. p. [2], 31, 363 


48, 961 


Chloroxalethyliue 


.... 


C 6 H 9 C1N 2 


217-218 


s. f. m. 


Wallach 


B., 7, 327 


27, 985 





.... 





217-218 


ord. temp. 





A., 184, 40 


32, 184 


Di(chlorallyl)amine 


(C 3 H 4 C1) 3 NH 


C 6 H 9 CLN 


194 d. 


.... 


Engler 


B. S. [2], 9, 134 


vi., 95 


hydrochloride 


+ HC1 


C fi H 10 d 3 N 




b. 100 











a-methylpiperidine 


C 6 H 13 N + HC1 


C 6 H 14 C1N 




189 


Ladenburg & Roth 


B., 18, 48 


48, 557 


Capronamidine hydrochloride 


NH : C(C 5 H U ).NH 3 + HC1 


C 6 H lb ClN 3 




106-107 


Pinner 


B., 17, 178 


46, 723 


Isobutylbiguauide 


NH(CH 2 Pr0).C(NH).NH. 


C 6 H 16 C1N 6 


.... 


216 


Smolka 


M. C., 4, 815 


46, 288 




C(NH).NH 2 + HC1 














dihydrochloride 


+ 2HC1 


C 6 H 17 C1 3 N 5 


.... 


194 


M 


1) 





Chlorbenzonitril 


C 6 H 4 C1.CN = 1.2 


C 7 H 4 C1N 


232 u. c. 


42-43 


Henry 


B., 2, 493 







= 1.3 





.... 


39 


Griess 


B., 2, 370 


vii., 427 





= ' 







b. 40 


Limpricht 




i., 564 


From o-nitrobenzaldehyde .... 









82-84 


Rudolph 


B., 13, 311 


38, 469 


Isocyanophenyl chloride 


Ph.N:CCl 2 


C 7 H 6 C1 3 N 


211-212 


Liquid 


Sell and Zierold 


B., 7, 1229 


28, 270 


,i i) 








212 


.... 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 1127 


36, 805 


Trichlortoluidine 


Me.Cl : ,.NH 2 =1.2.4.6.3 


C 7 H 6 C1 3 N 


.... 


91 


.... 


A., 187, 278 







=1.2.4.5.? 


J) 


.... 


94-95 


Seelig 


B., 18, 423 


48, 770 





=1.2.3.4? 


J) 


.... 


105 








11 


Dichlortoluidine 


Me.Cl 2 .NH 2 =1.2.4.6 


C 7 H 7 C1 2 N 


*259 


88 


Wroblewsky and 


Z. C. [2], 6, 164 


vii., 1167, 1177 












Pirogow 









,. 





259 


88 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 213 


27, 56 


Trichlordiamidotoluene 


Me.Cl 3 .(NH 3 ) 2 =1.2. 4.5.3.6 


C 7 H 7 C1 3 N 2 


.... 


196 


Seelig 


B., 18, 423 


48, 770 





=1.2.3.4.5.6 







195-207 d. 


n 


,, 





Chlormethylaniline 


Cl.NHMe=1.3 


C 7 H S C1N 


240 


Liquid 


Coste and Bodewig 


B., 18, 431 


48, 793 


Chlorbenzylamine 


C1.(CH 2 .NH 2 )=1.4 







Liquid 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 95 


40, 806 





=1 


11 




Liquid 


Berlin 


A., 151, 144 


vi., 338 


Chlortohiidine 


Me.Cl.NH 2 =1.3.4 





222 


Liquid 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 322 ; 


vi., 1104; 27, 














A., 168, 197 


54 





=1.4.6(2) 


i. 


236 


Liquid 


Henry and Radzis- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 542 


vi., 1104 












zewsky 









,, 





238 


Liquid-14 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 6, 683 


vi., 1105 


.. 


*> 





238 


Liquid -20 





A., 168, 197 


27, 55 





=1.4.3 







18 


Engelbrecht 


B., 7, 797 


27, 986 





= 1.2.? 







26 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 535 


46, 1133 





=1.4.6(2) 


IT 




28-29 


Engelbrecht 


B., 7, 797 


27, 986 











241 


29-5 


Beilstein and Kiihl- 


Z. C. [2], 6, 102 


vii., 1177 












berg 









=1.4? 





241 


83 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 6, 683 


vi., 1105 





" J) 


H 


241 


83 





A., 168, 147 


27, 55 





. ,, 





237-242 


.... 





Z. C., 12, 684 







,, 





243 


85 


Henry and Radzis- 


Z. C. [2], 6, 157 


vi., 1105 












zewsky 






Chlormethylaniline hydro- 


Cl.NHMe=1.3 


C 7 H,CL,N 




164 


Coste and Bodewig 


B., 18, 430 


48, 793 


chloride 
















Chlorbenzylamine hydro- 


C1.(CH.,.NH.,)=? 


I) 




197 


Berlin 


A., 151, 144 


vi., 339 


chloride 
















.. 


,, =1.4 


J1 




239-241 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 95 


40, 805 


Benzylamine 


Ph.CH 2 .NH 2 +HCl 


C 7 H 10 C1N 




235-240 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 515 


40, 262 


Glyoxalisoamyline 


C 7 H 13 N 3 +HC1 


C 7 H 13 C1N 2 




135-136 


ladziszewsky & Szul 


B., 17, 1291 


46, 985 


a-y-hydrolutidine 


C 7 H 16 N + HC1 


C 7 H 1B C1N 




235 


Ladenburg & Roth 


B., 18, 919 


48, 816 


Phenyldichloracetonitril 


C 6 H 5 .CC1.,.CN 






223-224 


Claisen 


B., 12, 626 




Chloroxiiidole chloride 


C s H 4 .CCi:CCl.NH=1.2 

i j 


D 


cf.B.,15, 786 


103- 104 


Baeyer 


B., 12,458 


36, 535 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Chlorphenylacetonitril 


C,H 4 C1(CH S .CN)=1.4 


C 8 H 6 C1N 


.... 


Liquid 


Neuhof 


A., 147, 347 


40, 806 











.... 


29 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 85 


40, 803 


Tolyldichlorcarbimide 


CH 3 .CNC1 =1.2 


C 8 H 7 C1 2 N 


218 




Lachmann 


B., 12, 1349 


36, 935 


Trichlordimethylaniline 


NMe 2 .Cl 3 =1.2.4.6(?) 


C S H 8 C1 3 N 


257 


32 


Krell 


B., 5, 879 


26, 279 


l)ichlordimethylaniline 


NMe. 2 .Cl 2 =1.2.4(?) 


C 8 H 9 C1 2 N 


234 


Liquid 











Acetanilide chloride 


Ph.NH.CCl 2 .CH 3 







b. 50 


Wallach and Hof- 


B., 8, 1570 ; A., 


29, 604 












niaim 


184, 88 




Chlordimethylaniline 


NMe 2 .Cl=? 


C 8 H 10 C1N 


212 


Liquid 


Krell 


B., 5, 879 


26, 279 





=1.3 





231-233 


Liquid 


Baur and Sta'del 


B., 16, 32 


44, 579 


Chloreth y laniline 


NHEt.Cl=1.4 







Liquid b. 


Hofmann 


A., 74, 143 


iv., 451 


Chlorxylidine 


Me 2 .NH 2 .Cl=1.3.4.? 







89 


Tawildarow 


Z. C., 1870, 419 







=1.4.5.? 


11 


.... 


92-93 


Jannasch 


A., 176, 55 







=1.4.5.2 


,, 


.... 


92 


Kluge 


B., 18, 2098 




Chlorethylphenylamine 


NHPh.C 2 H 4 Cl + HCl 


C 8 H,,C1 2 N 




158 


Nemirowsky 


J. p. [2], 31, 173 


48, 741 


hydrochloride 
















Phenylethylamine hydio- 


Ph.CH 2 .CH 2 .NH 2 +HCl 


C 8 H 12 C1N 




217 


Filati 


G. I., 8, 446 


36, 719 


chloride 
















11 <i 





11 




217 


Filati and Piccini 


B., 12, 1308 


36, 922 


,1 . 


11 11 


,, 




217 


Spica 


G. I., 9, 555 


38, 241 


Xylylamine hydrochloride .... 


Me.C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .NH 2 +HCl 







185 


Pieper 


A., 151, 129 


vi., 1132 


11 )> 


J! " 








a. 230 d. 


Colombo and Spica 


G. I., 1875, 124 


28, 895 


Chloroxalpropyline 




C 8 H 13 C1N S 


235 


.... 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 13, 516 


38, 547 


,, 







236 


.... 





B., 14, 423 


40, 572 


Di(chlorallyl)ethylamine 


(C 3 H 4 Cl) 2 N.Et 


C S H 13 C1 2 N 


s.a. 200 




Engler 


B. S. [2], 9, 134 


vi., 95 


Hydro-a-isopropylpyridine 


.... 


C 3 H 14 C1N 


.... 


208-210 


Ladenburg 


B., 18, 1589 


48, 992 


hydrochloride 
















a-isopropylpiperidine hydro- 


CTT XT _L TirM 
8 17 ll -f-ilv^l 


C 8 H 18 C1N 




206 





B., 17, 1679 


46, 1386 


chloride 
















Coniiue hydrochloride 





,. 


C 8 H, 6 C1N(?) 


218 











Copellidine ,, 








.... 


171 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 923 


48, 817 


Trichlorquinoline 




C 9 H 4 C1 3 N 




107-5 u.c. 


Rugheimer 


B., 17, 738 


46, 1050 


^ 




H 


.... 


140 


Feer and Konigs 


B., 18, 2396 


48, 1235 


11 




f) 


.... 


160-5 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 1425 


42, 1209 












Weinberg 






a-y-dichlorquinoline 


11.0.01=0,8,0., ; 


C 9 H 5 C1 2 N 


.... 


67 


Baeyer and Bloem 


B., 15,2150,2152 


44, 196 


,, 


1> >! 


H 


280-282 


67 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 2683 














Weinberg 






,, 


=0,8,8., ; 





.... 


104 





B., 15, 2679 


44, 351 


a-i- .... -~^T 


>i >i 





.... 


104-105 


Baeyer 


B., 12, 1321 


36, 946 


p- >. 


="i ! a,a : 







92-93 


Coste 


B., 15, 561 


42, 979 


m- ' 


jj 1 ' lr^'2 





.... 


103-104 











Chlorquinoline 


N.Cl= ai ; 8 2 


U 9 H 6 C1N 


256 


Liquid 





B., 15, 559 


11 





=meta 





264-266 


Liquid 


Coste and Bodewig 


B., 17, 926 


46, 1197 





_ ai) 3 i . 


M 


266-267 


37-38 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 334 


42,732 












Ostermeier 






Anhydroamidotolyloxamic 
11 * j 


C B H,Me.N : CC1.CC1 : N 

i 6 ; i 


C,H 6 C1 2 N 2 




114-115 


Hinsberg 


B., 16, 1533 


44, 1129 


chloride 


=1.3.4 














Methylchloroxindole 


C,H 4 .Ca : CCl.NMe=1.2 


C 9 H 7 C1 2 N 


.... 


58-59 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 786 


42, 1103 


Tetrachlorcyanconine 


C 9 H 10 C1 3 N 2 C1 


C 9 H 10 C1 4 N 2 




Liquid 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 236 


Dimethylbenzamidochloride 


Ph.CCl 2 NMe, 


C 9 H,,C1 2 N 




36 


Hallmann 


B., 9, 846 


30, 418 


Tetrahydroquinoline hydro- 


CaHnN + HCl 


C 9 H 12 C1N 




180-181 


Hoffmann and 


B., 16,729 


44, 1143 


chloride 










Konigs 






Trichlorcyanethine .... 




C,H 12 C1 3 N 3 


.... 


110 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 236 


Propyl|)henylamine hydro- 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.NH 2 =1.4 


C 9 H 14 C1N 




203-204 


Francksen 


B., 17, 1221 


46, 1007 


chloride 
















C'uniidiiie hydrochloride 


C,H 4 .Pr0.NH 2 =? 





.... 


62 


Schaper 


Z. C. [2], 3, 12 


vi., 516 


Triacetonamine hydrochloride 


CMe 2 .CH 2 .CO.CH 2 .CMe 2 . NH 


C 9 H 18 C1N 




293 


Fischer 


B., 16, 650 


44, 790 


Methyltrichlorquinoline 


C 9 NH 3 MeCl 3 


C 10 H 6 C1 3 N 




134 


Rugheimer and 


B., 17, 741 


46, 1023 












Hoffmann 






/3-dichlornaphthylamine 


C 10 H 6 C1 2 .NH 2 


C 10 H 7 C1 2 N 




104 


Widmann 


B. S. [2], 28, 510 


32, 900 
3 D 2 



388 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


ij-dichlornaphthylamine 


C 10 H 6 C1 2 .NH 2 


C 10 H 7 C1 2 N 




94 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 29, 500 


34, 736 


Chlornaphthylamine 


NH 2 .Cl=a,a,, ; 


C ia H 3 ClN 




85-86 


Atterberg 


B., 10, 548 







=0; ; a. 







93-94 













i> > 


n 




93-94 





B., 9, 1731 




,, 


11 ^ * 







98 


Seidler 


B., 11, 1201 


34, 983 


Methychlorquinoline 


N.Me.Cl=a,/3,aj ; 





290 


59 


Knorr and An trick 


B., 17, 2878 


48, 274 


f-diehlordiamidonaphthalene 


Cl ; Cl 


C 10 H 8 C1 2 N 2 




204-205 


A16n 


B. S. [2], 36, 433 


42, 410 


Quinoliue methochloride 


C 9 H 7 N.MeCl + H 2 O 


C 10 H 10 C1N 




126 


Ostermeyer 


B., 18, 593 ; 


48, 672 














C.C., 1884, 970 




Tetrahydroquinoline metho- 


C 9 H n N.MeCl+H,0 







244 


3) 








chloride 
















Chlor-a-naphthonitril 


C 10 H 6 C1.CN 


C U H 6 C1N 




145 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1604 


46, 1361 


Tetrachlordispoline (tetra- 


.... 


C n H 7 Cl 4 N 




135 


Zorn 


J. p. [2], 8, 304 


27, 484 


chlorcryptidine) 
















? 


CPh : N.CCl.CH.CMe : N 


C U H 9 C1N 




71 


Pinner 


B., 17, 2520 


48, 159 




i j' 














Ethylchlorquinoline 


N.Cl.Et=a l S 1 /3 2 ; 


CnH^CIN 




72-73 


Baeyer & Jackson 


B., 13, 120 


38, 407 


|3-naphthiniidoamide hydro- 


C 10 H 7 .C(NH 2 ) : NH+HC1 


CnHjjClNj 




224-226 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1486 


36, 48 


chloride 
















Quinoline ethochloride 


C 9 H 7 N.EtCl+H 2 


C n H 12 ClN 




92-5 


Claus and Tosse 


B., 16, 1278 


44, 1009 


Octochlorcarbazole 


C 6 C1 4 .NH.C 6 C1 4 


C 12 HC1 8 N 




275 


Knecht 


A., 202, 29 


38, 661 




L. J 














Hexachlorcarbazole 




C 12 H 3 C1 6 N 




225 d. 





A., 202, 28 





Dichlorazophenylene 


Fr.C,H 4 .]fc 6 H 4 N 


C 12 H 6 a 2 N 2 




144 


Claus 


B., 8, 604 


28, 899 




i i 














Trichlorcarbazole 




C 12 H 6 C1 3 N 




180 


Knecht 


A., 202, 28 


38, 660 


Tetrachlordiphenylamine .... 


NH.(C 6 H 3 C1 2 ) 3 


C 12 H 7 C1 4 N 




133-134 


Gnehm 


B., 8, 1040 


29, 265 


Azoaraidodichlorbenzene 


C 6 H 3 C1 2 .N 2 .C 6 H 2 C1 2 .NH 2 


C 12 H 7 C1 4 N 3 




126-5 


Griesa 


A., 121, 275 


iv., 460 


Dichlorazobenzene .... 


C 6 H 4 C1.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .C1=(1.3) 2 


C 12 H 8 C1 2 N 2 




101 


Laubenheimer 


B., 8, 1625 


29, 578 





=(1.4), 







183 u.c. 


Willgerodt 


B., 14, 2637 







11 11 







183 


Heumann 


B., 5, 914 


vii., 150 





11 







184 


Hofmann & Geyger 


B., 5, 918 


26, 168 





11 11 





.... 


183 


Calm & Heumann 


B., 13, 1182 


38, 880 





11 11 







185 


Willgerodt 


B., 14, 2635 


42, 396 


Dichlordiphenylamine 


NH(C 6 H 4 C1) 2 


C 12 H 9 C1 2 N 




80 u.c. 


Claus and Schaare 


B., 15, 1286 




Azoauiidod ichlorbenzene 


C,H 3 C1.N 2 .C 6 H 4 C1.NH 2 


C 12 H 9 C1 2 N 3 




124-5 


Griess 


A., 121, 271 


if., 460 


Chloramidodiphenyl 


C 6 H 3 .Ph.NH 2 .Cl=1.2.? 


C 12 H IO C1N 




48 


Liiddens 


B., 8, 872 




Di-chlorhydrazobenzene 


(C1.C 6 H 4 .NH.) 2 =(1.3) 2 


C 12 H 10 C1 2 N 2 




94 


Laubenheimer 


B., 8, 1624 


29, 578 


11 


=(1-4), 





.... 


122 


Hofmann & Geyger 


B., 5, 918 


26, 169; vii., 
















151 


n .... 


11 







122 


Calm & Heumann 


B., 13, 1181 


38, 880 


Dichlordiamidodiphanyl 


(C 6 H 3 C1.NH 2 ) 2 =(14.1) 2 







60 


Schultz 


B., 17, 464 


46, 903 


>i 


=(4.3.1), 


,, 


.... 


163 


D 


B., 17, 465 





11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


163 


Laubenheimer 


B., 8, 1625 


29, 578 


Ethyl /3-naphthylamine hy- 


C 10 H 7 .NHEt+HCl 


C 12 H 14 C1N 


.... 


235 


Henriques 


B., 17, 2669 


48, 168 


drochloride 
















Trimethylquinoline 


C 9 NH 4 Me 3 +HCl 


n 




260 


Pfitzinger 


J. p. [2], 32, 240 


48, 1246 


p-dimethamidoquinoline 


C,NH s .NMej+MeCl 


C 12 H" 5 C1N 2 


+H 2 


244 


Ostermeyer 


B., 18, 596; C.C. 48, 672 


methochloride 












1884, 970 




Hydro- p-dimethamidoquino- 


C 9 NH 10 .NMe 2 +Mea 


C 12 H 19 C1N 2 


+2H 2 O 


220 


B 


M 


(j 


line methochloride 
















Chloroxalisoamylene 


.... 


C 12 H 21 C1N 2 


267-870 


Liquid 


Wallach 


A., 214, 316 


44,49 


)! 


.... 




265-270 


Liquid 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 13, 516 


38, 547 


Methyltetrachlordiphenyl- 


NMe(C 6 H 3 Cl !! ) 2 


C 13 H 9 C1 4 N 





96-97 


Gnehm 


B., 8, 1041 


29, 265 


amine 
















Benzanilideimide chloride 


Ph.CCl:N.Ph. 


C 13 H 10 C1N 


abt, 310 


39-40 


Wallach & Hofmann 


B., 8, 313 


28, 1031 


Diehlordiphenylguanidine ... 




C 13 H n Cl 2 N 3 




140-141 




B. S., 32, 170 




a-amidotolyl-phenylhydro- 
chloride 


Fr. C 6 H 4 PhMe=1.4 


C 13 H 14 C1N 




280-283 p.d. 


Carnelley 


29, 21 




?- 


.... 






200 


Jackson 


B., 10, 961 


32, 606 


Benzylidene plienyldiamine 


NHPh.CHPh.NH 2 +HCl 


C 13 H I5 C1N 2 




223-224-5 


Bernthsen and 


B., 13, 918 


38, 639 


hydrochloride 










Szymansky 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



389 



Name. 


Consttiution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-, 8-,y-, and 8- Dichlordiben- 


NH(CH 2 .U 6 H 4 C1) 2 = ? 


Oj 4 iij301 2 ^ 




Liquid 


Berlin 


A., 151, 141 


40, 806 


zylamine 
















" >! 


=(1.4) 2 





.... 


29 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 94 


40, 805 


Trichlorethylidene diphenyl 


CCl 3 .CH.(NHPh) 2 


C 14 H 13 C1 3 N 2 




100-101 


Wallach 


B., 5, 251 ; A., 


vii., 311 ; 25, 


dianiine 












173, 274 


611 ; 28, 349 


) 51 


J) 


) 


... 


100 


Amato 


G. I., 5, 461 


30, 637 


a-dichlordibenzylainine by- 


NH(CHj.C,H 4 Cl) s =(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 14 C1 3 N 




288-289 


Berlin 


A., 151, 141 


vi., 338 


drochlnride 
















a ~ v ' 


T ) 


H 


.... 


288 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 85 


40, 805 


P>~ V 5? 


= 


)> 




225-228 


Berlin 


A., 151, 141 


vi., 338 


y- . 


)> 


)1 




218-220 


u 








I 


M 







221-222 





5) 


j) 


Trichlorethylidene dipheuyl- 


C01 3 .CH(NHPh) 2 +HCl 


C 14 H 14 C1 4 N 2 




196 


Amato 


G. I., 5, 461 


30, 638 


diamine hydrochloride 



















CCl 3 .CH(NHPh) 2 +2HCl 


C 14 H 16 C1 5 N 2 




w.m. 








)) 


Dibenzylamine hydroohloride 


(C 6 H 6 .CH 2 ) 2 HN+HC1 


C 14 H 16 C1N 




250 


Limpricht 


A., 144, 304 


vi., 337 


) 





V 




255-256 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 515 


40, 262 


? 


.... 


C I6 H 9 a 2 N 




162-1C3 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2450 


48, 1231 


Cinnamaldehyde anilide hy- 


Ph.CH:CH.CH : NPh+HCl 


C 15 H 14 01N 




149 


Peine 


B., 17, 2117 


46, 1345 


drochloride 
















Methy lacridine methochloride 


C 13 H 8 NMe+MeCl 


C 15 H 16 C1N 


.... 


130-135 d. 


Bernthsen 


A., 224, 1 


46, 1356 


Ainidomethyl dihydro anthra- 


C 14 H 10 Me.NH 2 -)-HCl 


C 15 H 16 C1N 


.... 


245 


Roemer 


B., 16, 1633 


44, 1137 


cene hydrochloride 
















? hydrochloride 


C 16 H 16 N 6 +HC1 


C 16 H 17 QN 6 


.... 


252 


Berger 


M. G, 5, 451 


48, 387 


Dimethylphenylbenzylam- 


(Ph.CH 2 .NPhMe 2 )Cl 


C 15 H 18 C1N 


+H 2 


110 


Michler& Gradmaim 


B., 10, 2079 




moniutn chloride 
















Dibenzylguaiiidine hydro- 


NH : CCNH-CHsiPh^+HCl 


C 15 H 19 C1N 3 




176 


Strakosch 


B., 5, 696 


vii., 182, 582 


chloride 
















Triarnylamine hydrochloride 


(CVH^N+HCl 


C 15 H 34 C1N 




b. 100 


Plimpton 


C. R., 91, 433 


40,34 


Quinoline benzylchloride .... 

? 


C 6 H 4 .CH : OH.C : NCl.CH 2 Ph 


C 16 H 14 C1N 

1 


+ 2H 2 O 


170 
129-130 


Clauss and Tosse 

i) 


B., 16, 1277 



44, 1009 




i) :i 


i) 


) JJ 


J1 


)) 


130 


)> 








j> 


>i " 


JI 


+3H 2 O 


65 


D 


) 





i) >i 


11 I! 


J 


) 


65 


Glaus & Himmel- 


B., 13, 2046 














mann 






I 


Ph.N:CMe.CH 2 .OCi:NPh 


C 16 H 15 C1N 2 




116-117 


Wallach & Hof maun 


B., 8, 1570; A., 


29,604;32,188 














184, 95 




Trichlorethylidene di-p-tolyl- 


Cl 3 .CH(NHC 6 H 4 Me) 2 


C 16 H l; a 3 N 2 




114-115 


Wallach 


B., 5, 252; A., 


vii., 311,1179; 


amine 












173, 279 


25, 611 ; 28, 
















350 


From Zu-ethide on benzo- 


C 16 H 18 N 2 +HC1 


C K H 19 C1N 2 




257 


Frankland & Evans 


.... 


37, 565 


nitril 






' 










Diphenylethylamine hydro- 


(Ph.CH 3 .CH 2 ) 2 NH+HCl 


C 16 H 20 C1N 




265 


Fileti and Piccini 


B., 12, 1308 




chloride 

























quick Ht. 


260 


Spica 


G. I, 9, 555 


38, 241 


)' 





J 


slow Ht. 


265 


j 





)) 


Dixylylamine hydrochloride 


(Me.C 6 H 4 CH 2 ) 2 NH + HC1 


) 




198 


Pieper 


A., 151, 129 


vi., 1133 


Butylacridine hydrochloride 


13 H 8 N.0 4 H 9 +HC1 


C 17 H 18 C1N 




191 


Bernthsen & Traube 


B., 17, 1509 


46, 1183 


Tetramethylbeuzidineiuetho- 


Me 2 N.C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .NMe 3 Cl 


C 17 H 23 C1N 2 


.... 


228 


Michler& Pattinson 


B., 17, 117 


46, 747 


chloride 


=(1.4) 2 














Acutamide on pheuylcyan- 


C 18 H 17 N 6 +HC1 


C 18 H 18 C1N 5 


softens 240 


256-264 u.c. 


Berger 


B., 14, 1256 


40, 810 


araide 
















Base from aceto-o-toluide ... 


.... 


C 18 H 19 C1N 2 


.... 


52-53 


Wallach 


A., 214, 208 


44, 48 







J- 




71-72 


D 


B., 9, 1214 


31, 92 


Trichlorethylidene dixylyldi- 


CCl a .CH(NH.C 6 H 3 Me 2 ) 2 


C 18 H 21 C1 3 N 2 




95-99 


j> 


A., 173, 283 


28, 350 


amine 
















Ethylene dipheuyldimethyl- 


C 2 H 4 (NClMe 2 Pli) 2 


C 18 H 26 C1 2 N 2 




124 


Hiibner, Tolle, and 


A., 224, 331 


46, 1318 


auimoninm chloride 










Athenstadt 






? 


C 19 H 13 N+HC1 


C, 9 H 14 C1N(?) 




a. 220 


Bernthsen 


A., 192, 1 


34, 789 


Dichlorbenzenyldiphenyl- 


NPh 2 .CCl 2 .Ph 


C 19 H 15 C1 2 N 


cf. B.I 5, 1285 


149 


Claus 


B., 14, 2369 


42, 178 


ainine 




- 













300 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylenediquinoiil hydro 


CH 2 (C 9 H 6 N) 2 +2HC1 


C 19 H 16 C1 2 N 2 




168 


llhousopoulos 


B., 16, 2005 


44, 1150 


chloride 
















Benzenylisodiphenylamidine 


NPhj-CPhiNH+HCl 


C 19 H 17 C1N 2 ( 




223d. 


Beruthsen 


A., 192, 1 


34, 788 


hydrochloride 
















Triphenylmethylamine hy 


CPh 3 .NH 2 +HCl 


C 19 H 18 C1N 


.... 


244 


Elba 


B., 16, 1276 


44, 1000 


drochloride 
















Triphenylguanidine hydro 


PhN : C(NHPh) 2 +2HCl 


C 19 H 19 C1 2 N 3 




207 


Sell and Zierold 


B., 7, 1231 


28, 270 


chloride 
















Cinchonine chloride 


.... 


C 19 H 21 C1N 2 




52 


Koenigs 


B., 13, 287 


38, 674 





.... 


)> 


.... 


72 





B., 14, 1854 




Diquiuoline methochloride .. 


C I8 N 2 H 12 +2MeCl 


C 20 H IS 01 2 N 2 


+ 6H 2 O 


260 


Osteruieyer 


C. C., 1884, 970 


48, 672 


Triphenylethylamine hydro 


CPh 3 .CH 2 .NH 2 +HCl 


C^H^CIN 


.... 


247 


Elbs 


B., 17, 700 


46, 1031 


chloride 
















Chlorhydrobenzamide 


isomeric 


C 21 H I7 C1N 2 (? 




183 




A., Ill, 158 







jj 


., ( 




186 




A., Ill, 146 




Lophine hydrochloride 


C 21 H 16 N 2 +HC1. 







160 


Kiihn 


.... 


iii., 735 


!) )! 


.... 


) 




155 


Brunner 


A., 151, 135 


vi., 793 


Trichlortribenzylamine 


N(CH 2 .C fi H 4 Cl) 3 =(1.4) 3 


C 21 H 18 C1 3 N 




S8-89 


Berlin 


A., 151, 139 


vi., 338 


n 





) 




78-5 


Jackson and Field 


A. C. J., 2, 92 


40, 805 


hydro- 


N(CH 2 .C 6 H 4 C1) 3 +HC1 


C 21 H 19 01 4 N 




abt. 196 








> 


chloride 


=(1-4), 














i 


)i 


)J 




170-175 


Berlin 


A., 151, 139 


vi., 338 


Tribenzylamine hydrochlo- 


(C 6 H 6 .CH 2 ) 3 N+HC1 


C 21 H 22 C1N 


.... 


227-228 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 515 


40, 262 


ride 
















? 


.... 


C-^H^CIN, 


.... 


162-163 


Berlin 


A., 151, 136 




Phenylbenzo-3-naplithacri- 


C 6 H 4 .CPh.C 10 H 6 .N + HCl 


C 23 H 16 C1N 




235 


Claus and Kichter 


B., 17, 1596 


46, 1359 


dine hydrochloride 


| 
















j8-dicyano-p-phenyl-p-ditolyl- 


.... 


C^CIN, 


.... 


110-115 


Landgrebe 


B., 11, 975 




guanidine 
















Leuco-base from trichlor- 




C.H.Cl.N, 


.... 


128-129 


Tischer 


D. P., 252, 78 


46, 944 


benzaldehyde 
















Triphenylethylamine hydro- 


(Ph.CH 2 .CH 3 ) 3 N+HCl 


C^HjjCON 


>... 


137-138 


Spica 


G. I., 9, 555 


38, 241 


chloride 
















Trixylylamine hydrochloride 


(Me.C 6 H 4 .CH 2 ) 3 N+HCl 


)) 




212 


5 ieper 


A., 151, 129 


vi., 1133 


Triphenylmethylbenzyl- 


Ph.CH 2 .NH.CPh 3 +HCl 


C 26 H 24 C1N 


.... 


249 


Elbs 


B., 17, 703 


46, 1031 


amine hydrochloride 
















Hydrocinnamide hydrochlor- 


(Ph.CH:CH.CH 2 ) 3 N 2 


C 27 K, 5 C1N 2 


+3H 2 O 


220-221 


'eine 


B., 17, 2111 


46, 1344 


ide 
















Benzylamarine ethochloride 


C 21 H l; (CH 2 Ph)N 2 +EtCl 


C 30 H 29 C1N 2 




125 u.c. 


Glaus & Kohlstock 


B., 18, 1854 


48, 1133 


Ethylbenzylamarine hydro- 


C 21 H 16 Et(CH 2 Ph)N 2 +HCl 


) 




135 u.c. 


i 


j) 


1) 


chloride 
















Benzylamarine benzochloride 


C 21 H 17 (CH 2 Ph)N 2 


C^CIN, 




45 


n 


B., 18, 1853 






-fPh.CHX!! 














-) 





?) 




40-75 


Dlaus and Elbs 


B., 13, 1420 


8,882 



(6.) CHOP, CHClAs, CHClSb, and CHC1BL 



Ethylphosphotetrachloride .... 
Isopropylphosphodichloride 


PEtCl 4 
PPrfCl, 


C 2 H 5 C1 4 P 

O.HyCljP 


135 


100 d. 
Liquid 


Michaelis 


B., 13, 2175 


40, 158 


Phenylphosphodichloride ... 


PPhCl, 


C 6 H 5 C1 2 P 


140-142 (57) 




)1 

Michaelis and Coste 


B., 18, 2109 




11 


55 


)) 


220-222 




Kohler & Michaelis 


B., 10, 813 


32, 451 


jj 


Jl 


5 


222 u. c. 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


B., 6, 602, 816 


26, 1148; 27, 168 


n 








222 




> 


C. C., 4, 548 


37, 347 


u 

Phenylphosphotetrachloride 
Triethylphosphodichloride .... 


PPh01 4 
PEt.,( 1, 


) 

C,H 5 C1 4 P 
C B H, 5 C1,,P 


224-6 (763-6) 


73 
100 


Thorpe 
Michaelis 


37, 347 
B., 6, 817 


27, 168 
iv., 611 


Tolylphosphodichloride 


C 6 H 4 Me.PCl.= 1.2 


v ^6 16 2 

C.H 7 C1 2 P 


944 


Liquid 20 


Michaelis & Panek 


A., 212, 212 


42, 959 


>' =1.4 


J) 


245 


20 


V 


B., 13, 655 


38, 641 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



391 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Tolylphosphodichloride 


C 6 H 4 Me.PCl 2 =1.4 


C 7 H 7 C1 2 P 


245 


25 


Michaelis & Panek 


A., 212, 212 


42, 959 





>! !) 


1) 


240 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


B., 12, 1009 


36, 721 


Tolylpliosphotetrachloride ... 


C 6 H 4 Me.PCl 4 =1.2 


C-H 7 C1 4 P 


.... 


Solid 


Michaelis & Panek 


A., 212, 216 ; B. 


38, 641; 48, 900 














13, 653 




) 


= 1.4 


i) 


.... 


42 





D 





Phenylmethylphosphochlo- 


PPhMeCl 


C 7 H 8 C1P 




160 


KShler & Michael i 


B., 10, 814 


32, 451 


ride 
















Xylylphosphodichloride 


C 6 H 3 Me. 2 PC',, 


C 8 H 9 C1 2 P 


260-290 (?) 


Liquid 


Michaelis & Panek 


A., 212, 236 


42, 964 


.... 


C 6 H 3 Me 2 .PU 4 


C 8 H 9 C1 4 P 


270 


Liquid 18 





1 


D 


Naphthylphosphodichloride 


C IO H r .PCl 2 


C 10 H 7 C1 2 P 


a. 360 p. d. 




Kelbe 


B., 11, 1500 







1 


11 


a. 250 








B., 9, 1051 




Diphenylphosphocliloride .... 


PPh 2 Cl 


C 12 H 10 C1P 


320 


Liquid 


Michaelis and Linl 


A., 207, 208 


42, 306 


,, 


1 





300 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


B., 10, 627 


32, 453 





11 


11 


210-215(57) 


.... 


Michaelis and Coste 


B., 18, 2109 




Diphenylphosphodichloride... 


PPh 2 C1 3 


CijHiQUljF 


.... 


Solid 


Michaelis 


B., 10, 627 


32, 453 


Triphenylbenzylphosphochlo- 


PPL 3 (CH 2 Ph)Cl 


CjjHMpLP 


+H 2 


287 


Michaelis & Soden 


A., 229, 334 


48, 1135 


ride 
















Tetrabenzy Iphosph ochloride 


P(CH 2 Ph) 4 Cl 


C^H^CIP 




224-225 


Letts and Collie 


T. E., 30, 181 ; 


40, 722; 42, 














P.E.S.E., 11, 46 


724 


Methylarsendichloride 


AsMeCl 2 


CH 3 Cl 2 As 


133 




Baeyer 


A., 107, 279 


i., 401 


Ethylarsendichloride 


AsEtC'l 2 


C 2 H 5 Cl 2 As 


156 




Coste 


A., 208, 34 




Dimethylarsenchloride (caco- 


AsMejCl 


C 2 H 6 ClAs 


a. 100 


b. 45 


Bunsen 


A., 37, 31 ; 42, 22 


i., 405 


dylchloride) 
















Phenylarsendichloride 


AsPhCl 2 


C 6 H,,Cl 2 As 


252-255 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


B., 9, 1567 


31,311 





n 


* 


249 







B., 8, 1317 


29, 610 


Phenylarsentetrachloride ... 


AsPhCl 4 


C 6 H 6 Cl 4 As 


cf. B., 9, 1568 


45 





B., 10, 622 


32, 452 


Tolylarsendichloride.... 


C 6 H 4 Me.PCl 2 =1.2 


C 7 H 7 CLAs 


264-265 


Liquid 


Coste and Michaelis 


B., 11, 1889; A., 


36, 1(53 














201, 248 




,, .... 


= 1.4 


J) 


267 


31 








) 


Naphthylarsendichloride 


C 10 H 7 .AsCl 2 


C 10 H 7 Cl 2 As 


.... 


63 


Michaelis & Schulte 


B., 15, 1954 




Phenyldiethylarsendichloriile 


AsPhEt 2 Cl 2 


C 10 H 15 Cl 2 As 




Crystalline 


Michaelis 


B., 10, 626 


32, 453 


Diphenylarsenchloride 


AsPhjCl 


C 12 H 10 ClAs 


333 


Liquid 


Coste and Michaelis 


B., 11, 1885; A., 


36, 162; 38, 396 














201, 215 







11 


11 


330 




Michaelis 


A., 207, 195 




Diphenylarsentrichloride .... 


AsPh 2 Cl 3 


C 12 H 10 C1 3 A S 


cf.A.,201,222 


174 





B., 9, 1569 


31, 311 


Ditolylarsenchloride .... 


(C 6 H 4 Me) 2 AsCl=(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 14 ClAs 


340-345 




Coste 


A., 208, 18 




Diphenylethylaraendichloride 


AsPh 2 EtCl 2 


C 14 H 15 Cl 2 As 


.... 


137 


Michaelis 


A., 201, 235 




Triphenylarsendichloride 


AsPh 3 Cl 3 


P TT PI A a 

^18- LJ -15^- 1 2"- a 


cf.A.,201,242 


171 


Coste and Michaelis 


B., 11,1888 


36, 162 


Tritolylarsendichloride 


As(C 6 H 4 Me) 3 Cl 2 =(1.4) 3 


C 21 H 21 C1 2 A 8 


.... 


214 


Coste 


A., 208, 27 


40, 905 


Triethylstibine dichloride ... 


SbEt 3 Cl 2 


C 6 H 16 01 2 Sb 




b. 12 




A., 88, 323; 97, 


i., 342 














332 




Tritolylstibine dichloride ... 


Sb(C 6 H 4 Me 3 )Cl 2 =(1.4) 3 


tvgj ji gjv/laO D 


.... 


156-5 


Hichaelis &Genzken 


B., 17, 925 


46, 1136 


Ethylbismuthdichloride 


BiEtCl 2 


C 2 H,,Cl s Bi 


.... 


Crystalline 




A., 92, 376 





(7.) CHBrl. 



Dibromiodomethane 




CHBrJ 




6 


.... 


A, 22, 233 


i., 680 


Dibromiodethylene 


CIBrlCHBr 


C 3 HBr,I 


.... 


66 


Homolka and Stolz 


B., 18, 2285 


48, 1198 


a- Bromiodethylene .... 


CH 2 : CBrI 


C 2 H 2 BrI 


128-130p.d. 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 98, 680 


46, 830 








(764) 










0- 


CHBr:CHI 


> 


142 




Beboul 




vii., 491 


- 





n 


150 c. 


s. 8 


Plimpton 


B., 16, 79 


41, 395 


a- 





i 


150 


.... 


Plimpton & Graves 


43, 123 




B- ,. 





)> 


150 




Henry 


C. E., 98, 741 


46, 831 


0- i, 





D 


140-150 d. 






A., 216, 266 





392 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-Bromiodethylene 


CHBrlCHI 


CjH 2 BrI 


162 




Reboul 




vii., 491 


- 


jj 


u 


150 p.d. 


25 


Lagermark 


B., 6, 1211 


JJ 


lode thy lenedibromide 


CH 2 Br.CHIBr 


C-jH^Br^ 


170-180 d. 




Simpson 


P. R. S., 22, 51 


27, 564 


Ethylidene iodobromide 


CH 3 .CHIBr 


C 2 H 4 BrI 


141-142 (735 




Reboul 


A., 155, 213 


vii., 489 ; 27, 
















240 


j 


J 


ft 


142 




Plimpton 


41, 397 




jj 


JJ 


)1 


141-142 




Gargariu 


B., 7, 734 


27, 1075 


jj 


n 


JJ 


142 




Friedel 


C. R., 79, 164 


27, 1150 


jj j 


j 


1) 


142-143 


Liquid 18 


Lagermark 


B., 7, 913 


27, 1151 


JJ * 


>j 


J 


142-144 




Simpson 


P. R. S., 27, 118 


38, 456 


Ethylene ,, 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 I 


J) 


145-147 


25-5 


Lagermark 


B., 7, 908 


27, 1151 


jj 11 


JJ 


J) 


150 p.d. 


25-5 


jj 


B., 6, 1211 


27, 240 


jj ji - 


JJ 


JJ 


162-167 


28 


Simpson 


P. R. S., 22, 51 


27, 564 


v ., 


JJ 


JJ 


162-167 


28 


Gargarin 


B., 7, 733 


27, 1075 


)i u 


JJ 


)J 


163 


.... 


Plimpton 


41, 397 




11 jj 


JJ 


)> 


163 


27-r 


Friedel 


B., 7, 655 ; C. R., 


27, 1151 














79, 164 




jj u (impure) 


J 


J) 


160-162 


Liquid 


Lagermark 


B., 7, 914 


jj 


> jj 


J 


JJ 


160 p.d. 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


A., 155, 214 


vii., 489 


Bromiodpropane 


CH 3 .CBrI.CH 3 


C 3 H 6 BrI 


147-148 c. ; 




jj 


C. R., 74, 944; 


25, 683 ; 36, 








P .d. 






B. S., 16, 50 ; 


131 ; vii., 51, 














A. C. [5], 14, 483 


1017 


55 .... 


CH 3 .CBr CH 2 I(2) 


JJ 


160-168 p.d. 


Liquid 


Simpson 


P. R. S., 22, 51 


27, 564 


Tribromiodobenzene 


Br 3 .I=1.3.5.6 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 I 


.... 


103-5 


Silberstein 


J. p. [2], 27, 119 


44,661 


Bromidobenzene 


C 6 H 4 BrI=1.4 


C 6 H 4 BrI 


251-5(754-44) 


91-9 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 215 


jj 


=1-3 


J> 


252 (754-44) 


Liquid 


jj 


jj 


jj 


U .... .... 


=1-2 


J> 


257-4(754-44) 


Liquid 


jj 


j> 


jj 


Dibronuliiodotoluene 


Me.Br 2 .I 2 =1.3.5.2.4 


C 7 H 4 Br 2 I 2 


... 


68 


Wroblewsky 


B., 9, 1055 


30, 511 


Dibromiodtoluene 


Me.Br 2 .I=1.3.5.4 


C 7 H 5 Br s I 


270 


86 


jj 


A., 168, 190; 192, 


27, 54 ; 34, 978 














209 




lodobenzyl bromide 


C 6 H 4 I.CH 2 Br=1.2 


C 7 H 6 BrI 




52-53 


Mabery & Robin- 


A. C. J., 4, 101 ; 


42, 1057 












son 


B., 15, 1758 




u 


=1.4 


J) 


.... 


78-75 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 55 ; 


34, 421 














A. C. J., 1, 103 ; 
















2, 250 ; 3, 252 




Bromiodotoluene 


Me.Br.I=1.2.3 or 5 


J) 


260 


Liquid 20 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 240 ; 


24, 713 ; 27, 52 














A., 168, 164 




j 


=1.3.4 


JJ 


265 


Liquid 14 


jj 


Z. C. [2], 6, 164 ; 


vii., 1166; 27, 














A., 168, 159 


51 


Bromiodonaphthalene 


C 1() H 6 BrI=a^ 2 ; 


3 10 H 6 BrI 


.... 


68 


Meldola 


47, 523 




jj 


=aja 2 ; 


jj 




83-5 


jj 


jj 




jj 


=a 1 /3 l . ; 


jj 


.... 


94 


jj 


?j 





(8.) CHBrO. 



Tribromacetaldehyde 


CBr 3 .COH 


C i! HBr 3 O 


a. 100 




Lb'wig 


A., 3, 305 


i., 666 


(Bromal) 
















11 


jj 


jj 


120-180 


Liquid 


Pinner 


A., 179, 69 


29, 550 


> i 


j 


jj 


172-173 


Liquid 20 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 366 


24, 558 ; vii., 
















209 


j 


j 


jj 


174 (760) 




Kahlbaum 


B., 17, 1260 




) 


u 


jj 


103-9 (75) 


.... 


jj 


J! 




ji i> 


> 


jj 


92-4 (50) 




jj 


JJ 




5 >5 


u 


jj- 


77-7 (25) 


. 


jj 


JJ 




> JT 


u 


jj 


74-1 (20) 




jj 


11 




J! JJ 





jj 


68-7 (15) 


.... 


jj 


J! 




J! 


i 


jj 


62-3 (10) 


.... 


jj 


11 




V 





jj 


53-4 (5) 




jj 


11 




" JJ 


>j 


jj 


40-6 (0) 


.... 


jj 


)> 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



393 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Parabromalide 


.... 


C 2 HBr 3 O 


200 p.d. 


67 


Cloez 


A., Ill, 178 


iv., 340 


Dibromacetyl bromide 


CHBr 2 .COBr 





194 


.... 


Gal 


B. S., 5, 172 


vi., 21 


Tribromaeetic acid 


CBr 3 .COOH 


C 2 HBr 3 2 


.... 


128-130 


Wiedel and Gruber 


B., 10, 1150 


32, 780 











245 


130 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 370 


24, 559 


11 11 








250 


135 


Crofts 


A., 129, 56 


vi., 18 


11 








.... 


136 


Petrieff 


B., 8, 731 




Dibroinacetic aldehyde 


CHBr 2 .COH 


C 2 H 2 Br 2 


140-142 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 7, 1500 ; C. C. 


28, 1174 














[1875], 3 




11 " 


)J 


11 


142 


Liquid 





A., 179, 70 


29, 550 


Bromacetyl Bromide 


CHoBr.COBr 


11 


150 




Hiibner 


A., 124, 321 


vi., 21 


11 








149-150 


.... 


Naumann 


A., 129, 263 




11 51 








150-155 




Samosadsky 


Z. C. [2], 6, 105 


vii., 10 


Dibromacetic acid 


CHBr 2 .COOH 


C 2 H 2 Br 2 O 2 


b. 200 


.... 


Demole 


B., 11, 319 




11 11 








225-230 


.... 


Perkin and Duppa 


12, 3 


i., 666 


, 








235 


43-48 


Bouchardat 


C. R, 100, 452 


48, 499 


^ 








232-234 p.d. 


45-50 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 368 


24, 559 


Acetyl bromide 


CH 3 .COBr 


C 2 H 3 BrO 


81 




Gal 


B. S., 5, 172 


vi., 20 








JJ 


81 




Hitter 


J., 8, 504 




Bromethylene oxide 


CHBr.O.CH 2 





89-92 




Demole 


B., 9, 51 


29, 693 


Bromacetic acid 


CH 2 Br.COOH 


C 2 H 3 Br0 2 


205-209 







B., 9, 561 










11 


203 


53 


Hofmann 


B., 16, 588 













208 




Geuther 


A., 132, 171 


vi., 22 


,, ,, 


JJ 





208 


b. 100 


Perkin and Duppa 


11,22 


i., 665 


Bromal hydrate 


CBr 3 .CH.(OH) 2 


C 2 H 3 Br 3 O 2 




53-5 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 366 


24, 558; vii., 
















209 


Dibromethyl alcohol 


CHBrj.CHj.OH 


CTT "D_ f\ 
nl,J&ln\J 


179-181 


.... 


Demole 


B., 9, 49 


29, 692 


? 


Me.CBr(OBr)OH 


C 2 H 4 Br 2 O 2 


.... 


36-37 


Hell & MUlhauser 


B., 10, 2105 


34, 289 


Ethylene Bromhydrin 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .OH 


C ; H 6 BrO 


147 




Henry 


A. C. [4], 27, 243 




11 11 








145-150 




Demole 


B., 9, 48 




? 


.... 


C 2 H 7 BrO 3 


89-91 


40-45 





B., 9, 50 




Tribromacrylic acid 


CBr 2 :CBr.COOH 


C 3 HBr 3 O 2 




115-118 


Mabery and Lloyd 


A. C. J., 4, 92 


42, 1049 


,, I, .... .... 


11 ' 







117 


Mauthner & Suida 


M. C., 2, 109 


40, 890 











.... 


118 


Hill and Mabery 


A. C. J., 3, 172 ; 


40, 1125; 44. 














4, 263 


309 


Tribrompyruvic acid 


CBr 3 .CO.COOH 


C 3 HBr 3 3 


.... 


90 


Grimaux 


C. R, 78, 974 


27, 887 


i) 11 





J) 


+ 2H 2 


104 


11 


B. S., 21, 393 


27, 888 


Pentabromacetone 


CHBr 2 .CO.CBr 3 


C 3 HBr 6 O 




75 


Mulder 


J. p., 91, 472 


vi., 27 













76 


Benedikt 


C. C. [1878], 101 


34, 499 


Pentabromomethylic .acetate 


CH 2 Br.COOCBr 3 


C 3 HBr 5 2 


.... 


74 


Steiner 


B., 7, 505 


27, 886 


, (Bromoxaform) 

























.... 


74-5 


Lagermarck 


Z. C. [2], 6, 299 


vii., 213 


,, 










75 


Cloez 


A., 122, 121 


i., 996 








,, 


' 


77 


Cahours 


A., 64, 352 


vi., 17, 370 


j3-Dibromacrylic acid 


CBr 2 :CH.COOH 


C 3 H 2 Br 2 2 


.... 


83-84 


Jackson and Hill 


B., 11, 1674 


36, 224 


11 11 11 








243-250 


85 


Petri 


A., 195, 70 


36, 373 


11 11 i) 








.... 


85 


Mauthner & Suida 


W. A., 83, 273 


40, 889 


11 11 11 


11 







85-86 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2703 


44, 314 


11 11 11 










85-86 


Hill 


B., 12, 660 


36, 616 


1) 11 >! 










85-86 


Hill and Andrews 


A. C. J., 4, 177 


42, 1187 


11 11 11 










85-86 


Hill and Mabery 


A. C. J., 3, 172 


40, 1124 


Dibrompyruvic acid 


CHBr 2 .CO.COOH 


C 3 H 2 Br 2 O 3 




89-91 


Wichelhaus 


B., 1, 264 


vi., 980 


11 11 





11 


.... 


abt. 93 


Clermont 


B. S. [2], 19, 105 


vii., 1033 ; 26, 
















495 


Dibromomalonic acid 


CBr a .(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 2 Br 2 O 4 


.... 


126-128 


Petrieff 


B., 7, 402 


27, 787 


Tetrabromacetone .... 


.... 


C 3 H 2 Br 4 O 


+2H 2 


42-43 


Mulder 


J. p., 91, 472 


vi., 27 


Tetrabrompropionic acid 


CHBr 2 .CBr 2 .COOH 


C 3 H~Br 4 2 


.... 


125 


Mauthner & Suida 


W. A., 83, 273 


40, 889 


11 11 


,, 


,, 




125 


Hill and Mabery 


B., 14, 1681 


40, 1030 


11 








.... 


125-126 


11 


A. C. J., 4, 263 ; 


44, 309 














B., 16, 80 




11 11 


CBr 3 .CHBr.COOH 







118-120 


Mabery 


A. C. J., 5, 251 


46, 664 


'S-Bromaerylic acid 


.... 


C 3 H 3 BrO 2 . 




53 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2702 


o n 



394 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Bromacrylic acid 


CH 3 : CBr.COOH 


C 3 H 3 Br0 3 


.... 


69-70 


Wagner & Tollens 


B., 6, 512 


26, 1220 


., 


J) 


M 


.... 


69-70 


Plnlippi and Tollens 


A., 171, 333 


27, 680 


/3- 


CHBr : CH.COOH 


M 




115-116 


Wallach & Eeincke 


B., 10, 2130 


34, 404 


Brompyruvic 


CH 2 Br.CO.COOH 


C 3 H 3 Br0 3 


.... 


Liquid 


Wichelhaus 


B., 1, 265 


vi., 980 


Tribrompropionic acid 


CBr 3 .CH 2 .COOH 


C 3 H 3 Br 3 2 


.... 


53 


Fittig and Petri 


A., 195, 73 


40, 800 





CH 2 Br.CBr 2 .COOH 







92 


Michael and Norton 


A. C. J., 2, 18 


11 


?j u 





ta 


.... 


93 


Linnemann & Penl 


B., 8, 1098 










n 


.... 


95 


Mauthner & Suidn 


W. A., 83, 273 


40, 889 





CHBr 3 .CHBr.COOH 





.... 


118 


Hill and Andrews 


A. C. J., 4, 177 


42, 1187 


I! >! 








.... 


118 


Hill 


A. C. J., 4, 273 




Tribromlactic acid 


CBr 3 .CH(OH).COOH 


C 3 H 3 Br 3 3 




141-143 


Wallach & Eeinckt 


B, 10, 2129 


34, 403 


Dibromacetone 


CH 2 Br.CO.OH 2 Br 


C 3 H 4 Br 2 




24 


Volker 


A., 11)2, 1)7 


34, 781 


a-brompropionic bromide .... 


Me.CHBr.COBr 





154-155 




Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 36 


Dibrompropionic aldehyde .... 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.COH (?) 





79-85 (5-6) 


Liquid 


Grimaux and Adam 


B. S. [2], 36, 136 


40, 1029 


,, 





J? 


150-170 


.... 


Aronstein 


As., 3, 188 


vi., .-,(; 


u u 


.... 


( ). 


.... 


59 


Henry 


B., 7, 1113 


28, 1 43 


5* 


.... 





.... 


60; 66 


Linnemann & Penl 


B., 8, 1097 




)J I) 









66 


Volker 


A., 192,89 


34, 781 


a-a-Dibronipropionic acid .... 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .COOH 


C 3 H 4 Br 2 O 2 


220-S21 *. d. 


61 


Phillip! and Tollens 


B., 6, 516 


26, 101!) 


V ) M * 








227 


65 


Friedel & Machuca 


C. E., 54, 220 


vii., 1010 


,, 





I* 


.*.* 


65-66-5 


Tollens 


Z. C., 14, 305 


24, 1040 


a-0- 


CH,Br.CHBr.COOH 





.... 


58 


Schmoger 


J. p. [2], 24, 43 


42, 40 


V ) "" 




f 


lowly heated 


64 > 


Tollens 


B., 8, 1452 


29, 561 






1 


Quickly 


a.f. 51 J 











. > 





.... 


63-64; a.f. 51 


Linnemann & Penl 


B., 8, 1099 


29, 64 








,, 


240 d. 


63-64 


Phillip! & Tollens 


B., 6, 516 


26, 1019 











.... 


63-64 


Wagner andTolleus 


B., 6, 514 


26, 1221 


,, 








220-240 


64-64-5 


Miinder and Tollens 


B., 5, 73 


25, 402 


,. 








.... 


69-70 


Phillipi and Tollens 


B., 6, 518 




,, ,, 








+7H 2 


s. 5 


Linnemann & Penl 


B., 8, 1098 


29, 64 


Dibromlactic acid 


... 


C 3 H 4 Br z 8 


.... 


98 





B., 8, 1101 




Propionyl bromide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COBr 


C 3 H 5 BrO 


96-98 




Sestini 


B. S. [2], 11, 468 


vi., 962 








,, 


103-104 




Bruyn 


C. C., 1885, 356 


48, 963 











104-106 




Kaschirsky 


C. C., 1881, 278 


42,37 


Epibromhydriu 


CH 2 Br.CH.CH 2 .0 





138 




Berthelot & DeLuca 


J., 9, 600 


i., 668 










139 






.... 


ii., 898 








M 


138-140 




Henry 


A., 154, 363 


vii., 210 


Bromacetone ... 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 Br 




1 Aftl A*** H 




Eiche 




, 


a-Bromallyl alcohol 


CH 2 1 CBr.CH 2 .OH 


" 


155 




Henry 


B., 5, 453 . 


vii., 50, 1018 


,, ,, 





M 


152 (776) 







B., 14, 404 


25, 686 


Methylic bromacetate 


CH 2 Br.COOMe 


C 3 H 5 BrO 2 


144 d. 


.... 


Perkin and Duppa 


11, 22 


i., 065 


a-Brompropionic acid 


CH 3 .CHBr.COOH 


M 


202-205-5 c. 


s. 17 


Kekule 


A., 130, 17 


iv., 733- 


) ji 








202 




Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881],' 278 


42,37 


v ,, ,, 








190-210 


.... 


Friedel & Machuca 


C. E., 53, 408 


iv., 733 


? 11 







190-210 




Beckurts and Otto 


B., 18, 222 




0- 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .COOH 


9) 


it.. 


6V5 


Bichter 


Z. C. [1868], 450 










n 




61-62 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 18, 227 


48, 506 


/3-Bromlactic acid 


CH 2 Br.CH(OH).COOH 


q,H.BrQ, 




89-90 


Melikoff 


B., 13, 958 


38, 800 


Dibrompropyl alcohol 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.(JH 2 .OH 


C 3 H 6 Br 2 O 


212-214 




Eichter 


E. K. T. 




V M 








217 




Aronheim 


B., 7, 1382 


28, 246 


) 


TJ 


,, 


219 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


V )1 







219 


.... 


Morkownikoff 


J. [1864], 490 


vi., 91 


Dibromhydrin 


C 3 H 5 Br 2 .OH 


f| 


219 




Berthelot and Luca 


J., 8, 627 


i., 668 





D 





219 







J., 9, 601 







,i 


u 


214-220 




Zotta 


A., 174, 96 




Trimethylene glycol bromhy 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .CH 2 .OH 


C 3 H 7 BrO 


98-112(185) 


Liqviid 


Fruhling 


M. C., 3, 697 


44, 42 


drin 
















Pn.pylene 


OH 3 .CHBr.CH 2 .OH 




145-148 






Z. C. [1870], 423 




a-Glycerol-bromhydrin 


CH 2 Br.CH(OH).CH.,(OH)( ?) 


C 3 H 7 BrO 2 


180 (10) 




Berthelot and Luca 


A. C. [3], 48, 304 


i., 668 


**' )i 


CH 2 (OH).CHBr.CH 2 (OH)(?) 





160 (66) 


L. 15 


Veley 


C. N., 47, 39 




1 




C 3 H 8 Br 4 


210 


.... 


Henry 


A., 154, 363 


vii., 210 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



395 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bromorualelc anhydride 


C,HBr.CO.O.CO 

i" i 


C 4 HBrO 3 


212 


Liquid 


Kekule 


A., 131, 1 


iii., 787 


j) 





)) 


214 


Liquid 


Pictet 


B., 13, 1670 


40, 253 


!) )I 








$16 


Liquid 


Anschiitz 


B., 10, 1884 


34, 136 


) 


Polymer ? 


J) 


.... 


108-110 


Carius 


A., 149, 265 


vi., 797 


Bromomucobromic acid 




C 4 HBr 3 O 2 


.... 


53-54 


Jackson and Hill 


B., 11, 1673 


36, 224 


)J 5) 


.... 


)) 


.... 


55-56 


Hill 


B., 13, 737 




Bromomaleic acid dibromide 




?1 


.... 


55 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1761 


46, 1305 


u-Dibromfurfurane .... 


CH:CBr.O.CBr:CH 


C 4 H 2 Br 2 O 


164-163(764); 


9-10 


Hill and Hartshorn 


B., 18, 448 


48, 762 




i i 




62-63 (15) 















, 


)> 


165-167 


Liquid 


Canzoneri & Oliveri 


G. I., 15, 113 


48, 1144 


Mucobromic aldehyde 


C.,Br,(COH) 2 


C 4 H 3 Br 2 O 2 




88 


Tonnies 


B., 12, 1203 


36, 918 


Isodibromosuccinic anhydride 


CBr .CH 3 .CO.O.CO 


C 4 H 2 Br 2 O 3 




32 


Pictet 


B., 13, 1670 


40, 253 




i " i 














Dibromsuccinic 


CHBr.CHBr.CO.O.CO 


)) 


.... 


100 


Kekule 


As., 2, 85 


v., 459 




i i 














Mucobromic acid 




5J 


.... 


130 


Schmelz & Beilsteiu 


As., 32, 78 


iv., 764 


,, 


.... 







120-121 


Jackson and Hill 


B., 11, 1671 


36, 224 


n ,, .... .... 


.... 


)> 




120-125 


Hill 


B., 13, 734 


26, 625 


,, 









120-130 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 293 


vii., 828 


Dibromomaleic acid 


C 2 Br, ! (COOH) 3 


C 4 H 2 Br 2 O 4 




108 


Kekule 


A., 130, 3 


38, 160 


., 


i) 





.... 


112 


> 


A., 131, 1 


iii., 788 


, j> 


)) 


)) 




108-120 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 294 


vii., 828; 26, 625 


,, 


JJ 


) 


.... 


120-123 


Hill 


B., 13, 736 




,, 


) 


)J 


.... 


123-125 


Hill and Hartshorn 


B., 18, 450 


48, 762 


>j 


JJ 





.... 


123-125 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I., 14, 31 ; B, 


46, 1117 














17, 553 




Dibromfumaric acid 


(3OOH.CBr : CBr.COOH 





Blackens 217 


219-220 p.d. 


Bandrowsky 


B., 12, 2213 


38, 160 


Hexabromethylmethyl ketone 


CBr.,.CH 2 .CO.CBr 3 


C 4 H 2 Br 6 O 




89-90 


Demole 


B., 11, 1712 


36, 220 


a-Dibromfurfurane tetrabro- 


CH Br.CBr 2 .O.CBr 3 CHBr 


J1 


.... 


110-111 


Hill 


B., 16, 1132 


44, 912 


mide 


i i 
















n 








.... 


110-111 


Hill and Hartshorn 


B., 18, 449 


48, 762 


? 


.... 


5 


.... 


55 


J ! 


J> 


u 


Pentabromethylic bromace- 


CH 2 Br.COO.CBr 2 .CBr 3 


C 4 H 2 Br 6 2 


195-198 


Liquid 


Kessel 


B., 11, 1923 


36, 1.38 


tate 
















Octobromethyl oxide 


(CBr 3 .CHBr) 2 


C 4 H 2 Br 8 O 


132-135 







B.. 10, 1668 


34, 128 








(450-470) 










? 


.... 


C 4 H 3 Br0 2 




84 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 292 


vii., 1032 ; 26, 
















625 


Bromsuccinic anhydride 


CH 2 .CHBr.CO.O.CO 


C 4 H 3 BrO b 


137(11) 


26-31 


Anschiitz & Bennert 


B., 15, 643 


42, 828 




i " i 














? 




) 


.... 


109 


.... 


J. p. [2], 23, 441 




Acid from mucobromic acid 




C 4 H,Br0 4 




111-112 (?) 


Hill 


B., 17, 240 


46, 731 


Bromomaleic acid 


CJIBr.(COOH) 2 


V 




abt; 120 


Carius 


A,, 149, 265 


vi., 797 





1) 


'I 


.... 


125-126 


Kekule 


A., 131, 87 


iii., 787, 788 


,, 


J 







125-126 


Anschiitz 


B., 10, 1884 


34, 136 


> " 


IT 


5 




126-127 


Kekule 


A., 130, 1 


v., 458 


>, )i 


) 


1> 




127-128 


Pictet 


B., 13, 1670 


40, 253 


ji )> > 


1? 


ji 




128 


Petri 


A., 195, 62 


36, 373 





)) 







129-130 


Bandrowski 


B., 12, 345 


36, 524 


Io- 


It 







160 


Kekul6 


A., 131, 1 


iii., 788 


1) )> 





> 




165 


Carius 


A., 149, 265 


vi., 797 


Bromfumaric acid 


COOH.CH : CBr.COOH 


) 




172 


Kekule 


A., 130, 1 


v., 458 


,1 n "" 


)) 


)) 




172 


Bandrowski 


B., 12, 345 


36, 524 


)) ,, . 


1) 







174-175 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1761 




)) , > 


>J 


) 




176-177 





B., 17, 1763 


46, 1306 


,, v 


)> 


,, 




177-178 


Bandrowski 


B., 15, 2697 




Tribromsuceinic acid 


COOH.CHBr.CBrj.COOH 


C 4 H 3 Br s O 4 




136-137 


Petri 


A., 195, 70 


36, 373 


51 i) " 


? 







d.w.m. 200 


Burgoin 


('. R, 78, 1111 


37, 786 


Tetrabromethylic bromace- 


CHjBr.COO.CBrj.CHBr,, 


C 4 H 3 Br 5 2 


175-177 


Liquid 


Kessel 


B., 11, 1921 


36, 138 


tate 
















Dibromomethacrylic acid .... 


fr. CH,:CMe.COOH 


C 4 H 4 Br 2 2 




78 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 67, 129 


vi., 510, 511 


Dibroincrotonic acid 


.... 


j) 


i 95-97 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1081 





3 E -2 



396 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Broniacetic anhydride 


(CILBr.COkO 


C.H.BrA 


245 


Liquid 


Gal 


C. R, 71, 273 


vii.,ll;24,232 


Dibromsuccinic acid .... 


COOH.CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


CjH^BrA 


.... 


d.w.m. 


.... 


G. H., 524 




Isodibromsuccinic acid 


COOH.CH 2 .CBrj.COOH 


J) 


.... 


160 


Kekule 


As. 2, 89 


v., 459 


Tetrabrombutyric acid 


C 3 H 3 Br 4 .COOH 


C 4 H 4 Br 4 O 2 


.... 


115 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 296 


vii.,828;26,(;2.-, 


Bromomethacrylic acid 


CHBr I CMe.COOH 


C 4 H 5 BrO,. 


228-230 p.d. 


60 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 67, 29 


vi., 511 


i 


JJ 





.... 


62-63 


Kichter . 


R. K. T. 




>! 11 


) 





.... 


65 


Kekul6 


As., 2, 85 





11 11 


J) 


) 


.... 


65 


Friedrich 


A., 203, 351 


40, 413 


Isobromotnethacrylic acid 


CH s :C(CH 2 Br).COOH 


) 




65-66 


Krusemark 


A., 206, 12, 22 


40, 416 


0-Bromcro tonic acid 


CH 3 .CBr:CH.COOH 


)) 


.... 


90 


.... 


J. p. [2], 25, 388, 
















394 




ft- 


> 


)J 




92 


Michael & Norton 


A. C. J., 2, 15 


40, 799 


- >i 11 


CH 3 CH:CBr.COOH 


;j 




106-5 





>i 





11 11 11 


) 


jj 


cf. B., 15, 49 


107-109 


Bischoff & Guthzeit 


B., 14, 617 




Ethylic oxalyl bromide 


COOEt.CO.Br. 


C 4 H 5 Br0 3 


abt. 150 


.... 


Kichter 


C. C., 1875, 446 


36, 139 


Bronisucciuic acid 


COOH.CHBr.CH 2 .COOH 


C 4 H 5 BrO 4 




159 




A. 




11 .... .... 





> 


.... 


160 


Anschiitz & Bennert 


B., 15, 643 




11 11 .... .... 


> 


)) 


.... 


160 


Fittig 


B., 9, 122 


29, 898 


Aldehyde broraal 


CBr 3 .CHO+OH 3 .CHO 


C 4 H s Br 3 O 2 


abt. 175 


Liquid 


Schiitzenberger 


B. S. [2], 19, 8 


26, 487 


Ethylic tribroinacetate 


CBr 3 .COOEt 


JJ 


225 




Gal 


B. S., 5, 172 


vi., 21 


Tribrombutyric acid 


C 3 H 4 Br 3 .COOH 


)) 


.... 


111 


Michael & Norton 


A. C. J., 2, 162 


40, 799 


,1 .... 





J) 




114 


i? 


ji 


)J 


n-Bromisobutyric bromide .... 


CMe 2 Br.COBr 


C 4 H fi Br 2 O 


162-164 




Kaachirsky 


C. C., 1881, 287 


42,37 


a-Brombutyric 


CH,.CH 2 .CHBr.COBr 


j 


172-174 




11 


1) 


i 


Ethylic dibromacetate 


CHBr s .COOEt 


C 4 H 6 Br 2 2 


192 


Liquid 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 369 




11 11 


)> 


> 


194 


.... 


Gal ' 


B. S., 5, 172 


vi., 21 


11 11 


)) 





192-195 


.... 


Remi 


B., 8, 695 


28, 1004 


Bromethylic bromacetate .... 


CH 2 Br.COO.OH 2 .CH, ! Br. 


J 


230-240 d. 


.... 


Demole 


B., 9, 557 


30, 283 


11 11 


CH 2 Br.COO.CHBr.CH 3 


)J 


180-240 d. 




Kessel 


B., 10, 1995 ; 11 


34, 133 








(o.p.);130- 






1917 










135 (360) 










Dibromethylic acetate 


CH 3 .COO.CH s .CHBr 2 





193-195 u.c. 




Demole 


B., 9, 51 




Methylic-a-a-dibrompro- 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .COOMe 


T 


175-179 


.... 


Philippi 


A., 171, 323 




pionate 
















Methylie-a-/3-dibrompro- 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.COOMe 





203 (745) 


Liquid 


Miinder & Tollens 


B., 5, 74 ; A., 


25, 402 ; vii., 


pionate 












167, 229 


1012 


u 11 


11 


J? 


205-8 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46,11 


a-Dibrombutyric acid 


.... 


n 


d. 


8. 15 


Schneider 


A., 119, 279 


vi., 380 


11 11 11 


.... 


JT 


.... 


Liquid 


Michael & Norton 


A. C. J., 2, 12 




11 11 11 




J^ 


150 (3) 


Liquid 


Friedel & Machuca 


As., 2, 76 


vi., 379 


-/3- 


CHj.CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


,, 


.... 


78 


Bulk 


A., 139, 69 




11 11 11 


)i 


J 


.... 


87-90 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 25, 385 
















397 




11 i> 11 








.... 


87 


Michael & Norton 


A. C. J., 2, 12 




11 jj 11 .... 


11 


> 




90 


Korner 


A., 137, 234 


vi., 510 


Dibromisobut} 7 ric acid 







232 (760)p.d. 


45-48 


Cahours 


R, 4, 145 


vi., 379 


11 11 


.... 


)1 




48 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 25, 373 


44,573 


Methyl bromallyl oxide 


CH s .O.C 3 H 4 Br 


C 4 H.BrO 


115-116 




Henry 


Z. C. [2], 6, 575 ; 


vii., 50 ; 25, 














B., 5, 455 


687 


Isobutyric bromide .... 


CHMe 2 .CX)Br 


Jl 


116-118 




Kaschirsky 


C. C., 1881, 273 


42,37 


Butyric bromide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COBr 


)J 


126-127 




i 


i> 


D 


11 )) . .... 


M 


I 


128 






J., 1857, 344 




Bromisobutyric aldehyde .... 


.... 


(0 4 H 7 BrO) n 




128-129 




A., 211,353 




Bromethylic acetate.... 


CH 3 .COO.CHBr.CH 3 


C 4 H 7 BrO 2 


135-145 p.d. 


.... 


Tawildarow 


B., 7, 731 


27, 1080 


11 11 


CH 3 .COO.CH 2 .CH.,Br 


i) 


161-163 




.... 


A., 171, 121 




Ethylic bromacetate 


CH 2 Br.COOEt 


? 


159 




Aronstein 


B., 14, 606 




11 11 .... .. 


>i 


) . 


759 




Perkin and Duppa 


11, 22 


i., 665 


11 11 .... 


11 


j) 


159 




Gal 


B. S., 5, 172 


vi., 21 


o-Brombutyric acid 


C:H 3 .CH 2 .CHBr.COOH 


jj 


110 (3) 




Friedel & Machuca 


As., 2, 76 


vi., 379 


i 11 11 


) 


V 


180 


Liquid 15 


Schneider 


A., 119, 279 


vi, 379 


11 11 11 > 


J 





200 


.... 


Naumann 


A., 119, 115 





,* i 11 .... 


> 




sir p.d. 


.... 


Friedel & Machuca 


A., 120, 279 


11 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



397 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Brombutyric acid .... 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHBr.COOH 


C 4 H 7 BrO 2 


214-217 


> 


Kaschirsky 


C. C. [1881], 278 


42, 37 


i3-Bromisobutyric acid 


CH 2 Br.CHMe.COOH 





.... 


ft 


Engelhorn 


A., 200, 65 


38, 379 


a- 


Me,.CBr.COOH 


11 


.... 


42 


Markownikoff 


A., 138, 361 


vi., 379 


n 11 11 








.... 


45 


Engelhorn 


A., 200, 65 


38, 379 


11 11 11 










45-46 


Thomson 


A., 200, 75 


38, 380 


11 11 11 








198-200 p.d. 


48 


Hell & Waldbauer 


B., 10, 448 


32, 313 


11 11 11 


*) 


,. 


.... 


48 


Kaschirsky 


C. C., 1881, 27 


42, 37 


Bromhydroxybutyric acid .... 


C 3 H 5 Br(OH).COOH 


C 4 H 7 BrO 3 




90 


Melikoff 


B. S., 43, 115 


48, 650 


11 11 


3J 







100-102 


.... 


J. R., 7, 179 




Bromhydroxyisobutyric acid 


CH 2 Br.CMe(OH).COOH 





.... 


100-101 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 25, 376 


44, 573 


>! 11 








.... 


101 


Melikoff 


B. S., 43, 115 


48, 650 


Acetone bromoform .... 


COMe 2 +CHBr 3 


C 4 H.Br 3 O 


.... 


167 


Willgerodt 


B., 14, 2458 


42, 492 


11 11 


11 





.... 


175 


Willgerodt&MUller 


C. C. [18S4], 808 


48, 648 





n i 





+xH 2 


165-167 


11 


V 





Bromal alcoholate 


CBr 3 .CH(OH)(OEt) 


C 4 H 7 Br 3 2 


.... 


44 


Schaffer 


B., 4, 367 


24, 558 ; vii., 
















209 


Glycerol methyldibrom- 


C 3 H 5 Br 2 (OMe) 


C 4 H 8 Br 2 


185 




Henry 


B., 5, 455 


25, 687 


hydrin 
















Ethylene oxybromide 


.... 


C 4 H 8 Br 2 2 


95 


65 


.... 


A. C. [3], 69, 317 


ii., 580 


Erythrol dibromhydrin 


C 4 H 6 Br 2 (OH) 2 





.... 


130 


Champion 


C. R., 73, 114 


24, 811 ; vii., 
















471 


Bromethyl oxide 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .OEt 


C 4 H 9 BrO 


127-128(755) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 1007 


48, 882 


Diethyleneglycol bromhydrin 


CH 2 Br.CHj.O.CH 2 .CH,.OH 


C 4 H 9 BrO 2 


205 


.... 


.... 


A. C. [3], 67, 286 




? 


(C 2 H 4 O 2 ) 2 .Br 2 .HBr. 


C 4 H 9 Br 3 4 


.... 


8d. 


Steiner 


B., 7, 184 


27, 566 


Ethyl oxide + bromine 


Et 2 O+Br 3 


C 4 H 10 Br 3 


.... 


22 




A., 167, 86 




Tribrompyromucic acid 


O.CBr I CBr.CBr : C.COOH 

i j 


C 5 HBr 3 3 




218-219 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1763 


43, 1306 


Dibrornpyromucic acid 


O.CBr : CH.CBr : C.COOH 


C 5 H 2 Br 2 3 




168 


m 


B., 17, 1762 


46, 1305 


















> 11 


O.CH : CBr.CBr '. C.COOH 






185 


Canzoneri & Oliveri 


G. I., 14, 172 


48, 245 




i 1 














11 11 


11 







184-186 


Tonnies 


B., 11, 1088 


34,786 


11 11 


11 


J) 




192 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1762 


46, 1305 


Tribromethylidene tribrom- 


CBr 3 .CH.O.CH(CBr 3 )COO 


C 5 H 2 Br 6 3 




158 


Wallach & Reiucke 


B., 10, 2129 ; A., 


34, 404 


lactate (Bromalide) 


i j 










193, 52 






Bromcitraconic anhydride .... 


C 3 H 3 Br.CO.O.CO 


C 5 H 3 Br0 3 


.... 


95 


Richter 


R. K. T., 69 






1 ._! 














11 11 








200 


97-98 


Lagermarck 


Z. C. [2], 6, 299 


vii., 349 


11 11 








225 


.... 


Kekule 


As., 2, 92 




11 11 


,. 





.... 


99-100 


Richter 


R. K. T., 69 




/3-Brompyromucic acid 


O.CH . CH.CBr I C.COOH 




constit. cf. 


128-129 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1762 


46, 1306 




> i 




B. 11,1840 












y- 11 


O.CH : CBr.CH : C.COOH 


, ; 


^ 


155 


Canzoneri & Oliveri 


G. I., 14, 172 


48, 245 




1 1 














11 11 I* *.' 







11 


155 


Schiff & Tassinari 


B., 11, 843 


34, 721 


11 11 n 











156-157 





G. I., 8, 297 




8- 


O.CBr : CH.CH I C.COOH 




V 


180 


M 


B 


36, 308 




i i 














11 11 *i 








,, 


183-184 


Hill 


B., 16, 1131 


44, 912 


11 11 11 


11 








183-184 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1763 


46, 1306 


? 


.... 


C.H.BrO. 


+H 2 


d. 120 


.... 


J. p. [2], 23, 441 




8-Brompyromucic acid tetra- 


O.CBr 2 .CHBr.CHBr.CBr. 


C 5 H 3 Br 6 3 


.... 


170 d. 


Hill and Sanger 


B., 17, 1763 


46, 1306 


bromide 


i i 


















COOH 














Itadibrompyrotartaric anhy- 


C 3 H 4 Br 2 .CO.O.CO 


C 5 H 4 Br 2 3 




50 


Petri 


B., 14, 1637 


40, 1032 


dride 


r' " J 
















Pyromucic acid tetrabromide 


O.CHBr.CHBr.CHBr.CBr. 


C 5 H 4 Br 4 0, 




159-160 d. 


Tonnies 


B., 11, 1086 


34,786 




i i 
















COOH 














Bromitaconic acid 


.... 


C 5 H 5 Br0 4 . 


.... 


164 d. 


.... 


J., 1873, 584 




Tribromethylidene lactate .... 


CBr 3 .CH.O.CHMe.COO 


C 5 H 6 Br 3 3 




95-97 


Wallach & Keincke 


B., 10, 2130 


34, 404 




i i 














11 11 









95-97 


Kilimenko 


J. p. [2], 13, 100 


29,900 


Ethylic tribrompyruvate 


CBr 3 .CO.COOEt 







95-97 


.... 


J. R., 8, 125 




Tribrompyrotartaric acid .... 


CTT T>_ //"1/^/~\TT\ 
1 Ll-,L>T'A \..'\J\J fl l.y 


C 5 H 6 Br 3 O 4 




w.m. 240 


Lagermarck 


Z. C. [2], 6, 303 


vii., 1034 


Ethylic /3-dibromacrylate .... 


CBr 2 : CH.COOEt 


<; 5 H 6 Br 2 2 


212-214 


Liquid 


Petri 


A., 195, 72 


36, 373 



398 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromvalerolactone 


.... 


C 5 H 6 Br 2 2 


.... 


81 


Wolff 


A., 229, 24!) 


48, 1121 


Dibromlevulinic acid 


.... 


C 5 H 6 Br 2 3 


d. 130-140 


112-113 


Hell and Kehrer 


B., 17, 1982 


46, 1298 


Methylic dibromsuccinate ... 


COOMe.CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


C i H.Br i 4 




d. w. m. 24"> 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1846 




Itadibrompyrotartaric acid... 


.... 


)) 


240-250 (o.p. 


.... 


Petri 


B., 14, 1637 










d.; 174-175 
















(i.v.) d. 










Dibromglutaric acid 


fr. COOH.(CH 2 ) 3 .COOH 


)J 


.... 


101-103 




B. S., 27, 348 




Dibrompyrotartaric acid 


.... 


)) 


.... 


127-128 


Bischoff & Emmert 


B., 15, 1107 


42, 1191 


Citradibrorupyrotartaric acid 


.... 


J) 


.... 


150 


Fittig 


A., 187, 42 


38, 738 


?J 




JJ 


d. 165-170 


150 


) 


B., 10, 517 


32, 430 





.... 


)J 


.... 


193-194 d. 




A., 206, 2 




Meta-dibroinpyrotartaric acic 


.... 


>J 


..., 


170 d. 


jj 


B., 10, 517 


32, 430 


' ? 


.... 


)) 


.... 


170 


i) 


A., 187, 42 


32, 738 


> 




1> 


.... 


204 d. 


.... 


A., 206, 2 




Ethylic |8-bromacrylate 


CHBr I CH.COOEt 


C 5 H 7 Bi-0 2 


155-158-5 




Wagner and Tollenb 


A., 171, 350 


27, 681 


Bromallylic acetate .... 


CH 2 : CBr.CH 2 .OAc 





163-164 




Henry 


B., 5, 453 


25, 686 ; vii., 
















50, 1018 


Bromvalerolactone 





)) 


.... 


1.-15 


Messerschmidt 


A., 208, 101 


42, 35 


Bromlevulinic acid 


.... 


C 5 H ; Br0 3 




59 


Wolff 


A., 229, 249 


48, 1124 


Bromethylmalonic acid 


CH 2 Br.CH 2 .CH(COOH) 2 


C 5 H 7 BrO 4 




116 


Fittig and Boeder 


B., 16, 373 


44, 730 


!) !) 





J 


.... 


11G 


Boeder 


A., 227, 13 


48, 653 


H 


) 


) 


.... 


116-117 


Perk in 


47, 814 




Itabrompyrotartaric acid ... 


CsHjB^COOH)., 


)) 


abt. 250 d. 


130-134 


.... 


Z. C., 1866, 722 


vi., 981 





51 





.... 


137 


Landolt and Fittig 


B., 9, 1193 


31,61 


)> 


JJ 


I) 




137 


Fittig 


A., 187, 42 


32, 737 


Bromisopyrotartaric acid _.. 


C^Br.CHCCOOH),, 





.... 


141 


Glaus 


B., 10, 824; A., 


32, 593 ;34, 857 














191, 80 




Citrabrompyrotartaric acid.... 


C 3 H 5 Br(COOH) 2 


)) 


.... 


148 


Fittig 


A., 187, 42 


32, 738 


j 


)J 


)> 


.... 


146 d. 


Fittig and Landolt 


B., 9, 1193 


31,61 


Brompyrotartaric acid 


fr. COOH.CH2.CHMe.COOH 


J 




202-204 


Guthzeit & Bischofl 


B., 14, 616 


40, 579 


Hydroxybrompyrotartaric 


C,H 4 Br(OH)(COOH) 3 


C 5 H 7 Br0 5 


.... 


156 d. 


Scherks 


A., 227, 233 


48, 513 


acid 
















Ethylic tribromlactate 


CBr a .OH(OH).COOEt 


C 5 H 7 Br 3 3 


.... 


44-46 


Wallach 


A., 193, 52 


34,403 


Ethylic u-dibrompropionate 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .COOEt 


C 5 H 3 Br 2 2 


190-191 




Philippi and Tollens 


B., 6, 517 


vii., 1011; 26 
















1019 


i) ?) 





)) 


191-192 




Tollena 


A., 171, 324 




,, o/3- 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.COOEt 


)) 


211-214 




Miinder and Tollens 


B., 5, 73 


25, 404 


>1 !> )> 





) 


211-214(746) 


.... 





A., 167, 230 


vii., 1012 


) ) 51 





)> 


210-214 




Philippi and Tollens 


B., 6, 517 


26, 1019 


J> )> 





)J 


214-6 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Dibromvaleric acid 


fr. CH S .(CH 2 ),.COOH 


)T 


.... 


57-58 


Messerschmidt 


A., 208, 110 


42,35 


j) ,, 


fr. Angelic acid 


)) 




76 p. d. 


Jafte 


A., 135, 291 


vi., 157 


j, n 


C 2 H 4 Br.CMeBr.COOH 







82-83 


Berendes 


B., 10, 836 


32, 593 


5j D > 





) 




82-83 


Schmidt 


A. P. [3], 13, 213 


36, 223 


)) )) 





) 




83-83-5 


Fittig 


B., 10, 516 




) jj 


CH 3 .CHBr.CBrMe.COOH 







86-5 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 255 




) " 


) 


) 


.... 


86-86-5 


Pagenstecher 


A., 195, 123 


36, 456 


Broiuallylethyloxide 


CH 2 :CBr.CH,,.OEt 


C 5 H 9 BrO 


130-135 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 5, 189 


vii., 50 


Isovaleric bromide 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .COBr 


)} 


143 




Buchamp 


C. E., 42, 224 


v., 979 


Ethylic a-brompropionate .... 


CH 3 .CHBr.COOEt 


C 5 H 9 Br0 2 


158 






M. C., 2, 543 




; 


J 


) 


159-160 d. 




Henry 


A., 156, 176 




)) 


) 


) 


160-165 






A., 197, 13 




) 5) 


> 





162 


.... 




A., 216, 31 




l 


) 




129-132(160) 






A., 206, 319 




Methylic a-brombntyrate .... 


Me.CH 2 .CHBr.COOMe 


|] 


165-172 




Duvillier 


C. E., 88, 598 


36, 523 


a-Bromisovaleric acid 


CHMe 2 .CHBr.COOH 




226-230 




Gahours 


As., 2, 78 


v., 978 


Q-Broni-ni6thylethylacetic 


( 1 W PIT PTLf^U nr\/^TT 
















^n 3 .^n 2 .OJMer>r.(JOOM 


)) 




66-66-5 


Pagenstecher 


A., 195, 110 


36, 455 


acid 
















Glycerol acetobromhydrin .... 


C 3 H s Br(OAc)(OII) 


C 5 H 9 Br0 3 


175 (100) 






J., 1878, 523 




ethyldibromhydrin 


C 3 H 5 Br 2 (OEt) 


CsHjoBijO 


193-195 




Morkownikoff 


Z. C., 1865, 554 


vi., 99 


Tribromquiuone 


G,HBr,:0, 


C 6 HBr 3 2 




108 


.... 


A. C. [5], 15, 67 




)> .... 


JJ 


JJ 




147 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 120 


40, 1136 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



399 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tribromhydroxyquinone .... 


C 6 Br 3 (OH) : 2 


C 6 HBr 3 3 


.. 


206-207 


Barth and Schreder 


M. C., 5, 589 


48, 520 


Bromoxytetrabrombenzene ... 


C 6 HBr 4 .OBr 


C 6 HBr s O 




121 


.... 


M. G, 1, 361 




Pentabromphenol 


C 6 Br 5 .OH 





.... 


225 


Korner 


A., 137, 210 


vi., 908 


Pentabromresorcinol 


C 6 Br 4 OH.OBr 6 5.4 2 3.1 


C 6 HBr 5 O 2 




113-5 


Stenhouse 


P. E., 20, 72; A., 


25, 298; vii., 














163, 184 


' > J 

1042 


Phlorobromin 




C c HBr O 




152 


Benedikt 


A., 189, 166 


34, 499 


Brom. deriv. of Bromanil- 




C 6 HBr, O 




110-5 


Stenhouse 


As., 8, 22 


vi., 986 


aminic acid 
















Dibromquinone .... .... 


C H Br " O ? ? 4 1 


C H Br O 




76 




J. p. [21, 24, 465 






ii 






88 




r L J" ) 

A. C. [5], 15, 67 







ii i 


ji 




122 


Levy and Schultz 


A., 210, 157 


42, 510 





!> 1 







188 


Schulz 


B., 15, 655 




,, 


,, 







188 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 113 


40, 1136 


Bromoxylbromcomenic acid 




C 6 H 2 Br 2 6 


+3H S 


d. 105 




J. p. [2], 26, 467 




Bromoxytribrombenzene .... 


C H Bi 3 .OBr 


C 6 H 2 Br 4 


.... 


109 


Benedikt 


A., 199, 128 










J) 




118 





M. C., 1, 360 


38, 246 


Tetrabromphenol 


C 6 HBr,.OH=6. 4.3.2.1 







120 


Korner 


A., 137, 209 


vi., 908 


Tetrabromresorcinol.. . 


C c Br 4 (OH) 2 =6.5.4.2.3. 1 


C 6 H 2 Br 4 2 




163 


Claassen 


B., 11, 1440 


34,867 













167 


Benedikt 


M. C., 1, 366 




Tetrabrompyrocatechol 


6.5.4.3.2.1 






187 


Stenhouse 


C. E., 29, 95 


27, 587 


Tetrabromqxiinol 


=6.5.3.2.4.1 


JJ 




244 




A. 




Bromphenylene oxide 


C 6 H 3 Br:0 


C 6 H 3 BrO 


.... 


195 


Marker 


A., 124, 250 


v., 161 


Bromqumone . .... 


C,H 3 Br I O 2 =5.4.1 


C 1 H BrO 




55-56 


Sarauw 


A.. 209, 102, 106 


40, 1135 


























55-56 


Schulz 


B., 15, 656 




CO 




\*) 


I 


abt. 88 




A. C. [5], 22, 218 


40, 583 


Bromeoumalinic acid 


C 4 HJBr(NH 2 )(COOH) 2 


C,H,Bi0 4 


.... 


176 


Pechmann 


B., 17, 2397 


48, 175 


Di bromeitraconimide 


C 4 H 2 Br 2 :(CO) 2 :NH 


C 6 H 3 Br 2 2 


.... 


142-144 


Mendini 


G. I., 15, 182 


48, 1126 


Tribromphenol 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .OH=6. 4.2.1 


C 6 H 3 Br 8 




89-90; 91 


Baumann & Brieger 


B., 12, 805 


36, 789 





ii ii 


11 




92 


Post 


A., 205, 66 







11 11 





.... 


92 


Werner 


C. E., 98, 1333 


46, 900 





H 11 







abt. 93 


Armstrong& Brown 




25, 858 





11 11 


M 




94 


La Coste 


B., 13, 2177 







11 11 





.... 


94-95 


Michaelis & La Coste 


B., 18, 2112 













.... 


95 


Sintenis 


A., 161, 340 


vii., 929 





11 i> 







95 


Korner 


A., 137, 208 


vi., 908 


Tribromresorciuol 


C 6 HBr 3 (OH) 2 =('0 2 4.3.1 


C 6 H 3 Br,0 2 


+xH 2 


104 


Typke 


B., 10, 1578 













J 


111 


.... 


A., 130, 357 ; 
















M. C., 2, 474 




Tribromquinol 


=5.3.2.4.1 





.... 


136 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 116 


40, 1136 


Tribromphlorglucinol 


C 6 Br 3 (OH) 3 =6. 4.2.5.3.1 


C 6 H 3 Br 3 3 




148 u.c. 


Webster 


47, 424 




Bromeitraconimide 


C 4 H 3 Br:(CO) 2 :NH 


C 6 H 4 Br0 2 


.... 


179-182 


Mendini 


G. L, 15, 182 


48, 1126 


Dibromphenol 


C 6 H 3 Br 2 .OH=4.2.1 


C 6 H 4 Br 2 


154 (11) 


40 


Korner 


A., 137, 205 


vi., 908, 929 ; 
















24, 252 











154 (47) 


40 


Werner 


C. E., 98, 1333 


46, 900 





11 11 





.... 


40 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 36 


38, 658 





=6.2.1 





.... 


55-56 





A., 202, 36 ; B., 


31, 308 ; 38, 














9, 1232 


658 





11 11 







55 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2494 




3-Dibromresorcinol ... 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 (OH) 2 =?.?.3.1 


C 6 H 4 Br 2 2 




83-85 


Zehenter 


M. C., 2, 479 


42, 194 


- ,i 


11 >! 


11 




92-93 


Hofiuann 


B., 8, 64 


28, 571 


,, 


11 11 


,, 




93-93 


Baeyer 


A., 183, 57 


31, 204 


Isodibromquinol 


11 ....4.1 


ii 


.... 


86-87 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 109 


40, 1136 


(=C 6 H 3 Br.OH.OBr ?) 
















Dibromquinol 


=?.3.4.1 







185-186 


Wichelhaus 


B., 12, 1505 


38, 42 










186; 186-187 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 100, 107 


40, 1135, 1136 




" " 






188 


Schulz 


B., 15, 655 




Acetylic mucobromate 


JT 11 

C 3 HBr 2 O.COOAc 


C 6 H<Br.0 4 




53-54 


Jackson and Hill 


B., 11, 1673 


36, 224 


Broniphenol . . . 


O r ,H 4 Br.OH=1.2 


G-H-BrO 


236-238 


Liquid 10-12 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 28, 176 


46, 55 






Vy 6 5 


194-195 


Liquid 


Fittig and Mager 


B., 8, 363 







11 11 


11 


235 


Liquid 


Hiibner& Brenken 


B., 6, 170 


vii., 905 










Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 387 


29, 228 




11 


n 


132(22)118(9) 


Liquid .18 




A., 137, 197 


vi., 907 



400 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




C 6 H 4 Br.OH=1.3 


CLH.BrO 




Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 228 






V^gJJ.JJJ 


227-229 




Wiirster & Nolting 


B., 7, 905 


27, 1163 




JJ JJ 


?) 




18 


Petersen 


A., 159, 71 


24, 249 




)I 


)> 


236-236-5 


32-33 


Fittig and Mager 


B., 8, 364 






I) 


1> 


236-236-5 


32-33 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 28, 176 


40, 55 




IT 5) 

=1.4 


yi 


235-236 


63-64 


Hiibner & Brenkeu 


B., 6, 173 


26, 751 




)) 





%38 


63-64 


Fittig and Mager 


B., 7, 1177 


28, 147 




)' > 


M 




63-64 


Post 


B., 7, 332 


27, 800 




T )) 


) 




63-64 


Bako wski & Lepperi 


B., 8, 789 


28, 1197 




)) ?1 


) 


238 


64 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 28, 176 


46, 55 




)) '> 





137 (28) 


64 


Werner 


C. E., 98, 1333 


46, 900 




JJ ) 


)) 




66 '4 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 387 ; J., 


29, 228 ; vii., 




>J )? 


II 








[1875], 636 


905 


Bromquinol . 


C 6 H,Br(OH) 2 = 5.4.1 


C.H.BrO, 




110 


Sarauw 


A., 209, 100, 105 


40, 1135 






^^6 5 2 




110-112 


Wichelhaus 


B., 12, 1504 


38, 42 


,, .... .... 


> 



1 



.... 


110-112 


Schulz 


B., 15, 655 




Ethylic mucobromate 


C 3 HBr 2 O.COOEt 


C 6 H 6 Br 2 3 


.... 


50-51 


Jackson and Hill 


B., 11, 1672 


36, 224 


Tetrabromadipic acid 


C 4 H 4 Br 4 (COOH) 2 


C 6 H 6 Br 4 4 


.... 


200-211 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 271 


vii., 29 ; 26, 
















623 


Methylic brommaleate 


C 2 HBr(COOMe) 2 


C 6 H 7 Br0 4 


237-338 u.c.; 


Liquid 


Auschiitz 


B., 12, 2284 










126-129 
















(30-40) 










bromfumarate 










30 


)> 


>j 




Bromhydromucouie acid 


.... 


)) 


.... 


183 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 265 


26, 622 ; vii., 
















827 


Tribromadipic acid 


C 4 H 6 Br 3 (COOH) 2 


C 6 H 7 Br 3 4 


.... 


177-180 





A., 165, 269 


vii., 28 ; 26, 
















623 


Dibromallyl oxide 


(C 3 H 4 Br) 2 


C 6 H 8 Br 2 


212-215 


.... 


Henry 


B., 6, 729 


26, 1123 


Allylic a-^-dibrompropionate 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.COO.C 3 H s 


C 6 H 8 Br 2 3 


215-220 


.... 


Miinder & Tollens 


A., 167, 230 ; B., 


25, 402 ; vii., 








(746-5) 






5,73 


1012 


Dibromhydrosorbic acid 


.... 


M 


.... 


94-95 


Kachel and Fittig 


A., 168, 287 


27, 44 


Ethylic dibromsuccinate 


COOH.CHBr.CHBr.COOEt 


C 6 H 8 Br 2 4 




275 u.c. 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1844 


44,44 


Dimethylic 


COOMe.CHBrCHBr.COOMe 


>1 




61-5-62 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2282 




t) .... 


H 


J) 


.... 


62-5 


C'laus 


B., 15, 1846 




> 





I) 


.... 


62-64 




J. E., 11, 288 




Dibrompropylmalonic acid .... 


C 3 H 5 Br,,CH(COOH) 2 





.... 


119-121 


Hjelt 


B., 15, 624 


42, 947 


Dibromadipic acid 


C 4 H 6 Br 2 (OOOH) 2 


)> 


.... 


115-122 




A.., 165, 266 




j) ,, 


) 







175-190 d. 


Limpricht 


A., 165, 253 


vii., 28 ; 26, 
















623 


,, .... 


J) 


)) 




205 


Ador 


B., 4, 627 




Tetrabromcaproic acid 


C 5 H 7 Br 4 .COOH 


C 6 H 8 Br 4 O 2 


.... 


178-179 


Barringer & Fittig 


A., 161, 325 


vii., 1091 


i 


)) 


)) 




183 


.... 


A.,168,277; 200,58 




Etliylic bromomethacrylate 


fr.CH 2 :CMe.COOH 


C 6 H 9 BrO 3 


192-193 


Liquid 


Cahours 


As., 2, 349 


vi., 511 


Hemibromhydriu 


.... 


D 


b. 200 




Berthelot and Luca 


A., 101, 72 


i., 669 


Propylic a-dibrompropionate 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .COOPr 


C 6 H ln Br,O s 


200-204 


.... 


Philippi 


A., 171,324 




-0- 


CH 2 Br.CHBr.COOPr 


H 


233 




Weger 


A., 221, 61 


46, 11 


Ethylic dibrombutyrate 


C 3 H 6 Br 2 .COOEt. 


fj 


191-193 




.... 




vi., 380 


Dibromcaproic acid .... 


C 5 H 9 Br 2 .COOH 


j 


.... 


68 


Fittig 


B., 9, 120 


29, 897 


1 5) 


)J 


l 




68 


Fittig and others 


A., 200, 44 


38, 377 


J) JT *" .... 


Et.CH 2 .CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


j 


.... 


77 


Markownikoff 


B., 6, 1176 




. .... 





ij 




80-5 


Fittig and others 


A., 200, 35 


38, 376 


) )) ' .... 


C 2 HBr 2 MeEt.COOH 


I) 


. 


97-6 


.... 


M. G, 4, 77 




- )! - ~. 








99 


Mulck 


A., 180, 54 


29, 924 


Dibromisocaproic acid 


.... 


>i 


* 


99-100 


Geisler 


A., 208, 46 


42, 42 


)i 
Etliylic a-bromisobutyrate .... 


Me 2 .CBr.COOEt. 




C 6 H n BrO 2 


157-160 


90-91 


Engelhorn 
Markownikoff 


A.,161,314; 200,46 
B., 6, 1440 


27, 359 


n 


JJ 


>' 


158-159 




Hell & Wittekind 


B., 7, 320 




11 !) 





jj 


160 u.c. ; 




Hell & Waldebauer 


B., 10, 449 


32, 313 








162-7 c.(746) 










I! 





)i 


1 60 u.c. ; 163-6 




Markownikoff 


A., 182, 336 










(761-9) 










a-brombutyrate 


C^^CHBr-COOEt 


j) 


\ ' " **/ 

169-174 




Hell & Miihlhimser 


B., 13, 474 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



401 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic a-brombutyrate 


C 2 H 5 .CHBr.COOEt 


C 6 H n Br0 2 


170-172 


.... 


Hell and Lauber 


B., 7, 561 


27, 887 


I* )> 





H 


171-172 




.... 


.... 


26, 495 


11 11 


?) 


11 


175-178 


.... 


Cahours 


J., 15, 248 


vi., 379 


11 11 


11 


11 


178 c. 




Tupoleff 


A., 171, 249 


27, 565 


n 11 


11 


11 


175-185 




.... 


.... 


26, 495 


,, h ,, 


3 H 6 Br.COOEt 


11 


abt. 185 p.d. 




Schneider 


A., 119, 115 


vi., 379 


Bromcaproic acid 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHBr.COOH 


11 


abt. 240 




Cahours 


As., 2, 78 


vi., 395 


11 55 


C 2 H 4 Br.CHEt.COOH 


11 




Liquid 18 


Fittig 


B., 9, 121 


29, 897 


,, ,, .... 


11 


11 




Liquid 18 


Fittig and others 


A., 200, 42 


38, 377 





C 3 H 5 EtBr.COOH 


11 


.... 


25 





A., 200, 24 


38, 375 


jj 


C 5 H 10 Br.COOH 


11 




85-86 




J. B., 11, 128 




Mannitol bromhydrin 


C 6 H 8 Br(OH) 3 :0 


CfiHuBrO., 


.... 


100 


Bouchardat 


A. C. [5], 6, 122 ; 


vii., 776 ; 














C. E., 75, 1187 


26, 161 


Dulcitol 


11 


11 


.... 


143 




A. C. [4], 27, 184 




Dibromhexylalcohol 


C 6 H n Br 2 .OH 


C 6 H 12 Br 2 


252-254 


.... 


Destrem 


B., 16, 228 




Mannitol dibromhydrin 


C 6 H 8 Br 2 (OH) 4 


C 6 H 12 Br 2 4 


.... 


178 d. 


Bouchardat 


A. C. [5], 6, 120 ; 


vii., 774; 














C. E., 75, 1181 


26, 161 


Hexylene bromhydrin 


Me.CHBr.CHPr.OH 


6 H 13 BrO 


188-190(769) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 97, 260 


46, 34 


Bromacetal .... .... 


CH 2 Br.CH(OEt) 2 


C-H,,BrO, 


170 p. d. 




Pinner 


B., 5, 149 


vii., 1; 25, 406 






b~^l3 2 


JT 

171 




Wislicenus 


A., 192, 112 


34, 777 


Triethylene glycol bromhy- 


11 


11 

C 6 H 13 Br0 3 


250 


.... 




A. C. [3], 67, 286 




drin 
















Pentabrombenzoic acid 


C 6 Br 6 .COOH 


C 7 HBr b O., 




234-235 


Eeinecke 


Z. C. [2], 5, 110 


vi., 310 


Tribrombenzoic acid 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .COOH = ? 


C 7 H 3 Br 3 2 




178 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1705 


34, 149 


11 .... 


,, =1 


11 


.... 


186-5 


n 


B. T 10, 1708 


D 


.... 


= 7.4.3.1 


11 




195 


) 


B., 10, 1706 


jj 


M ,, .... 


= 1 


11 


.... 


234-235 


Eeinecke 


Z. C. [2], 5, 110 


vi., 310 


Tribromtoluquinone 


C 6 Me.Br 3 : O 2 = 1.3.4.6.2.5 


11 




235-236 


Canzoneri & Spica 


G. I., 12, 469; 


44,330 














B., 16, 793 




Tribromdihydroxybenzoicacid 


COOH.(OH) 2 .Br 3 = 1.3.5.2.4.6 


C 7 H 3 Br 3 O 4 




183 


Barth and Senhofer 


A., 159, 225 


vii., 433 


Pentabromorcinol 


.... 


C 7 H 3 Br 5 2 


.... 


126 


Stenhouse 


P. E. S., 20, 72; 


25, 297 ; vii., 














A,, 163, 180; 


879 














169, 252 




Dibrombenzoic acid 


COOH.Br.Br= 1.2.3 


C 7 H 4 Br 2 2 




146-148 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 965 


37, 435 








)i 




148 


Glaus and Lade 


B., 14, 1170 


40, 814 





n n 


j) 




150 


Hiibner & Lawrie 


B., 10, 1706 


34, 149 


,) 


JJ 


11 




153 


)> 


B., 10, 1705 


34, 148 





= 1.2.5 


11 




149-151 


Neville & Winther 


37, 435 




,, j, .... .... 


)) ) 


11 




151 ; a. s. 


Eichter 


B., 7, 1147; 8, 


28,73 










151-152 




1422 




,, ,, .... .... 


11 11 


11 




151-153 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 963 


37, 435 





11 11 


11 




153 


Hiibner 


A., 222, 67 


46, 316 


i) 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


153 


Glaus and Lade 


B., 14, 1170 


40, 814 


,, 


= 1.2.6 


11 


.... 


150-167 


Neville & Winther 


37,441 




,, .... .... 


= 1.2.4 


11 


.... 


166-168 


B 


B., 13, 972 


37,443 





11 11 


11 




168-170 


M 


11 


37,442 





-1.3.5 


11 


.... 


207-210 





B., 13, 967 


37, 437 


D 


51 


11 




208-209 








37, 438 


v i 


11 


11 




208-209 


Eichter 


B., 8, 1423 




,, ,, .... .... 


11 11 


11 





213-214 


lesemann&Kochler 


A., 222, 166 


46,600 


,, ,, .. .... 


11 11 


11 




223-227 


Hiibner 


Z. C. [2], 5, 514 


vi., 310 


>> 11 


11 11 


11 




2S3-227 


Hiibner and Anger- 


A., 158, 10 


24, 364 












stein 









= 1.3.? 


11 


.... 


228 


Hiibner & Lawrie 


B., 10, 1705 


34, 148 


11 11 


-1.3.4 


11 




223 


Halberstadt 


B., 14, 2215 


42, 183 


11 11 


11 11 


11 




228 





B., 14, 908 




11 11 


11 11 


'11 


.... 


229 


Hiibner and Smith 


B., 10, 1706 


34, 148 


11 11 


11 11 


11 




229-230 


Burghard and Beut- 


A., 222, 166 


44, 600 












nagel 






11 11 


11 11 


11 




229-230 


Burghard 


B., 8, 559 


2, 892 


11 11 


11 11 


11 




232-233 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 970 


37, 439 



3 F 



402 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromtoluquiuone .... .* 


C 6 HMe.Br 2 : (X, 


C 7 H 4 Br 3 O 2 


... 


85 


Canzcmeri & Spica 


G. I., 12, 469 ; 


44, 331 














B., 16, 793 




Dibromsalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 7 H 4 Br 3 3 




abt. 150 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 7, 102 


v., 156 


JJ JJ "' 


=1.2 or 6.3.4 


? 




218 


Hiibner and Smitl 


B., 10, 1706 


34, 149 


J) JJ .... .. 


=1.2.(?) 2 







219 


HUbner & Kollwag 


B., 10, 1707 


jj 


,, .... 


> 


It 




221 


Hiibner and Lawri 


B., 10, 1706 


34, 148 


J> JJ " 


=1.2.3.5 


M 


.... 


223 


Lellmann & Groth 


B., 17, 2728 


48, 265 












maim 






Dibromhydroxybeuzoic acid 


= 1.4.(0, 


)j 


.... 


266-268 


Balbiano 


G. I., 13, 65 


44, 1125 


Dibromdihydroxybenzoic 


(X)OH.(OH) 2 .Br 3 =1.2.6.3.4 


C 7 H 4 Br 2 O 4 


.... 


214 d. 


Zehenter 


M. C., 2, 475 


42, 193 


aci 
















Dibromgallic acid 


COOH.(OH) 3 .Br 2 =1.3.4.5.2. 


C 7 H 4 Br s 5 


+H 2 


140 


Grimaux 


As., 5, 235 




ji 


J J 





jj 


150 


Etti 


B., 11, 1882 




Tetrabromcresol 


Me.OH.Br 4 =1.4.2.3.5.6 


C 7 H 4 Br 4 


.... 


108-110 d. 


Baumann & Briege 


B., 12, 804 


36, 789 


Benzoyl bromide 


C 6 H 5 .COBr 


C 7 H 5 BrO 


218-219 





Claisen 


B., 14, 2473 


42, 514 


Brombenzaldehyde .... 


C 6 H 4 Br.COH=1.2 


) 




Liquid 


.... 


A. C. J., 3, 32 




n 


=1.3 


)J 




Liquid 




JJ 







= 1:4 


! 


.... 


57 


Jackson and White 


B., 11, 1043 


34, 729 


Brombenzoic acid 


OOOH.Br=:1.2 


C 7 H 5 BrO,, 


.... 


90(?) 


Richter 


Z. C. [2], 5, 457 


vi., 310 


j 


ii 


JJ 


sb. 250 


100 


Peligot 


A., 28, 246 


i., 555 





)> ) 





.... 


137-5 


Richter 


B., 4, 462, 465 


24, 688 


j> j> 


^ 


)) 




137 


Hiibner & Eetschy 


Z. C. [2], 7, 631 


vii., 1173 ; 25, 
















697 


,, .... ... 


> 


J> 




143-144 


Bedson 


37,95 




J M 


M 


>J 




147-148 


Schramm 


B., 18, 1273 




,, .... 


I 







148 


Zincke 


B., 7, 1502 


38, 119 





' t> 


J> 


.... 


150 


Rahlis 


A., 198, 99 


tf 


), .... .... 


)) 


> 


.... 


152 


Lennep 


Z. C. [2], 7, 67 


24,370 


JJ )j .... .... 


M 


M 


.... 


153 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 322 


vi., 280 


J J " 


)J * 







158 


Schultz, Schmidt 


A., 207, 348 


40, 912 












and Strasaer 






) )f 


=' 


> 


.... 


152-153 


Eeinecke 


Z. C. [2], 5, 109 


vi., 309 


, j, 


= 1.3 


Jj 




151 


Jackson 


B., 9, 932 


30, 512 








)j 




153 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1496 




)) ,, 


J) 




.... 


153 


Hiibner and Anger- 


A., 158, 5, 19 


24, 363; vii., 












stein 




161 


t >J .... 


JT M 


jj 


wn 


153 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 135 


24, 564; vii., 
















1177 


)) .... 


J 


JJ 


.... 


154 


11 


B., 8, 574; A., 


28, 886; 34, 














192, 196 


977 


IJ 


*t 


JJ 


.... 


154 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 216 


,, 


) J) 


i) 


.... 


155 


Hiibner & Retschy 


Z. C. [2], 7, 631 


25, 697 ; vii., 
















1173 


M |, 


J J 


)> 


.... 


155 


Hiibner 


A., 162, 71 


25, 624; vii., 
















1065 


,, n ... ..,. 


= 1.4 


jj 


.... 


239-240 


Jackson 


B., 9, 931 


30, 512 


11 JJ ." 


n >* 


jj 


.... 


240 


Schramm 


B., 17, 2923 




JJ >J 


> jj 


)i 


.... 


245 


Eiibner and Post 


A., 169, 1 


27, 56 


M J) 





jj 




248 


Jarnelley & Thom- 


47, 587 














son 






? JJ 


ii j> 


JT 




248-251 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1707 


34, 149 


T ) .... .... 


jj jj 


J) 


.... 


248 


Raveill & Hiibner 


A., 222, 166 


46, 600 


r ,, 


11 


)) 




a. 250 


Weith and Landolt 


B.,7, 1746; 8, 717 


28, 1200 


jj ) 


JJ !> 


T 




250 


Etard 


C. R., 87, 989 


36, 320 


) jj 


11 U 


JJ 


.... 


251 


HUbner and Oily 


J. [1866], 347 


vi., 310; vii., 
















161 


> j 


JJ 11 


)J . 


.... 


251 


Jadziszewski 


Z. C. [2], 5, 356 


vi., 1102 


n 


JJ JJ 


J 


.... 


251 


liibner and Anger- 


A., 158, 1 


24, 363 












steiii 






, T 


" JJ 





.... 


251 


Hiibner & Retschy 


Z. C. [2], 7, 631 


vii., 1173; 25, 
















697 


jj > . .. 


>J JJ 


JJ 




251 


3urghard 


B., 8, 558 


28, 892 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



403 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Brombenzoic acid 


COOH.Br=1.4 


C 7 H 5 BrO s 


.... 


251 


Etard 


A. C. [5], 22, 218 


40, 581 


,, 


ji 11 


51 




251 


Halberstadt 


B., 14, 910 




j, ,, 


11 1) 


)) 




251 


Schramm 


B., 18, 1273 




Bromsalicylic aldehyde 


CHO.OH.Br=1.2. ? 


?J 




98-99 


Henry 


B., 2, 275 ; Z. C. 


vi., 1008 














[2], 5, 371, 478 




Bromhydroxybenzaldehyde.... 


=1.4. ? 


>J 




179-180 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 2198 


34, 423 


Bromhydroxybenzoic acid .... 


COOH.OH.Br=1.2.5 


7 H 5 Br0 3 


.... 


164-165 


Hiibner and Hein- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 711 


25, 894 












zerling 






51 11 


* Jl 


) 


sb. 150-155 


164-165 


Henry 


B., 2, 275 




11 11 


T )> 


)i 


.... 


165 


Lellmann and 


B., 17, 2729 


48, 265 












Grothmann 






1) 11 


=1.2.3 


>l 


.... 


184 


* 


B., 17, 2726 


) 


11 11 


)1 


J1 


.... 


219-220 


Hiibner and Hein- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 711 


25, 894 












zerling 






Hydroxybromtoluquinone .... 


C 6 HMe.Br.(OH).:0 2 







196-197 


Spica & Magnanimi 


G. I., 13, 312 


46, 175 


Bromdihydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.(OH).j.Br =1.2.6. ? 


O.H 5 BrO 4 




184 d. 




M. C., 2, 480 




11 


=l.a5. ? 


)r 




253 


Earth and Senhof er 


A., 164, 115 


25, 1015; vii., 
















433 


Bromgallic acid .... ** 


COOH.(OH) 3 .Br =1.3.4.5.6. 


C 7 H 5 BrO 5 


.... 


a. 200 d. 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 7, 479 


vi., 628 


Tribrommethoxybenzene .... 


C 6 H s Br 3 .OMe 


C 7 H 5 Br 3 




87 


Eeinecke 


B. S..[2], 7, 177 


vi., 173 


Tribromomethoxyphenol .... 


OMe.OH.Br 3 =1.2.(?) 3 . 


C 7 H 5 Br 3 O 2 




102 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2017 


42, 54 


it D 


=1.3.(?), 


V 




99 


.... 


M. C., 1, 368 




11 11 


)> '1 


)' 




104 


Tiemann and Par- 


B., 13, 2364 


40, 270 












risius 






Tribromorcinol 


Me.(OH) 2 .Br 3 =1.3.5.2.4.6 


Q 


.... 


98 


Hesse 


A., 68, 96 


iv., 214 


,, .... .... 


u i 


>i 




103 


Lamparter 


A., 134, 257 


M 


Tribromtoluquinol 


=1.2.5.3.4.6 


I) 


.... 


201-202 


Canzoneri & Spica 


G.I., 12, 469; 


44, 331 














B., 16, 793 




Methylic bromcoumalinate .... 


C 5 H 3 BrO 2 .COOMe 


C 7 H 6 Br0 4 


.... 


134 


Pechtnann 


B., 17, 2379 


48, 176 


Dibrommethoxybenzene 


OMe.Br.Br =1.2.4 


C 7 H 6 Br 2 




54 


Cahours 


A., 52, 331 


i., 305 


11 11 


11 11 


)) 


272 


59 


KSrner 


A., 137, 206 


vi., 908 


Bromomethoxybenzene 


OMe.Br =1.4 


C 7 H 7 BrO 


220 u. c. 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 2, 711 ; Z. C. 


vi., 916 














[2], 6, 247 




11 u "* 


u n 


) 


223 c. 




Korner 


A., 137, 203 


vi., 907 


Brombenzylalcohol .... 


(CH,OH).Br=1.4 


)) 




69 


Jackson & Lowery 


B., 10, 1209 


34, 64 





(CH 2 .OH).Br =1.4 


)5 


.... 


77 


11 


A. C. J., 3, 246 







) 


^J 




77-77-5 


Schramm 


B., 17, 2923 




11 i 


=1.2 


>^ 




80 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1218; 


38, 879 














A. C. J., 2, 316 




Bromcresol 


Me.OH.Br =1.4.5 


1 


213-214 


1. f. m. 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2530 


48, 146 




=1.4.6 


> 


218-220 


17-18 


Vogt & Henuinger 


C. E., 94, 650 


42, 729 






=1.3.5 





.... 


56-57 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2991 


41, 421 






=1.2.? 







88-5. 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 135 ; 


24, 565 ; 27, 62 
















A., 168, 165 






Me.(OH) 2 .Br =1.3.5.? 


C 7 H 7 BrO 5 


.... 


135 


Lamparter 


A., 134, 258 


iv., 213 




Ethylic pyromucate tetrabro- 


CHBr.(CHBr) .O.CBr.COOEt 

i " i 


C 7 H s Br 4 3 




46-48 


Tonnies 


B., 11, 1086 


34, 786 


mide 
















Bromterebic acid 




C.H 9 BrO 4 




151 d. 


Frost 


A., 226, 363 


48, 393 


Methylic ethylic dibrom- 


COOMe.(CHBr)j.COOEt 


C 7 H 10 Br 2 4 




62-5 u. c. 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1846 




succinate 
















Ethylic bromlevulinate 


C 4 H 6 BrO.COOEt 


CjE.^^ 


240 p. d. 




Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 17, 2286 


48, 43 


Glycerol dicetobromhydrin .... 


C 3 H 6 Br(OAc) 2 


CVH.^rO^? 


170-180(100) 




Hanriot 


A. C. [5], 17,62 


36, 1030 


Isobutylic a-dibrompropio- 


CH 3 .CBr 2 .COOBu3 


C 7 H 12 Br 2 O 2 


213-218 




Philippi 


A., 171, 324 




nate 
















Ethylic dibromvalerate 


fr. CHMeEt.COOEt 


ji 


185 




Jaff6 


A., 135, 298 




Bromamylene ethylate 


C 6 H 8 Br.OEt. 


C 7 H 13 BrO 


177-180 




Bauer 


Z.C.P.(1861),673 


vi., 1-20 


11 11 


is 


J> 


177-180 




Eeboul 


A., 133, 84 




Isoamylic bromacetate 


CH 2 Br.COOC 5 H n 


CyH^BrO., 


207 


.i.* 


Perkin and Duppa 


11,22 


i., 666 


Ethylic a-bromvalerate 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CHBr.COOEt 





190-192 


Liquid 


Juslin 


B., 17, 2504 


4:8, 137 


a-bromisovalerate ... 


CHMe 2 .CHBr.COOEt 





190-194 


.... 


Borodine 


A., 119, 121 


v., 978 


Bromoenanthic acid 







250 


.... 


.... 


As., 2, 83 




(ilycorol diethylbromhydrin 


C 3 H,Br.(OEt) 2 


C 7 H 14 Br0 2 - 


195-205 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 4, 704 24, 908 
3 K 2 



404 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tribromphthalic anhydride 


C 6 HBr 3 :(CO) 2 : 0=14.3.2.1 


C 8 HBr 3 O 3 


.... 


157 


Flessa 


B., 17, 1484 


46, 1186 


Dibromphthalic 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 :(CO) 2 :0=(?) 2 .2.1 


C 8 H.Br 2 3 




207-5-208 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 842 


>. 


11 11 





.... 


SOS 


Bliinileiu 


B., 17, 2491 


48, 163 


Tetrabromphthalic acid 


C 6 Br 4 (COOH) 2 =6.5.4.3.2.1 


C 8 H 2 Br 4 4 




266 d. 





B., 17, 2494 


48, 164 


Bromphthalic anhydride 


C 6 H 3 Br:(CO) 2 : O=3.2.1 


C 8 H 3 BrO 3 


.... 


60-65 


Pechmann 


B., 12, 2126 




,. >, 


=4.2.1 





.... 


125 


Smith 


J. [1879], 143 


35, 792 


n n 


11 ii 





.... 


132 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 843 


,i 


ii ii 





.... 


134-135 


Meldola 


47, 511, 512 




,i 


ii ii 





.... 


138-140 


Faust 


A, 160, 62 





ii 11 


=?.2.1 





v. C 8 H 2 Br 2 O 


207-5-208 


Guareschi 


G. I., 7, 24 ; G. I 


31, 712; 42, 














[1881], 542 


734 


Tribromphthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .Br 3 =1.2.3.4.? 


C 8 H 3 Br 3 4 


.... 


190-191 


Flessa 


B., 17, 1484 


46, 1186 


Dibromphthalide 


.... 


C 8 H 4 Br 2 2 


.... 


188-189 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 842 


Dibromphthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 8 H 4 Br 2 4 




135 











,, .... 


ii ii 







206 


Blumlein 


B., 17, 2490 


48, 163 


Dibromterephthalic acid 


=1.4.5.? 





.... 


320 


Glaus and Wimme 


B., 13, 904 


38, 632 


Bromcoumarone 


fr. C,H 4 .CH : CH.O 


C 8 H 6 BrO 


.... 


36 


Ebert 


A., 226, 347 


48, 391 




r i 














Brompiperonal 


C 6 H 2 Br(COH).O.CH 2 .O 


C 8 H 6 Br0 3 




129 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 152, 49 


vi., 948 




=?.1.3.4 














Bromphthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .Br =1.2.3 


C 8 H 6 Br0 4 


.... 


135 


Guareschi 


B., 10, 294 ; G. I 


31, 712 ; 43, 3 














7,24 




i. ,, 


ii n 





.... 


138-140 


Faust 


A., 160, 62 







11 11 





300-330 


138-140 


Pechmaun 


B., 12, 2126 




,, 11 


=1.2.4 





cf. C 8 H 3 BrO 3 


174 


Meldola 


47, 511, 512 




,i 


11 








174-176 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 843 


,, 


11 11 








197 u.c. 


Carnelley & Thorn 


47, 591 












=203 e. 


son 






Bromisophthalic acid 


=1.3.4 





.... 


205 


Schultz 


B., 17, 469 




Bromterephthalic 


=1.4.5 







304-305 


Fischli 


B., 12, 619 


36, 639 


I V " 


11 11 







290-295 u.c. 


Carnelley & Thom- 


47, 590 












=304-309 c. 


son 






Brompiperonylic 


C 6 H,,Br(COOH).O.CH 2 .O 





.... 


204-205 


Fittig and Mielck 


A, 172, 158 


27, 899 




=?.1.3.4 














Tribromresorcinol acetate .... 


OH.OAc.Br 3 =1.3.(2) 3 


C 8 H 6 Br 3 3 




114 


Claassen 


B., 11, 1442 




Pentabromethylphenol 


C 6 H 4 .OH.(CBr 2 .CBr 3 ) 


C 8 H 6 Br 6 


.... 


103-106 d. 


.... 


A., 216, 284 




Dibromacetophenone 


Ph.CO.CHBr 2 


C 8 H 6 Br 2 


.... 


36 


Eunnius 


B., 10, 2010 


34, 147 


., 








.;.. 


36-37 




A., 195, 161 




Dibromethylenephenol 


HO.C 6 H 4 .C 2 HBr 2 





240-250 s.d. 


37-38 




A., 216, 283 




? 







d. 


68-69 


Jannasch 


Z. C. [2], 7, 453 


25, 241 


Coumarone dibromide 


C 6 H 4 .O.CHBr.CHBr 


" 


.... 


86 


Fittig and Ebert 


A., 216, 169 


44, 474 


Dibromphenyl acetic acid .... 


C 6 H 3 Br 2 (CH 2 .COOH) 


C 8 H 6 Br 2 2 




114-115 


Bedson 


37,97 




Dibromtoluic acid 


COOH.Me.Br 2 =1.3.(!) 


11 




185-186 


Fittig, Ahrens, and 


A, 147, 36 


vi., 1100 












Mattheides 






n 


=1.4.3.6 







195 


Schultz 


B., 18, 1762 


48, 1054 


Dibromxyloquinone 


C 6 Me 2 Br 2 :0 2 =1.3.(?) 4 







174 


.... 


A., 195, 273 




ii 


=1.4.(?) 4 







184 




J. p. [2], 23, 434 




Methyldibromsalicylic acid .... 


OOOH.OMe.Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 8 H 6 Br 2 3 




145 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 10 339 


v., 163 


Dibromanisic acid 


COOH.OMe.Br 2 =1.4.(?) 2 




.... 


207-208 


Keinecke 


B. S. [2], 7, 177 


vi., 173 


*i ii ... .... 










13-5-214-5 c. 


Crespi 


G. I. [1881], 219 


42, 192 


Dimethoxydibromquinone .... 


C 6 Br 2 (OMe) 2 :0 2 


C 8 H 6 Br 2 4 




175 


lofmann 


B., 8, 67 


28, 56!) 


ii 11 





n 




.75 


n 


B., 11, 332 


34, 418 


Tetrabromethylphenol 


.... 


C 8 H 6 Br 4 




58-59 


.... 


A., 216, 283 




" " 




i 




105-106 


.... 


A., 156, 255 














138 


lantzch 


A., 215, 51 


44,84 


Teti'abrom-/3-orcinol 


C: 6 Me 2 Br 2 (OBr) 2 


C 8 H 6 Br 4 2 


.... 


101 


Stenhouse and 


A., 203, 293 


37, 401 






' 






Groves 






' 


.... 


C 8 H 7 BrO 


212-216 


38-39 


annasch 


Z. C. [2], 7, 453 


25, 242 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



405 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Acetophenone bromide 


Ph.CO.CH 2 Br 


C 8 H,BrO 


of. B. 11, 931 


50 


Emmerling and 


B., 4, 148 


24, 258 












Engler 






?) > 





T 


.... 


50 


Staedel and Klein- 


B., 13, 837 


38, 660 












schmidt 






j 


|| 


) 


.... 


50 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1238 


40, 815 


i 


u 


*) 




50 


Hunnius 


B., 10, 2008 




j) D 


>1 


) 




50 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2466 




Acetylenebromphenylin 




J) 


220 ; d. 240 




.... 


A., 216, 278 




Bromoxystyrolene 




)) 


265 






M. C., 1, 181 




Phenylbromacetic acid 


Ph.CHBr.COOH 


C s H-BrO 3 


382 


83-84 


Glaser and Kadzis- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 142 ; 


vi., 1101 












zewski 


B., 2, 208 




Methylic brombenzoate 


COOMe.Br=1.2 


) 


246-247 


Liquid 


Eahlis 


A., 198, 109 


38, 119 


5> 


=1.3 


u 


.... 


31-32 


.... 


A., 159, 14 




Brom-a-toluic acid 


(CH 2 .COOH).Br=1.4(?) 


5) 


Mixture, of. 


76 


Radziszewski 


B., 2, 208 ; Z. C., 


vi., 1102 








37,96 






[2], 5, 358 




> 


=1.3 


' 


.... 


100-100-6 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 841 


42, 1071 





= 1.2 


)T 




102-5-103 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1219 ; 


38, 879 














A. C. J., 2, 316 










I> 




103-104 


Bedson 


37,95 







=1.4 


55 




114-115 


j> 


37,94 




,, ,, 


J 


)I 




114-5 


Jackson & Lowery 


B., 10, 1210 ; 


34, 64 














A. C. J., 3, 246 




Bromomethoxybenzaldehyde 


COH.OH.Br=1.2. 1 





.... 


113-114-5 


Perkin 


A., 145, 304 


vi., 1008 


ji 


=1.4. ? 


)) 




Solid 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 14, 486 


i., 306 


Bromtoluic acid 


COOH.Me.Br=1.3.6 


V 




140-145 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2352 


42, 185 


.... 


=1.3. ? 


)) 




155 


Kelbe 


B., 15, 42 


42, 619 


,, ,, .... .... 


= 1.2.6 


J 




167 


Jacobsen & Wierss 


B., 16, 1956 


44, 1121 





=1.2.5 


)) 


.... 


174-176 


Jacobsen 


B., 17, 2375 


48, 143 


7 


=1.3. 1 


)) 


.... 


185-189 


.... 




vi., 1100 


,, ,, 


= 1.3.4 


) 




205-206 


Fittig and Abrens 


A., 147, 32 











;j 




205-206 


Ahrens 


Z. C., [2], 5, 106 


vii., 1175 


,, 


r ? 







205-207 


Bottinger& Ramsay 


A., 168, 258 


27, 69 





v 


) 


.... 


209 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2351 


42,185 


i }) 


JT 







208-209 c. 


Remsen & Kuhara 


A. C. J., 3, 424 


42, 608 


,, 


H )) 


v 


.... 


210-5 


Kelbe 


B., 15, 41 


42,619 





= 1.4.3 


) 




203-204 


Landolph 


B., 5, 268 


vii., 420; 26, 
















473 


,, 


'1 5! 


) 




203-204 


Morse and Ram sen 


B., 11, 225 


34, 571 


> 


)J 


Jj 




203-5-204 


Jannaschand Diek- 


A., 171, 83 


27, 477 












mann 






D 


* J 







304 


Bruckner 


B., 9, 407 


30,85 


Bromphenoxyacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 Br.O.UH 3 .COOH 


C 8 H 7 BrO 3 




153-154 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 295 


38, 320 


Methylic bromsalicylate 


COOMe.OH.Br=1.2. ? 


t 


265-266 


36-38 


Henry 


B., 2, 276 ; Z. C. 


vi., 1003 














[2], 5, 479 




Methylbromsalicylic acid .... 


COOH.OMe.Br=1.2. ? 


; 


.... 


55 


Cahoui-s 


A. C. [3], 10, 339 


v., 163 


Bromanisic acid 


=1.4. ? 


)j 




205 


Laurent 


R. S., 10, 6, 362 


i., 301 


,, v .... .... 


= 1.4.5 





.... 


211-5-212 c. 


Balbiano 


G. I. [1881], 396 


42, 169 


71 )5 *" 


V ) 


)5 




213-214 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2531 


48, 146 


,, 


) 


H 




213-214 


Salkowski 


B., 7, 1013 


28,65 


Jl " " 


= 1.4.6 


j 


.... 


218-218-5 


Balbiano 


G. I. [1881], 396 


42, 169 


Bromethylene pyrogallate .... 

Brom vanillin .... 


fr. C 6 H 3 (OH):0 2 :C 2 H 4 
COH.OH.OMe.Br= 1.4.5. ? 


ji 




67 
160-161 u. c. 


Magatti 
Tiemann & Haar- 


B., 12, 1862 
B., 7, 615 


38, 250 
27, 896 






ij 




161 


mann 
Carles 


B. S. [2], 17, 12 


vii., 1201 


Bromdehydracetie acid 


1J ) J 

f r. CH 2 Ac.C : CH.C(COOH) : C. 
1 1 


>J 

C 8 H 7 Br0 4 




134 


Oppenheim and 


B., 9, 1101 


30, 506 




OH 








Precht 






M >* *" 





)) 


.... 


136-137 


Perkin and Bern- 


B., 17, 1524 


46, 1121 












hardt 






Bromvanillic acid 


COOH.OMe.OH.Br=1.3.4. ? 


1 


+ H 2 


192-193 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 139 


34, 503 


Ethylic bromcomenate 


C 6 HBrO 2 (OH)(COOEt) 


C 8 H 7 Br0 6 




140-141 


Mennel 


J. p. [2], 26, 471 





406 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 

Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethoxytribrombenzene 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .OEt 


G 8 H 7 Br 3 




72-5 


Mohlau and Oeh 


J. p., 24, 484 


48, 396 












michen 






Ethyltribromphenol 


C 6 HBr 3 Et.OH. 


11 




53-5-55 


.... 


A., 156, 256 




Tribromxyleuol 


Me 2 .OHBr 3 = ? 







141 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 4, 232 


vi., 1129 





=1.3.5.2.4.6 







162-5 


Thol 


B., 18, 362 


48, 522 


11 


=1.2.4.3.5.6 







169 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 28 


34, 412 


11 


=1.3.2.4.5.6 





.... 


175 





B., 11, 26 


11 


i, 


=1.4.2.3.5.6 







175 





B., 11, 27 





.... .. 


=1.3.4.2.5.6 


J) 




179 


11 


B., 11, 25 


34, 411 


Ethoxydibrombenzene 


C 6 H 3 Br 2 .OEt=1.3.5 


G 8 H 8 Br,0 


268 


Liquid 


Mohlau and Oeh 


J. p. [2], 24, 483 


42,396 












michen 






Dibromxylenol 


Me 2 .OH.Br 2 =1.3.4.(2) 2 







73 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 25 


34,411 





=1.3.(2) 3 





.... 


80 


Armstrong anc 


B., 9, 950 














Gaskell 









)> 





.... 


176 


Fittig& Hoogewer 


Z. G. [2], 5, 170 


vi., 1129 


Dibromdimethylpyrocatecho 


(OMe) 2 .Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 8 H 8 Br 2 O 2 


.... 


83-84 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 137 


34, 502 


11 


11 







92 


Merck 


N. J. T., 21, 134 


v., 997 


11 


11 1! 





.... 


92-93 


Tiemann & Koppe 


B., 14, 2018 


42, 54 


Dibromdimethylresorcinol ... 


n ^1>3.(*) 2 







137-138 u. c 


Honig 


B., 11, 1041 


34, 727 


11 


11 11 







141 


Tiemann&Parrisiu 


B., 13, 2365 


40, 270 


Dibromdimethylquinol 


=1.4.5.? 







142 


Habermann 


B., 11, 1036 


34, 728 


Dibromomethylorcinol 


Me.OMe.OH.Br 2 =1.3.5.6.(?) 







146 


Tiemann & Streng 


B., 14, 2002 


42, 52 


Dibrom-|8-orcinol 


Me 2 .(OH) 2 .Br 2 =? 







155 


Stenhouse & Grove 


A., 203, 296 


37, 402 


Dibromxyloquinol 










184 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 23, 421 


42, 612 


? 


C 8 H 6 Br 4 0(?) 


C 8 H 8 Br 4 


.... 


138 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 51 


44,84 


Phenylbromethyloxide 


Ph.O.CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


C 8 H 9 BrO 


350-260 p. d 


39 


Henry 


C. B., 96, 1233 


44, 802 





Ph.O.C 2 H 4 Br 


n 


240-250 p. d. 


39 


Weddige 


J. p., 24, 241 


40, 1137 


Bromhydroxystyrolene 


C 6 H 5 .C 2 H 3 Br(OH) 


H 


265 


Liquid 


Suida and Plohu 


W. A., 81, 245 


40, 268 


Ethoxybrombenzene 


C,H 4 Br.OEt=? 


|( 


130 = 230? 


.... 


Grimaux 


B., 2, 715 







=1.4 




233 


Liquid 


Lippmann 


W. A., 62, 605 


24, 1040 


Methoxybromtoluene 


Me.OMe.Br=1.4.5 




225-227 


Liquid 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2531 


48, 146 


Bromxylenol .... . . 


Me 2 .OH.Br=1.3.4.? 






I jl( 1 lilt 1 


Jacobsen 


B. 11 25 


34 41 1 






n 


.... 








OT *I -iii 




11 =1.4.5.? 






71 




B. S. 27 140 




" 




)j 


.... 


















74 


Adam 


B. S. 41 288 




* * 


11 11 


j) 




















87 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 27 


34, 412 


Diethylic bromomaleate 


C 2 HBr(COOEt) 2 


C^ErO, 


56(o.p.),u.c. 




Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2284 










143 (30-40) 










Brommalophthalic acid 


.... 


C 8 H n Br0 5 


.... 


d. 180 




A., 166, 353 




Tribromdipropylacetolactone 


.... 


C 8 H n Br,O s 


f. A., 216, 76 


Liquid 13 


Hjelt 


B., 15, 628 


42,946 


1 




C 8 H n Br 3 3 


.... 


42-43 


Spatzky 


J. E. [1885], 61 


48, 512 


Diethylic dibromsuccinate .... 


COOEt.(CHBr) 2 .COOEt 


C s H 12 B r!! 04 


40-150 p. d. 


58 


KekulS 


As., 1, 358 


v., 459 


n ,i 










58 


Anschiitz 


B., 12, 2281 




11 n 








.... 


o9 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1845 




11 ii 









68 


jehrfeld 


B., 14, 1820 




Dibromsuberic acid 


C 6 H 10 Br 2 (COOH) 2 






72-173 


Gantter and Hell 


B., 15, 149 


42, 716 


Bromdipropylacetolactone .... 


.... 


C 8 H 13 BrO 2 


f. A., 216, 73 


jiquid 13 


Hjelt 


B., 15, 628 


42,946 


Diethylic bromsuccinate 


COOEt.CH 2 .CHBr.COOEt 


C H BrO 


25-226 d. 






J. R, 9, 277 




Bromsuberic acid 


CeH.^COOH), 


J? 


.A., 155,251 


02-103 


Jantter and Hell 


B., 15, 148 


42, 716 





I) 





d. 140-150 


00-101 


lell and Eempel 


B., 18, 814 


48, 755 


1 


.... 


J 9 H 20 Br 6 O 2 


Od. 


. 22 


Schiitzenberger 


B. S. [2], 19, 8 


26, 487 


Xanthogallol .... 


C 18 H 4 Br 14 6 (?) 


C 9 H 2 Br 7 3 (?) 




22 


Stenhouse 


C. N., 29, 96 


27, 586; vii., 
















1031 


Tribromumbelliferone 


C 6 Br 3 (OH).CH.CH.COO 


C 9 H 3 Br 3 8 




94 


'osen 


B., 14, 2746 


42, 839 


Tribromoesculetin 


=(?) 3 .1.2. ? 


C 9 H 3 Br 3 4 




240 d. 


jieberruann and 


B., 13, 1592 


40, 108 












Knietsch 






0-Dibromcoumarin 


fr. C 6 H 4 .CH : CH.COO=1.2 


C 9 H 4 Bf n O 2 




176 


'erkin 


24,42 


vi., 500 




' ~ | 














"' 


C 6 H 3 Br.C 2 HBr.COO=1.2 





.... 


174 


Ebert 


3, 370 




5 .... 


" ') 


11 




179 


11 


A., 226, 350 







" 






183 


11 


.... 


4,40; vi.,500 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



407 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Fr. Amidonaphthaquiuon- 


.... 


C 3 H 4 Br 2 O 2 




173 


Kronfeld 


B., 17, 721 


46, 1037 


imicle 
















Dibromoesculetin 




C 9 H 4 Br 2 4 




233 


Liebermann anc 


B., 13, 1594 


40, 108 












Knietsch 






a-bromcoumarin 


fr. C fi H 4 .CH : CH.COO=1.2 
i i 


C 9 H 5 Br0 2 




110 


Perkin 


23, 371 ; 24, 37 


vl., 499 


(3- 


C 6 H 3 Br.C 2 H 2 .COO=1.2 


M 




160 


Ebert 


A., 226, 349 






i i 














8- 


i 11 


) 


> 


160 


Perkin 


24,42 


vi., 500 


Bromomethylenephthalyl ... 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :CHBr.=1.2 


11 




132-133 


Gabriel andMicha 


B., 11, 1011 


34, 734 


Bromocoumarilic acid 


fr. C 6 H 4 .CH I C(COOH).0 
i i 


C 9 H 5 Br0 3 




a. 250 


Perkin 


24,48 


vi., 498 




=1.2 














11 11 


.... 







250-251 


Ebert 


A., 226, 350 




Bromomethylenephthalyl 




C 9 H 5 Br 3 2 




117-5-118-5 


Gabriel andMichae 


B., 11, 1007 


34, 735 


dibromide 








u. c. 








Tribromacetophenone car- 


C,H 4 (CO.CBr 3 ).COOH=1.2 


C 9 H 5 Br 3 3 




159-5-160 


11 


B., 10, 1555 


34, 229 


bonio acid 
















Coumarin dibromide 


.... 


C 9 H 6 Br 2 2 




abt. 100 p. c 


Perkin 


23, 369 


vi., 499 


i> 11 


C 6 H 4 .CHBr.CHBr.COO=l. 


)> 




105 




A., 216, 163 




















Methylene phthalide dibro- 


C 6 H 4 .COO.CBr.CH,Br=1.2 


)) 




98-99 


Gabriel 


B., 17, 2523 


48,164 




i i 














mide 
















Bromcinnamic aldehyde 


Ph.CBr:CH.COH 


C 9 H 7 BrO 




72-73 


Zincke and Hagen 


B., 17, 1815 


46, 1344 


11 11 




M 


.... 


112 


Gossing 


C. C. [1877], 193 


34, 318 


Bromatropic acid 


Ph.C(COOH):CHBr 


C 9 H 7 Br0 2 


.... 


130 


Fittig and Wiirste 


A., 195, 162 


36, 380 


0-bromcinnamic acid 


Ph.CH : CBr.COOH 


1} 




120 


Glaser 


A., 143, 336 


vi., 468 


- 


H 


)> 


.... 


120 


Barische 


J. p. [2], 20, 173 


38, 43 


- i. 


Ph.CBr : CH.COOH 


11 




130-131 


Glaser 


A., 143, 333 


vi., 468 


a- 


11 


tt 


.... 


131 


Bariscbe 


J. p. [2], 20, 182 


38,43 


o- 


)1 







131 


Leuckart 


B., 15, 17 




Bromcinnamic acid .... .... 


C 6 H 4 Br.(CH : CH.COOH) 


)J 




211-213] 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 2295 


44, 195 




=1.2 

















= 1.3 


11 


.... 


178-179 


11 


B., 15, 2297 


11 


11 11 .... .... 


=1.4 


11 




251-253 


11 


B., 15, 2300 


44, 196 


Brommelilotic anhydride .... 


fr. O.C 6 H 4 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.O=1.2 


11 




106 


Hochstetter 


A., 226, 355 


48, 390 


Phenoxybromacrylic acid .... 


CHBr:C(OPh).COOH 


C 9 H 7 BrO 3 


.... 


138 


Hill and Stevens 


A. C. J., 6, 187 


48, 532 


Na-ethylate on bromacrolein 


.... 


) 


.... 


140 


Grimaux and Adam 


B. S. [2], 36, 136 


40, 1029 


Brom-o-aldehydophenoxy- 


fr. C 6 H 4 (COH).O.CH 2 .COOH 


C 9 H 7 Br0 4 


.... 


163 


Rossing 


B., 17, 2992 


48, 388 


acetic acid 
















a-phenyltribrompropionic 


Ph.CBr 2 .CHBr.COOH 


C 9 H 7 Br 3 O 2 




132 


Glaser 


A., 143, 335 




acid 
















0- 11 


Ph.CHBr.CBr 2 .COOH 


> 




45-48 


u 


A., 143, 338 




0- 11 


Ph.C 3 HBr 3 .COOH 


11 




151 


Kinnicutt & Palmer 


A. C. J., 5, 583 


46, 603 


Tribromhydratropic acid 


fr. Ph.CHMe.COOH 


i 


.... 


150 


Fittig and Wiirster 


A., 195, 163 


36, 380 


Propionoxytribrombenzene .... 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 (O.C 3 H 5 0) 







65 


juareschi and Dac- 


B., 18, 1174 


48, 891 












como 






Cinnamaklehyde dibromide.... 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.COH 


CsHsBr.O 


.... 


100 d. 


Zinck6 and Hagen 


B., 17, 1814 


46, 1343 


Dibrorntolyluiethylketone .... 


fr.C 6 H 4 Me.Ac=1.4 







100 


Vlichaelis 


B., 15, 186 


42,970 


Dibromhydratropic acid 


Ph.CBr(CH 2 Br).COOH 


^g-tlgJjrgOd 


.... 


115-116 


Fittig and Wiirster 


A., 195, 159 


36, 379 


Phenyldibrompropionic acid 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


) 


.... 


195 


.... 


A. 




11 


3 


1?' 


.... 


196 


A.nschiitzand Kin- 


B., 12, 538 


36, 645 












nicutt 






Methylicdibromphenylacetate 


C.ftBrj.CH.j.COOMe 


) 


20-230(d.p.) 


.... 


3edson 


37,96 




Ethylic dibrombenzoate 


COOEt.Br 2 =1.3.4 


11 


.... 


38-38-5 


iurghard 


B., 8, 560 


28, 892 


11 I* .... 


17 11 


11 


.... 


38-38-5 


iurghard and Bent- 


A., 222, 166 


46, 601 












nagel 






THbroTnmesitylenic acid 


COOH.Me 2 Br 2 1 3.5.2.4.or6 






94-195 


iussencfuth 


A. 215 249 


4, 470 






}> 












Dibromatrolactic acid 


CHBr 2 .CPh(OH).COOH 


C 9 H 3 Br 2 3 


.... 


67 


Jottinger 


B., 14, 1236 


40, 815 


Phenyldibromlactic acid 


Ph.C 2 HBr 2 (OH).COOH 


1) 


.... 


84 


Cinnicuttand Pal- 


A. C. J., 5, 583 


46, 603 












mer 






Methylic dibromanisate 


COOMe.OMe.Br a =1.4.(?) 2 


11 


.... 


1-5-92 


ialbiano 


G. I., 13, 65 


4, 1125 



408 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromhydrocoumaric acid,.. 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH).OH.Br 2 


C 9 H 8 Br 2 O 3 




107 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 





' I) 


.. 


.... 


115 


Zwenger 


A., 25, 116 


vi., 716 


Dibrommethoxytoluic acid ... 


COOH.OMe.Me.Br 2 






193-194 


Paternd and Can- 


G. I., 10, 233 


38, 884 




=1.2.4.(?) s 








zoneri 






Methylacetophenone bromide 




C 9 H 9 BrO(?) 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 0(? 


55 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1598 


40, 1036 


Phenylbromallyl oxide 


Ph.O.CH 2 .CBr:CH 2 





240 s.d. 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 96, 1233 


44, 803 


a-Bromhydratropic acid 


CH 2 Br.CHPh.COOH 


C 9 H 9 BrO 2 


.... 


93 


Fittig and Wurster 


A., 195, 152 


36, 379 


)j * 










93-94 


Merling 


A., 209, 13 


40, 1143 


ft- 


CHj.CBrPh.COOH 







93-94 





A., 209, 10 





Phenyl a-brompropionic acid 


Ph.CH 2 .CHBr.COOH 







137-5 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 12, 537 


36, 645 












nicutt 






.. >! 










138 


Fittig 


B., 9, 1195 


31, 61 


,, 








.... 


137 


Fittig and Binder 


A., 195, 132 


36, 378 











d. 143 


137-138 


Fittig 


B., 10, 519 


33, 431 


Bromphenylpropionic acid ... 


Br.(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH)=1.3 







74-5-75 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 2294 


44, 195 


,, ~ 


=1.8 





.... 


97-99 





B., 15, 2296 





>. - 


=1.4 





.... 


136 


Glaser 


A., 143, 341 




> 


., 







136 


Gabriel 


B., 13, 1682 




,, - 








.... 


135 


Goring 


C. C. [1877], 793 


34, 318 


Ethylic brombenzoate 


COOEt.Br=1.2 





254-255 


Liquid 


Eahlis 


A., 198, 109 


38, ] 19 





=1.3 


,, 


259 


Liquid 


Engler 


B., 4, 707 


24, 923 


Brombenzylic acetate 


C 6 H 4 Br.(CH 2 OAc)=1.4 


j? 


250-260 d. 


Liquid 


Jackson & Lowery 


B., 10, 1209 




Bromethylsalicylol .... 


COH.OEt.Br.=1.2. ? 







67-68 


Perkin 


A., 145, 308 


vi., 1009 


Bromxylic acid 


COOH.Me 2 .Br=1.2.4.5 





.... 


172-173 


Sussenguth 


A., 215, 244 


44, 469 


,, 


.1 





.... 


174. 


Gunter 


B., 17, 1608 







=1.2.5. 1 


,, 




189 





B., 17, 1609 


46, 1347 


a-Bromomesitylenic acid 


COOH.Me 2 .Br=1.3.5.6 





.... 


146 a.f. 138 


Schmidt 


A., 193, 172 


36, 156 


ft- 


=1.3.5.4 







212 


Sussenguth 


A., 215, 246 


44, 469 


ft- I! 


.; 





.... 


214-215 


Schmidt 


A., 193, 174 


36, 156 


Phenylbromlactic acid 


Ph.C 2 H 2 Br(OH).COOH 


C 9 H 9 Br0 3 




125 


Glaser 


A., 147, 83 




>. 








+H 2 


120-122 










a-Bromphenoxypropionic acid 


CH 3 .CH(O.C 6 H 4 Br).COOH 







105-106 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 157 


38, 393 


Methylic bromanisate 


COOMe.OMe.Br=1.4. ? 


,, 




gentle ht. 


Laurent 


A., 56, 314 


1., 301 


Brommelilotic acid 


OH.(CHj.CH a .COOH)=1.2 





.... 


141-142 d. 


Hochstetter 


A., 226, 355 


48, 390 


Bromveratric acid 


COOH.(OMe) 2 .Br=1.3.4. ? 


C 9 H 9 Br0 4 




183-184 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 136 


34, 502 


Isopropoxytribrombenzene .... 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .OPr/s 


C 9 H 9 Br 3 O 


.... 


93 


Silva 


B. S. [2], 13, 27 


vi., 917 


Methoxytribromxylene 


Me 2 .OMe.Br 3 1.3.4.2.5.6 






120 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 26 




Bromacrolein .... 




IT " 






' ' . , 


B. S. [21 36 136 


40 1029 


















Stycerin dibromhydrin 


Ph.C 3 H 4 Br 2 .OH 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 


... 


74 


Grimaux 


C. E., 74, 1598 


26, 1139 


Methylacetophenone bromide 







C 9 H 9 BrO (?) 


55 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1598 


40, 1036 


Dibrompseudocumenol 


Me 3 .OH.Br 2 =1.3.4.5.2.6 





.... 


148-149 


Edler 


B., 18, 630 


48,772 


Dibrompseudocuminol 


1.34625 






1 4Q_1 r.n 


T> , 


B., 11, 30 


34, 413 










i*ij 1UV 








Dibrommesitol 


=1.3.5.2.4.6 




.... 


150 


Jacobsen 


A.. 195, 271 


36, 529 


Dibromdimethylorcinol 


Me.(OMe) 2 .Br 2 =1.3.5.2.4or6 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 O 2 


K.I 


160 


Tiemannand Streng 


B., 14, 2001 


42, 51 


Dimethyldibrommethylpyro- 


Me.(OMe)j.OH.Br 2 =? 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 3 


.... 


126 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 1375 


38, 249 


gallol 
















Dibromnono-dilactone 


(CH 2 Br.C.COO.CH 2 ) 2 


C 9 H 10 Br 2 4 




130 


Hjelt 


B., 14, 627; 15, 625 


40, 577; 42, 946 


Isopropoxybrombenzene 


C 6 H 4 Br.OPris=1.4 


C 9 H n BrO 


236 (760) 


Liquid 


Silva 


Z. C. [1870], 250 


vi., 917 


Brompseudocuminol 


Me a .OH.Br=1.3.4.6.2 or 5 


B 


250 d. 


32 


Reuter 


B.,11, 29 


34, 413 


Bromomesitol.... 


, Q R O y( 










A 1 f\K O*-/\ 






.... 


" 




80 


Jacobsen 


A., 195, z/0 


36, 529 




" 


J) 




81 


Biedermann aud 
Ledoux 


-D.. O. OU 




Brom-mesityleneglycol 


(CH 2 .OH) 2 .Me.Br=1.3.5.2 


C 9 H u Br0 2 




126 


C'olson 


C. E, 97, 177 


46, 57 




or 4 














Phorone tetrabromide 


(Me 2 CBr.CHBr) 2 CO 


C 9 H l4 Br 4 O 




88-89 


Claisen 


A., 180, 12 


29, 896 





Me 2 CBr.CHBr.CBrMe. 







86-88 





B., 7, 1168 


28, 161 




CHBrAc 














Diallylcarbinolacetate tetra- 


(CH 2 Br.CHBr.CH 2 ) 2 CH.OAc 


C 9 H 14 Br 4 O 2 




L.f.m. 


Saytzefi' 


A., 185, 137 


32, 297 


bromide 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



400 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic itabrompyrotartrate 


.... 


C 9 H 15 BrO 4 


270-275 p.d. 




.... 


Z. C. [1866], 722 


vi., 981 


? 


.... 


C 9 H 16 Br 2 2 




42 


Fittig 


B., 17, 3014 


48, 376 


Ethylic a-bromoananthylate.... 


C 5 H u .CHBr.COOEt 


C 9 H 17 BrO 2 


220-225 p.d. 


Liquid 


Hell and Schiile 


B., 18, 625 


48, 757 


Tetrabrom-a-naphthaquinone 


.... 


C 10 H 2 Br 4 2 


.... 


265 


Bliimlein 


B., 17, 2489 


48, 163 


-~ D 









164 


Flessa 


B., 17, 1482 


46, 1186 


Pentabrom-n-naphthol 


C 10 H 2 Br 5 .OH 


C 10 H 3 Br 6 


.... 


238-239 


Blumlein 


B., 17, 2488 


46, 163 


.. -#- 










237 


Flessa 


B., 17, 1481 


46, 1186 


Dibrom-a-naphthaquinone .... 


Br^Oj^fta^; 


C 10 H 4 Br 2 2 


.... 


149-5 ; a.s 


Diehl and Merz 


,B., 11, 1065 


34, 736 










151 ; 5 








., 


=^ l /3 1 a i2 : 







218 


Miller 


B. S., 43, 125 


48, 667 


-?- 


= ? 





.... 


171-173 


Guareschi 


A.', 222, 262 


46, 842 


Dibromfuril 




C H Br O 




183-184 


Fischer 


B., 13, 1339 


38, 798 






10 4, J 4 




185 




A.,' 211, 225 


42, 500 


Tetrabrom-3-naphthol 


C 7 H 3 Br 4 .OH. 


C 10 H,Br 4 O 




156 


Smith 


i 35,"791 




Bromhydroxy-a-naphthoqui- 


HO.Br: 05=3,^0,; 


C 10 H 6 BrO 3 




196-5 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1066 


34, 737 


none 
















-- 


,, 







196-197 


Baltzer 


B., 14, 1901 




- a - .1 


>> 





.... 


201-202 


Miller 


B. S., 43, 125 


48, 667 


Bromfuril 




C 10 HjBrO. 




Cry st&ll in6 


Fischer 


A. 211 227 


42 500 


Phthalylbromacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :CBr.COOH=1.2 





... 


232-235 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 2200 


34, 426 


Pentabromsafrol 


.... 


C 10 H b Br 5 2 




169-170 


Grimaux & fiuotte 


A., 152, 90 


vi., 1014 


Dibrom-a-naphthol 


C 19 H 6 Br 2 .OH 


C 10 H 6 Br 2 O 


.... 


111 


Biedermann 


B., 6, 1119 


27, 161 


-a- 










111 


Meldola 


C. N., 47, 536 


44, 536; 45, 161 


Br on diamidonaphthol 




C 1( ,H 6 Br 2 3 




175 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1068 


34, 737 


Tetrabromresorcinol .diacetate 


(OAc) 2 .Br 4 =1.3.2.4.5,6 


C 10 H 6 Br 4 4 




169 


Claasen 


B., 11, 1441 


34, 868 


Furil octobromide 


.... 


C 18 H,Br 8 4 


.... 


185 d. 


Fischer 


B., 13, 1338 ; A., 


38, 798; 40, 500 














.an, 214 




Brom-/3-naphthol 


C lp H 6 Br.OH=a 1 /3 1 ; 


C 10 H 7 BrO 




84 


Smith 


B., 12, 6bO 


35, 790 


., 










84 


Armstrong 


B.,'l5, 202 


36, 722 


3-Brompropionic coumarin ... 


.... 


C 10 H 7 Br0 2 


.... 


146 


Perkin 


Ji [1875], 591 


28, 13 


Methoxybromphenylpropiolic 


C,H 3 Br (OMe)C i C.COOH 


C 10 H,Br0 3 




abt. 168 d. 





39, 419 




acid 


=1.2.1 














Phenoxymucobromic acid .... 


CHO.CBr : C(OPh).COOH 


C 10 H 7 Br0 4 


.... 


104-105 


Hill aoid Stiven 


A. C. J., 6, 187 


48, 532 


Bromhydroxy-(3-methylcou- 


HO.C.H 2 Br.CMe :C(COOH).O 
i i 


H 




221 d. 


Peeh,niann & Cohen 


B., 17, 2135 


46, 1332 


marilic acid 


=1.2.4.3 














Phenoxybrommalei'c acid .... 


C 2 Br(OPh)(COOH) 2 


C 10 H 7 Br0 6 


.... 


103-104 


Hill and Stiven 


A, C. J., 6, 187 


48, 532 


Tribromresorcinol diacetate 


(OAc) 2 .Br 3 =1.3.4.(?) 2 


C 10 H 7 Br 3 4 




108 


Claasen 


B., 11, 1439 


34, 867 


Benzoyldibrompropionic acid 


Bz.CHBr.CHBr.COOH 


C lo H 8 Br 2 3 


.... 


135 


Pechmann 


B., 15, 888 


42., 1074 


Carboxylphenyldibrompro- 


COOH.(CHBr.CHBr.COOH) 


C 10 H 9 Br.,0 4 


.... 


212-21,3 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 2204 


34,427 


pionic acid 


=1.2 














11 )) :i 


=1.4 





.... 


d.w.ni.sv 300 


Low 


B., 18, 949 


48, 799 


Dibromquinol diacetate 


(OAc) 2 .Br 2 =1.4.5.2 







159-5 ; 161 


Schula 


B., 15, 654, 655 




Dibromphenylene dioxyacetic 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 (O.CH 2 .COOH)j 


C )0 H 9 Br 2 6 




249-25o'd- 


Gabriel 


B,, 12, 1640 


38, 34 


acid 


=(?) 2 .3.1 














2 




C 10 H 8 Br 4 2 




183 


Fittig & Barriuger 


A w 161, 307 


25, 488 


Methoxydibromphenyldi- 


(CHBr.CHBr.COOH).OMe. 


C 10 H 8 Br 4 3 




200-202 


Perkin 


39, 421 




brompropionic acid 


Br 2 =1.2.()) 2 














Methoxyphlenylbromacrylic 


(C 2 HBr.COOH).OMe.Br 


C 10 H 9 BrO 3 




169/5-171 





39 % 423. 




acid 


=1.2.? 

















J 1) 







169 





39, 426 




Methylic bromterephthalate 


(COOMe) 2 .Br=1.4.5 


C 10 H 9 Br0 4 


a. 300 


42 


Fischli 


B. x 12, 620 


36, 639 


Bromquinol diacetate 


(OAc) 2 .Br=1.4.5 





.... 


71-73 


Schulz 


B., 15, 655 




Brompiperopropionic acid .... 


CH 2 :O 2 :C 6 H 2 Br(CH 2 ) 2 . 


n 


...* 


139-6 


Weinstein 


A., 227, 31 


48, 665 




COOH 














Bromomeconin 




M 


.... 


167 


Anderson 


A., 98, 48 


Hi., 863 


Bromacetovanillic acid 


COOH.OMe.OAc. Br= 1 .3.4 


CioH 9 BrO 5 


.... 


165-167 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 138 


34, 502 


Bromopianic acid 







.... 


192 




J. p. [2], 24, 367 




,, 









204 


Wegscheider 


M, C., 4, 268 


44,997 





.... 


,, 


.... 


250-251 








M 


Methoxybromphenyldibrom- 


(CHBr.CHBr.COOH).OMe. 


C lo H 9 Br 3 3 




185-188 


Perkin 


39, 418 




propionic acid 


Br=1.2.? 


















- 










3 o 



410 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Benzylidene acetone dibrom- 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.CO.Me 


C 10 H 10 Br 2 


.... 


124-125 


Claisen & Claparede 


B., 14, 2462 


42, 512 


ide 
















Methylic phenyldibrompro- 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.COOMe 


C 10 H 10 Br.,Oj 


.... 


117 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 11, 1220; 12, 


34,981; 36,645 


pionate 










nicutt 


538 




Phenyldibrombutyric acid .... 


Ph.CHBr.CHBr.CH 2 .COOH 


i 




138 


Jayne 


A., 216, 107 


44, 473 


Ethylic dibromtoluate 


COOEt.Me.Br,=1.4.3.6 





310 


49 


Schultz 


B., 18, 1762 


48, 1054 


Dibrompropylbeuzoic acid or 


Pr.COOH.Br 2 =1.4.(?) 3 or 





.... 


152-153 


Claus and Wimmel 


B., 13, 903 


38, 632 


dibrom toluene propionic acid 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH).Me.Br 2 














Dibrommethylbenzylacetic 


.... 


w 


.... 


135 





A., 193, 316 




acid 
















Dibromeugenol 


(CH : CHMe).OMe.OH.Br 2 


is 




59 


Chasanowitz & Hell 


B., 18, 824 


48, 779 




=1.4.3.(?) s 














Dibromthymoquinone 


Me.Pr : O 2 .Br 2 =1.4.2.3.5.6 







73-5 


Carstanjen 


J. p. [2], 3, 55 


24, 351 ; vii., 
















1156 


Methoxyphenyldibrompro- 


(CHBr.CHBr.COOH).OMe 


C 10 H 10 Br 2 O 3 


.... 


abt. 156 d. 


Perkin 


A., 216, 160 


39, 420 


pionic acid 


=1.2 














Ethylic dibromanisate 


COOEt.OMe.Br s =1.4.(?) 3 







88 c. 


Crespi 


G. I. [1881], 419 


42, 193 


Methyldibromatrolactic acid 


.... 





.... 


163 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 1597 


40, 1036 


Ethylic dibromorsellinate .... 


COOEt.(OH) 3 .Me.Br 2 


C 10 H 10 Br 2 4 




144 




A., 117, 315 


iv., 237 


Dibromeugenol dibromide .... 


(CHBr.CHBrMe).OMe.OH. 


Ci H 10 Br 4 O 2 




118-119 


Chasanowitz & Hell 


B., 18, 824 


48, 779 




Br.,=1.4.3.(?) 3 














Brompropylphenylketone .... 


Ph.CO.CHj.CH 2 .CH 2 Br 


C 10 H n BrO 




37-39 


Perkin 


47, 843 




Phenylbrombutyric acid 


Ph.CHBr.CH5.CHj.COOH 


Ci H,,BrO 2 




69 


Jayne 


A., 216, 102 


44, 472 


Ethylic bromtoluate 


CH 3 .COOEt.Br=1.3.? 





270-275 


s. 5 


Pittig and Ahrens 


A., 147, 34 


vi., 1100 


Bromcumic acid 


COOH.Pr.Br=1.4.5 


t, 


.... 


146 


Naquet and Longui- 


C. R, 62, 1031 


vi., 515 












nine 









., 







151-152 


Gerichten 


B., 11, 1719 


36, 230 


Ethylic bromanisate 


COOEt.OMe.Br=1.4.? 


C 10 H n BrO., 




gentle heat 


Laurent 


A., 56, 313 


i., 302 


,, .... .... 


=1.4.2 or 3 







53-60-5 


Balbiano 


G. I. [1881], 396 


42, 169 





=1.4.3 or 2 


,, 




73-5-74 








B 


.... .... 


. ,, 







73-5-74 


Crespi 


G. I. [1881], 419 


42, 192 


bromphenoxyacetate 


C 6 H 4 Br.O.CH 2 .COOEt 







59 


.... 


J. p. [2], 20, 298 




? 


.... 







83 


Magatti 


B., 12, 1863 


38, 250 


Anethol dibromide 


(CHBr.CHBr.Me).OMe=1.4 


C, H 12 Br,,0 




abt. 65 


Ladenburg 


As., 8, 95 


vi., 157; vii., 72 


Bromcamphoric anhydride .... 


C 8 H u Br:(CO),:0 


C 10 H 13 BrO 3 




215 


Wreden 


A., 163, 330 


25, 896 


Tribromcamphor 


.... 


C 10 H 13 Br 3 




64 


Swarts 


B., 15, 1625 


42, 1300 





.... 







63-64 


Royere 


B., 15, 1621 




a-Dibromcamphor 




C 10 H 14 Br s O 


.... 


57-61 


Swarts 


B., 15, 1622 





a- ,, 


.... 


;, 




59-61 


M 


B., 15, 1621 




- > 




II 




57 


Montgolfier 


B. S., 23, 253 


42,527 


" 


.... 





.... 


57 


Armstrong and 


[1877] 














Matthews 






a- ., 


.... 


j( 




57 


Schiff 


B., 14, 1379 





n- ,. 







.".i. 


60-61 


Zepparovitch 


M. C., 3, 231 


42, 865 


"- 







.... 


61 


Kachler & Spitzer 


M. C., 3, 205 


42, 864; 44, 961 














B 16, 1311 




0- i) 


.... 





285 p.d. 


114-5 


Swarts 


Z. C. [2], 2, 628'; 


vi., 387 














B., 15, 1622, 2135 


42, 1300 


3- 







.... 


114-115 


Kachler & Spitzer 


M. C., 3, 205 ; B., 


42, 864 














15, 1343 




P- jj 


.... 







114-115 


Zepparovitch 


M. C., 3, 231 


42, 865 


Bromcamphor 




C 10 H 15 BrO 


274 


76 


Perkin 


.... 


vi., 387 









274 p.d. 


76 


Maisch 


C. C. [1873], 437 


27, 582 




" 







.... 


76 


Silva 


B., 6. 1093 


27, 70 




.... 


. 


2~4 


76 


Kachler & Spitzer 


M. C., 3, 205 


42, 864 






.... 


" 


274 


.... 


Swarts 


J. [1862], 463 

B1 A 1 0*7*7 


vi., 387 








,, 


I 


76 


Schroder 


., 14, 1,377 
B., 13, 1072 




" 






" 


.... 


76 


Montgolfier 


B. S., 23, 230 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



411 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromcaprio acid 


Bu0.(CHBr) 2 .CHMe.CH 2 . 


C 10 H I3 Br s 2 


,.,. 


135 u.c. 


Hell and Schoop 


B., 12, 194 


36, 521 




COOH or BuP.CHBr.CBr 
















PrP.COOH 














? 


C, H 18 0+HBr 


C 10 H 19 BrO 




33-35 


Hell and Bitter 


B., 17, 2610 


48, 172 


Tetrabrom-u-naphthoic acid 


C 10 H 3 Br 4 .COOH 


C n H 4 Br 4 2 


.... 


239 


Hausemann 


B., 9, 1523 


31, 321 


~P" !> " 


H 







259-260 


M 


) 


n 


Tetrabromacetyldaphnetin .... 


C 6 Br 2 (OH)(OAc).CBr : CBr. 


C u H 4 Br 4 5 


.* 


290 d. 


Stilnkel 


B., 12, 113 


36,469 




i 
















co.o 














Tribrom--naphthoie acid .... 


C 10 H 4 Br 3 .COOH 


C n H 5 Br 3 2 




269-270 


Hausemann 


B., 9, 1522 . 


31, 320 


Brom -a- 


C 10 HjBr.COOH 


C n H.BrO 2 




242 


M 


B., 9, 1517 


31, 318, 319 


,, -P- >! )) 


.... 


11 


.... 


256 


) 


B., 9, 1518 


31, 319 


Couuiaroxyacetic anhydride 


C 6 H 4 .(CHBr) 2 .COO.CO.CH 2 


C n H 8 Br 2 4 




213 


Bossing 


B., 17, 3002 


48, 389 


dibromide 
















=1.2 


Methyl /3-methylbromumbel- 


MeO.CeHjBr.CBrMe. 


C u H 9 Br 3 3 




233-235 


Pechmann & Cohen 


B., 17, 2134 


46, 1332 


liferone dibromide 


CHBr.COO=U.4.5 














Tribromorcinol diacetate 


Me.(OAc) 2 .Br 3 =1.3.5.2.4 l 6 


C n H 9 Br 3 4 


...i 


143 


Claassen 


B., 11, 1440 




Bromphenylmethylfurfuraue 


fr.Ph.CBr.(CHBr) 2 .CBrMe.O 


C u H 9 Br 5 


bl^kens 200 


208-210 


Paal 


B., 17, 2760 


48, 249 


tetrabromide 
















Coumaroxyacetic acid dibro- 


COOH.(CHBr) 2 .C 6 H < .O.CH 2 . 


CiiH 10 Br 3 O 5 




219-220 


Bossing 


B., 17, 2999 


48, 389 


mide 


COOH=1.2 














Dibrommethoxyphenyl di- 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 (OMe)(CHBr. 


C u H 10 Br 4 3 




abt. 200 


Perkin 


39,434 




brombutyric acid 


CBrMe.COOH)=(?)j. 1.2 














Ethylic j3-bromeinnamate .... 


Ph.CBr.CH.COOEt 


^^..BrO., 


290-292 


.... 


Barisch 


J. p. [2], 20, 185 


38,43 


Ethoxyphenylbromacrylic 


OEt.(CjHBr.COOH)=1.2 


CnH n BrO 3 




164 


Perkin 


39, 428 




acid 
















Dibromallylacetophenone .... 


Ph.CO.(CH 8 ) 2 CHBr.CH 2 Br 


Ci.H.jBrp 




121-122 





45, 189 




Ethylic phenyldibrompro- 


PLCHBr.CHBr.COOEt 


C 11 H 12 Br 2 ! 




69 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 11, 1221 


34, 981 


pionate 










nicutt 






)) 


ji 


n 


.... 


69 





B., 12, 538 


36, 645 


)) !> 


n 


> 




69 


Perkin 


45, 172 




Dibromphenylvaleric acid .... 


Normal 


) 




108-109 


Baeyer & Jackson 


B., 13, 122 


38, 407 


Stycerinacetodibromhydrin.... 


Ph.C 3 H 4 Br 2 .OAc 


)1 




85-86 


Grimaux 


C. B., 76, 1598 


26, 1 139 


Methylic /3-methoxyphenyl 


MeO.C 8 H 4 .C 2 H 2 Br 2 .COOMe 


CuHjjBrgOa 




68 


Perkin 


39, 425, 427 




dibrompropionate 


=1.2 














a ~ 








.... 


125 





39,425 426 




Ethoxyphenyldibrompro- 


EtO.C 6 H 4 .C 2 H 2 Br 2 .COOH 


H 


.... 


155 d- 


Ebert 


A., 216, 158 


44,472 


pionic acid 


=1.2 














Methylbromeugenol 


(CH:CHMe)(OMe) 2 .Br 


C u H ls BrO 2 


185 (44) 


Liquid 


Wassermann 


C. B., 88, 1206 


36, 790 




=1.3.4. ? 




















i 


190 (20) 




j 


B., 10, 237 




dibromide 


(CHBr.CHBrMe).(OMe) 2 .Br 


Cj.H^BrA 




77-78 





C. B., 88, 1206 


36, 790 




=1.3.4. ? 














Dimethyl propyldibrompyro- 


CeBrjPrCOMeJ^OH) 


CnH 14 Br 2 O 3 




108-109 


Hofmann 


B.,8, 67; 11,331 




gallol 
















Bromcamphocarbonic acid ... 


C, H 14 BrO.COOH 


^llH|5 Br O3 




109-110 


Silva 


B., 6, 1093 


27,70 


Dibromundecylenic acid 


10 H 19 Br 2 .COOH 


CnHjoBr/X 




38 


Becker 


B., 11, 1413 


34, 853 


, ,1 










38 


Kraflft 


B., 10, 2035 


34, 292 


Dibromdiphenylene oxide .... 


.... 


C,,H 6 Br 2 O 




185 




A., 159, 215 







.... 


) 


.... 


185 


Kreysler 


B., 18, 1721 




Bromrosoquinol 


C 12 H 4 Br 4 (OH) 2 


C 12 H 6 B ri 2 




264 


Baeyer & Schraube 


B., 11, 1301 


34, 869 


T etiubrom-y-diphenol 


(.C 6 H 2 Br 2 .OH) 2 =[l.(?) J .4] :! 





.... 


264 u.c. 


Magatti 


B., 13, 225 


88, 643 


Didromphenyl oxide 




C, 2 H 8 Br 2 O 


a. 360 


53-55 


Hoffmeister 


A., 159, 210 


vii., 941 


!> 


.... 


jj 


.... 


58 


Niedei-hausern 


B., 15, 1124 




11 !) 


.... 







58-5 


Merz and Weith 


B., 14, 191 




Dibrompiperide 




C 12 H 8 Br 2 4 




136 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 172, 139, 151 





3 o 2 



412 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromoxypiperide 


CH 2 : (O a ) : C 6 H 2 Br.CHBr. 


C I2 H 8 Br 2 6 


.... 


181-182-5 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 172, 156 


27, 899 




CH : C(OH).CH.COO or 
















i 1 
















CH 2 : (O) : C 6 H 2 Br.CHBr. 
















CH(OH).CH : C.COO 

i_ | 














Bromnaphthalic acid 


C 10 H 6 Br(COOH) 2 


C 12 H.BrO; 


.... 


210 


Blumenthal 


B., 7, 1095 




Benzofuril tetrabromide 


.... 


C^H.BrA 


.... 


127^128 p.d. 


Fischer 


A., 211, 230 


42, 500 


Bromphenylphenol oxide ... 


C,H 4 Br.O.C 6 H 4 .OH 


C 12 H 9 BrO 2 


.... 


Liquid 


Bohmer 


J. p. [2], 24, 473 


42, 398 


Brom-yS-acetonaphthol 


C 10 H 6 Br.OAc 


>J 


215 (20) 


Liquid 


Canzoneri 


G. I., 12, 424 


44, 68 


Bromoxypiperide 


CH a : O 2 : C 6 H 3 .CHBr.CH : 


C 12 H 9 BrO 6 


.... 


131-5-132 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 172, 144 


27, 898 




C(OH).CH.COO or 
















1 1 
















CH 2 : O 2 : C 6 H 3 .CHBr. 
















CH(OH). CH : C.COO 
















L. 1 














Tetrabrompiperonic acid 




C 12 H 10 Br 4 4 


.... 


160-165 d. 


>> 


A., 172, 137 




Tetrabromoxypiperonie acid' 


....' 


C 12 H 10 Br 4 6 




d. 100; 155 d. 


u 


A., 172, 154 




Ethyl brom-a-naphth6'l 


C 10 H,(Br.OEt 


C 12 H u BrO 




48 


Machetti 


G. I., 9, 504 


38, 261 


~P~ 





j 


.... 


96 


Koelle 


B., 13, 1954 


40, 178 


Brom-S-hydropiperic acid .... 


.... 


C 12 H n BrO 4 




170-171 


Buri 


A., 216, 177 


44, 485 


Cinnamenylvinylmethylke- 


Ph-C^Br^CO-Me 


C 12 H 12 Br 2 O 


.... 


173-5 d. 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2323 


48, 1221 


tone dibromide 
















Diethylic dibromterephtha- 


(COOEt) 2 .Br 2 =1.4.3.6 


C l2 H 12 Br 2 4 


335 


121 


Schultz 


B., 18, 1763 


48, 1054 


late 
















Dibromhydropiperic acid .... 


.... 


) 


.... 


13'5-136 


Fittig and Mielck 


A., 172, 159 


27, 900 


j> i 


.... 







137-140 


Buri 


A., 216, 177 




Dibrommethoxyphehyl di- 


C c H 2 Br 2 (OMe)(CHBrV 


C 12 H 12 Br 4 3 




abt. 159 d. 


Perkin 


39, 437 




brom valeric acid 


CEtBr.COOH)=(?) 2 .1.2 














Phenylhomoparae'onic acid 




C 12 H 1S BKV 


.... 


149 


Fittig 


B., 14, 1825 


42, 190 


hydrobromide 
















i> I? 


.... 





.... 


149 d. 


Penfield' 


A., 216, 123 


44, 473 


Diethylic bromphthalate .... 


(COOEt) 2 .Br=1.2.3' 


J) 


295 d. 


.... 


.... 


A., 160, 64 




Propylic phenyldibrompro- 


PhlCHBr.CHBr.COOPr* 


C 12 H 14 Br 2 0, 


.... 


23 


Anschiitz and Kin- 


B., 12, 538 


36, 645 


pionate 










nicutt 






Brompropylene ethylphefiyl- 


.... 


c^HyfeOi 


230 p.d. 




Morley and Green' 


47, 136 




ketate 
















Bromcumenylpropionic acid 




n 


.... 


S5-87 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 379 


32, 661 


Ethylbromeugenol 


C 3 H 6 ;OMe.OEt.Br=1.4.3.? 


> 




48 


Wassermann 


A., 179, 386 


29, 707 


Ethylbromeugenol dibromide 


C 3 H 5 Br 2 .OMe.OEt.Br 


C 12 H 16 Ur 3 O 2 


.... 


80' 


j 


A., 179, 385 


)) 




=1.4.3.? 














Dipropylbromresbrcinol 


(OPr) 2 .Br=1.3.? 


C-j2HjyKrO2 




70-71 u.c. 


Kariof 


B., 13, 1679 


40, 270 


Heptabromdiphenylene 


6 HBr 3 .C 6 Br' 4 .CO' 


C 13 HBr 7 O 


... 


136 


Salzmann and 


B., 10, 1402 


34,80 


ketone 


1 1 








"Wichelhaua 








Hexabromdiphenylene 


C 6 HBr 3 .C 6 HBr 3 .CO(?) 


C 13 H 2 Br 6 


black 225 


nf. 280 





)> 





ketone 


i : 1 














Dibromdipheuylene ketone.... 


fr. C,-H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CO=2 


C 13 H 6 Br 2 


.... 


142-5 


Holm 


B., 16, 1081 


44, 921 


> 11 


= 1.2; 1.2 





.... 


197 


H 


)1 





i) 








.... 


198 


Hodgkinson ami 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 165 












Matthews 






Dibromdiphenylene ketone 


) 


C 13 H 6 Br 2 2 


.... 


210 


Perkin 


43, 190 




oxide 
















" ;> 


i> 


)) 


.... 


211-212 


Behr and Dorp 


B., 7, 399 


27, 798 


Tetrabromdihydroxybenzo- 


CO.(C 6 H 2 Br 2 OH) 2 


^i3H 6 Br 4 O a 




213-214 


Baeyer and Bur- 


B., 11, 1299 


34, 887 


phenone 










kardt 









)J 


> 


.... 


213-214 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 131 


38, 658 


Bromdiphenylene ketone .... 


C 6 H 3 Br.C 6 H 4 .CO=!.1.2 ; 1.2 


C 13 H 7 BrO 


.... 


104 


Hodgkinson and 


B., 16, 1103 


43, 165 












Matthews 






Benzoyltribromphenol 


OBz.Br 3 =1.2.46 


C 13 H 7 Br 3 2 




81-5 


Daecomb 


B., 18, 1168 


48, 890 


Diacetyltribromcesculetin .... 


C 8 HBr 3 O,,(OAc),, 


C 13 H.Br 3 6 




180-182 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1592 


40, 108 












Knietsen 






Dibromphenylbenzoic acid .... 


.... 


C 13 H 8 Br 2 3 




212 


Holm 


B., 16, 1082 


44,922 


a ~ 


C 6 H 4 Br.C 6 H 3 Br.COOH 


n 




201-5-203-5 


Carnelley and 


47, 589 






=1:4 ; l.(2 or 3):4 








Thomson 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



413 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


jS-Dibromphenyl benzole acid 


C 6 H 4 Br.C 6 H 3 Br.COOH 


C la H 8 Br 2 2 


.... 


232 ; af. 231 


Carnelley and 


47, 589 






=1.4 ; l.(3 or 2).4 








Thomson 






Diacetyldibromoesculetin .... 


C 9 H 2 Br 2 O 2 (OAc) 2 


C l3 H 8 Br 2 O 6 




177 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1595 


40, 108 












Knietsen 






Tetrabromdihydroxydi- 


CH 2 (C 6 H 2 Br 2 OH) 2 


C 13 H 8 Br 4 2 




225 


Beck 


A., 194, 326 ; 


34, 421 ; 36, 


phenylmethane 


=[1.(?) 2 .4] 2 










B., 10, 1839 


325 


Bromdiphenyl ketone 


6 H 4 Br.CO.Ph 


C 13 H a BrO 




81-5 


Kollaritzand Merz 


B., 6, 547 


vii., 939 ; 26, 
















1036 


Phenylio brombenzoate 


COOPh.Br.=1.3 


C 13 H 9 BrO 2 




65 




J. [1879], 676 




Dibrombenzhydrol 


fr. Ph.CH(OH)Ph 


C u H 10 Br/) 




163 




A., 133, 12 


iv., 478 


Dibrombenzylphenol 


fr. Ph-CH^CeH^OH 







abt. 175 


Paternd and Fileti 


G. I., 3, 121, 251 


27, 373 


Benzylbromphenyloxide 


Ph.CH 2 .O.C 6 H 4 Br 


C ls HuBrO 


.... 


59-59-5 


Sintenis 


B., 4, 700; A., 


24, 909 ; vii., 














161, 344 


180 


Bromdiethyloesculetin 


fr. C 6 H 2 (OEt) 2 .CH : CH.COO 


C 13 H 13 Br0 4 




res' 


Will 


B., 16, 2118 


46,69 




i i 














Bromdiethyldaphnetiu 




ii 




115 


Will and Jung 


B., 17, 1085 


46, 1042 


Ethylic phenylacetyldibrom- 


Ph.CHBr.CBrAc.COOEt 


Ci 3 H 14 Br 2 O 3 




97 


Claisen 


B., 14, 347 


40, 405 


propionate 
















Benzylidene mesityl oxide 


.... 


C, 3 H 14 Br 4 




118 


Claiseu and Cla- 


B., 14, 2461 




tetrabromide 










pare"de 






Ethylic ethoxyphenyldi- 


C 6 H 4 (OEt)[(CHBr)2.COOEt] 


Ci 3 H 16 Br 2 O b 




78 


Perkiu 


39, 428 




brom propionate 


=1.2 














Isoamylic dibromresellinate 


.... 


C I3 H 16 Br 2 Q 4 




73-8 




A., 139, 40 




A cetyldimethylpropyldi- 


C 6 Br 2 Pr(OMe) 2 (OAc) 


n 


.... 


101-5-102-5 


Hofmann 


B., 11, 331 


34, 417 


brompyrogallol 
















Hydrobromcumenyl crotonic 


C 6 H 4 .Pr(CH 2 .CHBr.CH 3 . 


VisH-i-rBrQi 




148-150 p.d. 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 380 


32, 662 


acid 


COOH) 














Bromsalicin .... 




CLH.-BrO, 




160 


Schmidt 


Z. C. [2], 1, 320 


,,i 1 f\f\l 






V -'J3- M -M7'^ 7 










v**i lUvl 


Pentabromanthraquinone .... 


.... 


C 14 H 3 Br 6 O 2 


.... 


w.m. 


Diehl 


B., 11, 183 


34, 430 


Tetrabromauthraquinbne .... 


.... 


C 14 H 4 Br 4 2 




295-300 


jj 


B., 11, 182 





i 


.... 


n 


.... 


nf. 370 


Hammerschlag 


B., 10, 1213 


34, 76 


Tribromanthraquinone 


.... 


C 14 H 6 Br 3 2 




186 


Diehl 


B., 11, 181 


34, 430 





...; 





.... 


365 


Hammerschlag 


B., 10, 1213 


34, 76 


Tribromflavopurpurin 


.... 


C 14 H 5 Br 3 6 




284 d. 


Schunck & Roemer 


B., 10, 1823 


34, 322 


Peiitabromoxytolidene 


.._ 


C 14 H s Br 5 2 


.... 


206 


...... 


A., 153, 127 




a-Dibromanthraquinone 


.... 


C 14 H 6 Br 2 2 


.... 


145 


Perkin 


37, 555 




0- 




)> 




174-175 


n 


37, 555 




- 


.... 


)) 


.... 


236 u.c. 


Diehl 


B., 11, 181 




?- 


.... 


'' 


.... 


270-272 


Auerbach 1 - 


B., 15, 2918 




Dibromphenanthrene qui- 


fr. CO.C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CO 


H 


.... 


230 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 533 ; A., 


26, 898 


none 


=2,1 ;.1.2 










167, 185 




Dibrom-?-quinone 


=2.1 ; 1.4 


> 




166u.c.;170c 


Carnelley &Thomson 


47, 592 




Dibrom hydroxy anthra- 


C 6 H 4 ,:(CO) s :C 6 HBr a .OH 


C I4 H 6 Br 2 3 


.... 


207-208 


Baeyer 


A, 202, 136 ; B., 


31, 308 


quinoue 


=2.1 ; 1.2.3.5.4 










9, 1231 




Dibromalizarin 


.... 


C 14 H 6 Br 2 4 




168-170 


Diehl 


B., 11, 190 


34, 428 


Dibromxanthopurpuriu 


.... 





.... 


227-230 


Plath 


B., 9, 1205 


31, 87 ; 33, 424 





.... 







231 


Schunck & Roemer 


33, 424 




Fr. dibrom-o-p-ditolyl 


C 14 H 8 Br 2 4 (?) 







197-1 98 u.c.; 


Carnelley&Thomson 


47, 592 












201-202 c. 








Tetrabromoxytolidene 


t* 


C, 4 H 6 Br 4 2 




150 




A., 153, 127 




Bromanthraquinone 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 Br 


C 14 H 7 BrO 3 




187 


Greebe and Lieber- 


As., 7, 290 


vi., 180 




=2.1; 1.2.4 








mann 









=2.1; 1.2.3 


J) 




188 


Pechmann 


B., 12, 2127 




Bromalizarin .... 


C 14 H 5 Br(OH) 2 O 2 


C, 4 H,BrO, 




a. 280 


Diehl 


B., 11, 190 


34 49S 


Brompurpurin 




^14 7*^ ^^4 

C 14 H 7 BrO 5 




275 




D. P., 228, 263 


"^, ^t^Q 

34, 737 


i, .... .... 


.... 


)> 




275 


jieberniann& Platte 


B., 10, 1620 


34, 78 





.... 


I) 


.... 


276 


Schunck & Roemer 


B., 10, 564 


31, 673 ; 32, 625 


Dibromoxytolidene .... 


.... 


C 14 H 8 Br 2 2 




121 




A., 153, 125 




Dibromdiphenylene glycollic 


.... 


C I4 H 8 Br 2 3 




abt. 225 


Friedliinder 


B., 10, 537 


32, 493 


acid 
















Fr. dibrom-o-p-ditolyl 


v. C 14 H 6 Br 2 4 


O^ilyDl'gO 4 


.... 




.... 


.... 





414 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference, 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromdiphenic acid 


C 12 H 6 Br 2 (COOH)j 


C 14 H 8 Br 2 4 


.... 


295-296 


Ostermayer 


B., 7, 1091 




Bromsalicylic anhydride ... 


[C 6 H 3 Br(OH).CO] 2 O=(..2.1) 2 


C I4 H 8 Br 2 6 


.... 


164-165 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 5, 479 


vi., 1003 


Dibromresorcinphthalein ... 


CTTT>_ f( \~\~\\ C^C\ f 1 TT 
g-d-Droi wxi jq.v-'w.Vj'c-cij. 





.... 


218- 220 


Baeyer 


A., 183, 56 


31, 204 




COOH=(?) 2 . 1.3.2; 1.2 














Brombenzoylbenzoic acid ... 


COOH.Bz.Br.=1.2.3 or 6 


CuHjBrOj 




219-221 


Pechmann 


B., 12, 2126 




Bromdiphenic asid 


C c H 4 (COOH).C 6 H 3 Br.COOH 


C 14 H 9 BrO 4 


.... 


208u.c.;215c 


Carnelley & Thom- 


47, 591 






=4.1; 1.4.2 








son 






Pentabromcurcumin dibro- 




C 14 H 9 Br 7 4 


cf. B., 16, 573 abt. 120 d. 


Jackson and Menke 


A. C. J., 4, 360 


44, 482 


mide 
















Dibromdeoxybeiizoin 




C 14 H 10 Br 2 


.... 


87 


Zinin 


A., 126, 221 


vi., 332 







ii 




110-112 


Limpricht and A., 155, 70 


vii., 174 












Schwanert 






Tetrabromethylene phenyl- 


.... 


Ci 4 H 10 Br 4 O 2 


.... 


b. 100 


.... 


Z. C. [1869], 447 




oxide 
















Bromdeoxybenzoin 


.... 


C 14 H u BrO 


... 


50 


Limpricht and 


A., 155, 68 


vil., 174 












Schwanert 






Bromdihydroanthrol (?) 


.... 


!> (?) 


.... 


92-94 


Perger 


J. p. [2], 23, 137 


40, 608 


Brombenzylidene benzoate .... 


Ph.CHBr.OBz 


C 14 H n Br0 2 




69-70 


Claisen 


B., 14, 2475 


42, 514 


Benzoxydibromtoluene 


Me.OBz.Br 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 14 H n Br 2 2 


.... 


91-91-5 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2532 


48, 146 


Ethylene diphenol tetabro- 


.... 


C, 4 H 14 Br 4 O 2 


.... 


a. 100 






vi., 917 


mide 
















Curcumin tetrabromide 


.... 


C 14 H 14 Br 4 4 


cf. B., 16, 573 


185 d. 


Jackson and Menke 


A. C. J., 4, 360 


44, 481 


Dibromthymoquinol diace- 


C 6 Br 2 MePr(OAo) 3 


C 14 H 16 Br 2 4 


MM 


121-122 


Schulz 


B., 15, 658 




tate 
















Diacetyl dibrompicomar 


C 6 Br 2 Pr(OAc) 2 .OMe 


C M H le Br 2 6 


.... 


78 


.,.. 


M. C., 4, 185 




Bromthymoquinol diacetate 


C 6 HBrMePr(OAc) 2 


C, 4 H 17 BrO 4 




91 


Schulz 


B., 15, 658 


42, 838 


Tetrabrommorin 


.... 


C,,H 6 Br 4 7 


+2JH S O 


258 


Benedikt & Hazura 


M. C., 5, 667 


48, 554 


Brombenzylidene phthalide 


C 6 H 4 .COO.C. CBrPh=1.2 


C 15 H 9 BrO 2 




160 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2444 


48, 1230 


From ethobromcodeine 









121; 121-122 


Gerichten and 


B., 15, 1485, 2179 


42, 1113; 44, 












Schrotter 




222 


Methylbromhydroxyanthra- 


C 6 H 4 ;: (C0)j.. C 6 H.Me.OH.Br 


C 16 H 9 BrO s 




305 


Fraude 


A,, 202, 165, B., 


36, 635 


quinone 


Br.OH.Me=1.2.3 










12, 237 




Benzylidene phthalide di- 


C 6 H 4 .COO.CBr.CHBrPh 


C 16 H. Br 2 2 




146 


Gabriel 


B., 17, 2521 


48, 165 


bromide 


=1.2 














Tetrabromphloretin 


... 


C 16 H 10 Br 4 5 




205-210 d. 


Hlasiwetz 


A., 119, 104 


iv., 492 


Bromcresolphthalein 


C 6 H 2 BrMe(OH).OC.C 6 H 4 . 


C 15 H,,Br0 4 




228 


Fraude 


B., 12, 240 


36, 635 




COOH=?,1.2.?; 1.2 














Benzylidene phenylketone 


CHBrPh.CHBr.CO.Ph 


C-sH-^O 




156-157 


Claisen & Claparede 


B., 14, 2464 


42,512 


dibromide 
















Dibrom-a-pyrocressol 








215 


Schwarz 


B., 16, 2143 


46, 79 


Dibromdimethoxybenzophe- 


fr. CO(C a H 4 .OMe) 2 =(1.4) 2 


C.sHuBrA 


.... 


181 


Bosler 


R, 14, 329 


40, 422 


none 
















Dibromhydrocotoi'n 




C 15 H 12 Br 2 4 




95 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 59 


38, 328 


Tetracetyldibromgallic acid 


C 6 Br 2 (OAc) 3 .COOAc 


C 15 H 12 Br 2 9 


+ 2H 2 


91 


t 


B., 3, 643 






=6.2.5.4.3.1 














Bromlapachic acid 


C lo H 4 (C 8 H 9 );0 2 .OBr 


C 16 H 13 Br0 3 


cf.B., 16, 801 


139-140 


Paterno 


G. I., 12, 337 


44, 211 


Bromhydrocotoin 


.... 


C 15 H 13 Br0 4 




147 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 59 


33, 328 


Dibromoesculin 




C 15 H 14 Br 2 9 


.... 


193-195 d. 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1594 


40, 108 












Kuietsch 






Brompicrotoxin 




C 15 H 15 Br0 6 


.... 


d.w.m. 240- 


Paterno & Oglioloro 


G. L, 7, 193, B., 


32, 790 










250 




10, 1100 




" 




H 




245 


Schmidt & Lowen- 


B., 14, 819 


40, 741 












hardt 






Dibrom-a-metasantonin 




C 16 H 16 Br 2 3 


.... 


184 


Cannizaro and Car- 


G. I., 10, 461 


40, 286 












neluti 






~P~ 


.... 






186 








Brom-/3-metasantonin 




Ci 5 H 17 BrO., 




114 





H 

G. I., 8, 318 


M 

36, 330 


" " 


.... 





.... 


114 





G. L, 10, 461 


40, 285 


!) ~ a ~ 


.... 


,, 


.... 


212 


., 


M 


40, 286 






" 




212 


" 


G. L, 8, 318 


36, 330 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



415 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Santonyl bromide 


.... 


Ci 5 Hi 9 BrO 3 




145-5 


Cannizaro and 


G. I., 8, 31)9 


36, 331 













Valente 






Dibrora-a-naphthylene phe- 


.... 


C 16 H 8 Br,0 


cf. A., 209, 144 


284 


Arx 


B., 13, 1727 


40, 282 


nylene oxide 
















Diphthalyl dibromide 


C 6 H 4 .COO.CBr i CBr.C 6 H 4 . 


Cl 6 H 8 Br 2 O 4 


4: 


begins 220 d. 


Greebe & Schmal- 


B., 15, 1674 


48, 1298 




COO=(I.2) 2 








zigang 






Dibrom-m-acetoxyanthaqui- 


C 6 H 4 : (00), : C 6 H(OAc)Br 2 


t 


cf. A., 202, 137 


189-190 


Baeyer 


B., 9, 1231 


81, 308 


none 
















Dibromocampheride 


.... 


C 16 H IO Br 2 6 




224-225 d. 


Jahns 


B., 14, 2389 


42, 209 


Diacetyltetrabrom-y-diphenol 


(C 6 H 2 Br 2 .OAc),=(l.U4) 2 


C 16 H 10 Br 4 4 




245 


Magatti 


B., 13, 225 


38, 643 


Tetrabromlecanoric acid 


.... 


C 16 H 10 Br 4 7 




abt. 157 


Hesse 


A., 139, 28 


vi., 778 


Ethylic dibromdiphenylene 


fr. C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .C(OH).COOEt 


C 16 Hi 2 Br 2 O 3 




150-151 


Friedlander 


B., 10, 537 


32, 493 


glycollate 
















Dibromhsematoxylin 


.... 


C,,H 12 Br 2 6 




d. a. 120 


Dralle 


B., 17, 373 


48, 1043 


Dibromlecanoric acid 


.... 


C 16 H 12 Br 2 7 




175 ; 179 c. 


Hesse 


A., 139, 28 


vi., 778 


Diacetyldibromrhamnetin .... 


C 13 H,Br,O s (OAc), 







211-212 


Liebermann and 


B., 11, 1621 ; A., 


36, 272 












Hermann 


196, 322 




? 


C 14 H 10 Br.Ac 


C 16 H 13 BrO 




107 


Limpricht and 


.... 


vii., 1163 












Schwanert 






Bromdioxyretistene 


.... 


C I6 H 13 Br0 2 




210-212 




Z. C. [1869], 74 




Fr. tolane dibromide 


C 14 H 10 Br.OAc 





.... 


107 


Limpricht and 


B., 4, 380 














Schwanert 






Dibromethyl deoxybenzoin.... 


fr. Ph.CH 2 .CO.C 6 H 4 Et=1.4 


C 16 H l4 Br 2 




113 


Sollscher 


B., 15, 1681 


42, 1292 


Methylic diphenyl dibrom- 


Ph.CHBr.CBrPh.COOMe 


Ci 6 H 14 Br 2 O 2 




105-108 


Cabella 


G. I., 14, 14 


46, 1348 


propionate 
















Tetrabromhydrocoerulignone 


C 12 Br 4 (OMe) 4 (OH) 2 


C 16 H 14 Br 4 6 




217-218 


Hayduck 


B., 9, 930 


30, 517 


Dibromhydrocoerulignone .... 


C 12 H 2 Br 2 (OMe) 4 (OH) 2 


C 16 H 16 Br 2 O 6 


.... 


262 


5 


)1 





Brompalmitolic acid ,., 


C l5 H 26 Br.COOH 


C 16 H 27 Br0 2 




31 


Schroeder 


A., 143, 31 


vi., 896 


Bromhypogceic acid 


C^H^Br.COOH 


C 16 H 29 Br0 2 


.... 


19-23 


)5 


A., 143, 26 


vi., 727 


Tribrompalmitic acid 


CjsHjsBrj.COOH 


C 16 H 29 Br 3 2 




39 





A., 143, 27 





Dibrompalmitic acid 


C 15 H J9 Br 2 .COOH 


C 16 H 30 BrA 




29 


> 


A., 143, 24 


vi., 726 


Ethyl tetrabrommorin 


C 15 H,,Br 4 EtO 7 + 3H 2 O 


C 17 H 10 Br 4 7 




135 


Benedikt & Hazura 


M. G, 5, 667 


48, 551 


From bromcinnamic acid .... 


.... 


C 17 H 12 Br 2 2 




a. 340 


Leuckart 


B., 15, 19 


42, 615 


Tetrabromevernic acid 


.... 


C 17 H 12 Br 4 O 7 




161 


Stenhouse 


P. R S., 17, 222 


vii., 496 


Bromdehydracetonebenzil .... 


.... 


C 17 H 13 Br0 2 




172 


Japp and Miller 


47, 29 




Pentabromdurylbenzoyl 


.... 


C 17 H 13 Br 5 




224-225 




J. [1879], 372 




Dibenzylidene-acetone tetra- 


CO(CHBr.CHBrPh) 2 


C 17 H 14 Br 4 




206-208 


Claisen and Clap- 


B., 14, 2461 


42, 511 


bromide 










ardde 






Benzylidenephthalidebromide 


Ph.C 2 HBr(OEt).C 6 H 4 .COO 


Ci7H 15 BrO 3 




149 


Gabriel 


B., 17, 2527 


48, 165 


ethoxide 


> 1 


















=1.2 














Acet.ylbromhydrocoto'in 


.... 


C 17 H 15 BrO 3 




166 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 61 


38, 328 


Brom a-ditolylpropionic acid 


f r. (Me.C 6 H 4 ) 2 .CHMe.COOH 


C| 7 Cj 7 BrO 2 




143-144 


Haiss 


B., 15, 1478 


42, 1071 




=(1.4) 2 














Ethylic phenyldibrompro- 


CHBrPh.CHBr.CO.CEt 2 . 


C^H^BrA 




55 


Claisen and Mat- 


A., 218, 170 


46, 444 


piony Idi ethy lacetate 


COOEt 








thews 






> >i 





J5 




54-55 


Matthews 


43, 206 




Erythropyrocatechol 




C 18 H,Br I0 




139 d. 


Stenhouse 


A., 177, 197 


28, G ; vii., 1029 


Xanthogallol 


.... 


C 18 H 4 Br 14 O c 




122 


,, 


A., 177, 193 


28, 6; vii., 1031 


? 




C 18 H 7 Br n 9 




130 


D 


n 


28, 4; vii., 1031 


Dibromchyrsoquinoiie 




C 18 H s Br 2 2 


.... 


160-165 


Adler 


B., 12, 1892 


38, 263 


Dibromethylenebenzoyl car- 


C 6 H 4 : (CO), : CH.CBr 2 .OC. 


C 18 H 10 Br 2 O 5 




285-287 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 1561 


34, 230 


bonic anhydride 


C 6 H 4 .COOH=(1.2) 2 














Dibromethylene dibenzoyl 


fr. (.CH 2 .CO.C 6 H 4 .COOH). 2 


C 18 H 12 Br 2 O 6 




270-272 


u 


B., 10, 2209 


24, 428 


carbonic acid 


=(1.2), 














Tribrompyrogiiajacol 




Ci 8 H 13 Br 3 O 3 




172 


Wieser 


M. C., 1, 601 


40, 813 


Phenyldibrompropylic cin- 


Ph.CH:OH.COO.CH. 


C 18 H 16 Br 2 2 




151 


Miller 


B., 9, 275 


29, 939 


namate 


(CHBr) 2 .Ph 














Dibromhexmethoxyd iphenyl 


fr. (MeO) 3 C 6 H 2 .C 6 H 2 (OMe)3 


C^BrA 




138-140 


Ewald 


B., 11, 1623 


36, 253 


Dibromoleic acid 


cf. A., 140, 56 


C 18 H 3! ,BrA 


200 


.... 


Lefort 


J. Ph. (3), 24, 113 


iv., 194 



416 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrabromstearic acid 


C 17 H 31 Br 4 .COOH 


C| 8 H 32 Br 4 O 2 


cf. A., 140, 56 


abt. 70 


Marasse 


Z.C. (2), 5, 571 


vi., 1038 


Broraoleic acid 


C 17 H 32 Br.COOH 


C.sH^BrO, 


cf. A., 140, 47 


35-36 


Overbeck 


J. p., 97, 159 


vi., 881 


Dibromoelai'dic acid ... 


C^H^Br^COOH 


C 18 H 34 Br 2 2 


cf.A.,140,6 


27 


Burg 


B. S. (2), 3, 191 


vi., 550 


Bromstearie acid 


CjjH^Br.COOH 


C 18 H 35 BrO 2 


.... 


41 


Oudemanns 


J. p., 89, 1957 


v., 419 


From isoamyloxanthranol .. 


.... 


C 19 H 18 Br 2 




120 d. 


.... 


A., 212, 95 




Dibromdiacetylpicrotoxide 


.... 


19 IS 2 8 




180 


Paternd & Oglialorc 


G. I., 9, 57 


36, 729 


or Diacetylpicrotoxide di- 




or 












bromide 




C 19 H 2(1 Br 2 8 












Ethyl brompodocarpic acid .. 


.... 


C 19 H 25 BrO 3 


.... 


158 




A., 170, 237 




Pentabromquinol phthale'in 


fr.C.H 4 :[OO.C,H,(OH)],:0 


' -, i i ' - i^rsOt 


.... 


a. 300 


Ekstrand 


B., 11,716 


34, 676 




=1.2 ; (7.1.4), 














Pentabromresorcinol oxale'in 


O.C 6 H 2 Br(OH).CO.C : (C 6 H 


Oj.jii_ J3l*r O* 




d.w m. 230 


Glaus 


B., 14, 2567 


42,399 




i i 
















Br,.OH),:O=U.3. ?; 














Dibrom-/3-dinaphthalene 


^ [(?) 3 .1.3]. 2 


vyn/i-tLin-DrnO 


cf.A.,209,140 


247 


Knecht & Unzeitig 


B., 13, 1726 


40, 281 


oxide 
















-<"- ., 11 








cf.A.,209,137 


287 


H 


B., 13, 1725 





Dibromphenolphthalei'n an- 


.... 


CjoH^Bi'A 


.... 


255-258 


Baeyer 


A., 212, 347 


42, 1096 


hydride 
















Dibromfluorescei'n 


.... 


20 H JO Br 2 O 5 




260-270 





A., 183, 38 


81, 200 


Tetrabromphenol phthale'in... 


C 6 H 4 (CO.C 6 H 2 Br 2 .OH) 2 =1.2; 


C 20 H lo Br 4 4 




220-230 





B., 9, 1231 


31, 308 


> 


.1 







220-230 





A., 202, 77 


38, 654 


Tetrabromphenolphthalideln 


cf. B, 9, 1238 


jj 


.... 


a. 280 





B., 9, 1237 


31, 309 


Dibromhydroxydiphenyl 

t ji i ;^i 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 (OH).CPh.C 6 H 4 .COO 
i i 


CH It Br,Q, 




196 


Pechmaim 


B., 13, 1615 


40, 96 


pntnalide 
















Dibromphenylresorcinphtha- 


fr. C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 .CPh.C 6 H 4 .COO 


CsoH 12 Br 2 4 




219 





B., 14, 1861 


42, 184 


lein 


i i 


















=1.3.7; 1.2 














Tetrabromphenolphthalin .... 


C 6 H s Br 2 (OH).CH(OH).C 6 H 4 . 


C 20 H 12 Br 4 O 4 




140 


Baeyer 


R, 9, 1233 


31, 308 




CO.C 6 H 2 Br.,OH 














j> 


.... 


J" 




205 


,, 


A., 202, 85 


38, 655 


Tetrabrompurpurogallin 




C 20 H 12 Br 4 9 




202-204 


Clermont ftdbautan 


C. E., 94, 1362 


42, 1066 


Hexabromdiresorcinoltetra- 


C 6 Br 3 (OAc) 2 .C,Br 3 (OAc) 2 


C'., H 12 Br 6 O 8 




259 


.... 


M. C., 1, 356 




acetate 
















Tetrabrom-/3-diresorcinol- 


C 6 HBr 2 (OAc) 2 .C 6 HBr 2 (OAc) 2 


C 20 H 14 Br 4 O s 




195 


.... 


M. C., 1, 353 




tetracetate 
















Tribromerythrol 




C 20 H 19 Br 3 1 , 


+ 1^H 2 O 


139 




A., 117,310 




Dibromdiacetylhydroccerulig- 


C 12 H 2 Br i .(OMe) 4 (OAc) 2 


C^H^BrijO, 




178 


Hayduck 


B., 9, 930 


30, 516 


noue 
















a-Dibenzoyldithymol 


.... 


C 20 H 24 Br 2 O 2 


.... 


215 


Dianin 


J. E. [1882], 130 


42, 624 


Hexabromresocyauin 


.... 


C2iH 12 Br 6 O 6 




250 d. 




J. p., 24, 127; 25, 83 




Bromphthalacene oxide 




C 21 H 13 BrO 




200 


Gabriel 


B., 17, 1398 


46, 1190 


Brombenzylcurcumin 


C 14 H 13 (CH 2 .C 6 H 4 Br)0 4 =1.4 


C 21 H 19 Br0 4 


cf.B.,15,1761 


78 ; sf. 76 


Jackson and Menkt 


A. C. J., 4, 77 


42, 1108 


Alcoholate of ethylbrompodo- 


.... 


C 21 H 31 Br0 4 


.... 


a, 80 




A., 170, 213 




carpinic acid 
















Acetyl tetrabromfluovescein 


.... 


C 22 H 10 Br 4 6 




278 


Baeyer 


A., 138, 1 


31, 203 


7 bromhydrin dibromide 


C 22 H 12 Br(OH).Br 2 


C 22 H 13 Br 3 




d.w.m. 280 


Rousseau 


A. C. (5), 28, 145 


46, 180 


Dibromacetoxydiphenyl - 


"! 6 H 2 Br 2 (OAc).CPh.C 6 H 4 .COO 


C 22 H 14 Br 2 O 4 


.... 


170-172 


Pechmann 


B., 13, 1616 




phthalide 


i .--i 














Tribromcotoin 


.... 


C 22 H 15 Br 3 O 6 




114 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 26, 


38, 326 


Dibromorthocresolphthalein 


fr. C 6 H 4 (CO.C 6 H 3 Me.OH) 2 


C 22 H 16 Br 2 O 4 


cf.A.,202,158 


255 


Fraude 


B., 12, 239 


36, 635 




= 1.2 ; (7.1.2), 














Dehydroacetophenonebenzil 


.... 


C 22 H 16 Br 4 2 


.... 


110-115 


Japp and Miller 


47,36 




tetrabromide 
















Dibrom-o-cresolpbthaliu 


.... 


C 22 H ls Br 2 4 




236 




A., 202, 170 




Dibromerucic acid .... . ... 


.... 






46-47 


Hausknecht 


A., 143, 44 


vi., 257 


Tetrabrombehenic acid 




C 22 H 40 Br 4 O n 




77-78 




A., ] 43, 45 




Bromerucic acid 




C 22 H 41 BrO 2 




33-34 




A., 143, 50 


vi., 581 


Tribrombehenic acid.... 








31-32 




1} 




Brassidic acid dibromide .. 




C 22 H, 2 Br 2 O., 




54 




A., 143, 57 


vi., 367 


Dibrombehenic acid 








42-43 


Otto 


\., 135, 227 


vi., 581 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



417 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethyltetrabromaurin 


C 19 H 8 Et 2 Br 4 3 


C 2 3H ls Br 4 O 3 




110-115 


Ackermann 


B., 17, 1627 


46, 1340 


Tetrabrornphthalfluorescem 




C 24 H 10 Br 4 5 




a. 310 


Terrisse 


A., 227, 133 


48, 667 


(naphthaleosin) 
















Tetrabromfluorescein diace- 


.... 


C 24 H l2 Br 4 0- 


278 


.... 


A., 183, 53 




tate 














Tetrabromquercetin 


fr.C 24 H 14 9 :(O.C 6 H 12 4 ) 2 :0 


C 24 H 12 Bi-,O n 


218 


Liebermann and 


B., 12, 1185 












Hamburger 






Diacetyldibromfluorescem .... 


.... 


C 34 H 14 BrA 


208-210 


Baeyer 


A., 138, 1 


31,200 


Dibromfluorescein diacetate 


... 


C 24 H 14 Br,0 7 




208-210 




A., 183, 38 




Diacetyltetrabromphenol- 


C 6 H.,Br,(OH).6!c 6 H 4 .C 


C 24 H l4 Br 4 5 


.... 


256 


Baeyer 


A., 202, 95 


38, 656 


phthalidin 


1 














r 


(OH).C 6 HBr s .OAc 














Diacetyltetrabromphenol- 


.... 


C 24 H 14 Br 4 6 




134 





A., 202, 80 


38, 654 


phthale'in 
















Diacetyltetrabromphenol- 


cf. B., 9, 1238 





cf. A., 202, 


182-183 





B., 9, 1237 


31, 310 


phthalide'in 






108 










Diacetyltetrabromphenol- 


fr. C 6 H 2 Br 2 (OH).CH(OH). 


C 24 H 16 Br 4 O|. 


.... 


165-166 





B., 9, 1234 ; A., 


31, 309 ; 38, 


phthalin 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 8 H 2 Br 2 ,OH 










202, 36 


655 


Tetrabromtetracetylbrazilin 


C 16 H 6 Br 4 5 Ac 4 


C 24 H I9 Br 4 9 




220-222 


Buchka and Erck 


B., 18, 1141 


48, 907 


Tribromtetracetylbrazilin .... 


C 16 H ; Br 3 O i Ac 4 


C 24 H 19 Br 3 O,, 




145-147 





B., 18, 1140 





? 


C 6 H 4 (CH 2 .O.CHBr.C 6 H 4 , 


C 24 H 20 Br 2 4 




80 


Low 


B., 18, 2073 


48, 1208 




COH) 2 =1.4;(1.4) 2 (?) 














Diethylic tetrabromrosolic 


QwH 10 Et 2 Br 4 O., 


C 24 H 20 Br 4 3 




110-115 


Ackermann 


B., 17, 1627 


46, 1340 


acid 
















Bromtetracetylbraziliii 


C 16 H 9 Br0 6 Ac 4 


C 24 H 21 BrO 9 




203-204 


Buchka 


B., 17, 685 


46, 1044 


Diacetylbromcaitechin 


C 21 H 17 Br0 7 (OAc) 2 


C 2i H 23 BrO H 


.... 


120 


Liebermaim and 


B., 13, 696 


40,53 












Tauchert 






Pentacetyldibronicesculin .... 


C 15 H 9 Br 2 4 (OAc) s 


C 25 H 24 Br 2 14 




203-206 


Liebermaim and 


B., 13, 1594 


40, 108 












Knietsch 






Fr. benzophenone 


.... 


C 26 H 15 Br s O 2 




125 


Linnemann 


A., 133, 6 


iv., 478 


Pentacetylbromhsematoxylin 


C 16 H 8 BrO 6 .Ao 6 


CjuHaBrO,, 




210 


Buchka 


B., 17, 684 


46, 1043 


Tribrombaphinitone .... 




C 26 H 23 Br 3 O fi 




180-2 c. ; ,d. 


Anderson 


.... 


30, 585 


Br-deriv. of styrogenin 


C 26 H 39 Br 3 (?) 


C. 6 H 37 Br 3 0(?) 




260 


Myhus 


B., 15, 945 




Cholesterin dibromide 




C 26 H 44 Br 2 




113-114 


Liebermaim 


B., 18, 1807 


48, 1075 


Tetrabromdiacetylquercetin 


C 24 H IO Br 4 11 Ac : . 


C M H 16 Br 4 O 13 


.... 


226-228 


Liebermann ami 


B., 12, 1185 


36, 946 












Hamburger 






Dibromlepidene 


..... 


Ca.H^Br.p 




185 





A., 153, 131 




,, 


.... 


_ 


.... 


190 


Zinin 


J. [1867], 31b 


vl., 781 


Dibromoxylepidine .... 




' \> s 1 ! | 8 Br 2 O 2 




222 


.... 


J. [1876], 425 













239 









Tetracetyldibromgallein 


.... 


CjgH^BrjO,, 




234 


Buchka 


A., 209, 266 


42, 61 


Dibromdiacetylquercetin 


O 24 H 12 Br ; Ac 2 O 11 


O^HigBrgOj-j 




218 


Liebermann and 


B., 12, 1184 


36, 945 












Hamburger 






a-Tribrompyrocressol 




C 28 H 23 Br 3 O 2 


cf.B.,15,2206 


s. 200 


Schwarz 


M. C., 3, 738 


44, 207 


y- 


.... 







s. 183 








n 


Bromlaserpetiu 


.... 


CjoH^BrjOg 




90 


Kulz 


A. P. [3], 21, 161 


46, 183 


Bromechicerin 


.... 


C 30 H 47 Br0 2 




116 




A., 178, 63 




Bromoquassiin 


.... 


C 31 H 4 ,- I BT- I O 9 




75 


Christensen 


A. P. [3], 20, 481 


42, 1302 


Dibrompalmitone 


..... 


C 31 H m Br 2 




55 


Herez 


A., .186, 257 


32, 427 


,, hydrobro- 


.... 


C 31 H 6 ,Br 3 O 




5-5 





J) 


>! 


inide 
















Tetrabromdibenzoylhydro- 




C 32 H 28 Br 4 O 8 


.... 


84 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 56 


38, 327 


cotin 
















Dibromdibenzoylhydrocotin 


.... 


C 32 H 30 Br 2 O s 




147 





A., 199, 55 





Fr. quassin 




C 32 H 41 Br 3 9 




155 d. 


Oliveri and Denaro 


G. I., 14, 1 


46, 1192 


Bromechitin .... 




C 32 H 51 Br0 2 




100 




A., 178, 68 




Tetrabromleucotin .... 


.... 


C 34 H 28 Br 4 O 10 




157 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 199, 42 


38, 326 


Tetrabromoxyleucotin 


.... 


C^H^Br.O,, 


.... 


159 


n 


A., 199, 51 


38, 327 


Dibromleucotin 


... 


34 H 30 Br 2 1( , 




187 





A., 199, 41 


38, 326 


Dibromoxyleucotin 


.... 


C 34 H 30 Br 2 12 




190-192 





A., 199, 50 


38, 327 
















3 II 



418 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Dibromstearone 
Br on dioxyretistine.... . 


.... 


U M H w Br 3 
C 40 H 31 Br 4 5 
C^Hc-Br-jO. 


.... 


72 
234-235 

150 


Ekstrand 


J. [1855], 517 
A., 185, 102 
A., 176, 72 


v., 425 
32, 498 


Dibromabietic acid .... 


.... 


C 44 H, 2 Br s 5 




134 


Emmerling 


B., 12, 1443 


38, 265 



(9.) CHBrS, CHBrSe, and CHBrTe. 



Tribromthiophene 




C 4 HBr 3 S 


259-260 c. j 29 


Rosenberg 


B., 18, 1774 


48, 1051 


Dibromthiophene 


S.Br 2 =1.2. ? 


C 4 H 2 Br 2 S 


203-207 


Liquid 


Meyer and Stiidlei 


B., 18, 1490 


48, 972 





1 


11 


205-207 u. c. 


Liquid 


Langer 


B., 17, 1566 


46, 1133 








)) 


206-206-5 


Liquid 


Meyer 


B., 16, 1470 


44, 1091 








u. c. ; 
















210-5-211 c. 










Brorathiophene 


.... 


C 4 H 3 BrS 


149-151 u. c. 


.... 





B., 16, 1472 


?) 


,, .... 


.... 


J> 


149-151 


.... 


Meyer and Stadler 


B., 18, 1490 


48, 972 


Diethylene dithiotetrabro- 


C 2 H 4 :SBr 2 :SBrj:C 3 H, 


C 4 H 8 Br 4 S 2 


.... 


96 d. 


Husemann 


A., 126, 287 


vi., 607 


mide 
















Tribrom-thiotolene 


S.Me,Br 3 = ? 


C 6 H 3 Br s S 




34 


Volhard & Erdman u 


B., 18, 455 


48, 763 


>i - ,, 


=1.2.3.4.5 


)) 




74 


Meyer and Kreis 


B., 17, 787 


46, 1131, 1132 


j> -ft- 


=1.3.2.4.5 


) 


.... 


86 


Egli 


B., 18, 545 


48, 766 


Dibrom-a-th iotolene 


S.Me.Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 5 H 4 Br 2 S 


227-229 


Liquid 


Meyer and Kreis 


B., 17, 787 




-- 


*) 5) 


JJ 


227-229 n. c. 


Liquid 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2970 


46, 586 


Brombenzene sulphhydrate 


O 8 H 4 Br.SH=l,4 


C,H 6 BrS 




74 


Hiibner & Alsberg 


A., 156, 327 


36, 803 


*> 


it n 


J) 




75 





Z. C. [2], 6, 389 


vii., 153 


j 


)> )> 





230-231 


74-75 


Baumann& Preusse 


Z. P. C., 5, 319 


42, 756 


Tribrom-/3-ethylthiophene .... 


S.Et.Br 3 =1.3.2.4.5 


C 6 H 5 Br 3 S 


.... 


108 


Bonz 


B., 18, 550 


48,766 


Dibromthioxylylbromide .... 


S i Me.Br 2 ,CH,,Br=1.2.3.4.5 


) 




142-144 


Paal 


B., 18, 2253 


48, 1206 


Dibrom-|3-ethylthiophene .... 


S,Et.Br 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 6 H 6 Br 2 S 




Liquid 


Bonz 


B., 18, 550 


48, 766 


Dibromthioxylene 


S.Me 2 .Br 2 =1.2.5.3.4 


)) 


246-247 u. c. 


46 


Messinger 


B., 18, 564 


48, 767 








M 


.... 


50 ; sf. 47 


Paal 


B., 18, 2253 


48, 1206 


Bromthioxylene 


S.Me 2 .Br=1.2.5.3 


C 6 H 7 BrS 


193-1 94 u. c. 


Liquid 


Messinger 


B., 18, 1637 


48, 1052 


Brombenzylsulphhydrate .... 


C 6 H 4 Br,(CH 2 .SH)=1.4 


C^H^rS 




24 


Jackson and Harts- 


A. C. J., 5, 264 


46, 665 












horn 






Bromtoluene sulphhydrate .... 


Me.Br.SH=l.a? 





246 p. d. 


L, 20 


Hubner & Wallach 


Z. C. [2], 5, 500 


vi., 290 


> 





n 


245 p. d. 


7 





J) 


) 


Dithienyldibromethylene .... 


CBr 2 :C(C 4 H 3 S) 2 


CioHfiBr.jS,, 




Liquid 


Peter 


B., 17, 1344 


46, 1001 


Dithienyltribromethane 


CBr,,.CH(C 4 H 3 S) 2 


C 10 H ; Br 3 S 3 




101-102 








jj 


Dibromphenyl sulphide 


S(C G H 4 Br) 2 


C^HgBr^S 




109-110 


Krafft 


B., 7, 1164 


28, 153 


disulphide .... 


S 2 (C 6 H 4 Br). 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 12 H s Br 2 S.j 


.... 


93 


Nbtling 


B., 8, 1310 


28, 264 


? 


.... 


C I4 H 6 Br 2 S 2 




n. f. 250 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 534 


26, 1032 


Brombenzyl sulphide 


(U 6 H 4 Br.CH :: ), ! S=(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 12 Br 2 S 




59 


Jackson and Harts- 


A. C. J., 5, 264 


46, 665 












horn 






disulphide 


(C 6 H 4 Br.CH 2 ) 2 S 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 12 Br 2 S 2 




87-88 


u 


J) 


1* 


Bromtolyl disulphide 


(C,H 3 MeBr) 2 S 2 =1.2.3 or 5) 


,, 




56-58 


Hubner and Poat 


A., 169, 42 


27, 59 


Bromphenylmercaptole of 


CMe 2 (S.C 6 H 4 Br) 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 15 H l4 Br 2 S 2 




89-90 


Baumann 


B., 18, 888 


48, 749 


acetone 
















Bromphenylmercaptal of 


Ph.CH(S.C 6 H 4 Br) 2 =(L4.) 2 


C igf H 14 Br 2 S 2 




79-80 





B., 18, 885 


J) 


benzaldehyde 
















Bromphenylmercaptal of 


Ph.CH :CH.CH(S.C 6 H 4 Br) 2 


C 21 H 16 Br 2 S 2 




105-107 


,, 


) 


p| 


cinnamaldehyde 


=(l-4) 3 














Tribromthionessal 




C 2s H 17 Br 3 S 


.... 


265-270 


Fleischer 


A., 144, 194 


vi., 1087 


Dimethylselenio-dibromide.... 


Me 2 SeBr 2 


C 2 H 6 Br a Se 


cf. A., 179, 5 


82 d. 


Jackson 


B., 8, 110 


28, 553 


Diniethyl-telluro-dibrotnide 


Me. 2 TeBr 3 


C,H 6 Br,Te 




89 


Wohler and Dean 


A., 93, 233 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



419 



(10.) CHBrN. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromacetonitril .... .. 


CHBr^CN 


C 2 HBr 2 N 




142 


Van t'Hoff 


B., 7, 1571 




Bromacetonitril hydro- 


CH 2 Br.CN+HBr. 


C 2 H 3 Br 2 N 


sb. 65 


65 


Engler 


A., 133, 139; 142 


vi., 523 


bromide 












69 




Acetonitril cKhydrobromide 


CH 3 .CN+2HBr. 


C 2 H i Br 2 N 


sb. 49 


47-50 


?) 


II 


t) 


Tribromglyoxalin 




C 3 HBr 3 N 2 




214 d. 


Wyss 


B., 10, 1371 




Brompropionitril hydrobro- 


C 3 H 4 BrN+HBr 


C 3 H 5 Br 2 N 




64 


Engler 


A., 142, 65 


vi., 524 


mide 




1 












Propionitril dihydrobromide 


Me.CH 2 .CN+2HBr 


C 3 H 7 Br 2 N 


.... 


50-55 








jj 


Tribromomethlyglyoxaline .... 


C 3 Br 3 N.NMe 


C 4 H 3 Br 3 N 2 




88-89 


Wallach 


B., 16, 537 


44, 911 





j) 


M 




88-89 


Wyss 


B., 10, 1372 




Tribromparoxalmethyline .... 


.... 


M 




258 


Eadiszewski 


B., 15, 2707 


44, 308 


n-Dibrompyridine 


N.Cl a =1.2.? 


C 6 H 3 Br 3 N 




108 


Ladenburg 


B., 15, 1030 




- 





H 


.... 


109-110 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 989 


36, 734 


"- ., 


JJ Ji 


M 




109-110 


Gerichten 


A., 210, 101 


48,315 


,. 


> >J 







110 


Schotten 


B., 16, 649 




"- 





) 




110-5 


Ladenburg 


B., 15, 1142 




- 


1) 


j 


GO 


112 


Hofmann 


B., 16, 588 


44, 813 


|3- 


= 1 


)) 


.... 


164-165 


Fischer and Reim- 


B., 16, 1184 


44, 923 












erschrnid 






J3- 


J> >' 







164 


KSuigs and Geigy 


B., 17, 593 


46, 1195 


Brompyiidine 


N.C1=1.2 


C 5 H 4 BrN 


169-5(760-5) 


Liquid 


Cianiician & Denn- 


B., 15, 1174 


42, 1214 












stedt 






(cf. B., 15, 943) 


)> 1) 


)J 


169-170 


Liquid 


Danesi 


G. I., 12, 150 


42, 867 


.... .... 


ii Jl 


}) 


170 


.... 


Hofmann 


B., 12, 990 


36, 734 





1 ) 





173 


Liquid 





B., 16, 589 




NH ;) on phlorobromine 


.... 


C 6 II 4 Br 6 N 2 




120 


Beiiedikt 


C. C. [1878], 101 


34, 499 


? 


.... 





.... 


124 


.... 


A., 189, 167 




Tribromethylglyoxaliue 


(C 3 Br 3 N)NEt 


C 5 H b Br 3 N 2 


.... 


61-62 


Wallach 


B., 16, 537 


44, 911 











.... 


61 


Wyss 


B., 10, 1372 




Tribronidiazobenzenimide .... 


C H 2 Br 3 .N.N : N=1.3.5.6 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 N 3 


.... 


59 


Silbersteiu 


J. p., 27, 116 


44,661 


Peutabromaniline 


C e Br 6 .NH 2 


C 6 H 2 Br 5 N 




Not b. 220 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 218 


)i 










**8 


.... 


J. [1875], 344 




Tribronidiazobenzenimide 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .NBr.NBr 2 = 1.3.5.6 


C 6 H 3 Br 6 N 2 


.... 


98-5 


Silberstein 


J. p., 27, 118 




perbromide 
















Diazodibromphenylimide .... 


C 6 H 2 B 2 .N 2 .NH 


C 6 H 3 B ri N 3 


.... 


62 


Griess 


P. T. [1864], 700 


iv., 484 


Tetrabromaniline 


Br 4 .NH 2 =1.2.3.5.6 


C 6 H 3 Br 4 N 




115-3 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 212 








)1 


.... 


116-117 


Wiirster & Nolting 


B., 7, 1564 


29, 389 


p-Diazobromphenylimide .... 


C 6 H 3 Br.N 2 .NH 


C 6 H 4 BrN 3 




20 


Griess 


P. T. [1864], 700 


iv., 483 


Trbiromaniline 


Br 3 .NH 2 =1.3.5.6 


C 6 H 4 Br 3 N 




116-22 


Mills 


.... 


28, 648 


i .... 


) 


I) 


.... 


116-319 


* 


P. B. [1881], 85 




ji 


11 





abt. 300 


117 


Fritzsche 


J. p., 28, 204 


iv., 436 





)> 


J 


.... 


117 


Hofman 


B., 15, 411 


42, 951 


M .... .... 


)' 


) 




118 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 212, 227 


J .... 


' 


)J 




118-5 


Zander 


A., 198, 1 


38, 124 


,, .... 


) >J 


) 


.... 


119 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 357 




.... .... 


)) J) 







119 


Nolting & Scholler 


B., 8, 819 


29, 928 


,, 


)J 


> 


.... 


119 


Losauitsch 


B., 15, 471 


42, 954 


,, 


11 )} 


5) 


.... 


119 


Baumann and Tie- 


B., 12, 1192 


36, 936 












niann 






,, 


) ) 


)J 


.... 


119 


Limpricht 


B., 10, 1541 




,} 


)> J> 


> 




119-120 


Fittig and Buclmei 


A., 188, 26 


34, 50 


,, .... 


=1,2.3.5 


)1 


d. a. 130 


n. f. 130 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 223 


Dibromaniline 


NH 2 .Br 2 =1.2.5 
=1.3.5 


C s H s Br 2 N 




51-53 
56 


Langer 


A., 165, 181 
B., 15, 1329 






JJ 







56-5 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 30 


29, 218 






= 1 


ji 




50-60 


Hofmann 


A., 53, 47 


iv., 436 






=1.2.6 (?) 


)^ 




70-71 


Limpricht 


B., 10, 1541 


34, 221 




)) \ / 

=1.2.4 


> 




78'82 


Mills 


P. M. [4], 49, 21 


28, 648 




)J 


)> 








L J) > 


3 H 2 






420 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dibromaniline 


NH 2 .Br 2 =1.2.4 

11 n 
i )i 
11 i 
11 i 

1 11 

1 34 


C 6 H 5 Br 2 N 

11 
i 
J5 
)1 



fi 

; *) 
n 

11 

C 6 H 6 Br 4 N 

))' 
1 

C 6 H 6 BrN 

j^ 
jf 


11 
11 
si 

f1 

1 

51 
J 
Jf 
11 
>1 
51 

rt 

si 
11 
i) 
*; 
11 
)i 
i> 
*: 
i 
11 
11 

C 6 H"Br 3 tf 
C 6 H 7 BrN 2 

C 6 n"BrN 
C c H 8 BrN 3 
C 6 H 8 -Br 2 N 2 
C 6 H 14 BrN 

CyH.BrN 

C 7 H 4 Br 2 N 3 
C 7 H 3 BrN 2 


241'5 

241-5 
241-5 

251 

229 
cf. 28, 147 

cf. 29, 212 

+3H 2 O 

abt. 225 


78-833 
79-5 
79 
79 
79-4 
79-5 
80 
80'4 
84 
89-90' 
108 
90 

90 
190 

Liquid 
Liquid 
16 

16 
16 
18-18-5 
a, 30 
31 
31 
31-31-S 

50 
57 
61 
61 -871 
61-62 
61-62 

61-8 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63 
63-64 
63-5 
63-64 
64 
64-5 
65 
66-4 
d. 250 

63 
68 

187 
141-142 u.c. 
38 
182 

38 

239 

124 


Mills 
Griess 
Tiemann and Piest 
Wurster 
Korner 
Remmers 
Spiegel berg 
Korner 
Limpricht 
Fittig and Bucliner 
Ladenburg 
Bell 


Gattermann 

Griess 
Petersen 
Wurster and Gru- 
beumann 
Wurater & Notling 
Wurster 
Fittig and Mager 
Korner 
Hiibner & Alsberg 
Petersen 
Fittig and Mager 

Hofmann 
Griess 
Gabriel 
Mills 
Richter 
Klinger 

Mills 
Fittig and Mager 
Anschiitz & Schultz 
Notling & Scholler 
Fittig and Biichner 
Calm and Heumann 
Baltzer 
Keramers 
Weith and Landolt 
Petersen 

Gabriel 
Korner 

Remmers 
Hiibner & Retschy 
Ramsay 
Bayer 
Wallach 
Ladenburg & Roth 

Engler 

Fischer and Tafel 
Fischer and Tafel 


P. R. [1881], 205 
A., 121, 267 
B., 15, 2032 
B., 6, 1491 
G. I, 4, 305 
B., 7, 348 
A., 197, 257 
G. I., 4, 305 
B., 10, 1541 
A., 188, 23 
B,, 15, 1030 
B., 10, 1863 

B., 11, 1812 
B., 16, 635 

[2], 5, 857 
B., 6, 368 
B., 7, 418 

B., 7, 905 
A., 173, 145 
B., 8, 364 
G. I., 4, 305 
Z. C, [2], 6, 639 
B., 6, 368 
B., 7, 1179 



A., 53, 42 
P. T. [1864], 713 
B., 12, 1638 
P. R. [1881], 205 
B., 4, 460 
A., 184, 261 ; B., 
8,311 
P. M. [4], 49, 21 
B., 7, 1175 
B., 9, 1399 
B., 8, 819 
A., 188, 23 
B., 13. 1182 
B., 14, 1902 
B., 7, 347 
B., 8, 716 
B., 6, 368 

B., 11, 2261 
G. I., 4, 387 
A., 210, 99 

C 

B., 7, 347 
B., 6, 796, 797 
P. M. [5], 2, 271 
B., 4, 178 
B., 16, 537 
B., 18, 49 

B., 4, 708 

A., 227, 303 
A., 227, 303 


iv., 436 

27, 369 
29, 212 
27, 696 
38, 799 
29, 218 
34, 221 
34, 50 

36, 526 

44, 796 

vi., 921 
26, 1133 
27, 691 

27, 1163 
28, 757 

29, 232 
vii., 143 
26, 1133 
vii., 944 ; 28, 
147 
iv., 435 
vi., 921 
38, 41 

24, 687 
31, 710 ; 28, 
1025 
28, 648 
vii., 904, 944 

29, 928 
34,50 
38, 880 

28, 1194 
26, 1133 
vii., 143 
36, 324 
vii., 904 

27, 696 
26, 1147 
36, 263 

48, 557 
24, 924 
48, 541 
48, 541 






., 






>y ? * 

= * 

'= ' 

Me combined with N 

CBr : CBr.CBr : CBrNEt 

i J 






Dibrommethylpyridine 
Tetrabrommethylpyrrol 


Tribromaniline hydrobrom- 
ide 
Bromaniline 


n 
(NH 2 .Br 3 =1.3.5)+HBr 

NH 2 .Br = 1.3 

1) 1 
)) 1) 

J) 
1 11 
> 1* 

NH s .Br=l,2 

!>' 
l ' 
!) II 1 

NH 2 .Br =1.4 


)> 

) 

n 
)> ) 

)') >> 
' 
>' 
i) n 
>^ n 

!< 
)t 
1> 
I )1 
JJ >* 
)>' H 

if i* 
*) 

NHj.NH 2 .Br =1.2.4 

*j 
C 6 H 7 N.HBr. 

fr,C 3 H 2 MeN.NEt 

C 6 H 4 Br.CN =L3 
C 6 H 3 Br.CBr.NHN 

L | 












11 "*' " " 


,, 




































j) .... ... .... 

Methyldibrompytidylium 
bromide 
Bromdiamidobeiizene 
,, 
Picoline hydrobromide 
Bromcyanmethine 
Dibromoxalethyline .... 
a-Methylpiperidine hydro 
broinide 
Brombenzonitril .... ,.,. 

Dibromindazole 
Bromindazole... 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



421 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetrabromtoluidine .... 


Me.NH 2 .Br, =1.3.2.4.5.6 


C ; H 3 Br 4 N 




223-224 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 975 


37, 449 


* 


=1.4.2.3.5.6 


11 




226-227 


J 


B., 14, 418 


39, 86 


Tribromtoluidine .... . ; ...; 


Me.NH 2 .Br 3 = ? 


C 7 H a Br 3 N 




72 


Sch offer 


A., 174, 366 


28, 370, 463 


11 .... 


11 n 


11 


.... 


82 


si 


A., 174, 362 


28, 370 


11 


=1.4.2.3.5 


,, 




82-o-SS 


Neville & Whither 


B., 14, 418 


39, 86 





=1.3.2.5.6 


ri " 


.... 


93-94 


11 


B., 13, 974 


37, 448 ; 39, 8li 


11- 


=1.3.(?) :l 


11 


95 ; a.s. 101 


.... 


Limpricht 


B., 7, 450 


27, 901 


.... 


11 11 


11 


95; a.s. 101 


.... 


Lorenz 


A., 172, 177 


28, 81 


,, .... 


=1.3.4.5.6 


,, 




96-96'S 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 974 


37, 447 ; 39, 8(i 





=1.3.2.4.6 


i 


.... 


97 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, -2\0, 


vii., 1177 ; 24, 














271 ; A., 168, 19f 


1062; 27, .54 


11 .... 


!) 11 


11 


.... 


100-101-6 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 975 


37, 440 ; 39, 86 


11 


= 1.8.0), 


11 


.... 


105-106 


Gerver 


A., 169, 379 


27, 167 


,, .... 


ji i 


>! 




112 


Limpricht 


B., 6, 1009 


27,73 





)! J) 


!> 




112 


Gerver 


A., 169, 378 


27, 167 


11 .... .... 


=1.4.2.3.? 


1) 




113 


.... 


A., 173, 217 




.... 


=1.4.2.3.6 


11 




118-11S-6 


Neville & Winther 


B., 14, 418 


39, 86 


Beuzonitril dihydrobromide 


C 6 H s .CN + 2HBr. 


C 7 H 7 Br,N 




70 


Engler 


A., 149, 307 


vi., 525 


Dibromtoluidine 


Me.NH 2 .Br 3 =1.3.2.6 


1 


.... 


33-35 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 971 


37, 440 ; 39, 8(i 


.... 


=1.2.3.5 


)1 


.... 


43-44 


11 




37, 630 








1) 


cf. 39, 86 


45-46 


11 


B., 13, 966 


37, 436, 627 


n 


V 11 


11 


.... 


46-47 


it 


B., 14, 419 


37, 630 





)' 


11 




50 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 210 ; vii., 1177 ; 24, 














A., 168, 187 


564 ; 27, 54 





" 11 


11 ' 




50 


Mohlau & Oemiclien 


J. p., 24, 478 


42, 395 


11 * 


=1.(2 or 4).5.6 


11 




52-53 


Neville & Winther 




37, 435 ; 39, 8(i 


,, .... v .... 


=1.3.4.5 


11 


cf. 39, 86 


58-59 


11 


B., 13, 975 


37, 447 


11 " 


=1.3.2.5 


11 


cf. 39, 86 


72-5-73-1 


11 


B., 13, 974 


37, 448 


11 


=1.4.3.5 


)1 


.... 


73 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 460 


vi., 1104 





51 11 


11 


.... 


73 


11 


A., 168, 189; 173, 


vii., 1165 














216 




1) 


11 1> 


)1 


cf. 39, 86 


73 


Neville & Winther 


.... 


37, 436, 632 


11 ...* .... 


)! 11 


11 


.... 


76 


Wroblewsky 




37, 436 


,, 


1 1 


11 




73 


Mazzara 


G. 1^ 10, 370 


38, 879 


D .... .... 


51 11 


)) 


.... 


74 


Limpricht 


B., 7, 719 


27, 991 


>1 


=1.3.4.6 


>1 


cf. 39, 86 


~4'6'-75'5 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 971 


37, 440, 443 


,j .... .... 


=1.3.5.6 


1 





83 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 135 


24, 564 


1> 


!! 


11 


.... 


83 


11 


Z. C. [2], 6, 239 


vii., 1165, 1177 


11 " 


11 11 


1 


.... 


83-85 Neville & Whither 


.... 


37, 434 


11 


11 11 


Jl 


cf. 39, 86 


86-4 


11 


B., 13, 964 


11 


D .... .... 


=1.4.2.5 


)1 


.... 


83 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 186 


27, 53 


j, .... .... 


11 ! 


H 




84-85 


Neville & Winther 


.... 


37, 451 


,, .... 


11 J) 


11 


cf. 39, 86 


84-6-85 


11 


B., 13, 963 


37, 445 





= 1.4.2.6 


11 


cf. 39, 86 


87-88 


11 


B., 13, 962 


37, 446 


11 .... .. . 


= 1.2.4.5(?) 


.... 


92-5 


Wroblewsky 


A.,168,184;Z.C. 


24, 1062; 27, 












[2], 6, 239; 7, 


54; vii., 1165 














271 


1177 


11 .... .... 


11 


11 




95 


i 


11 


11 


)) 


11 11 


ji 


cf. 39, 86 


97-98 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 970 


37, 451 


Brombenzylamine 


C ll H 4 Br(CH, ! .NH. ! )=1.2 


C-H 8 BiN 


.... 


Liquid 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1219 


38, 879 


i 


=1.4 


11 




Liquid 


Jackson & Lowery 


A. C. J., 3, 247 


42, 170 


Brommethylaniline 


C 6 H 4 Br.NHMe=1.4 


11 


259-260 


Liquid 


Wiirster & Scheibe 


B., 12, 1817 


38, 107 


Bromtoluidine 


Me.NH 2 .Br=1.2.3 


) 


.... 


Liquid 


Hiibner atid Roos 


B., 6, 801 




11 


.. 0) 


11 


253-257 


Liquid 


Hiibner & Wallach 


Z. 0-12], 5, 22, 530 


vi., 1103 


51 .... 


11 11 


11 


240 


Liquid 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 606 


25, 698 


11 .... .... 


:> 


11 


cf. 39, 86 


Liquid 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 1945 


37, 630 


11 


=1.3.2 


Jl 


240 


Liquid 


Wroblewsky 


Z.C.[2],7,135,60() 


25, 698; vii., 








1 








1177 


.-, 


= 1.4.6 


11 


.... 


25-3S 


Neville & Winther 


B., 14, 418 


39, 86 





= 1.4.5 


Jl 


cf. 39, 86 


Liquid 


11 


| 37, 438, 630 





11 11 


11 


220 


.... 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 5, 276 


vi., 1104 



422 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bromtoluidine 


Me.NH 2 .Br 1.4.5 


C 7 H 8 BrN 


240 


8. 8 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 154 


27, 51 


.... .. 


> 


1 




26 


Claus & Steinberg 


B., 16, 914 




i 


=1.2.4 


Jl 


.... 


a. 2 


Wroblewsby and 


Z. C. [2[, 7, 165 


vi., 1104; vii., 












Kurbatow 




1167, 1176 


)> .... .. 


)> 







s. 2 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 177 


27, 53, 165 





) 1' 


Ti 




30 


Heynemann 


A., 158, 340 ; 


24, 681 ; vii., 














Z. C. [2], 6, 402 


1167, 1176 


( .... .. 





? 


cf. 39, 86 


30-31 


Neville & Winther 


37, 442 




> " 


') . 


) 




32 


Hiibuer and Eoos 


B., 6, 799 


27, 165 


> .... .. 


=1.3.5 


,, 


255-260 


Liquid 20 


Wroblewsky 


B., 8, 573 ; A., 


28, 886 ; 34, 


. 












192, 196 


977 


yl .... .. 


)) 11 


)> 


.... 


34-5-37 


Neville & Winther 


37, 433 




T) 


> > 


)) 




35-35-2 


n 







)) .... .. 


> 





.... 


35-37 


i) 


37,449 




) ... .. 


> )) 


1) 


cf. 39, 80 


85-6-36 


u 


B., 13, 964 


37, 433 


) 


T 


1) 


.... 


36-6 


yj 


37, 433 




> 


=1.2.5 


)) 




54-57 





37, 630 




J> 


1) I> 


)) 


cf. 39, 86 


55-56 





37, 431, 631 













240 d. 


57 


Wroblewsky 


Z. C. [2], 7, 135 


24, 564 ; 27, 














A., 168, 163, 173 


51; vii., 1177 


.... ... 


) ) 


)) 


.... 


56 


Grete 


A., 177, 249 


29, 73 


) " ... 





J 


.... 


57-5-58 





B., 8, 567 


28, 888 


> ** ... 


=1.3.4 





cf. 39, 86 


30-6-32 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 972 


37, 442 


,, 





) 


.... 


67 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 177 


27, 53 


5) 





)) 


.... 


67 


Wroblewsky and 


Z. C. [2], 6, 165 , 


vi., 1104 ; vii., 












Kurbatow 


J. [1875], 627 


1167,1176 


... 


II >! 





.... 


75 


Hiibner and Boos 


B,, 6, 800 


27, 166 


>, 


=1.3.6 


) 


240 


.... 


Wroblewsky 


A., 168, 173 


27,53 


)> 





)> 


.... 


76-77 


Neville & Winther 


37, 440 




)) 


> 


)) 




76-78-5 





37, 431 




>t ... 


J 


JJ 




77-78 


,i 







"> ... 


)) ) 


)) 




78-79 


i 


B., 13, 963, 969 


39, 86 





> 


I) 




78-4-78-8 


M 


M 





Diamidobromtoluene 


Me.Br.(NH 2 ) 2 =1.4.2.3 


C 7 H 9 BrN 2 




59 


Hiibner & Schiipp- 


B., 17, 776 


46, 1143 












haus 









=U.2.4 


)) 




104 


Buhemann 


B., 14, 2659 


42,392 





=1.5.2.4 







107 


Grete 


A., 177,262; B., 


28, 888 ; 29, 














8,567 


73 


Tribromglyoxalisoamyline ... 




C 7 H 9 Br 3 N 2 


.... 


216-217 


Kadziszewski and 


B., 17, 1293 


46, 986 












Szul 






Luticline hydrobromide 


C 7 H 9 N+HBr 


C r H 10 BrN 




d. 230 


Ladenburg & Roth 


B., 18, 1592 




Dibromglyoxalisoamyline .... 


.... 


C 7 H 10 Br 2 N 2 


.... 


157-158 


Badziszewski and 


B., 17, 1293 


46, 986 












Szul 






Glyoxalisoamyline hydro- 


C 7 H 12 N 3 +HBr 


C 7 H 13 BrN 2 




100 


H 


B., 17, 1292 


46, 985 


bromide 
















Bromdiazobenzene cyanide.... 


C 6 H 4 Br.N 2 .CN+HCN=1.4 


C 8 H 5 BrN 4 




127-5 


Gabriel 


B,, 12, 1638 


38,41 


Phenylbromacetic nitril 


Ph.CHBr.CN 


C 8 H 6 BrN 


d. 150 


Liquid 


Beimer 


B., 14, 1798 




Brom-a-toluic nitril 


C 6 H 4 Br.(CH 2 .CN)=1.2 





.... 


Liquid 


Jackson 


A. C. J., 2, 316 




j) j 


=1.4 


H 


.... 


46 


Jackson and Lowry 


B., 10, 1210 


34,64 


D 


'1 )5 






47 


H 


A. C. J., 3, 246 




Ethenylbromodiamidoben- 
zeiie 


6 H 3 Br.NH.CH 2 .CH : N 


C^BrNj 




206 


Bemmers 


B., 7, 348 


27, 696 




=11.2 














Bromformanhydroisodi- 


C 6 H 2 MeBr.N : CH.NH 


}) 


.... 


187 


Hiibner & Schiipp- 


B., 17, 777 


46, 1143 


amidotoluene 


i i 








haus 










=1.4.2.3 or 1.4.3.2 














Phenylbromacetimid bro- 


Ph.CHBr.CBr.'NH 


C 8 H 7 Br 2 N 


... 


200 d. 


Reimer 


B., 14, 1797 


42, 169 


mide 
















Dibroiuiiaphthylamine 


NH 2 .Br 2 =a,/3 s ; a 


I) 




101-102 


yieldola 


47, 514 




jj 


=ao3, ; /5 


)1 




105 


D 


47, 511 




Bronidimethylaniiine 


C 6 H Br.NMe 2 =1.3 


C 3 H 10 BrN 


259 c. 


11 


Wiirster & Scheibe 


B., 12, 1818 


38, 108 


> 


=1.4 





.... 


55 


Weber 


B., 8, 715 


28, 1200 


)i ..-. 


>i 


); 




55 


31aus and Howitz 


B., 17, 1326 


46, 1000 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



423 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Bromdimethylaniline 


C 6 H 4 Br.NMe 2 =1.4 


C 8 H 10 BrN 


SfT (722) 


55 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 763 


32, 603 


i 





) 


264 c. 


55 


Wiirster and Beran 


B., 12, 1820 


38, 108 


Bromxylidine 


Me 2 .NH 2 .Br=1.3.4.5 







96-97 


Genz 


B., 3, 225 


vii., 1210 


Fr. dimethyl-p-diamidoben- 


.... 


C s H u BrN 2 




146 


Wiirster and 


B., 12, 1803, 2071 


88, 110 


zene 










Sendtners 






Bronicyanmethethiue 


.... 


C 3 H 12 BrN 3 




155 d. 


Eiess and Meyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 112 


48, 646 


Hydro-a-isopropylpyridine 


.... 


C 8 H M BrN 




230-233 


Ladenburg 


B., 18, 1589 


48, 992 


+HBr 
















a-isopropylpiperidine + HBr 


.... 


C 8 H 19 BrN 




216 


s 


B., 17, 1679 


46, 1386 


Coniine+HBr 


C 8 H 16 BrN(?) 


,, (?) 




207 











Copellidine+HBr 


.... 







165 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 923 


48, 817 


Tetrethylammonium tri- 


NEt 4 .Br s 


C 8 H 20 Br 3 N 




78 


Marquart 


J. p. [2], 1, 429 


vii., 485 


bromide 
















Hexabromquinoline 


.... 


C 9 HBr,N 




88-89 


Weidel 


A., 173, 95 


28, 88 


Tetrabromquinoline 


.... 


C 9 H 3 Br 4 N 




119 u.c. 


Clauss and Istel 


B., 15, 820 


42, 1110 


Tribromquinoline 


.... 


C 9 H 4 Br 3 N 




173-175 


Lubavin 


Z. C. [2], 5, 690 


vi., 430 ; vii., 














A., 155, 318 


307 


.... 


.... 


)) 




173-175 


Hoffmann & Konigs 


B., 16, 737 




Dibromquinoline 


N.Br s =l ; 1.3 


C 9 H 6 Br 2 N 




100-101 


Coste 


B., 15, 559 


42,978 





=1 ; 1.4 







124-126 


)> 


B., 14, 917 ; 15, 


40, 742 ; 42, 














559 


978 


,, .... 





ii 


.... 


127-128 


Metzger 


B., 17, 188 


46, 757 


Bromquinoline 


N.Br=? 


C 9 H 6 BrN 


270 




Coste 


B., 14, 916 


40, 741 





=1 ; 3 


11 


276-278 


.... 


)> 


B., 15, 558 


42, 978 


Amidobromquinoline 


)i > 


C 9 H r BrN 2 




164 


i 


B., 15, 1920 


44,91 


Propenyltribromphenylene 


C 6 HBr 3 .NH.CEt:N=(?) 3 .1.2 


C 9 H 7 Br 3 N 2 




257-262 


Smith 


A. C. J., 6, 172 


48, 525 


diamine 


i i 
















Quinoliue tetrabromide 


.... 


C 9 H 7 Br 4 N(?) 


cf. B. S., 38, 


88 


Grimaux 


C. E., 95, 85 










124 










Propenyldibromphenylene 


C 6 H 2 Br 2 .NH.CEt:N=(?) 2 .1.2 


C 9 H Br 2 N 2 




224-226 


Smith 


A. C. J., 6, 172 


48, 524 


diamine 
















Quiuoline dibromide+HBr 




C 9 H 9 Br 3 N 


cf. B. S., 38, 


86 




C. E., 95, 85 


42, 1215 








124 










Dibromtetrahydroquinoline 




C 9 H 9 Br 2 N 




05-66 


Clans and Istel 


B., 15, 823 


42, 1110 


Bromtetrahydroquinoline 


.... 


C 9 H n Br 2 N 




192 d. 


Hoffmann and 


B., 16, 737 


44, 1145 


+ HBr 










Konigs 






Ethylmethylbromaniline 


C 6 H 4 Br.NMeEt=1.4(?) 


C 9 H 12 BrN 


265 


s. b. 


Clans and Howitz 


B., 17, 1327 


46, 1006 


Dimethylbromtoluidine 


Me.NMe 2 .Br=1.2.? 


) 


244 


Liquid 


Michler & Sampais 


B., 14, 2173 


42, 177 





=1.3.? 


) 


276 


08 


Wiirster & Kiedel 


B., 12,1801, 1825 


38, 109 


Tribromcyanethine .... 


.... 


C 9 H 12 Br 3 N 3 




126 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 236 


Propylphenylamine+HBr .... 


C 6 H 4 .Pr.(NH 2 .HBr)=1.4 


C 9 H 14 BrN 




213 


Francksen 


B., 17, 1222 


46, 1008 


Bromcyanethine 




C 9 H 14 BrN 3 




152-153 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 26, 339 


44, 353 


j) .... 




) 




153 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 235 


Methylcopellidine-fHBr .... 


C 8 H 16 MeN+HBr 


C 9 H 20 BrN 




151 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 926 


48, 817 


Dibromnaphthylamine 


NH 2 .Br 2 =a 1 o 2 3 1 ; 


C 10 H 7 B r2 N 




118-119 


Meldola 


B.,12, 1961 


38, 260 ; 43, 4 


.... 


=ft 







121 


Laws on 


B., 18, 2424 


48, 1239 


Bromnaphthylamine 


NH 2 .Br=a.^, ; 


C 10 H 8 BrN 




62 


Meldola 


47, 510 







,> =0ii ; 


M 




63 


j 


43, 5 


47, 523 


j) ... 


D 


)i 




63 


Cosiner 


B., 14, 59 


40, 606 


,, 


=a 1 ; 0! or /3 2 


ft 


.... 


63-64 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 843 


,5 


=i"2 ; 


) 




71-5 


Meldola 


47, 509 




,, .... 


=3^, ; 


tt 




71-5 


j 


47, 523 




... 


= 


i 




85 


Guareschi 


A., 222, 262 


46, 843 


)> 


=i" 2 ; 


) 




94 


Rother 


B., 4, 850 




n 


J 


)j 


1 


94 


Meldola 


43, 5 


47, 523 


Broniacetamidobenzyl- 


NHAc.Br.(CH 2 .CN)=l.?.4 


C 10 H 9 BrN 2 




127-129 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 840 


42, 1070 


cyanide 
















Bromam idoacenaphthal ide .... 


(NH 2 ) 2 .Br=a 1 a 2 1 ; 


) 




222 


Meldola 


47, 501 




Quinoline dibromide metho- 


CaNHjEr^MeBr 


C w H w Br I N 





123 


Ostermeyer 


C.C. [1884], 970; 


48, 672 


bromide 












B., 18, 594 




Pyridine dibromide hydro- 


(C 6 H 5 Br 2 N) 2 .HBr 


C 10 H ll Br 6 N 2 




125-12(5 


Grimaux 


C. R., 95, 85 


42, 1216 


bromide 

















-124 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethylbromaniline .... 


C 6 H 4 Br.NEt 2 =1.4(?) 


C 10 H 14 BrN 


270 


33 


Glaus and Howitz 


B., 17, 1324 


46, 1006 


Brom-a-naphthoic nitril 


.... 


C n H 6 BrN 




147 


Hausamann 


B., 9, 1516 


31, 318 


-ft- 


.... 


JJ 


.... 


148-149 





B., 9, 1517 





Quinoline ethobromide 


C 9 H 7 N.EtBr+H 8 


G,,H 12 BrN 




80 


Glaus and Tosse 


B., 16, 1277 


44, 1009 


Decabromdiphenylamine 


NH(C 6 Br 6 ) 2 (?) 


C 12 HBr 10 N 




a. 310 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1512 


31, 301 


Octobromdiphenylamine 




C 12 H 3 Br 8 N 




302-30o 








31, 302 


Hexabromdiplienylamiue ... 


.... 


C 12 H 3 Br 6 N 




218 


Gnehm 


B., 8, 926 


29,83 


Hexabromdiazoamidoben- 


C 6 H.,Br 3 . Nj. NH.l'sH.Br., 


C 12 H 6 Br 6 N 3 


.... 


158 d. 


Silberstein 


J. p. [2], 27, 120 


44, 661 


zene 


=1.3.0.6; 6.5.3.1 














Tetrabromazobenzene 




C 12 H,Br 4 N 2 




320 


Werigo 


A., 165, 200 


26,385;vii.,148 


Azimido-dibromdiphenyl ... 




C 12 H 7 Br 2 N 3 




206 


Schultz 


B., 17. 466 


46, 903 


Tetrabromdiphenylamine .... 


NH(C 6 H 3 B, 2 ) i 


C, 2 H 7 Br 4 N 


cf. A., 132,166 


182 


Gnehm 


B., 8, 925 


29, 83 


Diazoamidodibrombenzene .... 


.... 


C 12 H 7 Br 4 N 3 




167-5 


Griess 


A., 121, 273 


iv., 460 


Bromcarbazole 


.... 


G 12 H 8 BrN 




199 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I., 12, 272 


42, 1104 


Dibromazobenzene 


C 6 H 4 Br.N 2 .C 6 H 4 Br=(1.3) 2 


C 12 H 8 Br 2 N 2 




125-5 


Gabriel 


B., 9, 1407 


31, 307 





= (1.4), 







205 


Schultz 


B., 17,465 


iv.,412;vi.,270 





> 


., 


of. A., 135,179 


205 


Werigo 


A., 165, 199 


26, 384; vil, 148 





> 1) 






205 


Calm & Heumann 


B., 13, 1182 


38, 880 


Phenauthroline dibromide .... 




tl 




149 


Skraup & Vortmann 


M. C., 3, 582 


44,87 


Tribromdiazoamidobenzene 


C 6 H 2 Br 3 .N 2 .NHPh=1.3.r>.6 


C 12 H 3 Br 3 N :i 




104 


Silberstein 


J. p. [2], 27, 121 


44, 661 


Tetrabrbmbenzidine 




G 12 H 8 Br 4 N 2 




284-286 


Glaus and Risler 


B., 14, 86 


40, 605 


Phenanthroline octobromide 


CHBr.(CHBr) 1 ,.N : G.C ; 


C,.H.Br s N, 




176-178 


Skraup & Vortmann 


M. C., 3, 570 


44,87 




! 1 
















(~1 "VT * f ~*TTR. /f^"TTTJ*.\ /"" * 
V^.-L1 . \-^il -Dr.! ^>iiJ5r )g.V^ . 

















1 
















CHBr.CHBr 














Ethenylbrom-u-|8-naplitha- 


C 10 H 5 Br.NH.CMe:N 


C 12 H 9 BrN 3 




202 


Meldola 


47, 505 




lene diamiue 


i j 
















Bromethenyl naphthalene 


CNH.CMe : N?C.CH : 






229 


Prager 


B., 18, 2160 


48, 1239 


diamine 


i i 


















i 
















CBr.C B H 4 














Phenanthroline hydrobro- 


>... 


); 


.... 


278-280 


Skraup & Vortmann 


M. C., 370 


44,87 


mide 
















Dibromdiphenyilamine 


NH(C 6 H 4 Br) i! 


C 12 H 9 Br 2 N 




107 


Lellmami 


B., 15, 830 


42, 1060 


Dibromaniidoazobenzene 




C I2 H 9 Br 2 N 3 




145 


Griess 


A., 121, 269 


iv., 460 


!, 


..,, 




cf. B.,17, 1403 


152 


Berju 


C. C. [1884], 871 


46, 11 48; 48, 660 


Dibromhydrazobenzene 


C 6 H 4 Br.(NH) 2 .C 6 H 4 Br 


C 12 H 10 Br 2 N 2 




107-109 


Gabriel 


B., 9, 1406 


31, 307 




=(1.3), 














V 


=(1,4)5 





. .. 


ISO 


Werigo 


A., 165, 192 


26, 384; vil., 148 








jj 




130 


Calm & Heumann 


B., 13, 1182 


38, 880 


Dibromdiamidodiphenyl 








89 


Fittig 


A., 132, 207 


iv., 411 


,, 


(.C 6 H 3 Br.NH 2 ) 2 =(?.1.4), 


M 




108 c. 


Schultz 


B., 17, 466 


46, 903 


>, 


=(U.3) 2 






151-5-152 


Gabriel 


B., 9, 1407 


31, 307 


Benzenylbromphenylene ami- 


C 6 H 3 Br.N : CPh.N 


C 13 H 9 BrN 2 




200 


Johnson 


B., 10, 1710 






1 i 














ume 
Tctrabrommethyldiphenyl- 


NMe(C 6 H 3 Br 2 )_, 


C 13 H 9 Br 4 N 




129 


Gnehm 


B., 8, 926 


29,83 


amine 
















Tribrommethyldiphenyl- 


C 6 H 3 Br 2 .NMe.C 6 H 4 Br 


C 13 H 10 Br 3 N 




98 











amine 
















Oxaldipropylisoamyline bro- 


(XH.|Pi*N^Pf"Br 


C 13 H 23 BrN, 




162-163 


Radziszewski and 


B., 17, 1295 


46, 986 


mide 










Szul 






Pheuyldibromanilidoacetic 


C 6 H 3 Br,(NH.CHPh.CN) 


G 14 H 10 Br 2 N.. 




92 


Tiemann and Piest B., 15, 2032 


44, 198 


nitril 


=1.3.4 














Benzylidene dibronitoluidine 




C 14 H u Br 2 N 




160-165 d. 




J. [1880], 566 




Tetrabroin-p-ditolylamine 


(Me.C 6 H 2 Br 2 ) 2 NH 


C 14 H n Br 4 N 




162 


Lehue 


B., 13, 1545 


40, 41 


Diniethamidoazotribromben- 


C,H s Br,.N s .C,H 4 .NMe s 


C 14 H 12 Br 3 N : , 


..'. 


161 


Silberstein 


J. p. [2], 27, 124 


44, 662 


zene 


= 1.3.5.6; 1.? 














Bromazotoluene 


Me.C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 Br.Me 


C H BrN 




136 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 557 


26, 1027 


Dibromdibenzylamine 


(C 6 H 4 Br.CH 2 ) 2 NH=(1.2) 2 


C H H M Br,N 




36 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1219 


38, 879 


" 


=(1.4), 





cf.A.,151,: 70 50 


Jackson & Lowery A. C. J., 3, 247 42, 171 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING} FOUR ELEMENTS. 



425 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Uibenzylamine hydrobromide 


(C 6 H 5 .CH 2 ) 3 NH+HBr 


C 14 H 16 BrN 




266 


Limpricht 


A., 144, 304 


vi., 337 


Quinoline amylbroniide 


C 9 H 7 N.C 5 H n Br 


C 14 H 19 BrN 


.... 


140 


Claus and Tosse 


B., 16, 1278 


44, 1009 


j> i> 


11 


)) 


+.rH 2 O 


87 








* 


? 


.... 


C 14 H 18 Br 2 N : 




57-5 


Werigo 


Z. C. [1865], 631 


vi., 285 


Picoline ethylene dibromide 


(C 6 H 7 N) 3 .C 2 H 4 Br 2 


) 




27,6 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 2, 279 


36, 263 


/3-Lutidine dibromide + HBr 


(C 7 H 9 NBr 2 ) 2 +HBr (?) 


C 14 H 19 Br 5 N 2 




64 


Grimaux 


C. K., 95, 85 


42, 1216 


Bromphenylquinolinamine .... 


N.(NH.C 6 H 4 Br)=1.2 ; (1.4) 


C 16 H n BrN 2 




146 


Friedlander and 


B., 18, 1533 


48, 990 












Weinberg 






Phenylhydrazine f Bromcin- 


Ph.CBr:C 2 H 2 :N 2 HPh 


C 15 H 13 BrN 2 


.... 


129-130 


Zincke and Hagen 


B., 17, 1815 


46, 1344 


namaldehyde 
















Tetrabrom-/3-naphthyl- 


fr. C 10 H 7 .NHPh 


C^H^r^N 


cf. A., 209, 15! 


19.8 


Streiff 


B., 13, 1853 


40, 177 


phenylamine 
















Tribrom-a-naphthylpheny.l- 


. J) 


C 16 H 10 Br 3 N 


cf. A., 209, 155 


137 


u 


B., 13, 1852 


40, 176 


amine 
















Dibrom-/3-naphthylpl'enyl- 


i) 


C 16 H u Br 3 N 


cf.A.,209,15f 


140 


n 


B., 13, 1853 


40, 177 


amine 
















Methyldiphenylbrompyr- 


C 3 N 2 BrMePh 2 


C 16 H 13 BrN 3 


.... 


75 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 18, 316 


48, 556 


azene 
















Brombenzylquinoline dibro- 


C,H 7 N.C 7 H 7 Br.Br s 


C 16 H 14 Br 3 N 




100 u. c. 


Glaus 


B., 18, 1306 


48, 908 


raide 
















Dixylylamine Ijydrobromide 


(Me.C 6 H 4 .CH 3 ) s NH+HBr 


C 16 H 20 BrN 


.... | 


195-19,6 


Pieper 


A., 151, 129 


vi., 1133 


Tetrabrpnxtolyjnaphthyl- 


fr. C 10 H..NH.C 6 H 4 Me 


C 17 H n Br 4 N 




168-169 


i Friedlander 


B., 16, 2080 


46, 80 


amine 


=; 1-4 














? 


C 9 H 6 N.CHBr.CHBr.Ph 


C 17 H 13 Br 3 N 




173-174 


Wallach & Wiisten 


B., 16, 2009 


44, 1097 


Dibromdiquinoline 


(C 9 NH 6 Br) 2 =a 1 ; /3 2 -a, ; a, 


C 18 H )0 Br 2 N., 




n.f. 280 


Fischer 


M. C., 6, 546 


48, 1247 


Bromdiquinoline 




C 18 H n Br^ 2 


.... 


150-155 


Ostermeyer and 


B., 17, 2149 


48, 174 












Henrichsen 






Dibromtetramfthyldiamido- 


Me 2 N.MeBrC 6 H 2 .C 6 H 2 BrMe. 


C 18 H 33 Br 2 N 3 




,117 


Michler and Sam- 


B., 14, 2173 


48, 177 


ditolyl 


NM ej =1.2.('0 2 ;(?) 2 .2.1 








paio 






Methylphenam,idoazotri- 


G 6 H 2 Br,.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NMePh 


C 19 H 14 Br 3 N 




.I? 8 


Silberstein 


J. p. [2], 27, 98 


44, 662 


brombenzene 


=1.3.5.6 ; 1.? 














Pentabromazonaphthalene .... 


.... 


C 20 H 9 Br 5 N 2 




a. 320 


Klobukowski 


B., 10, 576 


32, 623 


Tribromtribenzylamine 


(C 6 H 4 Br.CH 2 ) 3 N=(1.4) 3 


C 3l H 18 Br 3 N 




78-79 


Jackson & Lowery 


B., 10, 1211 


34,65 


) .... 


i 


J 


cryst. fr. ethei 


76^78 


) 


A. C. J., 3, 247 


42, 171 


. 


>i 


n 


cryst. fr. pe- 


92 


) 





u 








troleum 










,, .... 


.=(1.2), 


. 


.... 


121-5 


Jackson and White 


B., 13, 1219 


38, 879 


Tribrombeiizy lamine + H Br 


=(1.4) 3 


C 21 H 19 Br 4 N 




270 


Jackson & Lowery 


B., 10, 1211 


34, 65 


Brom-deriv. of phenanthroline 




C 24 H l6 Br 3 N 4 




176-178 


Skraup & Vortmanu 


M. C., 3, 581 




n 


.... 


C 24 H 17 Br 3 N 




176-178 


i 


M. C., 3, 581, 583 




5> I) 


C 12 H 8 N s Br 2 +C 12 H s N 2 .HBr 


C 24 H 17 Br 3 N 4 


.... 


178 


5) 


M. C., 3, 370 


44,87 


Tetrabromtetrimidazoan- 


[C 6 H 4 :(C:NH) 2 :C 6 HBr 2 ] 3 :N 2 


C 28 H 14 Br 4 N 6 


.... 


233 


Glaus &Dierufellnei 


B., 14, 1336 


42, 523 


thracene 
















Tetrabromdibenzylene di-p- 


(Ph.CH) 3 (N.C 6 H 2 Br 3 Me) 3 


C^Bir.N, 


.... 


160-165, d. 


Mazzara 


G. I., 10, 370 


38, 879 


tolylamine 
















Diphenyldiisoindolazotri- 


( CH.CPh.N.C 6 H 4 .Nj. 


C 40 H 34 Br 6 N 6 


.... 


149-^50 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2491 


44, 342 


brombenzene 


















C,HjBr 3 ),=L2;. 6.5.3.1 















(11.) CHBrP, CHBrAs, and CHBrSb. 



Phosphenyl dibromide 


Ph.PBr 2 


C 6 H s Br 2 P 


255-257 


Liquid 


Michaelis & Kohler 


B., 9, 519 


30, 4-20 


tetrabromide .... 


Ph.PBr 4 


C 6 H 5 Br 4 P 


.... 


207 


M 


B., 9, 521 


u 


hexabromide .... 


Ph.PBr 6 


C 6 H 6 Br 6 P 


sb. a. 110 


solid 


11 





*> 


Bromethyltriethylphosphon- 


PBrEtj.C,H 3 Brj 


G 8 H l9 Br 2 P 




235 d. 


Hofmann 


As., 1, 154 


iv., 618 


ium bromide 
















Bromethy [dimethyl phenyl- 


PBrMe 3 Ph.C 3 H 4 Br 


C 10 H 16 Br 2 P 




173 


Gleichmann 


B., 15, 199 


42, 958 


phosphonium bromide 




















- ' 










3 I 



426 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylene tetramethyldi- 


C a H 4 (PMe 2 PhBr) 2 


Cj.HJBr.P. 




a, 300 


Gleichmann 


B., 15, 199 


42, 958 


pheiiylphosphonium di- 
















broraide 
















Tetrabromide of above 


C 2 H 4 (PMe !! PhBr). ! .Br 4 


Ci S H 26 Br 6 P 2 




171 





B., 15, 200 





Triphenyl benzylphosphon- 


Ph.CH 2 .PPh 3 Br 


C 25 H S2 BrP 




274 


Michaelis & Soden 


A., 229, 334 


48, 1135 


ium bromide 
















Tetrabenzyl phoaphonium 


(Ph.CH 2 ) 4 PBr 


CjsHjgBrP 




216-217 


Letts and Collie 


T. E., 30, 181 


42, 724 


bromide 
















Ethylene di(triphenylphos- 


C 2 H 4 (PPh 3 Br) 2 


C 38 H 34 Br 3 P 2 




a, 300 


Michaelis & Gleich- 


B., 15, 804 


42, 1062 


phonium bromide) 










mann 






Arsenpheuyl dibromide 


Ph.AsBr 2 


CeHsBrjAs 


285 s.d. 


Liquid 


Michaelis 


A., 201, 203; B., 


32, 452 














10, 625 




Arsendiphenyl bromide 


Ph 2 AsBr 


C 12 H 10 BrAs 


356 in CO, 


Liquid 


Coste and Michaelis 


A., 201, 230 ; B., 


36, 162 














11, 1886 




Stibtriethyl dibromide 


Et 3 SbBr 2 


C 6 Hi 5 Br 2 Sb 


.... 


s. 10 


Lowig & Schweitzer 


J. [1850], 475 


i., 342 


Stibtritolyl 


(C 6 H 4 Me) 3 SbBr 2 =(1.3) 3 


C 51 H 21 Br 2 Sb 




113 


Michaelis and 


B., 17, 925 


46, 1136 












Genzken 






n ** 


=(1.2)3 


) 




178; 210 





)i 


> 


!) 1! 


=(1-4), 


>r 




233-234 





) 










(12 


.) OHIO 










Triiodacetaldehyde (lodal) .... 


CIj-COH 


C S HI 3 O 


25-115 








iii., 280 











110 


.... 


Johnson 


P. M. [3], 2, 415 





Tetriodmethyloxide 


(CHI,)/) 


C 2 H 2 I 4 O 


181-182 


s. 6 


Bruning 


J., 10, 434 






CH 3 .COI 


C 2 H 3 IO 


108 (757) 


cf. A. ,'103. 


Guthrie 


P. M. [4], 14, 184 


i Ti 
















., oo 










335 














104-105 


cf.A.,95, 209 


Cahours 


J. 10, 344 




lodacetic acid 


CH 2 I.COOH 


C 2 H 3 I0 2 




82 


Perkin and Duppa 


P. M. [4], 18, 55 


iii., 279 


Methyl iodide hydrate 


(CH 3 I) 2 ,H 2 


C 2 H 9 I 2 


.... 


4 


Fourcraud 


C. E., 80, 1491 


40, 32 


lodopropargylic acid 


CI : C.COOH 


C 3 HI0 2 


.... 


140 


Baeyer 


B., 18, 2274 


48, 1199 


,, 


J) 


J) 




140 


Homolka and Stolz 


B., 18, 2282 




Triiodacrylic acid 


CL/CLCOOH 


C 3 HI 3 2 




207 


H 


B., 18, 2286 


48, 1198 


3-diiodacrylic acid 


CI S :CH,COOH 


C.HAO. 


.... 


133 


11 


B., 18, 2284 


H 


<i-/3- 


CHI : CI.COOH 


,, 




106 





H 




lodacrylic acid 


CHI : CH.COOH 


C 3 H 3 I0 2 




139-140 


Bandrowsky 


B., 15, 2703 


48, 510 


Diiodacetone . , ... 


CHjI.CO.CHJ 


C 3 H 4 I O 




,>, ... fjo.e 


Viilkov 


Ai ' t ' vi 


^_ 








.... 


DJ. O~Oi O 


V 1 H Kt I 


., 1 ' . OC7 


*5^) iOL 


Propionyl iodide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .COI 


C 3 H 5 IO 


127-128 




Sestini 


B.S. [2], 11, 469 


vi., 963 


lodallyl alcohol 


C 3 H 4 I.OH 





.... 


160 


Hiibner and Lell- 


B., 13, 461 


38, 5.38 












mann 

















160 





B., 14, 208 


40, 242 


Epi-iodhydrin 


O.CH 2 .CH.CH.,I 


.. 


160-180 


Liquid 


Reboul 


As., 1, 227 




Methylic iodacetate 


CHjI.COOMe 


C 3 H S I0 2 


169-171 c. 




Aronstein & Kruin ps 


B., 14, 604 




a-Iodopropionic acid 


CHjCHLCOOH 







Liquid 


Wichelhaus 


A., 163, 1; 144, 


vi., 960 














352 




3- 


CHjI.CHj.COOH 


n 




82 


Beilstein 


A., 120, 231 


iv., 733 


13- 





tt 




82 


Melikoff 


B., 13, 2154 


40, 154 


B- 








.... 


82-6 





B., 13, 906 


38, 800 


'n-Iodolactic acid 


CH 3 .CI(OH).COOH 


C 3 H 5 I0 3 




84-85 


Glinsky 


B., 6, 1257 




8- 


CH 2 I.CH(OH).COOH 







100-101 


Melikoff 


B., 14, 937 


40, 712 


Glycerol diiodhydrin 


C 3 H 5 I 2 .OH 


C 3 H 6 I 2 


d. 70-76 


s. -16 to -20 


aaus 


A., 168, 25 ; B., 


25, 684 ; 26, 














5, 355 


1122 


Diiodopropyl alcohol 


CjH 3 Ij.CH,OH 


,, 


.... 


45 d. 


Hubner and Lell- 


B., 14, 207 


40, 242 












mann 






Propylene gtycol iodhydrin.... 




C 3 H.IO 


106 (60) 




.... 


Z. C. [1870], 424 




lodofumaric acid 


COOH.CH : CI.COOH 


C 4 H.IO 4 




182-184 


Bandrowski 


B. 15, 2697 


44, 313 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



427 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methyl iodopropargyl oxide 


C 3 H 2 I.O.Me 


C 4 H 5 IO 




s. 12 


Liebermann 


A., 135, 288 


vi., 959 


Crotonyl iodide 







131-133 


Liquid 


Lieben and Liesel 


W. A., 82, 960 


40, 711 


Butyryl iodide 


Me.CH 2 .CH 2 .COI 


C 4 H 7 IO 


146-148 




Cahours 


J., 10, 344 


i., 699 


Ethylic iodacetate 


CH 2 I.COOEt 


C 4 H 7 IO 2 


178-180 


cf. A., 112, 


Butlerow 


B., 5, 479 












127 








Methylic /3-iodopropionate .... 


CH 2 I.CH 2 .COOMe 





188 (756) 


Liquid 


Hem-y 


C. E., 100, 114 


48, 372 


a-iodobutyric acid 







.... 


110 


Alberti 


B., 9, 1194 




/3- u 




,, 




Liquid 










lodoisobutyric acid 


CH 2 I.CHMe.COOH 







37 


Fittig 


B., 9, 122 


29, 898 


11 11 


H 







3d 


Engelhorn 


A., 200, 65 


38, 379 








,, 




36 


Fittig 


A., 187, 42 


32, 736 


lodethyl oxide 


CH,I.CH 2 .OEt 


C 4 H 9 IO 


154-156 


Liquid 


Baumstark 


B., 7, 1173 


28, 141 





J) 





154-155 


.... 


Demole 


B., 9, 744, 746 




lodopyromeconic acid 




C 5 H 3 IO 3 


cf. A., 92, 321 


a. 100 


Brown 


P. M. [4], 8, 201 


iv., 761 


Ethylic iodopropargylate .... 


ci ; c.cooEt 


C 5 H 5 I0 2 


.... 


68 


Baeyer 


B., 18, 2274 


48, 1199 


Itaiodopyrotartaric acid 




C 6 H 7 IO 4 


.... 


135 




Z. C. [1866], 722 


vi., 981 


Isovaleric iodide 


CHMej.CHj.COI 


C 6 H 9 IO 


168 


.... 


Cahours 


C. E., 44, 1252 


v., 980 


Propylic iodacetate 


CH 2 I.COOPr 


C 6 H 9 I0 2 


198 (756) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 100, 114 


48, 372 


Ethylic |3-iodopropionate .... 


CHjI.CHj.COOEt 





202 




.... 


A., 216, 128 




11 H ' 








198-200(754) 


Liquid 


Henry 


C. E., 100, 114 


48, 372 








s. d. 










,1 11 





,, 


180-200 




Beilstein 


A., 122, 368 


iv., 736 


11 


ji 





160-170 


.... 




J. p. [21 20, 166 




Hydriodoangelic acid 









46 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 252 


36, 618 


!, 




j. 


.... 


46 


H 


A., 208, 254 


40, 1126 


j3 iodisopropylacetic acid 


Me 2 .CI.CH 2 .COOH 


,, 


.... 


79-80 


Schirokoff 


J. p. [2], 23, 285 


40, 414 


lodovalerianic acid .... 


fr. MeEt.CH.COOH 







86-5 


Berendes 


B., 10, 836 


32, 593 


Hydriodotiglic acid 


MeEtCI.COOH 







86-5 


Schmidt 


A. P. [3], 13, 213 


36, 222 


,1 11 * * 


H 







86-5 


11 


B., 12, 255 


36, 618 


11 u ' 










86-5 





A., 208, 254 


40, 1126 


Diiodoqumone 


C 6 H 2 I 2 :0 2 =?.U.4 


C 6 H 2 I 2 2 




178 


Seifert 


J. p. [2], 28, 437 


46, 431 


Triiodophenol 


OH.I 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 6 H 3 I 3 




150 


Schiitzenberger 


A., 120, 307; 


vi., 909 














131, 232 












156 


Korner 


A., 137 214 


vii., 929 


















Triiodoresorci ii ol 


(OH) 2 .I 3 =1.3.4.6.? 


C 6 H 3 I 3 O 2 


s.b. 190 d. 


145 u. c. 


Michael & Norton 


B., 9, 1752 


31, 464 





=1.3.4.(?) 2 







154 


Claassen 


B., 11, 1443 


34, 868 


Diiodophenol 


OH.I 2 =? 


OHIO 




on 


Schall 


B. 16 1902 








v^g-LJ ^2^-' 




DO 
















abt. 110 


Schiitzenberger and 


C. E., 54, 197 


iv., 394 












Sengenwald 








=1.2.4 






i *\ci 


lilaswitz and 


B. 2 525' W. A. 


vi Qlft 


11 




j) 




LtJ\J 






VX.| ty i\f 












Weselsky 


60, 290 






/r)TT\ T 1 4 K 


C* TT T O 




, , r 


Seifert 


J. p. [21 28, 437 


46, 431 


lodophenol 


OH.I=1.2 


C H IO 




1 23 


Lobanoff 


B., 6, 1251 


27, 260 ; vii., 






^-^gij.^j.'w/ 










907 


11 " 


>i .. 







Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 235 


11 " 


,, 







43 


Nolting and Wrze- 


B., 8, 820 


vii., 929 












sinski 








=1 3 (?) 






q j.j 


ICorner 


G. I. 4 305 


29, 235 


" 


,, i.t.yi/ 







ooim 








11 


.1 


ji 




64-66 


Lobanoff 


B., 6, 1251 


27, 260; vii., 
















907 




=1 4 (1) 




cf. A. 137 213 


o 1-1 


K.orner 


G. I. 4 305 


29 235 


" 


) *-'^'\*J 







ooiid 
















QQ 


Lobanoff 


B. 6 1251 


27, 260 ; vii., 


l} 


)) J 


*> 


.... 


O7 






















907 


lodoresorcinol 


(OH) 2 .I=1.3.? 


C 6 H 6 I0 2 




67 


Stenhouse 


P. E., 22,53; A., 


27, 586 














171,311 




Ethylic a-iodobutyrate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CHI.COOEt 


C 6 H n I0 2 


190-192 d. 


* 


Hell 


B., 6, 30 


26, 495 


Triiodosalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.I 3 =1.2.(?) 3 


C 7 H 3 I 3 O a 




157 d. 


Lautemann 


A., 120, 306 ; 


v., 158 














174, 104 




Diiodosalicylic acid .... 


COOII.OH.I 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 7 H 4 I 2 3 




d.w.m. 193 


Liechti 


As., 7, 141 


vi., 1003 


11 11 


11 11 


tt 




d.w.m. 212 


Lautemann 


A., 120, 304 


v., 158 





u 11 







d. 215 


Birnbaum and 


B., 15, 459 












1 


Eeinherz 







i 



3 i 2 



428 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diiodosalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.I 2 =1.2.(?) 3 


C 7 H 4 I S S 




220-230 d. 


Demole 


B., 7, 1439 




lodobenzaldehyde 


COH.I=1.4 


C 7 H 6 IO 




73 


Jackson and White 


B., 11, 1043 


34, 729 


lodobenzoic acid 


COOH.I=1.2 


C 7 H 5 I0 2 




150-155 


Mabery & Robinson 


A. C. J., 4, 101 


42, 1057 


,, ,, .... 


)> 







152 


Griess 


B., 4, 521 


24, 702 ; v.i., 
















164 





n 







150-157 


Kekule 


B., 7, 1007 


28,64 


,, 


!> 







155-156; '157 


Richter 


B., 4, 553, 554 


24, 824 


,. 


=1.3 


ji ' 




172-5 


Kbrner 


Z. C. [2], 4, 327 


24,825; vi.,313 





., 


" 




185 


Griess 


B., 4, 522 


24, 702; vii., 
















164 








- 




186 


Birnbaum and 


B., 15, 458 


42,970 












Reinherz- 






t >T " 


i.' i ' 







187- 


Ounze and Hiibner 


A., 135, 108 ; 


vi., 313 














136, 201 




,, 


=1.4 


" 




u.i. 250 


Korner 


Z. C. [2], 4, 327 


vi., 313 ; vii., 
















164 


,. 


i. > 





.... 


250-251- 


Glassner 1 


B., 8, 562 


28, 888 


,, ,, .... .... 


JJ H 







256 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., -207, 333 







,, ,. 


1J 




257 


Louis 


B., 16, 111 















262 


Pahl- 


B., 17, 1234 


46, 1009 


,, 










263 


Michael & Norton 


B., 18, 137 







' ' 


it' 




265-266 ' 


Bdran 





48, 523 











.... 


267 


Richter 


B., 4, 554 


24, 824 


lodohydroxybenzaldehyde .... 


COH.OH.I=1.4.? 







198-199 


Herzfeld' 


B:, 10, 2198 


34, 423 


lodohydroxybenzoic acid .... 


COOH.OH.I=1.4,? 


C 7 H 5 IO :) 




160 


Peltzer 


A., 146, 288 


vi., 900 


lodosalicylic acid 


=1.2.5 





mixture ?' : 


184 


Liechti 1 


As.; 7, 136 


vi., 1003 





,, 








184 


Demote 


B., 7, 1437, etseq 


28, 253 


' 


,, i.- 


j> 




193-5' 


Frankland' 


31, 749 


vi., 1003 


,, .... ...: 


11 )J 







196 


Lautemann 


A., 120, 302 


v., 158 


:,' 


11 ) 







196 


Hiibner 


B., 12, 1347 


36, 928 


,, 


' it" 







196' 


Goldberg 


J. p. [2], 19, 368 


36, 929 


,, 


,, !, 







197' 


Miller 


B;, 16, 81 


41, 404 





=1.2.3 







198 





. 





Diiodocresol 


Me.OH.I 2 =1.4.3.S 


C 7 H 6 I 3 




61-61-5 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2534 


48, 146 


lodobenzyl alcohol 


(CH 2 OH).I=1.4 


C,H 7 IO 


cf. A. C. J., 


71-75 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 56 


34, 421 








2, 251 










lodorcinol 


Me.(OH) 2 .I=1.3.5.? 


C 7 H 7 IO S 


.... ' 


86-5 


Stenhouse 


P. R., 22, 53; 


vii., 879; 26, 














C. N., 26, 279 ; 


275 ; 27, 585 














A.,- 171, 310 




Acetyldiiodophehol' 


C 6 H 3 I 2 .OAc 


f~1 TT T f\-f 
\J g XT g L a \Jf> 




107 u.c. 


Schall 


B., 16, 1902 


44, 1109 


Methylic iodobenzoate 


COOMe.T=1.4 


C 8 H 7 I0 2 " 




114 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 207, 333 




,, 





Jl 


.... 


114 


Louis 


B:, 16, 111 




' 


>J 


J) 




115 


Pahl 


B., 17, 1234 


40, 1010 


lodo-a-toluic acid 


C 6 H 4 I.(CH 2 .COOH)=1.2 ' 







95-96 


Mabery &Robinson 


A. C. J., 4, 101 


42, 1057 


,, 


=1.4 


)J 


cf. A. C. J., 


135 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 56 


34, 422 








2, 253 










lodanisic acid 


COOH.OMe.I.=1.4.5 


C 8 H 7 IO 3 




234 


Peltzer 


B. S: [2], 9,' 148 


vi., 173 


.... .... 


., 


- 


.... 


334-B 





A.; 146, 302 


vi., 901 


1) ! 


> 


,, 




234-235 


Schall and Dralle 


B.; 17, 252$' 


48, 146 


lodovanillin 


COH.OH.OMe.I.=1.4.5.? 




.... 




n i 


Bo Pol 17 i n 


-,ii 1 ^Al 






j> 






Carles 


. io. [ - |, l.lj 1 - 
B*7 ft! R 


Vll., lZ\JL 






n" 






Xiemann &' Haar- 
mann 


., /, OlO 


27,8'. 


Methoxyiodotoluene 


Me.OMe.I=1.4.5 


C 8 H 9 IO 


237-238 ' 


Liquid 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2533 


48, 146 


Iodo-j3-orcinol .... 


C 6 HIMe 2 (OH) 2 


C 8 H 9 I0 2 




93. 


Stenhouse & Groves 


A.; 203, 298 


37, 404 


lodocinnamic acid 


C.H.I.CCH : CH.COOH)=1.2 


CjHylO, 


.... 


212-214 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2036; 


44, 1123; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 35 


661 





=1.3 


JJ 




181-182- 








j) 


!! !) 


=1.4 


Jl 




d. w. m. 255 


H 


B 


H 


Ethylic iodobenzoate 


COOEt.I=1.2 


C 9 H 9 IO S ' 




Liquid 






vi., 313 





=1.3 


Jl' 




Liquid 




A., 135, 110 




" " 


=1.4 







Liquid 




A., 207, 333 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



420 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenyliodopropionic acid .... 


Ph.C 2 H 3 I.COOH 


C 9 H 9 I0 2 


.... 


119-120 d. 


Fittig and Binder 


B., 9, 1195; A., 


31, 61 ; 36, 378 














147, 97; 195, 133 




lodohydrocinnamic acid 


C 6 H 4 I.(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH) 


J> 


.... 


102-103 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B , 16, 2036 ; 


44, 123; 48, 




= 1.2 










C. C. [1884], 35 


661 


11 ;i 


= 1.3 





.... 


65-66 


11 


D 


! 


l 11 


= 1.4 


)1 




140-141 


11 


11 


U 


Ethylic iodosal icy late 


COOEt.OH.I=1.2.? 


C,H,IQ, 


.... 


70-71 




J. [1864], 385 




Acetoxydiiodotoluene 


Me.OAc.I 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 9 H 9 T 2 O 3 




62-62-5 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2534 


48; 146 


lodonaphthol.... .... .. 


OH.I=? 


C 10 H ; IO 




88 


Ostermeyer- 


C. C.' [1884], 937 


48,672 




.. ^ /J, (1 J 






94-5 


Meldola' 


47, 525 




DiacetyltriioJoresorcinol 


(OAc) 2 .I 3 =1.3.4.(i) 2 


n 
CioHyl-jO, 


.... 


170 


Claesson 


B., 11, 1443 


34, 868 


lodomeconin .... 




C ln HJO 4 




112 


Anderson 1 


A., 98, 49 


iii., 863 


HI on Cantharidiu 


i.*. 


10 9* 1 V 4 
^loHiJjlO., 




131 


Piccard 


B., 12, 577 


36, 655 


lodocamphor 




C 10 H 15 IO 


.... 


43-44 


Haller 


C. B., 87, 695 


36, 329 


Diiododiphenylquinol 


C 6 H 3 I(OH).C 6 H 3 I(OH) 


C 12 H 8 I S 2 > 




abt. 150 


Kammerer & Ben- 


B., 11, 557 


34, 574 












zinger 






Bsnzoyldiiodophenol 


C 6 H.,I 2 OBz 


C 13 H 8 I 2 




95-96 


Schall 


B., 16, 1903 


44, 1109 


Diiododipheuic acid .... 


(C 6 H 3 I.COOH) 2 =(1.4.2) 2 


C 14 H 8 I 2 O 4 , 


.... 


abt. 260 


Schultz 


B., 11, 217 


34, 511 


i) 11 


I> )> 


>i 




262 


)J 


B., 12, 236 


36, 653 


Benzoxydiiodotoluene 


Me.OBz.I 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 14 H n IA 


.... 


129-5-130 


Schall and Dralle 


B., 17, 2534 


48, 146 


Santonic iodide 


.... 


C,,H lf IQi. 




136 


Cannizzaro and 


G. I., 8, 309 ' 


36, 331 












Valente 






Benzaldide oxyiodide 




C 2 iH 13 I 4 O ; 


.... 


28 


Geuther&Cartmell 


A., 112, 22 


1., 572 



(13.) CHTS, CHISe, and CHITe. 



Diiodothiophene 




C 4 H 2 I 2 S 




40-5 :: 


Meyer and Kreis 


B., 17, 1558 


46, 1131 


lodothiophene 


.... 


C 4 H 3 IS 


182 u.c. 


Liquid 


)! 


B., 17, 1559 


)) 


Diethylene disulphotetriodide 


(C 2 H,) 2 S 2 I 4 


C 4 H 8 I 4 S 2 




132-133 d. 


Husemann 


A., 126, 289 


vi., 607 


Iodo-^-ethylthiophene 


C 4 SH 2 IEt 


C 6 H 7 IS 


.... 


Liquid 


Bonz 


B., 18, 551 


48, 767 


lodothioxylene 


C 4 SHIMe 2 


)> 


.... 


Liquid 


Messinger 


B., 18, 1638 


48, 1052 


Triethyl sulphuro-iodide 


SEtJ 


C 6 H 15 IS 




a. 100 


Dehn 


As. -4, 95 


v., 882 


Diiodophenylsulphide 


S(C 6 H 4 I) 2 


tt| 2 H 8 I 2 S 


.... 


138-139 


Krafts 


B.,- 7, 1165 


28, 154 


Triethyl seleno-iodide 


SeEt 3 I 


C 6 H, 5 ISe 




w.m. 80-126 


Pieverling 


A., 185, 333 


34, 130 


Benzyldimethyl seleno-triio- 


Ph.CH 2 .SeMe 2 I 3 


C,H 13 I 3 Se 




65 


Jackson 


A., 179, 19 


29, 581 


dide 
















Diethyltellurod iiod ide 


TeEt 2 I 2 


C 4 H 10 I 5 Te 




50 


Maleet 


A., -79, 223 


ii., 550 


Triethyltelluroiodide 


TeEt,! 


C 6 H 16 ITe 




90-92 


Becker 


A.,-180, 263 


30, 46 







": (14 


) CHIN 


- 








Hydrocyanic hydriodide 


HON. HI 


CHjIN 


v. 350-400 






A., 138, 36 




Ethylguanidine hydriodide.... 


NHEt.C(:NH).NH 2 + HI 


C 3 H ln IN 3 


...i 


149 d. 


Letnii 


B., 8, 767 


29, 911 


Tetriodopyrroline 


C 4 I 4 :NH 


C 4 HI 4 N 


.... 


d.w.m. 140- 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 15, 2584 


44, 351 










150- 


stedt 






Pyridiue periodide 


C 5 H S N.HI.I 4 


C 6 H 6 I 6 N 


.... 


89 


Dafert 


M. 0., 4, 496 


44, 980 


Trimetliylethylammonium 


NEtMe 3 I 3 


C 6 H 14 I 3 N 




64 


Muller 


A.; 108, 1 


iii., 1000 


triiodide 
















>! 11 


J) 


)) 


.... 


64 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 978 


Trimethylethylamnionium 


NEtMe 3 I 5 


C 6 H 14 IiN: 


.... 


68' 


' 


11 


11 


pentiodide 
















11 11 


)t 


' 




68 


MUller 


A., 108, 3 


iii., 1000 


Triiodaniliue ... 


NH n .L=1.2.4.6 


C.H.I.N- 




185-5' 


Michael & Norton 


B., 11, 111 


34, 406 



- 



430 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




NH 2 .I 2 =1.2.4. 


C 6 H 5 I 2 N 




95-95-5 


Michael & Norton 


B., 11, 111 


34, 406 




M 






96 


Rudolph 


B., 11, 79 


34, 422 


lodaniline .... .... ... 


NH 2 .I=1.3 


c 6 n"iN 


.... 


25 


Griess 


J. [1866], 457 


vi., 921 










25 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 233 




=1.4 or 1.2 






60 


Hofmann 


A., 67, 65 


iv 444 






;i 




GO 


Griess 


J. [1866], 457 


vi., 921 










60 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 233 







,, 




60 


Michael & Norton 


B., 11, 108 


34, 406 










60 


Gabriel 


B., 11, '2261 


36, 324 




=1.4 (f) 


j> 




83 


Hiibuer 


B., 10, 1717 




Picoline diiodide + HI 


,, j.,nr y i j 


C.HJ.N 




79 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 2, 273 


36, 263 


Ethylglyoxalinemethiodide.... 


(C 3 H 3 N)NEt.MeI 


C 6 H n IN 2 


.... 


74-75 


Wallach 


B., 16, 535 


44, 911 


Methylhydropyrroline meth- 


C 4 H 6 MeN.MeI 


C 6 H 12 IN 




286 d. 


Ciamician & Denu- 


B., 16, 1542 


44, 1142 


iodide 










stedt 






Pipecoline hydriodide 


NH.(CH 2 ) s .CHMe.CH 2 +HI 


C 6 H 14 IN 




131 


Hesekiel 


R, 18, 912 


48, 812 




L J 














Triethylazonium iodide 




C 6 H 17 IN 2 


74-78 




Fischer 


B., 11,2208 


36, 451 


lodobenzonitril 


C,H 4 I.CN=1.3 


C 7 H 4 IN 


.... 


41 


Griess 


B., 2, 370 


vii., 427 


Diiodotoluidine 


Me.NHj.I 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 7 H 7 I,N 




124-5 


Michael & Norton 


B., 11, 115 


34,407 


lodobeuzylamine 


C 6 H 4 I.(CHj.NH 2 )=1.2 


C 7 H 9 IN 




Liquid 




A. C. J., 4, 101 







=1.4 







Liquid 




A. C. J., 2, 257 




lodotoluidine.... 


Me.NH 2 .I=1.2.4 





273d. 


48-49 


Heymann 


Z. C. [2], 6, 402 ; 


24, 681 ; vii., 














A., 158, 338 


1167, 1177 


.... .... 


=1.3.4 







188-189 


Glassner 


B., 8, 562 


28, 897 


Picoline methiodide 


C 6 H 7 N.MeI 


C 7 H 10 IN 




226-5-227u.c. 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 2, 277 


36, 263 


Picoline methiodide diiodide 


C 6 H 7 NIs,.MeI 


C 7 H 10 I 3 N 




129 





P. M. [5], 2, 278 


J) 


Methyltriethylammonium 


NEtjMeL, 


C,H 18 I 3 N 




62 


Muller 


A., 108, 1 


ill., 1000 


triiodide 
















lod-a-toluic nitril 


C,H 4 L(CH,.CN)=1.4 


C 8 H 6 IN 




50-5 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 56 


34, 422 


Dimethyliodaniline 


C,H 4 LNMe 2 


C 8 H 10 IN 




79 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 757, 765 


32, 603 


Picoline ethiodide 


.. 


C 8 H 12 IN 




b. 100 


Anderson 


A., 94, 361 




Hydro-a-isopropyl pyridine 


.... 


C 8 H U IN 




242-243 


Laden burg 


B., 18, 1589 


48, 992 


+HI 
















Tropidine periodide 




C 8 H 14 I 3 N 




92-93 




B., 14, 232 




lodotrimethylpiperidine 


MM 


C 8 H 16 IN 


.... 


60 


Fischer 


B., 17, 1796 


46, 1291 


Trimethylpiperylium iodide 


(CsHgMey'Me^I 


C 8 H 18 IN 




200 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 663 


40, 621 


Trimethy lamylammoni um 


NMe.CQ.HJLI, 


C 8 H 20 I 3 N 




80 


Muller 


A., 108, 1 


lli., 1001 


triiodide 
















Tetrethylammonium triiodide 


NEt 4 I.I 2 


Jj 




142 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 978 


lodoquinoline 


N.I= ai /3, ; 


C 9 H 6 IN 




52-53 


Friedlander and 


B., 18, 1531 


48, 990 












Weinberg 









= ' 


JJ 


300+ 


62-63 


La Coste 


B., 18, 782 


48, 815 


Quinoline diiodide 




C 9 H 7 I 2 N(?) 




67 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 980 


J! 




jj 




90 


Claus and Istel 


B., 15, 824 


42, 111 


lodocyanethine 




C,H 14 IN 3 




152 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30,145 


48, 236 


Trimethylphenylammouium 


NMe 3 PhI.I 2 


C 9 H 14 I 3 N 




116 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 978 


triiodide 


,, 














Trhnethylphenylammonium 


NMe 3 PhI.I 4 


C,H 14 I S N 




87 








pentiodide 














J) 


Oxalmethylisoauiyline meth- 


C 7 H, 1 MeN 1 ,MeI 


C,H, 7 IN S 




169-170 


Radziszewski and 


B., 17, 1294 


46, 986 


iodide 










Szul 






lodotetramethylpiperidine ... 




C 9 H 18 1N 




90 


Fischer 


B., 17, 1792 


46, 1290 


Iod-o-methyl quinoline 


C 9 NH 5 MeI 


C 10 H 8 IN 




73-74 


La Coste 


B., 18, 785 


48, 815 


Quinoline methiodide 


C 9 NH ; .MeI 


C 10 H 10 IN 




72 





B., 15, 192 




Dimethylethylphenylammo- 


NPhMe 2 EtI 


C 10 H 16 IN 




72 
124-5 


Ostermeyer 
Claus & Rautenberg 


B., 18, 594 
B., 17, 1325 


48, 672 
46, 1005 


nium iodide 


























126 


Claus and Howitz 






Dimethylconylammonium 
iodide 


C 8 H 16 1 NMe 2 I 


C 10 H 22 IN 




100 


Hofmanu 


JJ 

B., 14, 708 


40, 745 


Dimethylcopellidinium iodide 


C 8 H 16 Me 2 NI 







267-268 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 926 


48, 817 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



431 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-Methylquinoline methio- 


C 10 H,N.MeI 


C,,H 13 IN 




221 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 18, 1642 




dide 
















? 


N.Me=a,/3, ; 


)) 


.... 


195 





B., 16, 2468 


46, 184 


Ethyl quinazole methiodide 


G'mH.jNo.Mel 


C n H 15 IN 2 




192 d. 


Fischer & Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 442 


Ethylanhydracetdiamido- 


C 6 H 3 Me.N : CMe.NHEtI 


)1 


+H.O 


141-5-143-5 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 328 


42, 505 


toluene iodide 


i i 
















Diethylaniline methiodide ... 


NPhEt 2 MeI 


C,,H I3 IN 


.... 


102 


Clans and Howitz 


B., 17, 1326 


46, 1006 


Methylamylpiperylammo- 


C 6 H 10 N(C 5 H u ).MeI 


C,,H 24 IN 




195 


Schotten 


B., 15, 422 


42, 982 


nium iodide 
















Diiodoazobenzene ... 


C 6 H 4 I.N 2 .C 6 H 4 I=(1.3) 2 


C 12 H 8 I 2 N 2 




150 


Gabriel 


B., 9, 1410 


81, 307 





=(l-4) 2 


ij 




237 


!> 


B., 9, 1409 


? 


Diiodohydrazobenzene 


C 6 H 4 I.N 2 H 2 .C 6 H 4 I=(1.3) 3 


^12^10^2^2 


.... 


89-90 


?) 


B., 9, 1410 


11 


11 


=(1.4), 







a. 100 


5) 


B., 9, 1409 


11 


Ethyl (or dimethyl) quino- 


C u H u N.MeI 


C 12 H 14 IN 




203 


Ntilting and Wein- 


B., 18, 1342 


48, 978 


line methiodide 










gartner 






Ethyltetrahydroquinoline 


C 9 H 10 EtN.MeI 


C 12 H 18 IN 




179 u.c. 


Clausand Stegelitz 


B., 17, 1331 


46, 1051 


methiodide 
















Trimethylpropylphenylam- 


C 6 H 4 Pr.NMe 2 +MeI=1.4 


C 12 H 20 IN 




168 


Glaus and Howitz 


B., 17, 1328 


46, 1006 


monium iodide 
















Triethylphenylammonium 


NEt 3 PhI.I 2 


C 12 H 20 I 3 N 


.... 


81 


Dafert 


M. C., 4, 496 


44, 978 


triiodide 
















Triethylpheuylainmonium 


NEt,PhI.I 4 


C.sH^N 


.... 


68 


?> 


>r- 


u 


pentiodide 
















Tetramethyldiamidotoluene 


Me.(NMe i ) 2 =1.2.5 


C 12 H 21 IN 2 




160 


Wurster and Riedel 


B., T2;'J802 


38, 109 


methiodide 
















Ethvlmethylquinoline meth- 


N.Et.Me=a,/3 1 /3 2 ; 


I3 H I6 IN 




196 p.d. 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17," 17 15 


46, 1375 


iodide 
















E ih eny Idiethyltoluy leneami- 





C 13 H 19 I 3 N 2 




Ill 




A., 210, 376 




dine triiodide 
















Methylbenzylpiperyl ammo- 


C 5 H 10 N.C 7 H 7 +Met 


C 13 H 20 1N 




145 


Schotten 


B., 15,423 


42, 982 


nium iodide 
















Triethylbenzylamine perio- 


NEt 3 (CH 2 Ph)I 3 


C 13 H., 2 I 3 N 




87 


Ladenburg& Struve 


B., 10, 46 




dide 
















/3-Naphthoquinoline methio- 


C 13 H 9 N.MeI 


C 14 H 12 IN 




200-205 


Skraup & Cobenzl 


M. C., 4, 436 


44, 1011 


dide 
















Diiododibenzylamine 


(C 6 H,I.CH 2 ) 2 NH=(1.4). 2 


C 14 H 13 I 2 N 




76 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 58 


34, 422 


Uibenzylamine hydriodide .... 


(C 6 H 5 .CH 2 ) 2 NH.HI 


C 14 H, r .IN 


.... 


224 


Limprieht 


A., 144, 304 


vi., 337 


Dimethykliethyldiamidoben- 


C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 .NEtj+2MeI 


C 14 H S6 I 3 N 2 




218 


Lippmann &Fleiss- 


M. G, 4, 788 


46, 178 


zene dimethiodide 


3*1.4 








ner 






Methylacridine methiodide .. 


C 13 H 8 NMe.MeI 


C 15 H 14 IN 




185 d. 


Bernthsen*> 


A., 224, 1 


46, 1356 


Dimethylanhydrobenzodi- 


C 6 H 4 .N : CPh.NMe.,1 


15 H 15 IN 2 




280 


Hiibner.- 


A., 201, 365 


42, 505 


amidobenzene iodide 


1 1 
















Diiuethylanhydrobeuzodi- 


C' r ,H 4 N : CPh.NMe,I 3 


*--i5Hi 5 I 3 N 2 




140-5 


ii 


)> 


11 


amidobenzene triiodide 


1 ___ 1 














Azobenzenetrimethylam mon - 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NMe 3 I 


C 16 H 18 IN 3 




173-174 


Berjiv 


B., 17, 1402 ; 


46, 1148 ; 48, 


mm iodide 












C.C. [1884], 871 


660 


3-Methylquinoline amyl- 


C 10 H 9 N.C 5 H U I 


C 15 H M IN 


.... 


215 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 18, 1643 




iodide 
















Benzenyldimethdiamidoto- 


.... 


<' 16 H 17 I 3 N 2 




101 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 368 




luene triiodide 














Flavoline methiodide 


N.Ph.Me=n,3 1 n 2 ; 


C 17 H 16 IN 




185 d. 


Bernthsen an d Hess 


B., 18, 34 


48, 559 


Methyldiphenylpyrazene 


C 3 HN 2 Ph 2 Me+MeI 


C 17 H 17 IN,, 




187 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 18, 315 


48, 556 


methiodide 
















lao-methyldiphenylpyrazene 


)T 





.... 


192 


i 


B., 18, 935 


48, 811 


methiodide 
















Trimethylanthrammonium 


C 14 H 9 Me 3 NI 


C 17 H 18 IN 


.... 


215 d. ; u. c. 


Bollert 


B., 16, 1637 


44, 1139 


iodide 
















Diethylanhydrobenzoyldi- 


C.H 4 .NEt 2 I.CPh : NI, 


C 17 H 19 I 3 N 2 




154-155 


Hiibner and Simon 


B., 12, 1342 ; 


36, 923 


amidobenzene triiodide 












A., 210, 358 




) )i 


} 


J 


.... 


154-155 


Hiibner & Pichler 


B., 10, 1722 


34, 145 


Tetramethylbenzidine 


Me s N.C H 4 .C 6 H 4 .NMe. J T= 


C 17 H 23 IN 2 




2G3 


Michler and Pat- 


B., 14, 2163; 


42, 199 ; 46, 


methiodide 


(1.4) 2 


. 






tinson 


B., 17, 117 


747 



432 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Benzenyldiethyltoluylene- 


.... 


C 19 H 21 I 3 N 2 




128-129 




A., 210, 373 




amidine triiodide 
















Diethylene-ethyldiamidodi- 


.... 


c 19 H B m, 




100 




J. [1858], 353 


iv., 456 


phenyl iodide 
















?-Diquinoline luethiodide ... 


(.C 9 NH 6 ) 2 =/3 2 ;,-,-.,;, 


C 19 H 15 IN 2 




126 ; sf. 83 


Fischer 


M. C., 6, 546 


48, 1247 


- 


= ' 







280-286 d. 


Weidel 


M. C., 2, 499 


46,70 


Dimethylbenzoylpseudo- 


(C,HMe 3 Bz.NMe 2 +MeI 


C 19 H 2 JN 




187 d. 


Frohlich 


B., 17, 2675 


48, 154 


cumidine methiodide 


= 1.3.4.2.6 














Diquiuoliue dimethiodide .. 


C )8 H I2 N 3 .2MeI 


C 20 H lb I 2 N 2 




a. 290 


Fischer 


M. C., 5, 417 


48, 399 


>i 


(.C 9 NH 6 ) 2 =(/3 2 ; ,), 


M 




300 d. 


Koser 


B., 17, 1819 


46, 1372 


Cinchine methiodide.... 


C.jH^Nj-Mel 


Cj.HalN, 




186 


Comatock & Kouigs* 


B., 18, 1221 


48, 910 


Nicotine sesquiiodide 


(C IO H 14 N 2 ) 2 I 3 


CsoH^N, 




100 


Wertheim 




iv., 47 


Triiodotribenzylamine 


(C 6 H 4 I.CH 2 ) 3 N=(1.4) 3 


U 21 H 13 I 3 N 


.... 


114-5 


Mabery & Jackson 


B., 11, 57 


34, 422 


Dimethylcyanine iodide 


C 19 N 2 H 13 Me 2 I 


C ?1 H 19 IN 2 




291 


Hoogewevff& Dorp 


R. J., 2, 317 


48, 674 


Phenylbenzaldehydine ethio- 


C 6 H 4 (NC 7 p s ) 2 +EtI=1.2 


C 22 H 21 IN S 


.... 


211-213 


Ladenburg and 


B., 11, 1654 


36, 235 


dide 










Engelbrecht 






Tolubenzaldehydine methio- 


C 6 H 3 Me(N.C : II,) 2 +MeI= 







209 d. 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 594 


34, 572 


dide 


1.3.4 














Diquinoline diethiodide 


(.CfcNH,),^ ; a,), 


CS.HSJI.N, 




270 d. 


Roser 


B., 17, 1819 


46, 1372 


Dimethamidotriphenyl- * 


Ph 2 CH.C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 + Mel 


C 22 H 24 IN 


.... 


184-185 


Fischer and Roser 


B., 13, 675 ; A., 


38, 661 ; 40, 


methane methiodide 












206, 115, 157 


588 


Benzenyldiisoamylphenylene- 


.... 


C 23 H 21 I 3 N 2 




111-112 




A., 210, 363 




ainidine triiodide 
















Tolubenzaldehydine ethio- 


C 6 p 3 Me(NC 7 H 6 ) 2 +EtI= 


C 23 H 23 IN 2 




180-181 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 593 


34, 572 


dide 


1.3.4 














Methylamarine methiodide 


.... 


J) 




246 


Claus and Elbs 


B., 13, 1419 


38, 882 


Diethylcyanine iodide 


C 19 jN 2 H 13 Et 2 I 


) 




271-273 


Hoogewerff & Dorp 


R. X., 2, 317 


48, 674 


Tolubenzaldehydine ethio- 


C 6 H 3 Me(NC 7 H 6 ) 2 +EtI,I 2 = 


^23 "23 ^3^ 2 




123-135 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 593 


34, 572 


dide+I 2 


J.3.4 














Ethyltribenzylamine iodide 


(C 6 H 5 .CH 2 ) 3 N.EtI 


C 23 H 26 IN 


.... 


190 


Vasca-Lanza , 


B.,-7, 82 




Diamylanhydrobenzoylami- 


C 6 H 4 .N(C 5 H 11 ). ) I.CPh:NI 2 


C23H 31 I 3 N 2 


.... 


111-112 


Hiibnerand Simon 


B., 10, 1720 ; 


34, 145; 36, 


dobenzene triiodide 


i i 










B., 12, 1344 


923 




TetramethdiamidotripheTiyl- 


Ph.CH(C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 ) 2 +]VreI 


^25* r *3^Ii^'2 




218-222 


Fischer 


B., 12, 1686; A., 


38, 40 


methane methiodide 












206, 127, 151 




!> J! 





)l 


cf. A., 217, 


231 d. 


Doebner 


B., 13, 2228 


40, 166 








256 










Methane triquinoil+'HI 


CH(C 9 H.NI) S 


28 H 22 I 3 N 3 




65 


Rhoussopoulos 


B., 16, 202 


44, 600 


Quinoline iodooyaniae 


i 


28 H 35 IN 2 




100 d. 


Nadler and Merz 


J. p., 100, 129 


vi., 430 


Tetramethdiamjidopropyltri- 


Pr.C 6 H 4 .CH(C 6 H 4 .NMe.) 2 


a s H 39 T 2 N 2 




200 


Zeigler 


B., 13, 787 


38, 640 


phenylmethane methiodide 


- + MeI 














Benzylamarine methiodide 


C 21 H l? (CH 2 Ph)N. ! .MeI 


C 29 H 27 IN 3 


.... 


130 u. c. 


Clans & Kohlstock 


B., 18, 1855 


48, 1133 


,, ethiodide 


C 21 H 17 (CH 2 Ph)N 2 .EtI 


CaoHoglN.j 




182 u. e. 


n 


B., 18, 1854 






(15.) CHIP, CHI As, and CHISb. 



Tolylphosphonium iodide ... 


C 6 H 4 Me.(PH 2 .HI)=1.4 


C 7 H 10 IP 




340inCO 2 (?) 


Michaelis & Paneck 


A., 212, 235 


43, 963 


Trimethylphenylphosphon- 


NMe 3 PhI 


C 9 H 14 IP 




205 


Ananoff 


A., 181, 363 




ium iodide 
















Dimethylethylpheuylphos- 


.... 


C 10 H J6 IP 


>. 


137 


, 


A., 181, 362 




phonium iodide 
















Trimethyltolylphosphonium 


C; 6 H 4 Me.(PMe J l) = 1.4 







255 


Czimatis 


B., 15, 2015 


44, 57 


iodide 
















Methyldiethylphenylphos- 


PMeEtjPhI 


C H H 18 IP 




95 


Ananoff 


B., 8, 49 ; A., 


28, 1204 


phoiiium iodide 












181, 358 




TriPthylphenylphosphoniuni 


PEt,,PhI 


C IS H 20 IP 


.... 


115 


. 


> 


H 


iodide 
















Methyldiethyltolylphospho- 


C fi H 4 Me.(PEt,M t -I)=1.4 


)> 




137 


Czimatis 


B., 15, 2016 


44, 58 


nium iodide 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



433 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J.Ch. Soc. 


Methyldiethylxylylphosphon- 


C 6 H 3 Me 2 .(PEtjMeI) 


C 13 H 22 IP 




SO 


Czimatis 


B., 15, 2016 


44, 58 


ium iodide 
















Diphenyldimethylphosphon- 


PMejPhJ 


C 14 H 16 IP 




241 


Michaelis and Link 


A., 207, 210 


42, 306 


ium iodide 
















!) !! 


n 


*J 




245 


Michaelis and Coste 


B., 18, 2117 




Triethylxylylphosphonium 


C 6 H 3 Me a .(PEt 3 I) 


C 14 H 24 IP 


.... 


136 


Czimatis 


B., 15, 2016 


44, 58 


iodide 
















Ethylene hexethyldiphos- 


C 2 H 4 : PEt 6 I. : 


Ci4H 34 I 2 P 2 


.... 


231 




As., I, 188 


iv., 622 


plionium iodide 
















Diphenylmethylethylphos- 


PMeEtPh 2 I 


C 15 H 13 IP 


.... 


181 


Michaelis and Link 


A., 207, 212, 215 


42, 306 


phonium iodide 
















Diphenyldiethylphosphon- 


PEt,Pli 2 I 


C 16 H 2( ^P 




204 


ji 


A., 207, 214 


n 


ium iodide 
















Naphthyltriethylphosphon- 


PEt/C..!!.)! 


C 16 H 22 IP 


.... 


209 


Kelbe 


B., 11, 1502 


36, 68 


ium iodide 
















Triphenylphosphonium 


PHPh 3 I 


C I8 H 16 IP 


cf. B., 15, 


215 p. d. 


Michaelis & Soden 


A., 229, 334 


48, 1134 


iodide 






803 










Triphenylmethylphosphon- 


PMePh 3 I 


C 19 H 18 IP 




165-166 


Michaelis & Gleich- 


B., 15, 803 


42, 1062 


ium iodide 










mann 






Triphenylethylphosphonium 


PEtPh 3 I 


C 20 H 20 IP 


.... 


165 


'Michaelis & Soden 


A., 229, 334 


48, 1134 


iodide 
















Triphenylpropylphosphon- 


PPr'Pli,! 


PnH M IP 




201-5 


j 





48, 1135 


ium iodide 
















Triphenylisopropylphosphon- 


PPr^PhjI 


* 


+2ILjO 


191 


i 


J) 





ium iodide 
















Tripheny] isobutylphosphon- 


PBu0Ph. t I 


^H 24 IP 




176 


~*i 


Ji 


i) 


ium iodide 
















Triph eny lisoamylphosphon- 


P(C 5 H u )Ph 3 I 


^tflnff 




174 


i> 





i 


ium iodide 
















Triphenylbenzylphosphon- 


P(CH 3 Ph)PhJ 


C-J5-H.J2IP 




253 


ij 








ium iodide 
















Methylenehexaphenylphos- 


CH. 2 (PPh 3 I) 2 


C3:H 32 I 3 P 2 




230-231 d. 


Michaelisi& Gleich- 


B., 15, 804 


42, 1062 


phonium iodide 










mann 






Arsemnethyldiiodide 


AsMeI 2 


CH 3 I 2 As 


a. 200 


25 


Baeyer 


A., 107, 285 


i., 401 


Arsendimethyliodide(caeodyl 


AsMe 2 I 


C 2 H 6 IAs 


a. 100 


b. 10 


Bunsen 


A., 37, 35; 92, 


i., 407 . 


iodide) 












362 . 




Tetramethylarsenium iodide 


AsMe 4 I+AsI,, 


C 4 H 12 I 4 As. 2 


170 


.... 


Cahours 


C. R, 49, 87 


i., 410 


+AsI 3 
















Arsenphenyl diiodide 


AflPhI 2 


C 6 H 5 I 2 As 


.... 


Liquid 


Michaelis & Schulte 


B., 14, 913 ; 15, 


40, 723 














1953 




Phenyltrimethylaisenium 


AsMe 3 PhI 


C 9 H 14 IA 


.... 


244 


Michaelis and Link 


A., 207, 205 


42, 306 


iodide 
















Diidoarsenobenzene 


C 6 H 5 .AsI.AsI.C 6 H 5 


C 12 H W I 2 A8 3 




crystalline 


Michaelis & Schulte 


B., 14, 913; 15, 


40, 723 














1953 




Phenyltriethylarsenium 


AsEtjPhI 


C.jH^IAs 


cf. A., 201 


112-113 


Coste and Michaelis 


B., 10, 622 ; 11, 


33, 453; 36, 


iodide 






213 






1883 


162 


Diphenyldimethylarsenium 


AsMe 2 Ph 2 I 


C 14 H 16 IAs 




109 


Michaelis and Link 


A., 207, 204 


42, 305 


iodide 
















Diphenylethylmethylarsen- 


AsMeEtPh 2 I 


C 15 H 18 IAs 




170 





A,, 207, 196 


> 


ium iodide 
















Uiphenyldiethylarsenium 


AsEt 2 Pb 2 I 


C 16 H M IA 8 


.... 


184 


.... 


A., 201, 236 




iodide 
















Stibtriethyl diiodide 


SbEt 3 I 2 


C 6 H 16 I 2 Sb 


cf. A., 97, 331 


70-5 


Buckton 


13, 116 


1., 342 





>J 


1 


.... 


70-5 


Lowig& Schweitzer 


J., 75, 339 




Stibtritolyl 


(C 6 H 4 Me) 3 SbI,=(1.4) s 


C 21 H 21 I 2 Sb 




182-5 


Michaelis&Genzken 


B., 17, 925 


46, 1130 



434 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



16. CHOS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Thioformic acid 


H.CO.SH 


CH 2 OS 


cf. A,, 91, 125 


120 


Limpricht 


A., 97, 361 


v., 778 


Methylsulphonic acid 


CH 3 .S0 3 H 


CH 4 3 S 




d. 130 


Richter 


R. K. T. 




Methylic hydrogen sulphate 


MeHSO 4 


CH 4 O 4 S 


.... 


Liquid 30 


Claesson 


J. p. [2], 19, 240 


36, 776 


Thiacetic acid 


Me.CO.SH 


C 2 H 4 OS 


95 




.... 


.... 


v., 771 





)J 





93 


.... 


Ulrich 


J., 12, 355 




Sulphacetic acid 


HO 3 S.CH 2 .COOH 


C S H 4 6 S 


cf. A., 52, 278 


62 


Melsens 


A. C. [3], 5,392; 


v., 475 














10, 370 




.... ... 


J) 


)) 


.... 


68-70; 72 


Carl 


B., 14, 65 




Ethionic anhydride 


c 2 H 4 :(so 3 ) 2 


C 2 H 4 6 S 2 




80 


Magnus 


P. A., 47, 509 


ii., 523 


Dimethyl sulphoxide 


Me 2 SO 


C 2 H 6 OS 




Solid 


Saytzeff 


A., 144, 148 


vi., 827 


sulphone 


Me 2 SO 2 


C 2 H 6 2 S 


238 


109 


i) 


D 


vi., 827 


Dimethylic sulphite 


Me 2 SO 3 


O 2 H 6 O 3 S 


121-5 




Carius 


A., 110, 219 


v., 556 


,, sulphate.... 


Me 2 SO 4 


C 2 H 6 4 S 


188 




Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 32 


v., 626 


Ethylene disulphonic acid ... 


HSO 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .SO 3 H 


C 2 H,0 6 S 2 


.... 


94 


Husemau 


A., 126, 272 


v., 566 


trisulphonic acid ... 


HS0 3r CH 2 .CH(S0 3 H) 2 


C 2 H 6 9 S 3 




80-1 10 pd. 


Monari 


B., 18, 1346 


48, 970 


dithiocarbonate ... 


C 2 H 4 ;COS 2 


C 3 H 4 OS,, 




31 




A., 126, 269 




Mythylic thiacetate 


.... 


CjH t OS 


62-68 






B. S., 25, 562 




> 


CH 3 .(X).SMe 


) 


95-86 




Wallach&Bleibtreu 


B., 12, 1062 


36, 786 


Trimethylene oxysulphide ... 


.... 


C 3 H 6 OS 2 


+iH 2 


80 


Bartoli & Papasogli 


G. I., 13, 287 


46, 170 


Dimethylic dithiocarbonate... 


CO(SMe) 2 


J> 


169 


Liquid 


Schmitt and Glutz 


B., 1, 169 




xanthogeiiiite .... 


MeO.CS.SMe 


JJ 


167-168 




Salomon 


J. p. [2], 7, 114 


27, 363 


jr 





JJ 


170-172 


.... 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 19, 160 


v., 501 


Thiolactic acid 


CH 3 .CH(SH).COOH 


C 3 H 6 2 S 




b. 100 


Schacht 


A., 129, 1 


iii., 462 


it 


) 


n 


.... 


141 


Bottinger 


B., 9, 1062 


30, 624 


rt *> 


)? 


jj 


.... 


141-142 





A., 188, 321 


34, 33 


Methyl ethyl sniphon 


Me.SO 2 .Et 


C 3 H 8 2 S 


.... 


36 


Beekmaim 


J. p. [2], 17, 455 


36, 39 


Methylic ethylic sulphite- .... 


MeEtSO;, 


CjHsOjS 


140-141-5 


.... 


Carius 


A., 111,93 


v., 55 6 


ethylsulphonate ... 


C 2 H 5 .S0 3 Me 




197-5-200-5 




.... 


J. [1870], 728 




Isopropylsulphonic acid 


Me 2 .CH^O 3 H 





.... 


b. 100 


Claus 


B., 5, 660 




Thiosuccinyl .... 


CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.S 


C 4 H 4 O a S 




31 


Wesilsky 


B., 2, 521 


vi., 1042 




Thiophene sulphiuic aeid .... 


C 4 SH 3 .S0 2 H 


C 4 H 4 2 S 2 


.... 


67 


Weitz 


B., 17, 800 


46, 1131 


/3-thiophene sulphonic acid .... 


C 4 SH 3 .SO,3 


C 4 H 4 3 S S 


.... 


Cryst. 


Langer 


B., 18, 554 


48, 765 


Thioglyoxylic acid 


... 


C 4 H 4 6 8 


.... 


78-82 





A., 198, 212 




j8-thiophene disulphonic acid 


C 4 SH 2 (S0 3 H) 2 


C 4 H 4 6 S 3 


.... 


Cryst. 


Lauger 


B., 18, 553 





Sulphethylic ether 


.... 


C 4 H 6 OS 3 


.... 


120-123 


Malaguti 


A. C. [2], 70, 338 


a, 541 


Thiacetic anhydride 


(Me.CO) 2 S 


C 4 H 6 2 S 


121 


.... 


Kekulo 


A., 90, 311 


v., 772 


>i 


)1 


)) 


121 


.... 


Saytzeff 


Z. C. [2], 4, 642 


vi., 20 


Acetyl disulphide 


(Me.CO) 2 S 2 


C.HeO^, 


.... 


20 


Kekul6 and Lin- 


A., 123, 278 


v., 772 












nemann 






Thiodiglycollic acid 


S(CH a .COOH)5 I 


C 4 H 6 4 S 


.... 


126 


Wisliscenus 


Z. C. [1865], 621 


v., 776 


j ? > 





J) 


.... 


ISO 


Schulze 


Z. C. [1865], 77 





j, .... 





n 




129 


Loven 


B., 17, 2818 




Dithiodiglycollic acid 


S 2 (CH 2 .CX)OH) 2 


C 4 H 6 4 S 2 


.... 


100 


Claesson 


B., 14, 409 


40, 580 


Sulphoue diacetic acid 


SO 2 (CH 2 .COOH) 2 


C 4 H 6 6 S 


d. 200 


182 


Lov^n 


B., 17, 2819 


48, 241 


Ethylic thiacetate 


CH 3 .CO.SEt 


C 4 H S OS 


abt. 80 


.... 


Kekul6 


A., 90, 313 


28, 259, 761 ; 
















v., 772 


)) 5 


y> 


I) 


114-116 


.... 


Michler 


B., 7, 1313 ; A., 


28, 258, 761 














176, 182 




1 , .... .... 


.... 


)J 


115-117 


.... 


Wallach and Bleib- 


B., 12, 1062 


36, 786 












treu 






J) .... 


.. 


)) 


117 




Saytzeff 


Z. C. [2], 14, 642 


vi., 20 


Thiobutyric acid 


C 3 H-.CO.SH 


j) 


130 




Ulrich 


A., 109, 280 


i., 694 


Aldehyde + thioaldehyde 


C 2 H 4 0+C 2 H 4 S 





35 d. 


2 


Pinner 


B., 4, 258 


24, 383; vii., 37 


Ethylic methylic dithiocar- 


.... 


C 4 H 8 OS 2 


179 





Chancel 


A. C. [3], 15, 468 


v., 500 


bonate 
















Ethylic methylic xanthoge- 


MeO.CS.SEt 


J) 


184 


Liquid 


Salomon 


J. p. [2], 7, 115 


27, 362 


nate 



















MeS.CS.OEt 


)T 


184 







J. p. [2], 7, 116 


)> 


Ethylic thioglycollate 


CH 2 (SH).COOEt 


C 4 H 8 2 S 


a. 155 d. 


Liquid 


Claesson 


A., 187, 124 


32, 595 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



435 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 






C 4 H 8 O 2 S 


145 




Couerbe 


A., 40, 297 




Ethylic sulphonacetic acid ... 


Et0 2 S.CH 2 .COOH 


C 4 H 8 4 S 




Liquid 


Claesson 


B. S. [2], 23, 144 


29, 568 


Thiodiethylene glycol 


HO.C 2 H 4 .S.C 2 H 4 .OH 


C 4 H 10 2 S 


.... 


60 


Carius 


A., 124, 263 


ii., 582 


Diethyl sulphone 


EtjSO 2 


) 


2J# 


70 


Oefele 


A., 127, 370 


ii., 968 ; vi., 
















598 


!> 





n 


. 


70 


Frankland and 


B., 12, 845 


35, 246 












Laurance 






Ethylic thioethylsulphonate 


Et.SO 2 .SEt 


C 4 H 10 O2S 2 


130-140 d. 


Liquid 


Otto 


R, 15, 122 


42,832 


Diethylic sulphite 


(EtO) a SO 


C 4 H 10 3 S 


150-170 


.... 


Ebelmann aud 


A. C. [3], 17, 67 














Bouquet 






,, 


JJ 


i 


abt. 150 




Ogier 


C. B., 94, 446 


42,696 


v 1, 





) 


160-3 


.... 


Pierre 


C. R, 27, 213 


v., 554 


,, J! 


i 


i 


161-3 




Carius 


J. p. [2], 2, 285 




11 1> 


Jl 





161 


.... 


Michaelis & Wagner 


B., 7, 1074 


28, 139 


Ethylic ethylsulphonate 


CjHs.SOj-OEt 





207 




11 





28, 140 


,, 


)1 


n 


207-5 (746-9) 




Carius 


J. p. [2], 2, 269 




>i :> 





i 


213-213-5 c. 




Nasiui 


B., 15, 2884 










(761) 










11 l! 


)> 





2134 




Kurbatow 


A., 173, 7 




Diethylic sulphate 


(EtO^Oj 


C 4 H 10 4 S 


110-120 


.... 


Wetherill 


A., 66, 117 


v., 625 





J) 


)I 


120-5 (45) ; 


] 














falls 2-5 


U. 24-5 


Villiers 


C. R, 9, 1291 


38, 797 








for each (5) 


J 











JJ 





SOS p. d. 


Liquid 


Claesson 


J. p. [2], 19, 231; 


36, 776 ; 38, 28 














B., 12, 1720 




3-Thiophenic aldehyde 


CH:CH.S.CH:C.COH 


C 5 H 4 OS 


- 


Liquid 


Peter 


B., 18, 537 


48, 765 


n- acid 


S.CH : CH.CH : C.COOH 


C 5 H 4 2 S 


258 c. 


IIS 


Meyer and Keis 


B., 16, 2174 


46,46 


,, 





A 




118 


Peter 


B., 18, 542 


48, 765 


., .... .... 


) 


n 


. 


118 


Bonz 


B., 18, 2309 




ft- n 11 


CH : CH.S.CH : C.COOH 

L J 


9' 


.. 


121 ; a.s. 123 


>i 


B., 18, 2305 




,, 


) 


r 




125-5 


11 


B., 18, 2306 




,, 


? 


j^ 




124-5-125 


Nahnsen 


B., 18, 2304 




n 11 j> 


> 


T? 


.... 


124-5 


Peter 


B., 17, 2646 


48, 142 








n 




124-5 


ji 


B., 18, 542 


48, 765 





Ji 







126-5 


11 


B., 17, 2646 


48, 51 


?i 


)> 


i? 




126-127 


Paul and Tafel 


B., 18, 456 


48, 764 





n 





260 c. 


129 c. 


Nahnsen 


B., 17, 2194 




Propylic thiacetate 


CH 3 .CO.SPr" 


CjH.oOS 


135-137 


.... 


Wallach & Bleibtreu 


B., 12, 1062 


36, 786 


Isopropylic 


CH 3 .CO.SPr0 





124-127 


.... 


11 


J) 


11 


Diethylic dithiocarbonate .... 


(EtS)jCO 


C^j.08, 


196 


Liquid 


Solomon 


J. p. [2], 4, 433 


26, 620 


)> i> 


n 


)) 


196-197 




Schmidt and Glutz 


B., 1, 167 




xanthogenate 


EtS.CS.SEt 


n 


200 


Liquid 


Debus 


A., 75, 125 


v., 500 


ii v 


H 


j> 


200 




Solomon 


J. p. [2], 4, 445 


26, 620 


11 11 





> 


210-212 


.... 


Zeise 


A., 55, 310 




,, thiocarbonate 


EtS.CO.OEt 


C S H 10 O.S 


150-156 


Liquid 


Solomon 


J. p. [2], 4, 436 


26, 617 


M ii 


n 


) 


156-159 


.... 


Liebermanu 


A., 207, 121 


42, 298 


11 11 


EtO.CS.OEt 


1) 


161 


Liquid 


Solomon 


J. p. [2], 4, 441 


26, 620 


11 ! 





) 


162 




Debus 


A., 75, 136 




Ethylic thiolactate 


CH 3 .CH(SH).COOEt 


1) 


150-160 


.... 


Lov6n 


B., 16, 790 




|3-Thienylglyoxylic acid 


C 4 SH 3 .CO.COOH 


C 6 H 4 3 S 


.... 


86 ; sf. 78 


Peter 


B., 18, 537 


48, 764 


Thiophene dicarboxylic acid 


C 4 SH 2 (COOH) 2 = ? 


C 6 H 4 O 4 S 


.... 


n. f. 295 


Bonz 


B., 18, 2307 




11 11 


=1.2.5 


)) 




w. m. 350 


Messinger 


B., 18, 567 


48, 767 


Phenol sulphhydrate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.SH =1.2 


O.H.OS 


216-217 


5-6 


Haitinger 


M. C., 4, 170 


44, 989 








(750-7) 










Acetothienone 


C 4 H 3 S.CO.Me 


1> 


213-5 c. 


1. 15 


Peter 


B., 17, 2644 


48, 141 


Benzene sulphinic acid _ .. 


Ph.SO 2 H 


C,H.O,S 




68 


Otto and Ostrop 


A., 141, 365 


vi., 275 


11 11 ! " 


)l 


11 


.... 


b. 100 


Kalle 


A., 119, 153 


v., 565 


Methylthiophene carboxylic 


CH : CMe.S.C(COOH) : CH 
1 1 


11 


sb. 120 


142 


Paal 


B., 18, 2254 


48, 1206 


acid 




















. 











3 K 2 



430 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Thiopyroracemic acid 


.... 


C.HAS 


.... 


87 d. 


Bottinger 


B., S), 404; A., 


30, 70 ; 34, 33 














188, 325 




Diethylic trithiodicarbonate 


S(CS.OEt) 2 


CjH^OiSj 


.... 


55 


Welde 


B., 9, 1045 ; J. p. 


30, 624 ; 32, 














[2], 15, 45 


315 


dioxytetrathiocar- 


2 (CS 2 Et) 2 (?) 


C 6 H, O 2 S 4 


.... 


28 


.... 


A., 72, 5 ; 82, 253 




bonate 
















thioxalate 


COOEt.CO.SEt 


C 6 H 10 3 S 


211u.c.;217c. 


.... 


Morley and Saiut 


43, 401 




Thiodilactic acid 


S(C 2 H 4 .COOH) 2 


C 6 H 10 4 S 


Mf 


125 


Lovuii 


B., 16, 790 




Sulphone dipropionic acid .... 


SO 2 (CHMe.COOH) 3 


C 6 H 10 6 S 


.. 


155-156 


51 


B., 17, 2822 


48, 241 


Isobutylic thiacetate 


CH 3 .CO.SBuP 


C 6 H 12 OS 


148-150 


.... 


Wallach & Bleibtreu 


B., 12, 1062 


36, 786 


Isoamylic xanthogenate 


C 5 H n S.CO.SH 


C 6 H, 2 OS 2 


187 


Liquid 


Johnson 


5, 142 


i., 206 


Duplothiacetone 







183-188 c. 


.... 


Wislicemis 


Z. C. [2], 5, 534 


vii., 12 


? 


.... 





Hit 


43-56 


.... 


J. [1866], 422 




? 


.. 





.... 


45-60 




B. S., 38, 129 




Ethylic ethylthioglygollate.... 


EtS.CHj.COOEt 


C 6 H 12 2 S 


187-189 


Liquid 


Claesson 


B., 8, 121 


29, 567 


? 


+H 2 


C6Hi 2 O,>S 4 


180-185 


80-82 




A. C. [5], 17,307 




Dipropyl sulphone 


(CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 ) 2 SO 2 


C 6 H 14 2 S 


.... 


29-30 


Spring&Winssinger 


B., 16, 329 




Di-#-isopropyl sulphone 


(Me 2 CH) 3 .SO 2 . 


) 




36 


Beckmann 


J. p. [2], 17, 459 


36, 38 


Ethylene diethyl 


C 2 H 4 : S0 2 Et 2 







136-5 


j) 


J. p. [2], 17, 469 


36, 39 


,, sulphoxide 


C 2 H 4 (SOEt) 2 


C,H 14 OA 




170 


Ewerlof 


B., 4, 717 


24, 1189 


Glyceric sulphaldehyde 


(C 3 H 6 S 2 0) 2 H 2 0. 


C 6 H 14 3 S 4 


180-185 


sf. 80-82 


Benard 


C. R., 82, 562 ; 


30, 64 ; 38, 25 














A. C. [5], 16, 289 




n-Thiobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 5 .COSH 


C 7 H 6 OS 


.... 


24 


Engelhard t, 


Z. C. [2], 4, 3.^3 


vi., 324 












Latschinoff, and 
















Malyscheff 






Hydrothiobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .SH.COOH =1.3- 


C 7 H 6 2 S 




146-147 


Frerichs 


B., 7, 793 


27, 9iX) 


Sulphobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 (S0 3 H)(C0 2 H)=1.3 


C 7 H 6 6 S 


.... 


80 


Kammerer & Cai ius 


A., 131, 156 


vi., 323 


>* 


= 1.4 


r 


.... 


abt. 200 A. 


Rerosen 


Z, C. [2], 7, 297 ; 


24, 1053; 9, 














A., 178, 275 


258 


11 :r . 


!! >r 





.... 


abt. 200 


Wiesinger & Voll- 


B., 10, 1715 














brecht 






n 


= 1.2 







240 d. 


Fahberg & Eemsen 


B., 12, 473 




Sulphosalicylic acid .... 


COOH.OH.S0 3 H=1.2.? 


C 7 H 6 6 S 




120 


Mendius 


A., 103, 39 


v., 525 


Sulphohydroxybenzoic acid.... 


= 1.3..? 


)J 




208 


Senhofer 


A., 152, 102 


vi., 890 


Disulphobenzoic acid 


COOH.(S0 3 H) 2 =1.2.4 


C 7 H 6 8 S 2 




a. 285 


Fahlberg 


A. C. J., 2, 188 


40, 818 


Methylphenyl sulphone 


CjH5.SOj.Me 


C 7 H 8 2 S 




88 


Michael & Palmer 


A. C. J., 6, 253 


48, 536 





J1 


)r 


.... 


88-89 


Otto 


B., 18, 156 


48, 536 


Toluene sulphinic acid 


C 6 H 4 Me.SOjH=1.4 


)j 


.... 


84 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 53.8 


ir 


53 ) 


T) 




85 


Otto 


B., 15, 131 




5) n 


TJ )i 


)) 


.... 


85 


Otto and Eossing 


B., 18, 2505 




n 


V 


)J 




86 


Otto 


Z. C. [1866], 655 


v., 861 


Ethylic 0-thiophenate 


CH : CH.S.CH : C.COOEt 


)) 


218 c. 


Liquid 


Nahnsen 


B., 17, 2195 


48, 52 


thiocarbacetacetate.... 


s : c : CAc.cooEt 


C 7 H 8 3 S 


sf. 152 


150-162 


Norton and Oppen- 


B., 10, 703 














heim 






Toluene sulphonic acid 


C,H 4 Me.SO,H=I.2 





.... 


91-92 


Hiibner and Miiilei 


Z. C., 14, 299 


24, 1055 


Cresol sulphonic acid 


Me.OH.SO 3 H=1.2.4 


C 7 H 8 4 S 


.... 


80-81 




J. [1879], 758 




it ,, 


=1.4.6 


n 


anhydrous 


187-188 ; 


Jenssen 


A., 172, 237; B., 


27, 480; 28, 77; 








+5H 2 


98-5 




7,57 


vii., 932 


Toluene trisulphonic acid ... 


Me.(S0 3 H)=? 


C 7 H 8 9 S 3 


+6H 2 O 


145 


Claessou 


B., 14, 308 


40, 429 


2 


.... 


C 7H 12 O 3 S 2 


165 




Cech and Steiuer 


C. R., 81, 155 


28, 1255 


Isobutylic ethylic xantho- 


EtS.CS.OBuS 


C 7 H 14 OS 2 


227-228 


.... 


Mylius 


B., 5, 975 


26, 266 


genate 
















Ethylic isobutylic thiocar- 


Bu0S.CO.OEt 


C 7 H 14 2 S 


190 193 




73 


B., 6, 313 


26, 872 


bonate 
















Isobutylic ethylic thiocar- 


EtS.CO.OBuS 


3) 


190-195 




1) 


jj 


JJ 


bonate 
















Isoamylethyl sulphoxide 


Et(C 5 H u )SO 


C 7 H 18 OS 




s. 16 


Saytzetf 


A., 139, 354 


vi., 123, 599 


-isoamyl ethyl sulphone .... 


(Me 2 CH.CH 2 CH,).S0 2 .Et 


C 7 H 16 2 S 


270 


13-5 


Beckmann 


J. p. [2], 17, 450 


36, 38 


Ethylic amylic sulphite 


Et(C 5 H n )S0 3 


C,H 16 3 S 


210-225 p. d. 




C'arius 


A., 106, 291 


v., 555 


Thiophthalic anhydride 


C 6 H 4 .CO.OCS=1.2 

L J 


C S H 4 O 2 S 


284 


114 


Grsebe & Zschokke 


B., 17, 1176 46, 1025 


Isophthalosulphonic acid 


(COOH),,SO 3 H=1.3.4 


C 8 H 6 7 S 


.... 


235-240 


Jacobsen & Toinnes 


B., 13, 1556 40, 50 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



437 



Name. 


Constitution, 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isophthalosulphonic acid 


(COOH) 2 .S0 3 H=1.3.4 


C 8 H 6 7 S 


.... 


fj$&44 


Coale and Eemsen 


A. C. J., 3, 204 


40, 1038 


> 


= 1.3.5 


)) 




257 d. 


Tonnies 


B., 13, 704 


40, 50 


Thiophenol acetate .... 


C 6 H s .SAc 


C 3 H 8 OS 


218-220 u.c. 


... 


Michler 


B., 7, 1312 


28, 258 








227-229 c. 










,, .... .... 








228-230 c. 


Liquid 





A., 176, 177 


28, 761 


Phenyl thioglycollic acid .... 


PhS.CH 2 .COOH 


C 8 H 8 O 2 S 


.... 


43-5 


Claesson 


B. S. [2], 23, 441 


29, 567 





1 


) 




61-62 


Gabriel 


B., 12, 1639 




,, sulphinacetic acid .... 


Ph.SO.CHj.COOH 


C 8 H 8 3 S 




74 


Claesson 


B. S. [2], 23, 446 


29, 568 


sulphonacetic acid .... 


Ph.S0 2 .CH. 2 .COOH 


C 8 H 8 4 S 


.... 


109 


u 





i 


ij )> 


J 


)> 




110-111 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 834 


40, 716 


Dimethylic thiophene dicarb- 


C 4 SH 2 (COOMe) 2 =1.2.5 


)) 




142 ; sf. 137 


Messinger 


B., 18, 567 


48, 767 


oxylate 
















U Jl 11 


)) 11 


)1 


.... 


145 


> 


B., 18, 1639 


48, 1052 


?) )1 51 


= I 


J 


.... 


145-5 


Bonz 


B., 18, 2307 




Sulphotoluic acid 


COOH.Me.SO 3 H=1.4.2 


C 8 H 8 5 S 


cf.A.,172,32- 


190 


Fittica 


B., 6, 942 


26, 1228 


,, 


= 1.4.! 





.... 


d. w. m., 


Fischli 


B., 12, 617 


36, 639 










185-190 








Acetothioxylene 


C 4 SHMe 2 Ac=1.2.5.3 


C 8 H 10 OS 


223-224 c. 


Liquid 


Messinger 


B., 18, 2301 


48, 1205 


Phenyl ethyl sulphone .... Ph.SOj.Et 


CsH.oO^ 




41-42 


Otto 


B., 18, 161 


48, 537 


1J 1) >1 " 


5* 


>J 




42 


Beck m aim 


J. p. [2], 17, 457 


36, 39 


H 1 


J) 


1 


a. 300 


41-43 


Otto 


B., 13, 1274 


38, 810 


Metliyltolylsulphoue 


C 6 H 4 Me.(SO 2 .Me)=1.4 


) 


.... 


86-87 





B., 18, 161 


48, 537 


Xylene sulphinic acid 


Me 2 .S0 2 H=1.3.4 





mixture ? 


42-50 


Jacobsen 


B., 10, 1011 




11 i> 


= 1.2.4 


T 


.... 


83 





M 


32, 601 


11 i> 


=1.4.5 


Jl 


.... 


84-85 


>! 


B., 11, 22 


34, 411 


sulphonic acid 


Me 2 SO 3 H=1.3.4 


C 8 H I0 : ,S 


.... 


53 Limpricht 


B., 18, 2188 




Diethylic dithiosuccinate .... 


(.CH,.COSEt) 2 


C 8 H 14 OjS 2 


270-271 


Liquid 


Seifert 


J. p. [2], 31, 462 


48, 1057 


Ethylene ethyl xanthate 


C 2 H 4 (S.CS.OEt) z 


C 8 H 14 3 S 4 


.... 


42 


Welde 


B., 9, 1047 ; J. p 


30, 624 ; 32, 














[2], 15, 55 


137 


Diethylic thiodiglycollate .... 


.... 


C 8 H 14 4 S 


240-250 


.... 


Schulze 


Z. C. [1865], 78 




11 11 


.... 


?J 


267-268 <: 


.... 


Wisliscenus 


Z. C. [1865], 261 


v., 777 


dithioglycollate .... 


(.S.CH 2 .COOEt) 3 


C 3 H 14 4 S 2 


280 d. 


Liquid 


Claesson 


B., 14, 411 


40, 581 


Sulplioue dibutyric acid 


SO 2 (CHEt.COOH)j 


C,H 14 6 S 


.... 


152 


Loven 


B., 17, 2824 


48, 241 


diisobutyric acid .... 


SOj(CMe.,.COOH) 2 


Jj 




188 


n 


B., 17, 2825 





Dibutyl oxysulphide 


(Me.CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 ).,SO 


C 8 H 1S OS 


cf.B.,7, 1650 


32 


Grabowsky 


A., 175, 349 


28, 629, 1 1 75 


Diisobutyl oxysulphide 


(Me 2 CH.CH 2 ) 2 SO 


r 


.... 


41 


Saytzeft' and Gra- 


A., 171, 257 


27, 565 












bowsky 






i >- 










68-5 


Beckmann 


J. p. [2], 17, 439 


36, 37 


aulphone.... 


(MejCH.CH 2 ) 2 SOj 


C 8 H 18 3 S 


205 


17 


i> 


J. p. [2], 17, 448 


36, 38 


Dibutyl sulphone 


(Me.CHj.CHj.CH.-X.SO. 


IT 


cf.B.,7, 1650 


43-5 


Grabowsky 


A., 175, 350 


28, 629, 1175 


Thiocinnamic acid 


Ph.cn : CH.COSH" 


C 9 H 8 OS 


250 p.d. 


.... 


Engelhardt, Latschi- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 359 


vi., 470 












notf, & MalyschefF 






Sulphocinnamic acid 


(S0 3 H)(CH:CH.COOH) 


C 9 H 9 5 S 


+5H 2 O 


100 


Rudneu 


A., 173, 12 


28, 76 




=1.4 














Ethylic thiobenzoate 


Ph.CO.SEt 


C 9 H 10 OS 


242-243 


Liquid 


Engelhardt, Latschi- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 356 


vi., 325 












noff, & Malysclieff 






Benzylthioglycollic acid 


Ph.CHj.S.CHj.COOH 


C 9 H 10 0.,S 




58-59 


Gabriel 


B., 12, 1641 


38, 34 


Sulphotolylene ethylene 




J) 


.... 


75-76 


Otto 


A., 143, 205 ; 


v., 861 ; vi., 














Z. C. [1866], 655 


1060 


a-Hydroxy a-thiophenylpro- 


PhS.CMe(OH).COOH 


C 9 H 10 3 S 


v. 100 


87 


Baumann 


B., 18, 263 


48, 514 


piouic acid 
















Toluene sulphonacetic acid .... 


Me.(SOj.CH 2 .COOH)=1.4 


C 9 H 10 O 4 S 




117-118-5 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 834 


40, 716 


i 





n 




117-119 


Otto 


B., 18, 161 


48, 537 


Phenylpropyl sulphone 


Ph.S0 2 .Pra 


C-yH^OgO 


.... 


45 


Michael & Palmer 


A. C. J., 7, 65 


48, 986 


Tolylethyl sulphone 


CH 3 .C 6 H 4 .S0 2 .Et=1.4 


)) 




55-56 


Otto 


B., 18, 161 


48, 537 


,, .... 


*> ) 


5 


.... 


56 





B., 13, 1276 


38, 811 


Mesitylene sul]>hinic acid .... 


Me 3 .SO 2 H= 1.3.5.6 


I) 




98-99 


Holtmayer 


Z. C. [1867], 687 


vi., 301 


Pseudocumene sulphinic acid 


=1.3.4.6 







98 


Budloif 


B., 11, 32 


34, 414 


Hydroxyethyleue tolyl sul- 


HO.C 2 H 4 .SO. .C 6 H 4 Me= 1 . 4 


C 9 H 12 3 S 




54 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 538 


phone 
















Ethylic toluene sulphonate ... 


C 6 H 4 Me.SO 3 Et 


M 


.... 


32 


.... 




v., 860 


Mesitylene sulphonic acid ... 


Me 3 .SO 3 H 1.3.5.6 


u - 


+ 2HjO 


77 


Rose 


Z. C. [2], 6, 341 


it., 787 



438 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Mesitylene sulphonic acid ... 


Me 3 .SO 3 H=1.3.5.6 


C 9 H 12 3 S 




abt. 100 


Jacobsen 


A., 145, 85 


vii., 787 


Sulphocamphoric acid 


.... 


C 9 H 16 6 S 




160-165 


Walter 


A. C. [3], 9, 177 


v., 490 


Diisobutylic xanthate 


Bu0O.CS.SBu0 


C,H 19 OS 2 


247-250 


.... 


Mylius 


B., 5, 975 


26, 266 


Ethylic isoatnylthioglycollate 


C 6 H 11 S.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 9 H 18 2 S 


230 


cf. B., 8, 122 


Claesson 


B. S., 23, 446 


29, 568 


a-Naphthalene sulphinic acid 


C 10 H 7 .S0 2 H 


C 10 H 8 2 S 




High temp. 


Gessner 


B., 9, 1500 


31, 315 


/3- sulphonic acid 


JJ 







105 


11 


B., 9, 1502 


31, 316 


"- 11 11 


C 10 H 7 .S0 3 H 


C 10 H 8 O 3 S 




85-90 


.... 


.... 


v., 560 


a-Naphthol sulphonic acid ... 


C 10 H 6 (OH).SO S H 


C 10 H 8 4 S 




d. 100 


Schaffer 


B., 2, 93 




n- ., ... 










101 d. 


51 


A., 153, 293 


vi., 860 


- - 


n 







101 


Clcve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


P" 11 11 11 


1) 







12Z 


Ebert and Merz 


B., 9, 611 


30, 410 


P~ 11 11 11 


M 





cf. 39, 135 


196 


Sehaffer 


A., 153, 296 


vi., 860 


Phenylene dithiacetic acid ... 


C 6 H 4 (S.CH 2 .COOH) 2 =1.3 


C 10 H 10 O 4 S 2 


.... 


127 


Gabriel 


B., 12, 1639 


38, 33 


Trimethylic thiophentricar- 


C 4 SH(COOMe) 3 =1.2.3.? 


C 10 H 10 6 S 




118 


Messinger 


B., 18, 2303 


48, 1205 


boxylate 
















Ethylic phenylthioglycollic 


PhS.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 10 H 12 2 S 


275-285 


.... 


Claesson 


B. S. [2J 23, 441 


29, 567 


acid 
















11 11 11 








S76-278p.d. 




M 







Ethylic methylthiosalicylate 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.COSEt=1.2 





197-198 (80) 


Liquid 


Seifert 


J. p. [2], 31, 462 


48, 1058 


Phenylsulphonethylic acetate 


Ph.SO 2 .C 2 H 4 .OAe 


C, 10 H, 2 O 4 S 


.... 


1. -12 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 171 


48, 262 


Ethylic phenylsulphonacetate 


Ph.SO 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 







45 


Michael & Comey 


A. C. J., 5, 116 


46, 319 


Diethylic thiophendicarboxy- 


C 4 SH 2 (COOEt) 2 = 1.2.5 





.... 


46 


Messinger 


B., 18, 1639 


48, 1052 


late 
















a-Cymene sulphonic acid 


Me.Pr.SO 3 H=1.4.2 


C 10 H 14 O 3 S 




50-51 


Spica 


B., 14, 654 


40, 602 


n * 11 11 11 


= 1.4.3 







86-87 


11 


B., 14, 635 





?- 


Me.Pr.SO 3 H=1.3.2 







86-87 





B., 16, 792 




P~ >) >j 


Me.PrP.SO 3 H=1.3.? 





.... 


88-90 


Kelbe 


A., 210, 26, 31 


42,300 


a ~ )1 


Me.Pr.SO 3 H=1.4.3 





.... 


130-131 u. c. 


Glaus 


B., 14, 2143 


42, 196; 44, 320 


" .1 11 n 


=1 4.2 







177 


Fittica 


B., 7, 1361 


28, 266 


tl ~ n 11 11 


11 n 





.... 


220 


Glaus 


B., 14, 2143 




a- ,, 


11 





-H3H 2 O 


78-79 





M 




11 11 n 


Me.Pr0.S0 3 H=1.4.2 


n 




270 


Fittica 


.... 


40, 602 


Isodurene sulphonic aeid ... 


Me 4 .SO 3 H = 1.2.3.5.6 


,, 


+^H 2 O 


100 


Bielefeldt 


A., 198, 381 


38,37 


Thianissic acid 




C 10 H 14 O 4 S 


+2H 2 


b. 200 


Stiidler & Waehter 


A., 116, 163 


v., 774 


Tsobutylic isoamylie xanthate 


Bu0O.CS.SC 6 H n 


C 10 H 20 OS 2 


265-270 p. d. 


c. f. B., 5, 975 


Mylius 


B. S., 19, 221 


26, 266 


Diisoamyl sulphoxide 


(C 5 H n ) s SO 


C 10 H 22 OS 


.... 


37-38 


Satyzeff 


A., 139, 355 


vi., 116 


sulphone 


(Me 2 CH.CH 2 .CH 2 ) 2 SO 2 


CjoH^OjS 


295 p. d. 


31 


Beckmaiin 


J. p. [2], 17, 441 


36, 38 


Diamylic sulphite 


(C 5 H n ),S0 3 


C 10 H 23 O 3 S 


230-250 




Carius 


A., 106, 291 


v., 553 


Phenyl thienyl ketone 


Ph.CO.C 4 H 3 S 


C n H 9 OS 


abt. 300 


55 


Comey 


B., 17, 791 


46, 1168 


y-Sulphonaphthoie aeid 


S0 3 H.COOH=a ; 


C n H 8 6 S 




182-185 


Strumpf 


A., 188, 7 


34, 74 


ft- n 11 


11 =pa ; 







218-222 d. 


M 


A., 188, 5 


n 


8 - 11 11 


=a/3; 


11 




229-230 d. 





A., 188, 10 


11 


- v ,1 


11 =aa ; 







230-240 


Battershall 


A., 168, 114 ; 


vii., 838; 25, 














Z.C. [2], 7, 673 


699 


" 11 11 


11 11 







235 


Strumpf 


A., 188, 3 


34, 74 


Ethylic thiocinnamate 


Ph.CH:CH.COSEt 


C U H 12 OS 


250 d. 


MM 




Z.C. [1868], 359 




Toluene dithiacetic aeid 


Me.C B H 3 (S.CH 2 COOH),, 


C U H 12 O 4 S 2 


.... 


151-151-5 


Gabriel 


B., 12, 1640 


38,33 


Ethylic benzylthioglycollate 


Ph.CH 2 .S.CH 2 .COOEt 




275-290 


>. ii 





B., 12, 1641 


38, 34 


Diethylic sulphosalicylate .... 


OH.COOEt.SO 3 Et=1.2.? 


C n H 14 O 6 S 


MM 


56 


Mendius 


A., 103, 62 


v., 526 


Isobutyltoluene sulphonic 


Me.Bu0.SO 3 H=1.3.? 


C,,H 16 O 3 S 




75-76 


Kelbe and Baur 


B., 16, 2559 


46, 300 


acid 
















Diisoamylic dithiocarbonate 


CO(S.C 5 H n ) 2 


C n H 22 OS 2 


281 


Liquid 


Schmidt and Glutz 


B., 1, 169 




Diphenylene sulphone 


C 6 H 4 .S0 2 .C f H 4 


C 12 H,AS 


.... 


230 


.... 


A., 156,334; 174, 
















188 




Diphenylene disulphone 


c a H 4 :(so 2 ) 2 :c 6 H 4 


C 12 H S O 4 S 2 


.... 


a. 300 


Grwbe 


A., 179, 182 


29, 579 


Phenyl sulphone 


Ph.SO2.Ph 


C 12 H 10 O 2 S 




100 


Mitscherlich 


P. A., 31, 628 


v., 486 


11 11 


11 







124 


Beckhurts and Otto 


B., 11, 2067 


36, 242 


11 11 


,i 





.... 


126 


Stenhouse 


P. R. S., 14, 351 


v., 489 


11 11 


11 







125-126 


Knapp 


Z. C. [2], 5, 41 


vi., 276 


11 11 


11 





.... 


128 


Freund 


A., 120, 81 


v., 486 


n D .... 


" 





.... 


138-129 


Otto 


A., 135, 154 


>' 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING POUR ELEMENTS. 



439 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isophenyl sulphone 


.... 


C 12 H 10 2 S 


.... 


230 


Stenhouse 


P. R. S., 18, 543 


vi., 277; vii., 
















941 


Dipheny] sulphinic acid 


C 6 H 5 .C 6 H 4 .S0 2 H 


11 


.... 


d. 70 


Gabriel & Deutsch 


B., 13, 388 


38, 477 


Phenol sulphide 


S(C 6 H 4 .OH) 2 


i> 




143-144 


Krafft 


B., 7, 1165 


28, 154 


Phenylic thiobenzene sulpho 


Ph.S0 2 .SPh 


C 12 H 10 O 2 S 2 




36 


Otto 


A., 145, 318 


vi., 919 


nate 
















11 


) 


11 


.... 


45 


Pauly and Otto 


B., 9, 1640 


31, 463 


> " 





11 


.... 


45 


Otto and Rossing 


B., 18, 2500 




Diphenol disulphide 


S 2 (C 6 H 4 .OH) 2 =(1.2) 2 


11 


a. 200 d. 


Liquid 


Haitinger 


M. C., 4, 166 


44, 988 


Phenylic phenylsulphonate... 


C,H s .S0 3 Ph 


C 12 H 10 O 3 S 


.... 


35 


Schiaparelli 


G. I., 11, 65 


40, 602 


Oxysulphobenzide 


S0 2 (C 6 H 4 .OH) 2 


C 12 H 10 4 S 


.... 


293 or 239 


Annaheim 


A., 172, 28 


27, 796 


Diphenj'l disulphonic acid .... 


(.C 6 H 4 .S0 3 H) 2 


C 12 H 10 O 6 S 2 


.... 


72-5 


Fittig 


A., 132, 209 


v., 565 


Benzyl sulphone .... m . 


(CeH^CH^O, 


C 12 H U 2 S 




150 


Vogt & Henninger 


A. C. [4], 25, 129 


25, 1097 


Ethylic thioisophthalate 


C 6 H 4 (COSEt) 2 =1.3 


C 12 H 14 2 S 2 


.... 


easily 


Luckenbach 


B., 17, 1428 


46, 1158 


Isoamylic thiobenzoate 


Ph.COSC 5 H u 


C] 2 H 16 OS 


271 p. d. 


Liquid 


Engelhardt, Lats- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 356 


vi., 325 












chinoff, and Maly- 
















scheff 






Ethylic ethylpheuylsulphon- 


Ph.SOj.CHEt.COOEt 


Ci 2 H 16 O 4 S 


.... 


62 


Michael & Palmer 


A. C. J., 7, 65 


48, 986 


acetate 
















Toluylene amylene disul- 


C 6 H 10 :(S0 2 ) 2 :0 6 H 3 Me 


C 12 H 16 O 4 S 2 




35-36 


Otto 


A., 143, 223, 


vi., 1060 


phone 
















? 




C 12 H,,O 6 S 2 




78-79 


11 


A., 143, 224 


1 


Dipropylbenzene sulphourc 


Pr 2 .S0 3 H=1.4.5 


Ci 2 H 18 O 3 S 


.... 


62 


Korner 


B., 11, 1864 


36, 142 


acid 
















Ethylic acetoacetate sul- 


S(CHAc.COOEt) 2 


CuHi 8 O 6 S 


.... 


80-81 


Buchka 


B., 18, 2092 


48, 1200 


phide 
















Diisoamyldisulphocarbonic 


(C 6 H U 0) 2 CS 4 


C 12 H 2 _,O 2 S 4 


187 


.... 


Johnson 


5, 142 


v., 496 


sulphide 
















Ethyleue diisoamyl sulphone 


C 2 H 4 (S.00 6 H n ) 2 


C 12 H,, 6 O 2 S 2 


.... 


14&-150 


Ewerlof 


B., 4, 717 


24, 1189 


Benzophenoue sulphone 


C,H 4 .OO.C 6 H 4 .S0 2 


C] 3 H 8 O 3 S 


.... 


174-175 


Beckraann 


B., 8, 992 


29, 583 


11 


) 


i 




186-187 


11 


B., 6, 1112 


27, 157 


Phenylic thiobenzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COSPh 


C 13 H 10 OS 


._. 


56 


Schiller and Otto 


B., 9, 1634 


31, 468 


Sulphobenzid carbonic acid.... 


Ph.SO 2 .C 6 H 4 .COOH=1.4 


Ci 3 Hi O 4 S 




a. 300 


Michael and Adair 


B., 11, 119 


34, 415 


Phenyl tolylsulphone 


C 6 H 4 Me.(S0 2 .Ph)=1.4 


<AsH, a O 3 S 




124-5 


11 


B., 11, 116 


11 


i i' 


>i 11 


11 




124-125 


Beckurts and Otto 


E., 11, 2068 


36, 243 


Diphenylmethane disul- 


C 13 H 10 (S0 3 H) 2 


C 13 H 12 O 6 S 2 




59 


Doer 


B., 5, 796 


26, 170 


phonic acid 
















Ethylic allylphenylsulphon- 


Ph.SO 2 .CH(C 3 H 6 ).COOEt 


G U H, 6 O 4 S 


.... 


64-5 


Michael & Palmer 


A. C. J., 7, 65 


48, 986 


acetate 
















Erythrohydroxyanthraqui- 


c 6 H 4 :(co) 2 :c,H 2 ^o 2 .o 


C J4 H 6 6 S 




d. b. 100 


Lifschutz 


B., 17, 900 


46, 1189 


none sulphonic anhydride 


1 














Thiobenzoic anhydride 


(Ph.CO) 2 S 


C 14 H 10 O 2 S 


.... 


48 


Jngelhardt, Latschi- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 357 


vi., 325 












noff, & Malyscheff 






Benzoyl disulphide 


(Ph.CO) 3 S 2 


CiiH 10 OjSj 


... 


120 


Cloez 


A., 115, 27 


v., 775 


11 ii 


It 


11 


.... 


128 


Sngelhardt, Latschi- 


Z. C [2], 4, 358 


vi., 326 












nofF, & Malyscheff 






Dithiohydroxybenzoic acid .... 


S 2 (C 6 H 4 .COOH) : ,=(1.3) ;I 


Ci 4 H 10 4 S 2 


.... 


242-244 


Trerichs 


B., 7, 794 


27, 990 


11 I! 


) 


ji 


.... 


242-244 


Jiibner and Lipp- 


Z. C-i 1870, 294 


vii., 1115, 1155 












inann 






)! II 










242 


Griess 


J. p. [2], 1, 103 


vii., 168 


Sulphobenzid-dicarbonic acid 


S0 2 (C 6 H 4 COOH) 2 =(1.4) 2 


CuHi O 6 S 




a. 300 


Michael and Adair 


B., 11, 121 


34, 415 


Benzylic thiobenzoate 


C 6 H 5 .COS.CH 2 Ph 


C 14 H Ia OS 


.... 


39-5 


lichter 


R. K. T. 




Tolylic thiobenzoate 


C 6 H 6 .COS.C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 


n 


.... 


75 


Schiller and Otto 


B., 9, 1636 


31, 469 


Diphenyl sulphacetic acid .... 


Ph.C 6 H 4 .S.CH 2 .COOH 


C 14 H 12 O 2 S 


.... 


169-170 


Gabriel & Deutsch 


B., 13, 389 


38, 477 


Phenylmercaptane-benzoyl- 


PhS.CPh(OH).COOH 


C 14 H, 2 O 3 S 


.... 


68-5 


iaumaun 


B., 18, 891 


48, 749 


forraic acid 
















Benzyl oxysulphide 


(Ph.CH 2 ) 2 OS 


C 14 H 14 OS 


.... 


130 


Marcker 


A., 136, 90 


v., 859 


ii ii 


)> 


)) 


.... 


33 


Otto and Luders 


B., 13, 1284 


38, 811 


Benzyl sulphone 


(Ph.CH,) a SOj 


14 H u O a S 




50 


11 


B., 13, 1277, 1284 


) 





) 


? 


.... 


50 


Vogt & Henninger 


A. C. [4], 25, 129 


vii., 185 


Benzyltolyl sulphone 


Ph.CH 2 .SO.,.C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 


>i 


f 


44-145 


Otto 


B., 13, 1278 


38, 811 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tolyl sulphoue 


(0 6 H 4 Me) 2 S0 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 14 2 S 


.... 


155-156 


Otto and Grubert 


A., 154, 193 ; 


vi., 289 ; vii., 














Z. C. [2], 6, 33 


185,1125 


11 11 .... * 


11 11 





.... 


158 


Beckurts and Otto 


B., 11, 2068 




n ,1 .. ' 








404-5-40.V2 


158 


Otto 


B., 12, 1177 


36, 926 








(714) 










Phenylxylyl sulphone 


Ph.SO 2 .C 6 H 3 Me. 







80 


Bjckurts and Otto 


B., 1 1, 2069 


36, 243 


Toluene disulphexide 


C 6 H 4 Me.SO 2 .S.C 6 H 4 Me 


C 14 H 14 O 2 S 2 




74 


Marcker 


A., 136, 83 


v., 859 




=(l-4) 2 














11 11 


! -M 





.... 


74-75 


Otto and Eossing 


B., 18, 2505 


48, 1232 


i 11 " 


11 >1 







74-76 


Otto 


B., 15, 131 




11 11 


1 11 





.... 


76 


Otto, Lowenthal 


Z. C. [2], 4, 623 


vi., 289 












and Grubert 






Dimethoxyphenyl d {sulphide 


S,,(C 6 H 4 .OMe) 2 =(1.2) 2 







119c. 


Haitinger 


M. C., 4, 168 


44, 988 


Ethylic diphenylsulphonate 


C 6 H 5 .C (i H 4 .SO 3 Et 


C 14 H ]4 O 3 S 




73-74 


Gabriel & Deutsch 


B., 13, 388 


38, 477 


Methyl oxysulphobenzide .... 


SO 2 (C 6 H 4 .OMe) 2 


C 14 H I4 4 S 




130 


Annaheim 


A., 172, 45 


27, 796 


Ethylene diphenylsulphone.... 


C 2 H 4 (S0 2 .Ph) 2 


C 14 H 14 O 4 S 2 


.... 


179-5-180 


Otto 


B., 13, 1280 


38, 811 


.1 11 








.... 


179-5-180 


Otto and Dam- 


J. p. [2], 30, 171 


48, 262 












k6hler 






Benzyltoluene disulphonic 


fr. Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 


C' 14 H 14 O,;S 2 




38 


Zincke 


B., 5, 685 


25, 1005 ; vii., 


acid 














183 


Phenylcournarin .sulphouic 


C 16 H 9 O 2 .S0 3 H 


C 15 H 10 O 6 S 


+ 2JH 2 O 


262 d. 


Curatolo 


G. I., 14, 257 


48, 539 


acid 
















PhenylcouruariB tiisulphonie 


C 16 H*0 2 (S0 3 H) 2 


C 15 H 10 O 8 S. 2 


+6H 2 O 


18 


11 





n 


acid 
















(i-Dithiophenyl propionic 


(PhS) 2 CMe.COOH 


c, 5 H 14 o 2 a, 


.... 


113-114 


Baumann 


R, 18, 65 


48, 514 


acid 
















Plienylsulphonethyl benzoate 


Ph.S0 2 .C 2 H 4 .OBz 


C 15 H,,0 4 S 


.... 


124-125 


Otto & Damkfihler 


J. p._[2], 30, 171 


48, 262 


Ethylene phenyltolylsul- 


Ph.SO 3 .C 2 H 4 .SO 2 .C 6 H 4 Me 


C 15 H 16 O 4 S 2 


.... 


162 


11 





42,263 


phone 


=1.4 














Atronine sulphene 


.... 


C 16 H 10 2 S 




193 


Fittig 


A., 206, 63 


40, 427 


o-Naphthyl phenyl sulphone 


C 10 H 7 .SO 2 .Ph 


C 16 H 12 O 2 S 




99-5-lOQ-o 


Michael and Adair 


B., 10, 585 


32, 613 


P* H 1} 11 










115-116 u.c. 





B., 10, 587 





11 11 11 11 








.... 


121 


Chrustschoff 


B., 7, 1167 


28, 162 


Atronylene sulphonic acid ... 


C 16 H U .SO 3 H 


C, 6 H 12 O 3 S 




258 p.d. 


Fittig 


A., 206, 61 ; B., 


38, 120; 40, 














12, 1739 


427 


Atronol 


C 16 H 13 .SO 3 H 


Cj 6 H 14 O 3 S 




130-131 p.d. 





A., 206, 52 


40, 427 


Diphenyldisulphacetic acid .... 


(.C 6 H 4 .S.CH 2 .COOH) 2 


C 16 H 14 O 4 S 2 




252 


Gabriel & Deutsch 


B., 13, 390 


38, 477 


Tolylsulphonethylic benzoate 


i|Bzp.C 2 H 4 .S0 2 .C 6 H 4 Me= 1 .4 


C 1B H 16 4 s" 




175 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 538 


Ethyl oxysulphobenzide 


S0 2 (C 6 H 4 .OEt) 2 






159 


Annaheim 


J.p. [2], 1,14; 2, 


vii., 886 ; 27, 














385; A., 172,52 


797 


Ethylene ditolyl sulphone ... 


C 2 H 4 (S0 2 .C r ,H 4 Me) 2 =(1.4), 


16 H 18 O 4 S 2 




200 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 537 


Diphenylsulphonethyl sul- 


S(C a H 4 .SO a .Ph), 


C 16 H 1S O 4 S 3 




123 


11 







phide 
















,i oxide.... 


0(C 2 H 4 .S0 2 .Ph) 2 


C 16 H,AS 2 




69-70 





J. p. [2], 30, 171 


48, 263 


11 


.... 






88 


B 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 537 


Sulphocetenic acid 


.... 


C 16 H 32 O 3 S 


.... 


18 


Lasarenko 


B., 7, 125 




Ethylic benzylphdiiyl sul- 


PhSO 2 .CH(CH 2 Ph).COOEt 


17 Hi 8 O 4 S 




95-96 


Michael & Comey 


A. C. J., 5, 116 


46, 319 


phon acetate 
















? 


Ph.S0 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.S0 2 .Ph 


C 18 H 14 O;,S 2 




123 


Schiaparelli 


G. I., 11, 65 


40, 603 


Ditolylsuphonethyl sulphide 


(C 6 H 4 Me.S0 2 .C 2 H 4 ) 2 S 


C^OA 




150-160 


Otto & Damkohler 


J. p. [2], 30, 321 


48, 538 


Ditolylsulphonethyl oxide .... 


(C 6 H 4 Me.S0 2 .C 2 F 4 ) 2 


W>A 


.... 


83 





.i 


11 


? 


CsoHjA +S0 3 


OeHuOjS 




140-150 


Baeyer 


A., 183, 1 


31, 199 


Dinaphthyl sulphoxide 


SO(C 10 H 7 ) 2 


C^OS 




162 u.c. 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 2603 


48, 171 


sulphone 


(C 10 H 7 ) 2 S0 2 


C 20 H 14 2 S 




70 




.... 


v., 522 


- 


i. 


11 


cf. B. 9, 683 


123 


Stenhouse & Gi-oves 


C. N., 32, 151 


30, 518 


P" 11 n 


11 








177 








)( 


11 11 11 





H 


cf. B. 10, 1723 


175-5 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 25, 356 


30, 81 ; 34, 154 


Phenylmercaptole of benzoyl 


(PhS) a CPh.COOH 


C, H 16 O 2 Si 




142 


Baumann 


B., 18, 891 


48, 749 


formic acid 
















Phenylmercaptal of piperonal 


(W>,:(SPh), 


, 5 




48 


,, 


B., 18, 886 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



441 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Galipeine sulphate 


C. 20 H 21 3 N + H 2 S0 4 


C 2( ,H 23 7 S(?) 


+ 7H 2 


15 


K6rner& Bohringer 


G. I., 13, 363 


46, 341 


Amyl oxysulphobeuzide 


S0 2 (C 6 H 4 .OC 5 H n ) 2 


GftHjoQJS 




98 


Annaheiin 


A., 172, 55 


27, 797 


Methoxycymene sulphone .... 


SO 2 (C 6 H 2 MePr.OMe) 2 


1) 




150-151 


Paterud 


G. I. [1875], 13 


28,639 


Diphenyl sulphone .... ^.. 


S0 2 (C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 5 ) 2 


C^I^AS 




214-216 


Gabriel and Deutscli 


B., 13, 387 


38, 476 


Ethylic dibenzylphenyl sul- 


PhS0 2 .C(CH 2 Ph) 2 .COOEt 


C 24 H 24 O 4 S 




118 


Michael and Comey 


A. C. J., 5, 116 


46, 319 


phonacetate 
















/3-Naphthalene diuaphthyl- 


C 10 H,:SO(C 10 H 7 ) 2 


CvayU-OyOfe 


.... 


111 u.e. 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 2602 


48, 170 


sulphoxide 
















Carvol + H,S 


(C,,H 14 0) 2 .SH Z 


^ / 32-*"*3o^2" 


.... 


187 


Beyer 


A. P. [3], 21, 283 


46, 331 


Meliiiointriaulphonic acid .... 


C 34 H 17 3 (S0 3 H) 3 


C^H^O^S., 




n.f. 300 


Trzcinski 


B., 16, 2837 


46, 590 


Excretin 




p rr s~\ q 




96 


JV1 ctrcct 


P. E. S. 9 308 


ii., 614 






78 W6*"*i^ 












Trinkerite (fossil resin) 




C.H b OA 




168-180 


Tscherniak 


J.p. [2], 2, 258 


vii., 1183 


Phenol + SO 2 




> 


140 


25-30 


Holzer 


J.p., 25, 462 


44, 585 



(17.) CHOSe. 


Methyl selenious acid 


Me.SeO.OH 


CH 4 O 2 Se 




122 




A., 97, 6 




Benzyl 


Ph.CH 2 .SeO.OH 


C 7 H 8 O 2 Se 


.... 


85 


Jackson 


A., 179, 13 ; B., 


28, 154 ; 29, 














7, 1278 


581 


1 


.... 


- 


.... 


88 


M 


B., 8, 111 


28, 553 


(18.) CHON. 


Nitroform 


CH(N 0j ) 3 


CH0 6 N 3 




15 


Schischkoff 


A., 103, 364 


iv., 110 


Methylazaurolic acid 


CH 3 .N.O.N 


CH 2 ON 2 


.... 


d. a. 100 


.... 


A., 214, 336 




Methylnitrolic acid .... 


HO.N:CH.NO,, 


CH 2 O 3 N 2 




G4, d. 


Tscherniak 


B., 8, 115; A., 


28, 561 ; 29, 














180, 168 


903 


Formamide 


H.CO.NH 3 


CH 3 ON 


192-195 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


16,72 


11., 681 




(cf. A., 128, 335} 








150 (i. v.) 


.... 




J. [1863], 319 




Methylic nitrite 


Me.O.NO 


CH 3 O 2 N 


13 




Bertoni and Truffi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


,, 








12 




Strecker 


C. E., 39, 53 


iv., 75 


Nitromethane (Nitrocarbol) 


Me.N.O.O 
l i 


" 


99 




Meyer 


A., 171, 32 


vii., 893 


.. % 


H 





99 


Liquid 


Meyer and Stuber 


B., 5, 517 


26, 804 




" 





101 


Liquid 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 5, 427 


vii., 893 ; 25, 


! 














997 


Methelic nitrate 


Me.O.NO 2 


CH 3 3 N 


66 


.... 


Dumas and Peligot 


A. C. [2], 58, 37 


iv., 109 


Isuretine 




CH 4 ON S 


.... 


104-105 p. d. 


Lessen & Schiffer- 


A., 166, 295 ; 


vii., 707; 25, 














decker 


Z. C. [2], 7, 594 


500 


Carbamide (urea) 


CO(NH 2 ) 2 


., 


.... 


120 


.... 




v., 951 


,, .... .... 





n 


n. v. 


130 


Michler 


B., 8, 1664 


29, 702 


i, ), .... .... 










133 


Lubavin 


G. J. C., 1870 




Hydroxyl urea 


NH 2 .CO.NH(OH) 


CH 4 O 2 N 2 


cf. A., 182,214 


128-130 


Dressier and Stein 


Z. C. [2], 5, 202 


vi., 725 


Paracyanformic acid 


.... 


(C 2 H0 2 N) n 


.... 


a. 250 d. 




J. p. [2], 10, 212 




Cyanformamide 


NC.CO.NH, 


C 2 H 2 ON 2 




60 




J. E., 7, 99 




Nitracetonitril 


N0 2 .CH 2 .CN 


C 2 H 2 O 2 N., 




abt. 40 


Steiner 


B., 9, 781 


30, 289 


v 


... 


( )n 




216 d. 


B 


B., 9, 783 




Methylic isocyanate 


O I C : N.Me 


C 2 H 3 ON 




Liquid 


Cloez 


I. D., Paris, 1866 


vi., 519 





H 





40 


.... 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 42, 59 













43-45 






A., 149, 313 




Methylic cyanate 


N'CO.Me 


jj 


90 




Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 42, 43 


11., 196 


>i 




( ). 




98 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 766 




Glycocinimide anhydride .... 


CH 2 .NH.CO 

i i 


or 


sb. 280 


280 


Curtius 


B., 16, 755 


44, 1087 






( * )* 










3 L 



442 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diazoacetamide 

,, 
Amidodicyanic acid .... 
Oxamic acid .... 


N:N.CH.CO.NH., 

i i 

(CN) 2 (OHXNH 2 ) 
CO(NH 2 ).COOH 

CH 3 .CH.KO.N 
NH 2 .CO.NH.COH 

H.CN(OH).CN(OH)H 

CO(NH 2 ).CO(NH 2 ) 
CHrNO.O.NO.CH,, 


2 H 3 ON 3 



C a H 3 O 3 N 

C 3 H 4 ON 2 
C 2 H 4 O 2 N 2 

)* 

C 2 H 4 3 N 2 


M 

C 2 H 4 4 N 2 

)> 

C 2 H 5 ON 

) 
1) 
1 
5 
5* 
)> 
) 
> 
1 

C 2 H 6 2 N 

1) 
> 
1J 
1 
)9 
)> 
)) 



)l 
) 
) 
H 
i 
i) 
> 

C 2 H 5 O 2 N 3 

?> 
J) 

U 

C 2 H 5 3 N 



H 

> 


cf. B., 8, 709 

cf. A., 214, 329 

180-181 ; 
185-186 c. 
180-185 
190 (HO) 
221 
221 

282 c. 
218-220 

220 
114-115 

114-115 
16-4 
16 
16 
16-6-17-8 
17-5-18 
18 
18 
29-30 

111-113 
111-113 
111-113 
113-114 
177 

+2H 2 0(?) 

85 
86-3 

87-2 
83-85 

87 


97 

114 d. 
d. 100 
173 

142 d. 
159 

178 
n. f. 
58-60 

80-81 

81-82 
81-82 d. 
37-5 
Liquid 17 

Liquid 

78 

78 

^8 

82 
82-83 
Liquid 

Liquid 

52-55 
120 
120 
170 
232-236 d. 
177 
185 
190 d. 
190 
190. 
85-86 


Curtius 


Hallwachs 
Toussaint 

Meyer & Constam 

Geuther, Schertz, 
aud Maish 
VVitteuberg& Meyei 
Henry 
Lecco 

Meyer 

5) 


Semenoff 
ter Meer 

Linnemaun 
Bodeker 
Dumas & Malaguti 
Wichelhaus 
Kiindig 
Cahours 
Hofuiann 


Petraczek 

Meyer and Janny 
Liebig 
Meyer and Stiiber 
Knecht 
Brown 
Mohr 
Bertoni and Trufli 
Dumas and Boullay 
Kissel 

)j 
Meyer 
Meyer aud Stiiber 
j> 

Heintz 
Beckurts and Otto 

Curtius 
Baeyer 
n 

Wiedemann 
Hofmann 
Hup}>ert & Dogiel 
Playfair&Wanklyn 
Millon 
Kopp 

Wittstein 
Henry 
Kauisay 


B., 17, 958 

B., 18, 1287 
A., 153, 295 
A., 120, 237 

B., 14, 1457 
Z. C. [2], 4, 300 

B., 16, 506 
C. R, 100, 943 
B., 9, 705 

B., 7, 429; A., 
180, 170 
B., 6, 1497 
A., 175, 98 
Z.C.P.[1864],129 
B., 8, 1080; A., 
181,4 
J. [1869], 601 
W. A., 60, 44 
G. J. C., 1860 
C. B., 25, 657 
B., 3, 848 
A., 105, 277 
G. J. C., 1863 
B., 15, 981 
B., 14, 2729 
B., 15, 2784 

B., 15, 1526 
A., 30, 143 
B., 5, 404 
B., 10, 978 
J., 9, 575 
J., 7, 561 
G. I., 14, 23 
A. C. [2], 37, 15 
B. S., 42, 319; 
J.E. [1882], 226 



A., 171, 19 
B., 5, 401 
A. C. [4], 28, 138 
A., 79, 110 
A., 123, 315 
B., 14, 578 

J. p. [2], 26, 155 
A., 130, 154 

j) 
A., 68, 323 
B., 4, 264 
B., 4, 476 

A. C. [3], 8, 236 
A., 64, 320 ; 98, 
367 
J., 18, 470 
G. J. C. [1874] 
35, 472 


46, 988 

48, 884 
vii., 406 
iv., 279 

vl., 1110 

44, 804 
48, 886 
30, 287 

27, 678 ; vli., 
895 
27, 365 
28, 558 
vi., 605 
29, 67 ; 30, 
186 

vi., 619 
i.,5 
vii., 3 
24, 407 

42, 822 

44, 569 
vii., 894 
25, 682 
32, 569 

46, 1110 
iv., 75 
42, 935 ; 48, 
364 

u 
vii., 894 
25, 682 

i., 751 
ii., 908 

ii., 909 
44, 337 
iii., 414 

24, 716 
iv., 108 


Ethylazurolic acid 
Formyl carbamide 

Glyoxime 


Oxamide 
Methazonic acid 

Ethyl uitrolic acid 


j> 
Ethylenic nitrite 
Dinitroethane 

Methylformamide 

Acetamide 


CH 3 .CO.N:O 2 ;NH(?) 

CH 3 .C(N0 2 ):NOH(?) 
O 2 N.CH 2 .CH 2 .NO 2 
CH 3 .CH(NO !1 ) ! 

H.CO.NHMe 
CH 3 .CO.NH 2 

> 

>1 

> 


CHMe:N,OHorCHMe. 
i 

NH.O 



m.o.N;o 


M 
H 
M 

v> 
H 

Et.NO 2 

)J 
) 
>1 

NH 2 .COOMe 
CH S (OH).CO.NH. 

J 

CH 2 (NH 2 ).COOH 

)> 

NH 2 .GO.NH.CO.NH 3 
n 
n 

j 
> 
EtO.NO 2 

) 
)> 

1 

M 














Ethylaldoxime (uitroso- 
ethane) 

> !> 

Ethylic nitrite 
,, 
a 3 ... .... 
> 
i > 

: v 
jt 
? _ 

Nitroethane 








Methylic carbamate 
Glycollamide .... 




Atuidoacetic acid (glycocoll) 


Biuret 










Ethylic nitrate 
j 
?i i) .-. 

V , .... 

J >, 
1! 1! 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



443 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxylbiuret .... .. 


HM 


C 2 H 5 O 3 N 3 


.... 


134 


Dressier and Stein 


Z. C. [2], 5, 202 


vi., 725 


Diraethylnitrosamine 


NMe,,NO 


C~H 6 ON 2 


148-5 (724) 


Liquid 


Renouf 


B., 13, 2170 


40, 152 


Methyl carbamide .... 


NH 2 .CO.NHMe 


1) 


.... 


100-101 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 2734 


42, 822 


j, 


)) 


)> 




109 


Fischer 


B., 14, 1913 




Ethenylamidoxime .... .;,. 


NH 2 .CMe I N.OH 


)J 




135 


Nordmann 


B., 17, 2748 


48, 239 


Ethyl hydroxylamine 


NHEtOH 


C 2 H 7 ON 


(58 


Liquid 


Gurke 


A., 205, 274 


40, 572 


Ammonium aldehydate 




) 


100 


70-80 


Liebig 


A., 14, 144 


i., 107 


Hydroxylamine acetate 


(NH 2 .OHXC 2 H 4 O 2 ) 


C 2 H 7 O 3 N 


.... 


87-88 


Lossen 


Z.C.[2] 


vl., 723 


Ethylenediamine hydroxide 


C 2 H 4 (NH 3 .OH), 


C 3 H 12 2 N 2 


117 




Hofmann 









)> 


)) 


118 


10 


ihouspolos & Meyer 


A., 212, 251 


48, 940 


Ammonium acetate -{- am- 


AcO(NH 4 )+3NH 3 


C 2 H 16 2 N 4 




18 


Troost 


C. E., 94, 789 


42, 1162 


monia 
















51 JJ 


Ac.O(NH 4 )+6NH 3 


C,H,0 S N 7 




32 


u 


u 





Acetyl cyanide 


CH 3 .CO.CN 


C 3 H 3 ON 


93 


Liquid 


Hubner 


A., 120, 334; 124, 


vi., 22 














315 




., ,, .... .... 


)J 


1 


93 




Fileti 


G. I., 5, 391 


29, 570 







( ) 


.... 


120 








D 


Cyanacetic acid 


NC.CH 3 .COOH 


C 3 H 3 3 N 




55 


Richter 


R. K. T., 31 







j> 


>) 


d. 165 


80 


Van t'Hoff 


B., 7, 1382 


28, 251 


Methylic cyanocarbonate .... 


NC.COOMe 


1) 


100-101 




Weddige 


J. p. [2], 10, 199 


28, 448 







( ) 




134 





J. p. [2], 10, 214 


28, 449 


Nitrosomalonia acid 


HO.N : C(COOH) 2 


C 3 H 3 6 N 




126 d. 


Meyer and Miiller 


B., 16, 608 


44, 790 


,, ,, .... 





)> 




125-129 


Corirad 








n 


)) 


> 




d. 


Conrad & Bischoff 


B., 13, 599 


38, 629 


C'yanacetamide 


NC.CHj.CO.NHj 


C 3 H 4 ON 3 




105 


Van t'Hoff 


B., 7, 1383 


28, 251 


Paracyanocarbomethylamide 


.... 


( )n 




250 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 10, 217 


28, 449 


Glycolylcarbamide (hydan- 


CH 2 .CO.NH.OO.NH 


C 3 H 4 2 N 2 




206 


Baeyer 


A., 130, 158 


vi., 702 


to'in) 


i 1 














v 


)1 


J) 




216 





B., 8, 614 




i> 


' 


1) 




216 


Hofmann 


Zoochemie, 509 




)) i) 


5) 


) 




216 


Schulze & Barbieri 


B., 14, 1834 




Ethylic isocyanate 


COINEt 


CjHjON 




GO 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 42, 43 


ii., 195 





11 





.... 


G5 


Zotta 


A., 179, 101 


29, 570 


(polymer) 


(C 3 H 5 ON) 3 (?) q.v. 


)) 




95 


Hofmaun 


B., 3, 766 




Ethylene cyanhydrin 


C 2 H 4 (OH).CN 


l 


220-222 




.... 


A., 191, 275 




Lactic nitril 


CH.,.CH(OH),CN 


i* 


182-184 d. 


b. 21 




Z. C. [1867], 660 


vi., 75 


Lactimide 


CHMe.CO.NH 






275 


Preu 


A., 134, 372 


vi., 773 




i i 


j 












Allylic nitrite 


CH 2 : CH.CH 2 O.NO 


C 3 H 6 2 N 


85 ; 93 (?) 




Brackebusoh 


B., 7, 226, 1142 


27, 573 


Nitropropylene 


C 3 H 5 .N0 3 


j 


96 ; 107 (?) 







j 


J) 


Nitrosoacetone 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 .NO 


)) 


.... 


65 


Meyer and Ziiblin 


B,, 11, 695 


34,660 





n 


^ 


.... 


G5 


Treadwell & West- 


B., 15, 2788 


44, 572 












enberger 






Acetyl formimide 


NH : CH.OAc 


)' 




70 


Pinner 


B., 16, 1653 


44, 1090 


Acetyl formamide 


CH 3 .CO.CO.NH 3 


)> 




124-125 


Claisen & Shadwell 


B., 11, 1566 


36, 45 


Allylic nitrate 


C 3 H 5 .O.N : O 


C 3 H b 3 N 


106 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 5, 452 


25, 686 


Methyloxamic acid ,... 


CO(NHMe).COOH 


J5 




140 


Wallach 


A., 184, 69 


32, 186 


,, ,, 





)) 




140 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 30, 443 




) .... .... 


> 







145-146 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2920 




a-Nitrosopropionic acid 


Me.CH(NO).COOH 


)" 




d. w. m. 177 


Meyer and Ziiblin 


B., 11, 694 


34, 659 


/3-Nitropropiouic acid 


CH 2 (NO 2 ).CH 2 .COOH 


C 3 H b 4 N 




66-67 


Lewkowitsch 


J. p. [2], ?0, 169 


38,33 


Tartronamic acid 


CH(OH).CO(NH 2 ).COOH 





.... 


160 d. 


Menschutkin 


A., 182, 82; J. E., 


30, 627 ; 32, 














8, 177 


323 


Glyceryl trinitrite 




C 3 H 6 6 N 3 


150-154 


cf. B,, 6, 1290 


Masson 


43, 350 




(nitro 


C 3 H 6 (N0 3 ) 3 . 


C 3 H S 9 N 3 


.... 


s. 4 


Kern 


C. N., 31, 153 




glycerin) 
















)> n 


)1 





.... 


11 


de Vrij 


G.J.C. [1855], 620 




)> )> )? 





1 


185 




Champion 


G. J. C. [1871] 




Ethylidene carbamide 


CH 3 .CH.NH.CO.NH 


C 3 H 6 ON 3 




154 




A., 151, 204 






1 __[ 














Propylazaurolic acid 


* 


1 


. ... 


127-5 


Meyer and Coustam 


A., 214, 334 


44, 41 


Methyloxamide 


CONH 2 .CONHMe 


C 3 H C 2 N 3 




227-229 


Wallaoh and West 


B., 9, 265 


30, 185 













227-229 


Wallach 


A., 184, 70 


32, 186 
















3L2 



414 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Malonamide .... 


CH 2 (CO.NH,), 


C 3 H..OoN 2 




168-170 


Henry 


C. R, 100, 943 


48, 886 




^^2\ ' *~*'2/z 


3 o f^ z 




770 




J. [1875], 528 




Acetylcarbamkle 


)) 

NH 2 .CO.NHAc. 


) 




112 


Moldenhauer 


A., 92, 405 


i., 753 


,, 





I 




200? 


Ziuin 


A., 94, 100 


)J 


Acetoximic acid 


OH 3 .CH(NO).CH 2 (NO) 







153 


Tread well & West- 


B., 15, 2786 


44, 572 












enberger 






)? 


J) 


)J 


.... 


153 


Meyer and Janny 


B., 15, 1166 


42, 1185 


Propyl nitrolic acid .... ''. 


CH 3 .CH 2 .C(NO 2 ) : N.OH 


C,H 6 3 N 2 




60 


Meyer and Locher 


B., 7, 672 


27, 983 








Jl 




60 


Meyer 


A., 175, 114 


28, 558 


,, .... ' ... 


n 


> 




60 


Meyer and Lecco 


B., 9, 395 


30, 72 


Propyl pseudonitrolic acid ... 


CH 3 .C(NO)(NO 2 ).CH 3 


5) 




68 


Kissel 


B., 16, 960 




tt I? 










70 


Meyer and Locher 


B., 7, 789 


27, 983 


) 


> 







76 


Meyer 


A., 175, 120 


28, 559 


? 





)> 


.-,. 


76 


Meyer and Locher 


B., 7, 1509 


28, 1183 


Dinitropropane 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(N0 2 ) 2 


C 3 H 6 4 N 2 


182-5 u.c. ; 


1. -17 


ter Meer 


B., 8, 1080 ; A., 


29, 68 ; 30, 186 








189 c. 






181, 19 




Dinitroisopropane 


CMe 2 (NO,,) 2 


)1 


187 u.c. 


50 


Bredt 


B., 15, 2323 


44, 176 





)> 


) 


181-5 u.c. ; 


53 


Meyer and Locher 


B., 7, 1617; A., 


28, 445 ; 29, 905 








185-5 c. 






180, 149 




Ethyl formamide 


H.CO.NHEt 


C 3 H.ON 


196-197 


1. -30 


Linnemann 


W. A., 60, 44 


vi., 619 


,, 





)J 


199 


.... 


Wurtz 


J., 7, 567 


vii.,492 


ij ,, 


)J 


) 


199 




Hofmann 


B., 5, 247 


25, 502 


Methylacetamide 


CH 3 .CO.NHMe 


1 


207 


26 


? 


B., 14, 2730 


42, 822 





) 


)1 


906 


28 





)) 


5) 


Propionamide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


> 




75-76 


Sestini 


Z. C. [2], 7, 34 ; 


24, 234 ; 














Cimento 4, 21 


vii., 1009 





II 







75-76 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 981 




Dimethylacetoxime (acetox- 


CMe 2 : N.OH 


J 


134-8 u.c. 


59-60 


Janny 


B., 15, 2779 


44, 58 


ime) 
















!) 


> 





134-8 c. (728) 


59-60 


Meyer and Janny 


B., 15, 1324 


48, 1047 


Propylaldoxime (nitroso- 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH5.NO (?) 


J) 


130-132 


Liquid 


Petraczek 


B., 15, 2784 




propane) 
















Propylic nitrite 


CH S .CH 2 .CH.,O.NO 


C 3 H ; O 2 N 


43-46 




Cahours 


C. B., 77, 745 


27, 39 


j, ,, .... .... 


J 





44-5 






G. I, 14, 23 


46, 1110 


(?) .... 


1 


v 


55 




Kissel 


B. S., 42, 319 


48, 364 


i) ,, .... .... 


Jl 


)) 


57 




Bertoni and Truffi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


Isopropylic nitrite 


(CH 3 ) 2 CH.O.NO 


i 


43-44 




Kissel 


J. E. [1882], 226 


42, 936 


. ... 


)) 


n 


45 (762) 


Liquid 


Silva 


Z. C., 12, 637 


vi., 966 


Nitroisopropane 


(CH 3 ) 2 CH.NO 2 





112-117 


Liquid 


Meyer and Choj- 


B., 5, 1036 


26, 262 












nacki 









)) 


) 


115-118 




Schiff 


B., 7, 1141 










j 


115-118 




Kissel 


J. E. [1882], 226 


48, 936 


,, .... .... 


)5 


it 


115-118 




Meyer 


A., 171, 39 


vii., 895 


Nitropropane 


CH V CH 2 .CH 2 .NO 2 


?; 


122-127 


Liquid 


i> 


A., 171, 36 


)1 











122-127 


Liquid 


Meyer and Killiet 


B., 5, 1033 


26, 261 


,, .... 


)T 





125-128 


Liquid 


Cahours 


C. B., 76, 133 


26, 366 


Lactanride 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CO.NH., 






74 




A., 104, 197; 133, 








u 




( ^ 




257 




Methylic methylcarbamate.... 


NHMe.COOMe 


} 




92 


Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 22, 353f 


40, 88 


Ethylic carbamate (urethane) 


NH 2 .COOEt 







47-50 


McOeath 


B., 8, 384 




" )> 





H 




49 


Ponornareff 


B., 15, 515 




V 


75 


)) 


ISO 


b. 100 






i., 751 


a-Amidopropionic acid (al- 


CH 3 .CH(NH 2 ).COOH 





abt. 200 




Strecker 


A., 75, 29 


i., 63 


anine) 
















0- ,, (fl-al- 


NH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH 


1) 


.... 


180; 190 


Mulder 


B., 9, 1904 


32, 312 


anine) 
















0- 


J 


jj 




195 


Hertz 


A. P. [3], 8, 234 


31, 479 


Methamidacetic acid (sar- 


NHMe.CH 2 .COOH 


> 


.... 


sb. a. 100 


Liebig 


A., 62, 310 


v., 198 


cosiue) 
















n i) 


>i 







100+ 


Strecker 


A., 123, 263 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



445 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


i 
Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
&. J. Ch. Soc. 


Methamidacetic acid (sar- 


NHMe.CH 2 .COOH 


C 3 H 7 O 2 N 


.... 


210-220 d. 


Meylius 


B., 17, 286 


46, 994 


cosine) 
















Amidomalonamide .... 


NH 2 .CH(CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 3 H 7 2 N 3 


.... 


182 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, G07 


42, 946 


Isopropylic nitrate .... 


UHMe 2 .O.N0 2 


C 3 H 7 0,N 


100-102(760 


Liquid 


Silva 


A., 154, 256 


vi., 966 


Propylic nitrate 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .O.NO 2 


i) 


110-5 


.... 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 14, 422 


40, 572 


Ethyl carbamide .... ... 


NH 2 .CO.NHEt 


C 3 H 8 ON 2 


.... 


92 


Wurtz 


B. [1862], 199 


ii., 564 


,, 








n v. 


92 


Michler 


B., 8, 1665 


29, 702 


Dimethyl carbamide 


NHMe.CO.NHMe 


)J 


.... 


.97 


Wurtz 


C. K., 32, 414 


i., 754 





)J 





.... 


97-100 


Maly & Hintereggei 


B., 14, 726 


40, 747 


,, ,, 


11 


J) 


273-288 


99-5 


Wurtz 


R. [1862], 199 


iii., 1003 


1, 


?) 





268-270 


102-5 


u 








a-Amidopropionamide 


CH 3 .CH(NH 2 ).CO.NH 2 


)} 


cf.A.,173,344 


a. 250 


Baumstark 


B., 6, 883 


26, 1243 


Ethyl semicarbazide 


.... 


C 3 H 9 ON 3 


... 


105-106 


.... 


A., 199, 294 




Dinitropyrroline 


C 4 NH 3 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 4 H 3 4 N 3 




152 


Ciamician & Silber 


B., 18, 1462 


48, 993 


Nitropyruvinure'id 


.... 


) 




a. 200 d. 




A. C. [5], 11,378 




Methylparabanic acid 


CO.NMe.CO.NH.CO 

i i 


C 4 H 4 3 N 2 




147 


Maly & Andreasch 


M.C., 3, 107 


42, 633 








I 




148 


Maly and Hinte- 


B., 14, 728 


40, 747 












regger 






V 11 "" 





)1 




149 


Mabery and Hill 


B., 13, 740 


40, 39 


J 





?) 




149 


Andreasch 


B., 14, 1449 


40, 897 


)> ." 





I) 


.... 


149-S 


Hill 


B., 9, 1094 




Diisonitrosuccinic acid 


OOOH.(C : N.OH),.COOH 


C 4 H 4 6 N 2 




128-130 d. 


M tiller 


B., 16, 2986 


46, 584 


Cyanacetone .... 


CH 3 .CO.CH 2 .CN 


C 4 H 5 ON 


120-125 




I^tatthews and 


B. 15 2679 














Hodgkinson 






(polymer) 









166 




J. p. [2], 1, 141 


* 


Allylic isocyanate 


CO I N.C 3 H 5 


i 


82 


Liquid 


Cahours and Hof- 


P. T. [1857], 555 


ii., 195 












mann 






Propionic cyanide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CO.CN 


)> 


108-109 




Claiaen and Moritz 


37, 692 




,, 


5 


)> 


108-110 


Liquid 





B., 13, 2121 


40, 154 


Epicyanhydrin 


: C 3 H 5 .CN 


)5 


.... 


162 


Pazschke 


J. p. [2], 1, 98 


vii., 466 


'? 


.... 


11 




d. 280 




A., 213, 174 




Ethylic cyanocarbonate 


NC.COOEt 


C 4 H 5 O 2 N 


115-110 


Liquid 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 6, 117; 


26, 381 ; 28, 














10,197; A., 184, 


448 ; vii., 














12 


415 


Ethylic paracyanocarbonate 


(NC.COOEt) n 







165 





J. p. [2], 10, 208 


28, 449 


Succinimide .... 


CH 2 .CO.NH.CO.CH., 


Jl 


287-288 


.... 


Menschutkin 


A., 162, 166 


vii., 1102 






) 


)) 


.... 


1S5-12G 


Erlenmeyer 


Z. C. [2], 5, 175 


vi., 1042 






) 


) 




210 


Fehling & Teuchert 




v., 461 




Cyanacetyl carbamide 


CN.CH 2 .CO.NH.CO.NH 2 


C 4 H 5 2 N 3 




200-210 d. 


Mulder 


B. S. [2], 29, 531 ; 


34, 786; 36, 














B., 12, 466 


619 


Diglycollimide 


.... 


C 4 H 6 3 N 




142 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 69, 342 


vi., 642 


Fumaramic acid 


NH 2 .CO.C 2 H 2 .COOH 


J> 




217 d. 


Michael and Wing 


A. C. J., 6, 419 


48, 968 


Acetyl oxatnic acid .... 


NHAc.CO.COOH 


C 4 H 6 4 N 




54 


.... 


J. p. [2], 9, 299 




Amidomaleic acid 


C 2 H(NH 2 ).(COOH) 2 


)> 




180-182 


Glaus and Voeller 


B., 14, 153 


40, 254 


Tartrimide 


CH(OH).CO.NH.CO.CH(OH) 
i i 


)J 




230 d. 


Arppe 


A., 93, 352 


v., 698 




Oximidosuccinic acid 


COOH.C 2 H 2 (N.OH).COOH 


C 4 H 6 5 N 




d. 126 


Ebert 


A., 229, 45 


48, 1123 


Allanic acid .... 




C 4 H 6 5 N 5 


+H 2 


d. 210-220 




A., 159, 353 






Nitrosopyrroline 


C 4 H 6 N.NO 


C 4 H 6 ON 2 




37-38 


Ciamician and 


B., 16, 1543 


44, 1142 












Dennstedt 






Diethylic dicyanate 


C 2 N 2 O,Me 2 


C 4 H 6 2 N 2 




98 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 766 


24, 136 


Lactyl cyanamide 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CO. NH.CN 







212 


Mertens 


J. p. [2], 17, 34 


34, 398 


Fumaramide 


NH 2 .CO.CH : CH.CO.NH 3 


i) 




232 


Curtius and Koch 


B., 18, 1298 


48, 885 


Glycocollimide anhydride .... 


CH 2 .NH.CO.CO.NH.CH 2 





.... 


sb. 280 


Curtius 


B., 16, 755 




Lactyl carbamide 


CHMe.CO.NH.CO.NH 


)* 




125 


Urech 


A., 165, 99; B., 


vii., 724 ; 26, 




i i 


























6, 1114 


380 ; 27, 148 


, >1 .... .... 


n 







140 


Heintz 


A., 169, 120 


27, 149 





i> 


) 




145 


Urech 


B., 6, 1114 


27, 148 


Methyl hydantoin 


CH 2 .CO.NH.CO.NMe 


H 




145 


Neubauer 


A., 138, 291 


vi., 703 




i 1 















446 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methyl hydantoin 


CH 2 .CO.NH.CO.NHMe 


C.HAN, 




145 


Hoppe-Seyler and 


B., 7, 34 


27, 464 












Baumann 






,, ,, .... .... 








.... 


145-146 


Baumann 


B., 7, 239 


27, 578 





! 


11 




151-152 





>! 











. 


.... 


156; 157-158 


Salkowski 


B., 7, 119 


27, 464 





11 







159-160-5 


Guareschi & Mosso 


J. p. [2], 28, 504 


46, 618 


Nitroerythromannitol 


C 4 H 6 (NO,,) 4 O 4 


C 4 H 6 12 N 4 




61 


Stenhouse 


P. T. [1849], 399 


ii., 505 


Isopropylic cyanate 


.... 


C 4 H 7 ON 


67 




Hofmanu 


B., 15, 756 


vii., 1016 





CHMe 2 .CNO 





74 




Silva 


B. S. [2], 17, 97 


26, 367 


Hydroxyisobutyronitril 


CMe 2 (OH).CN 





abt. 120 




Urech 


A., 164, 257 


26, 59 


y-hydroxybutyronitril 


CH,(OH).CH 2 .CH 2 .CN 





240-250 






M. C., 3, 699 




Ethoxyacfctonitril 


CH,(OEt).CN 


11 


132-133 


.... 


Norton & Teherniak 


C. E., 87, 27 


34, 972 











134-135 (750) 


Liquid 


Henry 


B., 6, 261 


26, 879 


Crotonamide .... . . 








Liouid 


Beilsteiu & Wie?and 


B., 18, 483 


48, 740 


















(0 







.... 


149-152 


Pinner 


B., 17, 2008 


46, 1292 




Me.CH : CH.CO.NH 2 






159 




B., 12, 2056 


38, 99 


Ethylleucazone 




C 4 H 7 ON 3 




158-158-5 


) J 

Meyer & Coustam 


A., 214, 341 


44, 40 


Nitrobutylene 


Me 2 C : CH.NO 2 or 


C 4 H 7 2 N 


154-158 p. d. 


Liquid 


Haitinger 


W. A., 77, 428 


36, 701 




CH 2 : CMe.CH 2 .NO 2 














Nitrosomethyl acetone 


CH 3 .CO.CH(NO).CH 3 





185-186 c. 


74 


Meyer and ZUblin 


B., 11, 323 


34, 487 


1! ,, 


JJ 


11 


.... 


74 


Ceresole 


B., 15, 1874 


44,41 


Methylio isonitrosoacetone .... 


CH 3 .CO.CH:N.OCH 3 


,, 


115-116 u. c. 


Liquid 15 





B., 16., 833 




Diacetamide .... 


NHAc 2 




215 


59-60 


Linneman 


W. A., 60, 44 


vii., 3 






J) 




59 


Gan tier 


C. E., 67, 1255 






" 


II 




74-75 


Wichelhaus 


B., 3, 847 


24, 407 




3) 


H 


a. 210 


82 ; s. 70 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 2732 


42, 822 


Propionyl formamide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CO.CO.NH 2 


3) 




116-117 


Claisen and Moritz 


B., 13, 2121 


37, 693; 40, 154 


Amidomaleic diamide 


C 2 H(NH 2 )(CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 4 H 7 2 N 3 




122 


Clans and Voeller 


B., 14, 152 


40, 204 


Ethylic oxamate (oxamethane) 


NH 2 .CO.COOEt 


C 4 H 7 3 N 


220 


110 


.... 




iv., 280 


). 








.... 


112 


Morley and Saint 


43, 401 




II W >! 





ii 


..i. 


114-115 




J. p. [2], 10, 196; 
















12, 434 




.. > 










116-117 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 21, 153 


28, 564 


Ethyloxarnic acid 


NHEt.CO.COOH 





.... 


120 


Wallach 


A., 184, 58 


32, 186 


Aoeturic acid (acetylglycin) 


NHAc.CH 2 .COOH 





.... 


206 


Curtius 


B., 16, 757 ; 17, 


46, 1307 














1667 




! i, 





M 


Ml 


d. 130 


Kraut & Hartmann 


A.. 133,105 




Succinamic acid 


NH 2 .CO(CH 2 ) 2 .COOH 







300 


.... 


A., 134, 136; 162, 
















175 




n-Nitrosobutyric acid 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(NO).COOH 


n 




151 d. 


Wleiigel 


B., 15, 1058 


42, 944 


/3-isomitrosobutyric acid 


CH 3 .C(N.OH).CH 2 .COOH 







140 d. 


Westenberger 


B., 16, 2996 


46, 581 


Ethylic nitro-acetate 


CH 2 (NO ; ).COOEt 


C 4 H 7 O 4 N 


150-160 d. 


Liquid 


Lewkowitsch 


J. p. [2], 20, 159 


38, 32 


ii ii 








151-152 


Liquid 


Forcrand 


J. p. [2], 19, 487 


38, 33 


ii ii 








151-152 


Liquid 





C. E., 88, 974 


36, 621 


(of. B., 15, 1604) 
















Diglycollamic acid 


O.(CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ) 2 


,, 


.... 


a. 125 


Heintz 


A., 128, 141 


vi., 645 


Amidodiglycollic acid 


NH(CH 2 .COOH) 2 







d. a. 210 


,, 


A., 132, 276 


vi., 644 


Ethylic nitroglycollate 


N0. 2 .CH(OH).COOEt 


C 4 H 7 O 5 N 


180-182 


.... 


Henry 


A. C. [4], 28, 424 




Allyl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.C 3 H 5 


C 4 H 8 ON 2 


.... 


85 


And reasch 


M. G, 5, 33 


46, 732 


ii ii 





1) 


.... 


141 


Maly 


Z. C. [1869], 261 




Succinatnide 


NH 2 .CO. (CH 2 ) 2 .CO. NH 2 


O TT O N" 




1") 200 


D'Arcet 


A. 16 215 


A.f\ 






^4 8^2 2 


MM 








v. , 4ul 










eniq) <b 1 <3 


TTpnrv 


OR 1OO Q.JI 


4-fi ooe 














Vy. J-V., AV/w, t7-iO 




Ethyl oxamide 


NH 2 .CO.CO.NHEt 


B 




202-203 


Wallach 


A., 184,65 


32, 186 


Dimethyl oxamide 


NHMe.CO.CO.NHMe 


,, 




208 


Maly & And reasch 


M. C. [3], 107 


42,633 


ii i 











209-210 


Henry 


C. E., 100, 943 


48, 887 


51 11 


11 


it 


.... 


212 


Eichter 


E. K. T. 




1. 11 










209-210 


Wallach and West 


B,, 9, 266 


30, 185 


,1 11 


,, 


)( 




210 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 14, 422 


40,572 


Aceturamide .... 


NHAc.CH. .CO.NH 






m' 


p . . 


B. 17 1674 


4-fi 1 ^A7 


















Acetylmethyl carbamide 


NHMe.CO.NHAc 






180 


Hofmann 


B , 14, 2727 


42, 822 


Ethylmethylacetoximic acid 


HON : CMe.CMe : NOH 


" 




sb. 215 


Schramm 


B., 16,179 


44,573 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



447 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


1 


C 4 H 4 (NH.OH) 2 


C 4 H 8 2 N 2 


.... 


173 


Ciamician and 


G. I., 14, 156 


48, 246 












Dennstedt 






Amidosuccinuric acid 


NH 2 .CO.CH 2 .CH(NH.CO. 


C 4 H 8 2 N 3 




137-138 d. 


Guareschi 


B., 10, 1747 


34, 138 




NH 2 ).COOH 














Ethylazaurolic acid 


ON.CHMe.N^.CHMe.NO 


C 4 H 8 2 N 4 


.... 


142 d. 


Meyer & Constam 


B., 14, 1457 


40, 896 


3-nitrosocreatinine .... . 


.... 







195 


Marcker 


A., 133, 310 


vi., 503 


- 


.... 







210 d. 





A., 133, 306 





Butylpseudonitrol 


CH 3 .CH 2 .C(NO)(NO 2 ).CH 3 


C 4 H S 3 N 2 




58 


Meyer and Locher 


B., 7, 1509 ; A., 


28, 1183 ; 29, 














180, 135 


904 


Ethylic allophanate 


NH 2 .CO.NH.COOEt 







190-191 


Kichter 


B. K. T. 




Lacturamic acid 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CHMe.COOH 


,, 


.... 


155 d. 


Urech 


A., 165, 99 


vii., 723 ; 26, 
















380 


Dinitrobutane 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH(NO. i ) 2 


C 4 H 8 4 N 2 


190 d. 


Liquid 


Ziiblin 


B., 10, 2085 


34, 284 











197 p. d. 




Chancel 


C. B., 96, 1466 


44, 915 





CH 3 .CH 2 .C(N0 2 ) 2 .CH 3 


n 


199 c. ; p. d. 


Liquid 


Meyer 


B., 9, 701 


30, 288 





C 4 H 8 (N0 2 ) 2 







95-96 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 14, 1621 


40, 1021 












batow 






Iso-diiiitrobutaue 


CHMe 2 .CH(NO 2 ) 2 


H 


d. 


Liquid 


Ziiblin 


B., 10, 2087 


34, 284 


Ethylene allophanate 


NH 2 .CO.NH.COO.C 2 H 4 .OH 


,, 




100 


Baeyer 


A., 114, 160 


i., 134 


Diamidosuccinic acid 


[.CH(NHj).COOH] 2 " 







151 u. c. 


Glaus and Helpen- 


B., 14, 627 


40, 578 












stein 






,. 








.... 


151 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1849 















d. w. m. a. 200 


Lehrfeld 


B., 14, 1817 


42, 163 


Isopropylformamide 


H.CO.NHPr/3 


C 4 H a ON 


220 






A., 149, 158 




Ethylacetamide 


CH 3 .CO.NHEt 





200 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


C. B., 36, 180 


i.'., 552 











SOS 







J., 7, 566 













203-204 




Liunemann 


W. A., 60, 44 


vii., 4 





a 





205 




Wallach and Hoff- 




32, 188 












mann 






Butyramide 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.NH., 





.... 


115 


Chancel 


C. B., 18, 8J9 


i., 690 








216 






A. 52, 294 




















Isobutyramide 


CHMe 2 .CO.NH 2 





216-220 


100-102 


Letts 


B., 5, 672 


25, 1020 











.... 


124-5 


Munde 


B., 7, 1372 ; A., 


28, 247 ; 30, 














180, 340 


68 











.... 


128-129 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 982 




Ethylacetimide 


NH : CMe.OEt 





97 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 16, 1654 


44, 1090 


Isobutyl aldoxime 







139 


Liquid 


Petraczek 


B., 15, 2785 


44, 5C9 


Ethylmethylacetoxime 


CEtMe : N.OH 





152-153 


Liquid f. m. 


Janny 


B., 15, 2779 


44, 580 


Butylic nitrite 


CH 3 .CH,,CH 2 .CH 2 .O.NO 


C 4 H 9 O.,N 


76 




Bertoni and Truffi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


Isobutylic nitrite 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .O.NO 





66-70 













,, 


J) 





67 




Chapman & Smith 


J., 22, 153 




Butylic nitrite 


CMe 3 .O.NO 





76-78 


Liquid 


Tscherniak 


A., 180, 159 


29, 902 


Nitrobutaue .... 


(CH 3 ) 3 .C.NOj 




110-130 


T ' 'fl 




A. 180 155 




















Nitroisobutane 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .NO 2 





137-140 


Liquid 


Demole 


B., 7, 710; A., 


vii., 897 ; 27, 














175, 142 


984 ; 28, 561 


Nitrobutane 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(N0 2 ).CH 3 


D 


abt. 140 


Liquid 


Meyer and Locher 


A., 180, 134 


29, 904 


n 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CH 2 .NO 2 





151-152 c. 


Liquid 


Zubliu 


B., 10, 2083 


34, 284 


Propylic carbamate 


NH 2 .COOPr 





.... 


50 


Roemer 


B., 6, 1102 


27, 39 


.. 








194-196 


51-53 


Cahours 


C. B., 76, 1383 


26, 872 ; vii., 
















1014 


Ethylic methylcarbamate .... 


NHMe.COOEt 




170 


.... 


Schreiuer 


J.p. [2], 21, 124 


38,312 


Amidoisobutyric acid 


Me 2 C(NH 2 ).COOH 





.... 


sb. 220 


Tieniannand Fried- 


B., 14, 1972 














lander 






Ethylamidoacetic acid 


NHEt.CH 2 .COOH 





<* 


a. 160 d. 


Heintz 


A., 129, 33; 132, 1 


vi., 643 


a-Methamidopropionic acid .... 


CH 3 .CH(NHMe).COOH 





brown 180 


260 d. 


Lindenberg 


J.p. [2], 12, 244 


29, 701 


Ethylglycollamide 


CH 2 (OEt).CO.NH a 





225 


b. 100 


Heintz 


A., 129, 42 




Glycolethylamide 


CH 2 (OH).CO.NHEt 





250 


Liquid 





A., 129, 29 


vi., 647 


Guanoliu 




C 4 H 9 O. N 




1 \A 1 1 PL 




J.p. [2], 17, 238 






... 




+H 2 


1 L* i LO 

100 


"'. 






Butylic nitrate 


C 4 H 9 .O.NO 2 


C 4 H 9 3 N 


a. 130 




Wurtz 


J., 7, 575 




Isobutylic nitrate 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .O.NO 2 





123 




Chapman & Smith 


Z. C. [1869], 433 


22, 153 


Base from creatiuine 




C 4 H 9 O 4 N 


.... 


152 


Marcker 


A., 133, 314 


vi., 503 



448 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


? 


.... 


C 4 H 1U ON 3 


170-172 




Linneitiann 




vi., 63 


Diethylnitrosamine 


NEt 2 .NO 





176-9 c. 




Geuther & Kreuz 


A., 127, 43 


iv., 114 












hager 






n 







177 




Knecht 


B., 10, 978 


32, 569 


Methylethylcarbamide 


.... 





266-268 


52-53 


Wurtz 


R. [1862], 199 . 


iii., 1003 












75 


Schreiner 


I.p. [2], 22, 300 


40,88 












105 





J.p. [2], 22, 359 





Diamidosuccinamide 


NH 2 .CO.(CH.NH 2 ) 2 .CO.NH_, 


C 4 H 10 2 N 4 




160 


Glaus and Helpen- 


B., 14, 626 


40, 578 












steiu 






Ethylene dicarbamide 


C 2 H 4 (NH.CO.NH 2 ) 2 





cf. A., 119, 


192 


Volhard 


P. R., 11, 268 


ii., 595 








349 










Ethylic methanedicarboxyl- 


CH(CO.NH 2 ) 2 .COOEt 


C 4 H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


190-191 


Amato 


G. I., 1, 690 


vii.. 9 


amide carboxylate 
















Butaldehyde ammonia 


CH 3 . CH 2 .CH 2 .COH +NH 3 


C 4 H H ON 


+ 5H,,0 


30-31 


Lipp 


A., 211, 356 


42, 709 


Dimethylethj lalkine 


.... 


n 


130-134 




Ladenburg 


B., 14, 2408 


42, 166 


Acid ammonium acetate 


CH 3 . COONH 4 + C 2 H 4 O 2 


C 4 H U 4 N 


.... 


76 


.... 


.... 


i., 13 


Furfuronitril .... 


C 4 H 3 O.CN 


C 5 H 3 ON 


146-148 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 752 


40, 715 








147 (757-8) 




Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 14, 1058 


40, 801 












stedt 






Nitropyromucic acid 


C 4 H 2 O(N0 2 ).COOH 


C 5 H 3 O 6 N 




183 


Klinkhardt 


J.p. [2], 25, 51 


42, 499 













184 


Priebs 


B., 18, 1363 


48, 971 


Sarcine 




C 5 H 4 ON 4 




n. f. 150 


Strecker 


A. 


v., 196 


Suceinocyanimide 


c 2 H 4 : (co)j : N.CN 


C 5 H 4 2 N 2 


.... 


138 


Holler 


J.p. [2], 22, 207 


40, 259 


Nitrocarbopyrrolic acid 


.... 


C 5 H 4 4 N 2 




144-146 


Ciamician & Danesi 


G. I., 12, 28 


42, 875 


Hydroxypyridine (chelamide) 


C 5 H 4 N.OH 


C 5 H 5 ON 




95-96 


Lerch 


M. G, 5, 367 


48,46 





M 







107 


Kbnig and Geigy 


.... 


5) 


a- 


IJ 







123-5 


Fischer & Renouf 


B., 17, 764 


46, 1050 


p- .... .... 


,, 


,, 


.... 


124-5 





B., 17, 1896 


46, 1370 








,, 




148 


Ost 


J.p. [2], 29, 57 


48,50 


(pyridone) 





j 


350 


14S-5 


Haitinger & Lieben 


M. C., 6, 279 


48, 966 


,. 








+ H 2 


66-67 











Ally lie cyanocarbonate 


CN.COOC 3 H 5 


CiHsO-jN 


135 


Liquid 


Wagner & Tolleus 


B., 5, 1045 


26, 381 


Pyromucamide 


C 4 H 3 O.CO.NH 2 







100 




A., 116, 282 















130-132 


Schwanert 


C. R., 22, 856 


iv., 764 








n 


.... 


140-142 


Wallach 


B., 14, 751 


40, 714 


n 





M 




143-143 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 14, 1058 


40, 801 












stedt 






Citraconimide 







cf. B., 15, 


109-110 


,, 


G. I., 12, 500 


44,313 








1343 










0-Pyrrolic acid 


C 4 H 4 N.COOH 





.... 


161-162 p. d. 


Ciamician 


M. G, 1, 626; 


42, 212 














B., 14, 1055 




a ~ j 





H 


sb. 190 


191-5 d. 











Pyrocomenamic acid 


C 4 H 4 N.COOH 






d. w. m. 250 


Ost 


J.p. [2], 27, 270 


44, 792 


Furfuraldoxinie 


O.CH:CH.CH:C.CH:N.OH 




201-208 s.d. 


89 


Odernheimer 


R, 16, 2989 


46, 585 




i i 














Dihydroxypyridine 


C 5 H 3 N(OH) 2 






255 d. 


KSnigs and Geigy 


B., 17, 1836 


46, 1369 


Allylalcohol dicyanide 


C 3 H 5 .(CN) 2 .OH 


C 5 H 6 ON 2 


150-151 




Tollens & Wagner 


B., 5, 621, 1045 


25, 1093; vii., 48 


Dipyromucamide 




j) 




173 


Schwanert 


A., 116, 272 


iv., 765 











176-5 




M. C., 1, 289 




Pyrrolcarbamide (tetrolcar- 


C 4 H 4 :N.CO.NH, 2 


jj 


.... 


165-166 


Ciamician & Mag- 


B., 18, 416 


48, 809 


bamide) 










nag hi 






.. 





11 


cf. B., 15, 


167 


Ciamician & Denn- 


G. I. [1882], 84 


42, 6(6 








944 




stedt 






>' )5 









167-168 





B., 15, 2580 


44, 350 


Amidohydroxypyridine 


NH 2 .C 5 NH 3 .OH+H 2 




sb. a. 214 


214 


Krippendorff 


J.p. [2], 32, 153 


48, 1243 


Diacetyl cyanamide .... 


CN.NAc 2 


C 5 H 6 2 N 3 




d. 75 


Mertens 


J.p. [2], 17, 14 


34, 397 


Succinocyaminic acid 


COOH.C 2 H 4 .CO.NH.CN 


C.H,OiN, 


.... 


128 


Holler 


J.p. [2], 22, 193 


40, 259 


Dimethyl parabanic acid 


CO.NMe.CO.CO.NMe 

L | 






105 


Andreasch 


B., 14, 1451 


40, 897 


(cholestrophane) 

























.... 


145 


Haly and Hinte- 


R, 14, 725 


40, 747 












regger 






i. 


.. 





275-277 


145-5 


Henschutkin 


A., 1 78, 201 


29, 379 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



449 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Fr. dimethyluric acid 


cf. A. C. J., 2, 305 


C 6 H 6 3 N, 




160 


Mabery and Hill 


B., 13, 740 


40, 39 


Malylureio acid 


NH.CO.NH.CO.CH 2 .CH. 


C 5 H 6 O 4 N 2 




215-220 d. 


Grimaux 


C. E., 80, 828 


28, 7. r .2 




1 1 
















COOH 














Isobutyryl cyanide 


CHMe 2 .CO.CN 


C 5 H 7 ON 


117-120 




Moritz 


39,13 




Butyryl 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.CN 


" 


133-137 







39,16 




Furfurylamine 


O.CH.CH : CH.C.CH,.NH 2 





145-146(761) 


Liquid 


Ciamician and 


B., 14, 1476 


40, 898 




i 1 








Dennstedt 






Ethylic cyanacetate .... 


NC.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 5 H 7 O 2 N 


207 


.... 


Van t'Hoff 


B., 7, 1383 


28, 251 


Methyl succinimide 


CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.NMe 


1) 


234 


55-60 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 201 


29, 380 


11 11 




M 


934 


66-5 





A., 182, 92 


30, 626 


Pyrotartriiuide 


OO.CHMe.CH 2 .CO.NH 


1) 


280 d. 


66 


Arppe 


A., 87, 231 


iv., 775 


Glutarimide 


CO.(CH 2 ) 3 .C'O.NH 


n 




151-152 


Bernheimer 


G. I. [1882], 281 


42, 1190 


















Acetonyl carbaminate 


CMe 2 .O.CO.NH.CO 


C 5 H ; 3 N 




75-5-76 c. 


Urech 


B., 13, 485 


38, 545 




1 1 














11 11 


11 







73 


11 


B., 11, 468 


34, 488 


Glutiminic acid 









180 


Schiitzenberger 


R, &, 643 




Dimethylcyanuric acid 


Me 2 HC 3 N 3 O 3 


C 6 H 7 3 N a 




222 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 2728 


42, 822 


Malylureid 


NH.CO.NH.CO.CH.CH.,. 






230-235 d. 


Grimaux 


A. C. [5], 11, 400 








" 














COOH 














Ethylhydantoi'n 


CHEt.CO.NH.CO.NH 


CjHsOjNo 




b. 100 


Heintz 


A., 133, 65 


vi., 702 




i i 














Acetonyl carbamide .... 


CMe..CO.NH.CO.NH 


i> 




175 


Urech 


A., 164, 264 


vii., 17; 26, (il 




1 " i 














Mesaconamide 


C S H 4 (CO.NH 2 ) 2 







176-5 


Strecker 


B., 15, 1641 


42, 1281 


Citraconamide 










191 d. 


11 


B., 15, 1640 













192 








Dimethylic amidocyanurate 


(C 3 N 3 )(OMe).,NH 2 


)I 




212 


Hofmann and 


B., 3. 273 


vii., 40!) 












Olshausen 






Diacetyl carbamide 


CO(NHAc) 2 


CiH.Oj.N. 




melts 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 5, 64 


vii., 208 


Dimethylglyoxyl carbamide 


CH(OH).CO.NMe.CO.NMe 





.... 


b. 100 


Andreasch. 


M. C., 3, 436 


42, 1055 


















Methylallanto'in 




C 5 H 8 3 N 4 


.... 


225 d. 


Hill 


B., 9, 1091 


30, 50!) 


Ethylic oxalurate 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CO.COOEt 


C 6 H 8 4 N 2 


cf. B., 4, 645 


160-170 d. 


Henry 


C. E., 73, 195 


24, 823 


ii 








.... 


177 -17 S d. 


Salomon, 


B., 9, 374 


30, 75 


Succinocarbamic acid 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 . 







203-204 


Pike 


C. N., 28, 173 


27, 49 




COOH 














11 n 








.... 


203-205 





B., 6, 1104 




Isobutylic isocyanate 


CHMe 2 .CH. 3 NCO 


C 5 H 9 ON 


110 




Brauuer 


B., 12, 1877 




Butylic cyanate 


CMe 3 .NCO 





85-5 c. 


Liquid 





B., 12, 1875 


38, 228 


Hydroxyisovaleronitril 


CHMe 2 .CH(OH).CN 


ti 


136 d. 


1. -17 


Lipp 


A., 205, 26 


40, 86 


Ethylic diamidocyanurate .... 


C 3 N(NH 2 ) 2 .OEt 


C 5 H 9 ON 5 




190-200 


Hofmann and 


B., 3, 275 


vii., 410 












Olshausen 






Nitroamylene 


C 6 H 9 .N0 2 


C 5 H 9 2 N 


160-170 d. 




Haitinger 


M. C., 2, 290 


40, 1115 





11 


11 


69-73 (14) 




11 








Nitrosoethyl acetone 


CH 3 .CO.CH(NO)Et 





.... 


53-55 


Meyer and ZUbtin 


B., 11,323 


34, 488 


11 11 


" 


" 


183-187 c. 


53-55 





B., 11, 695 


34, 660 


Etliylic isointroso-acetone .... 


CH 3 .CO.CH : N.OEt 





130 




Ceresole- 


B., 16, 834 




Methylic isonitroso-methyl- 


CH 3 .CO.CMe I N.OMe 





125 u.c. 







11 




acetone 
















Methyl diacetamide 


NMeAc 2 





102 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 2731 


42, 822 


0) 









82-83 


Brandes 


Z. C. [1866], 459 


vi., 829 


Butyryl formamide .... 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH 2 .CO.CO.NH, 







105-106 


Moritz 


39,16 




Isobutyryl 


CHMe 2 .CO.CO.NH s 


,, 


.... 


125-126 





39, 13 


vi., 13 


Levulinamide 


C 4 H 7 O.CO.NH 2 







107 


Wolff 


A., 229, 249 


48, 1124 


Caffoline 


CH(OH).NMe.C'O.N : C. 


C 5 H 9 O 2 N, 


cf. B., 15, 29 


194-196 


Fischer 


B., 14, 1907 


43, 217 




NHMe 














Ethylic acetylcarbamate 


NHAc.COOEt 


C 5 H 9 O 3 N 




77-78 


McCreath 


B., 8, 1182 




11 11 


,, 


,, 




77-78 


Kretschmar 


C. C. [1876], 233 


31, 614 


n 11 








77-78 


Salomon 


J. p. [2], 9, 299 


27, 790 






- 










3 M 



450 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc, 


Alethylic aceturate 


. NHAc.CH 2 .COOMe 


C 6 H 9 3 N 


254 (712) 


58 4 5 


Curtius 


B. 17, 1672 


46, 1307 


Ethylic methoxamate 


. NHMe.CO.COOEt 





242-243 


s. 8-10 


Wallach 


A., 184, 68 


32, 186 


11 





JT 


.... 


s.b. 


Wallach and West 


B., 9, 265 


30, 185 


a-nitrosopropionate 


CH 3 .CH(NO).COOEt 


) 


233 c. ; p.d. 


94 


Meyer and Ziiblin 


B., 11, 693 


34, 65!) 


!) - !! 





) 


.... 


95 


Meyer and Janny 


B., 15, 1528 




a-Isonitrosovaleric acid 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 2 .C(N.OH).COOH 


)) 




143-144-5 d 


Furth 


B., 16, 2181 


46, 42 


y~ i! 


CH 3 .C(N.OH).(CH,) 2 .COOH 







95-96 


Miiller 


B., 16, 1618 


44, 112!) 


Dimethyloxaluramide 


NH 2 .CO.CO.NMe.CO.NHM 


C 5 H 9 3 N 3 




225 d. 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 203 


29, 379 


Niti-ovaleric acid 


C 4 H 8 (NO.,)COOH 


C 5 H 9 O 4 N 


m.a. 100 


cryst. 


Dessaignea 


A., 69, 274 


v., 97!) 


Glutamic acid 


C 3 H 5 (NH 2 )(COOH),, 







135-140 p.d 


Ritthausen 


.1. p. [2] 


vi., 637 


i> >i 





IJ 


.... 


188-190 


Schulz and Urich 


Lw. 20, 193; B., 


34,84 














8,86 




,, ,, " 


) 


11 




188-194 


Urich and Barbier 


B., 16, 314 




,, 


)1 


V 




192 


Richter 


R. K. T., 74 




,, 





3T 


.... 


202-20V-5 


Schulze & Bosshart 


B., 16, 314 




Ethyltt /3-nitropropionate .... 


CH 2 (NO 2 ).OH 2 .COOEt 


5) 


161-165 


Liquid 


Lewkowitsch 


J. p. [2], 20, 167 


33, Z3 


nitrolactate 




C 5 H 9 5 N 


178 




Henry 


B., 3, 532 




Nitrosopiperidine 


C 6 H 10 N.NO 


C,,H 10 ON 2 


218 


Liquid 


Schotten 


B., 15, 425 


42, 983 





n 





240 pd. 


Liquid 


Wertheim 


A., 127, 81 


vi., 947 


Ethylacetyl carbamide 


CO(N 2 H 2 EtAc) 


C 5 H 10 2 N 2 




120 


.... 


J. p. [2], 21, 31 




Butyryl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CO.C 3 H 7 


5 




176 




A., 94, 101 


i., 753 


Ethylmethyl oxamide 


NHMe.CO.CO.NHEt 


) 




155-157 


Wallach and West 


B., 9, 263 


30, 184 


i 





V 




155-157 


Wallach 


A., 184, 67, 70 


32, 186 


Dimethyl malonamide 


CH,(CO.NHMe) 2 


)) 


.... 


123-125 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 943 


48, 887 


it i 


i 


J 


.... 


128 


Freund 


B., 17, 134 


46, 728 


11 11 


CMe 2 (CONH 2 ) 2 


)> 




196-198, a.f. 


Thome 


39, 545 












20-210 








Pyrotartaramide 


NH 2 .CO.CHMe.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 







175 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 943 


48, 886 


Methylpropylacetoximic acid 


HO.N : CMe.CEt '. N.OH 







170 


Sehramiu 


B., 16, 181 


44,590 


Propylic allophanate 


NH 2 .CO.NH.COOPr 


C 5 H 1U S N 3 




150-160 


Cahours 


C. R., 76, 1383 


26, 872 


Acetonyl uramic acid 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CMe 2 .COOH 







160, d. 


Urech 


A., 164, 274 


vii., 18; 26,62 


Glycerylic allophanate 


C 3 H 5 (OH) 2 (O.C 2 H 3 N 2 2 ) 


5 H 10 5 N 2 




160 


Baeyer 


A., 114, 160 


i., 134 


Diethylformamide 


H.CO.NEt 2 


C 5 H U ON 


175-178 


Liquid 20 


Linnemann 


W. A., 60, 44 


vi., 619 





7) 





175-178 


.... 


Wallach 


B., 14, 744 




Isobutylformamide 


H.CO.NH.CH 2 .CHMe 2 


)> 




135 


Schmidt & Sacht- 


A., 193, 102 


36, 139 












leben 






Isovaleramide 


CHM e2 .CH 2 .CO.NH 2 





.... 


100 


Dessaignes and 


A., 68, 333 


v., 974 












Chautard 






ji 


)J 


ji 


.... 


126 


Hofmanu 


B., 15, 983 










1) 


230-232 


1S6-12S 


Letts 


B., 5, 673 


vii., 1196 


Methylisopropylacetoxime .... 


CHMe 3 .CMe : N.OH 





157-158 


.... 


'fiigeli 


B., 16, 2984 


46, 611 


Isoamylaldoxime 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH : N.OH 





160-162 




3 etraczek 


B., 16, 829 




Isoamylic nitrite 


CHMe 2 .CH 2 .CH.j.O.NO 


C S H H 2 N 


91 




lieckher 


J., 1, 699 


iv., 75 


>i )i 





J) 


92 




tertoni and Truffi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


Aruylic nitrite 


CsH^.O.NO 


J 


94-95 




lilger 


G.J.C. [1874], 352 




D ji 





1) 


96 


. 


Jalard 


A. C. [3J 12, 318 


iv., 75 


1 11 


-) 


)) 


97-98 


._ 


Chapman 


G. J. G, 1867 




)> ! 


) 


)1 


98-99 




.... 




vi., 870 


11 





)T 


99 




Guthrie 


J., 11, 403 




11 11 .... .... 





J1 


96-100 




Haisch 


C. C. [1872], 352 


25, 1092 


11 11 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CH 2 .O.NO 


T 


97 




Jertoni and Trutfi 


G. I., 14, 23 


46, 1110 


Nitropentane ... 


C 5 H U .N0 2 


JT 


150-160 




VIeyer and Stxiber 


B., 5, 204 ; A., 


25, 474; vii., 
















171, 43 


897 


Ethylic dimethyl carbamate 


NMe 2 .COOEt 


n 


39-140 




Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 20, 125 


38, 312 


ethylcarbamate 


NHEt.COOEt 


) 


74-175 




Wurtz 


C. R., 37, 182 


i., 751 


11 





) 


75-5 




Schreiiier 


J. p. [2], 20, 125 


38, 312 


11 11 


>J 







112-5 





J. p. [2], 22, 353 


40, 88 


Isobutylic carbamate 


NH s .COO.CH 2 .CHMe, 





20G-207 


55 


Vlylius 


B., 5, 973 


26, 266 


a-ethylamidopropionic acid .... 


C 2 H 3 Et(NH 2 ).COOH 


M 




w. m. 


)uvillier 


C. R., 99, 1120 


48, 373 


o-amidoisovaleric acid 


CHMe 2 .CH(NH 2 ).COOH 


? 




w. m. 


ustin 


B. S. [2], 37, 3 


42, 589 


#- 


(CH 3 ) 2 .C(NH S ).CH.,.COOH 


H 




215 


Bredt 


B., 15, 2321 




3- 11 








.... 


217 


jiideke 


A., 198, 53 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



451 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Laetoethylamide 


CH 3 .CH(OH).CO.NHEt 


C 5 H U 2 N 


200 


48 


Wurtz and Friedel 


A. V. [3], 63, 110 


ill., 453 


Ethyl lactamide 


CH 3 .CH(OEt).CO.NH 2 


)* 


219 


62-63 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 69, 175 


iii., 452 


a-methoxybutyrumide 


CH,.CH 2 .CH(MeO).CONH., 


; 




77-78 


Duvillier 


C. R., 88, 598 


36, 523 


<i-hydroxyisovaleramide 


CHMe 2 .CH(OH).CO.NH 2 







104 


Lipp 


A., 205, 27 


40, 86 


y-hydroxyvaleramide 


CH 3 .CH(OH.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.NH., 


3J 




50 


Neugebauer 


A., 227, 97 


48, 651 


Base from putrefaction 


.... 


J) 




156 


Salkowski 


B., 16, 1193 


44, 925 


Diethylnitrosocarbamide .... 


NHEt.CO.NEt.NO 


QH.^^., 




5 


Fischer 


B., 9, 111 


29, 912 


Isoamylic nitrate 


CHMe. ! .CH,.CH, i .O.N0 2 


O i H 11 3 N 


137 


.... 


Rieckher 


J. p. Ph., 14, 1 


iv., 108 


,, 


11 


|1 


147-148 




Chapman & Smith 




vi., 868 


)> n 


11 





148 


.... 


Hofmann 


A. C. [3], 23, 374 


iv., 108 


Tetramethylcarbamide 


OO.(NMe 2 ), 


CsH^ONj 


175-177 


Liquid 


Michler & Escherich 


B., 12, 1164 


36, 935 


Diethylcarbaniide 


CO(NHEt) 2 


>1 




IOC 


Limpricht& Habich 


A., 109, 105 




.... 


)1 


> 




107 


Hofrnann 


Z. G- 


vi., 1051 


,, .... .... 





I) 


.... 


107-5-110 


Zotta 


A., 179, 101 


29, 569 


i 


)J 


I) 


263 c. 


112-5 


Wurtz 


R. [1862], 1 99 


11., 564 


Dimethylpropylalkine 




C^.-jON 


124-5-126-5 




Ladenburg 


B., 14, 2407 


42, 165 


Hydroxyisoamylamine 


C 6 H 10 (OH).NH, 


J) 


157-159 




Badziszewski and 


B., 17, 839 


46, 1190 












Schramm 






)> .... 


t) 





160 






As., 7, 90 




Hydroxypropylethylamiiie .... 


C 3 H 6 (OH).NHEt 





160 




Liebermann & Paal 


B., 16, 533 


44, 910 


Diethylsemicarbazide 


Unsymmetiical 


C 6 H 13 ON 3 




149 




A., 199, 312 




Dimethylpropylglycoline .... 


CH 2 (OH).CH(OH).C'H. 2 . 


C 6 H 13 O a N 


216-217 


Liquid 


Both 


B., 15, 1153 


42, 1195 


Taurobetain . 


NMe 2 


C H O N 




240 




Z. P. C. 7 35 




Bidimethylamidoearbanude 


OO(NH.NMe 2 ) s 


^'V^M^V 1 

C 5 H 14 ON 4 




220- 


Renouf 


B., 13, 2172 


40, 152 


Ammonium glutarate 


COO(NH,)(CH 2 ) 3 .COO(NH.,) 


C S H U 4 N 2 


150 


.... 


Bernheimer 


G. I. [1882], 281 


42, 1190 


Dinitrodihydroxyquinone 


C'(OH) 2 (NO 2 ) 2 :Oj 


C 6 H 2 3 N 2 




d.w.m. 170 


Nietzki 


B., 10, 2147 


34, 426 


(nitranilic acid) 
















!! >! 


M 





+ xII 2 


a. 100 + 


i) 


)) 





Tetranitrodihydroxy benzene 


C 6 (OH) 2 (N0 2 )< 


C 9 H 2 10 N 4 




166 


Henriques 


A., 215, 335 


44, 329 


Nitrophenylene oxide 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ):0 
CH,(NO),:O,=54.1 


C 6 H 3 S N 
C H O N 




150 
232 


Etard 


A., 124, 250 
A. C. (5), 22, 273 


v., 161 
40, 583 


Trinitrobenzeue 


6 3\ /2 ~'2~~~"^ * 

C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 3 =? 


vg AJ. 3 v.' ^ J. ' 

C s H a O.N 3 




106-108 


Henriques 


A., 215, 356 




" 


)) H 


TJ 




119 


Salkowski & Eehs 


B., 7, 373 


27, 801 


> 


=1.3.5 


)1 




121-122 


Hepp 


B., 9, 403 


30,76 


,, ... ..." 


>J ) 


>J 




121-122 


M 


B., 13, 2346 




)) "" 


> 


>J 




121-122 





A., 215, 344 


44,316 


,, .... 


11 Jl 


J) 




121-122 u.c. 


Claus and Becker 


B., 16, 1597 


44, 1093 


> 


= 


(0 




145 


Rinne and Zincke 


B., 7, 871 


27, 1163 


Trinitrophenol 


OH.(N0 2 ) 3 =? 


C,,H 3 7 N :1 




90-104 


Zehenter 


M. C., 6, 523 


48, 1235 





=1.3.4.6 


>J 


.... 


96 u.c. 


Henriqus 


A., 215, 331 


44, 328 


n 


=1.2.16 


J) 




117-118 





A., 215, 332 





,, (picric acid) 


=1.2.4.6 


)J 




120 


Faust 


B., 6, 132 


26, 635 


n 1> 


) 


n 




120 


Henking 


Z. C. [2], 8, 523 


25, 483 


>j v u 


>J 


V 




121-121-5 


Thorner 


B., 12, 1632 







)) 1) 







121-194 


Mills 


P. R. [1881], 205 




i> i) 


)> *> 


>) 


.... 


122-5 


Korner 


Z. C. [2], 2, 662 


vi., 910 


5f U >! 


?> 


. 




121-122 


Hepp 


G. J. C., 1880 


vii., 929 


11 11 


)> > 







122-5 


Post 


B., 7, 331 


27,800 





=1 





cf. B., 10, 524 


174 


Bantlin 


B., 8, 22 


28, 640 


Trinitroresorcinol (stypliuic 


(OH) 2 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.4.5.6 or 


C.H 3 8 N :l 


.... 


175-5 


Stenhouse 


P. R., 19, 410 ; 


24, 358 ; vi;., 


acid) 


1.3.2.4.6 










C. N., 22, 98 ; 


1043 


A 












23, 193 




11 11 


J> 


> 


.... 


174-5 


Merz and Zetter 


B., 12, 2035 


38, 113 


11 11 


J I 


)* 


.... 


175 


Griess 


B., 7, 1224 




11 11 


> ) 





... 


175-5 


Typke 


B., 16, 553 




Trinitrophloroglucinol 


(OH) 3 .(N0 2 ) 3 =1.3.5.2.4.G 


C 6 H 3 9 N 3 


.... 


158 


Benedikt 


B., 11, 1376 


36, 58 





> 


JJ 




159-160 


Benedikt & Hazura 


M. C., 5, 667 


48, 554 


m-nitrodiazobenzol imide 


NOj.C' 6 H 3 .N : N.NH 


C 6 H 4 2 N 4 


.... 


52 


Griess 


P. T. [1864], (3), 


iv., 449, 484 


P- ,, 


)> 


?j 


.... 


71 





708 

)> 






3 M 2 



452 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Aziiuidouitrobeuzene 


C 6 H a (NO 2 ).N.NHN 


C fl H 4 2 N 4 


cf. A., 115, 25 


211 


Hofmanu 


P. R., 10, 496 


iv., 484 




i i 














Dinitrobenzene 


C 6 H 4 (NCg 2 =1.3 


C 6 H 4 4 N 2 




84 


Friedburg 


C. N., 47, 52 


44, 535 


v 


1 11 


n 


297 c. 




Mayer and Staidler 


B., 17, 2649 


48, 141 


77 


11 11 


i) 




84-5 


Rommier 


B. S. [2], 18, 70 


26, 1002 


JT .... ... 


It JJ 


j 




85 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 557 


26, 1028 


77 .... ... 


11 11 


11 




87 


Eudnew 


B., 4, 410 


vii., 908 


j, 


Jl J) 


11 




87 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 276 ; B., 


vii., 80, 908 ; 














5,873 


26, 280 


It .... 


11 )1 


j 




87 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 


IT 


JJ 


T1 




87-5 


Salkowski & Eehs 


B., 7, 372 


27,801 


)1 .... .... 


JJ 1? 


Jl 




89-1 


Schiff 


A., 223, 247 


46, 1089 


11 .... .... 


JJ JJ 


J) 




89712 


Mills 


P. R. [1881], 205 




)T 


Jl JJ 


11 




89-8 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 207 


T .... .... 


JJ T 


II 


.... 


89-90 


Hlibiier, Babcock 


B., 12, 1345 


36, 928 












and Sohaumann 









Jl Jl 


11 




90 


Henriques 


A., 215, 379 


44, 327 


1 .... .... 


) 11 


! 




90-91 


Hepp 


B., 13, 2347 




f* .... .... 


=' 


11 




b. 100 




.... 


i., 544 


17 


= 1.2 


11 




117 


Laubenheimer 


B., 9, 1328 




i ... ..- 


J? V 


11 




117-118 


Rinne and Zinck6 


B., 7, 1372 


28, 255 





1) 1) 


*! 




117-9 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


20, 208 


IT .... .... 


= 1.4 


I) 




170 


Henriques 


A., 215, 379 


44, 327 


>f --. .... 


)I 1 


Jl 




171 


Hepp 


B. S. [2], 30, 4 


36,51 


JT 


) )> 


11 




171-172 


Rinne and Zhick6 


B., 7, 870 


27, 1163 


T1 .... .... 


11 " 


31 




171-172 


Henriques 


A., 215, 379 


44, 327 


11 


V 1) 


11 




172 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 208 


Niti-oetheiiylnitrofurfurane 


NO 2 .C 4 H 2 O.CH : CH.N0 2 


C 6 H 4 5 N 2 




143-144 


Priebs 


B., 18, 1362 


48, 971 


Dniitropheiiol 


HO.(NO S ) 2 =1.2.6 


11 




61-62 


Schneider 


Z. C. [2], 7, 452 


25, 241 





Jl > 


)) 




61-843 


Mills 


P. R. [1881], 205 




11 .... .... 


)> 


11 




63 


Hiibner, Babcock 


B., 12, 1346 


36, 928 












and Schaumann 






.... .... 


> 


11 




63-9 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 229 


n 


)' ) 


. 11 




63-6'^ 


Hiibner & Schneide 


A., 167, 105 


vii., 909, 929 


" 11 11 


11 


.... 


64 


Faust 


B., 6, 132 


26, 634 





) 


11 




64 


Hiibner & Schneide 


Z. C. [2], 8, 523 


25, 483 


i 


11 )) 


51 




64 


Post 


B., 7, 331 


27, 800 


IT 


= 1-4.5. (?) 


11 




102-103 


Andreae 


J. p. [2], 21, 318 


38, 467 


11 .... .... 


=1.3.5 


11 


.... 


104 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 25, 22 


iv., 398 


11 .... 


1) T 


l| 




104 


Laurent 


A. 0. [3], 3, 212 


24, 222 


11 .... 


11 


11 




104 


Bantlin 


B., 8, 22 


28, 640 


11 ". .... 


Jl Jl 


11 




104 





B., 11,2103 


36, 238 


V 


51 ! 


11 




105 


Bolley 


Z. G [2], 7, 45 


24, 222 


'1 * 


=1.2.4 


15 




110-111 


Wallach & Kiepen- 


B., 14, 2618 














heuer 






11 


j> 11 


11 


.... 


111-621 


Mills 


P. R. [1881], 2005 




11 .... .... 


M ^ 


I) 


.... 


112; 113 


Bohn & Heumann 


B., 15, 3038 


44, 584 


IT 


1) 11 


11 


.... 


113 


Hemilian 


B., 8, 768 


29, 918 


** ... .... 


15 11 


11 


.... 


112-114 


Guareschi and 


B., 18, 1176 


vii., 929 












Daccomo 






n .... 


11 11 


11 




113-114 


Hepp 


B., 13, 2347 




IT .... .... 


Jl 11 


11 




113-114 


Siibner & Schneider 


Z. C. [2], 8, 523 


25, 483 


IT .... 


11 It 


11 




113-114 


Bohn & Heumann 


B., 17, 272 


46, 1014 


J 


11 


11 




114 


Wellgerodt 


B., 9, 979 




11 .... .... 


" 11 


> 




114 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [2], 6, 232 


vii., 147, 90S 












Latschmoff 






11 


1J M 


1 




114 


Faust 


B., 6, 132 


26, 634 


11 


1' V 


! 




114 


u 


A. P. [3], 3., 103 


27, 158 


11 .... 


" . " 


11 




114 


Post 


B., 7, 331 


27, 800 


51 > 


*1 '1 


11 




114 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 257 


28, 367 


11 


1 51 


)1 




114 


Slertens 


B., 10, 995 


32, 605 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUE ELEMENTS. 



453 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitrophenol 


HO.(NO,) 2 = 1.2.4 


C 6 HAN S 




114 


Hiibner, Babcock 


B., 12, 1346 


36, 928 












and Schaumann 









)1 11 


11 




114 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 393 


42,507 


)1 " 


= 1.3.4 


)1 


.... 


134 


Bantlin 


B., 11, 2104 


36, 238 


,) 


11 )1 


11 




141 


n 


B., 8, 22 


28, 640 





= 1.2.3 


11 




144 





B., 11, 2104 


36, 238 


Dinitroquinol 


(OH) 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.5.? 


C 6 H,0 6 N 2 




135-136 d. 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 471 


34, 499 


Dinitroresorcinol 


=1.3.4.6 


,, 


cf. B. 16, 668 


142 


Benedikt and Hub 


M. C., 2, 323 


40, 1133 


,, ,, 


11 ii 


n 


cf. B.I 6, 110 


142-5 


Fevre 


C. R., 96, 790 


44, 733 


51 V " " 


=1.3.4.5 


)i 


cf. B. 16, 668 


210 


Benedikt and Hub 


M. C., 2, 330 


40, 1135 


,, ,, 


" 11 


n 




212-5 


Typke 


B., 16, 552 


44, 917 


11 1) " " 


11 11 


n 


.... 


214-5 


Schiaparelli & Abel 


G. I., 13, 257 ; 


46, 175 














B., 16, 872 




Trinitraiiiliue (picramide) .... 


NH 2 .(NO,) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C.H 4 6 N 4 




179-180 


Clemm 


Z. C. [1870], 444 




51 


11 11 


11 




187 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 260 


28, 366 


)) 1 


> 


J 




1SS 


Pisati 


A., 92, 327 




11 1? 


> )1 


1 




188 


Liebermann and 


B., 8, 378 














Palm 






11 11 


>1 )1 


1} 




188 


Mertens 


B., 11, 843 




? base 




C 6 H 5 ON 




156 


Proskauer and SeL 


B., 9, 1264 


31, 68 


Nitrobenzene..., 


C 6 H S .N0 2 


C 6 H 5 2 N 


205 (760) ; 




Kahlbaum 


B., 17, 1261 










121-2 (75); 
















116-2 (50) ; 
















102-5 (25) ; 
















98-1 (20) ; 
















93-0 (15) ; 
















87-0 (10) ; 
















79-1 (5) ; 
















68-2 (0) 










v 





If 


205 (730) 




Stadeler 


G.J.C.[1865],40 






jl 


1 


209-4 (745-4) 


.... 


Briihl 


A., 200, 188 


38, 296 


" 








210 




Konovaloff 


C. R., 95 1284 


44, 553 




H 


H 




3 


Schiff 


A., 223, 247 


46, 1089 






11 


1 


213 


3 


Mitscherlich 


P. A., 31, 625 


i., 543 






11 





219-220 


3 


Kopp 


A., 98, 369 ; 137 


M 


" 














169 






H 


?> 


220 


.... 


Ramsay 


35, 472 




" 




|1 


._ 


.... 


3 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 12, 486 


36, 631 




Nitrosophenol 


OH.NO =1.4 


?i 




120-130 d. 


Baeyer and Caro 


A., 188, 360; B., 


vii., 911; 28, 














7, 811, 965 


84 


a-Pyridine carboxylic acid 


N.COOH =1.2 


M 




133-9 ; 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 744, 745 


(picolinic acid) 








134-5-136 








j 11 


> 


11 


.... 


134-5-136 


Weidel 


B., 12, 1992 


38, 268 


'i i 


It V 


11 




134-135 


Hantasch 


B., 18, 1748 




11 n 


11 11 


11 


.... 


135-7-136 


Skraup & Cobenzl 


M. C., 4, 436 


44, 1016 


~ ' 


11 1 


1) 




137 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 16, 2979 


46,61 












Cons tarn 






- ,1 


15 11 


n 


.... 


140 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 745 


#- 11 


= 1.3 


11 


.... 


225 


Hoozewerff & Dorp 


A., 207, 226 


42,311 


(nicotic acid) 
















#- 11 


)! 51 


ii 




225-226 


11 


B., 16, 426 




0- 


11 IT 


11 




225-227 u.c. 


Laiblin 


B., 10, 2137 


34, 432 


^ ' ) 


J* 11 


11 




228 


Fischer 


B., 15, 63 


42, 627 


# >i ii 


11 11 


M 




238-229 


Weidel 


B., 12, 2004 


38, 268 


0- 


11 U 


11 




229 


Pechmann & Welsh 


47, 152 




0- 11 .1 


1 ) 


11 




229-230 


Coninck 


C. R., 92, 413 


40, 444 


0- ii 11 


V 1} 


1> 




229-5-230 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 744 


0- ., 


' >1 


11 




230-231 


Coninck 


C. R., 92, 413 


40, 443 


i 
11 ii 


=? 


1' 




a. 250 


Gerichten 


B., 14, 315 


40, 445 


y- i. -I 


=1.4 


1 




a. 287 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 69 




(isonicotie acid) 
















y~ 11 ii 


11 11 


!> 


.... 


298-299 


Eichter 


R. K. T., 97 





454 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


y-Pyridine carboxylic acid 
(isonicotic acid 

y~ 11 11 

y~ 11 11 
y~ 11 i> 
y- .. 

*' .>. 

y~ 11 M 
7- 

Nitrojihenol 
(4th) 

> .-. -. J, 
J1 
) .... .... 

), 

I 
IT .... .... 


N.COOH=1.4 

)) 

JT 11 
T) )) 
) 

ir )T 
Vt 
J) 

OH.N0 2 = ? 

)I 
1 

= 1.2 

IT )1 
V )> 
> 
J 
J 
M 
11 
)) ) 
) JT 
Jl )? 

! 


> 
) l> 
5> 

n 

jr 
v 
j> 

=1.3 

) ^ 
)> 
V =? 
!> 

=1.4 

>1 ) 
)J 
?J ) 
>5 > 
J 

J> 
> ) 
> >* 
)J 
)) ) 
> ) 
)) J 
)) )> 
t 
> 
?5 IV 


C 6 H 6 2 N 

T^ 
J 

rt 



i) 
jj 

6 H 5 3 N 

^ 

ii 

)) 


5) 
)J 
Ji 
)) 
) 
J) 

) 

J 


Jl 
JJ 
J 



)> 


) 

1> 
)> 
)> 
11 
T1 
I> 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
1> 
11 
11 
11 
11 
> 


B., 12, 2332 

205-207 
216 

314 

214 

194 (70) 


302-5 
303 

305 
305 
306 

307 
309-5 
310 

7 to+2 
31 
34-35 
42 
44-392 
44-8 
44-8 

46 

45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45; 46 

45 

45 

45 
45 
45 

45 

45 
45-2 
46 
96-96 

95-96 

96 
105-106 
108 
108 
abt. 110 
110 
110 
110 
110 
110 
10 
10 
10-111 
11-455 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 

14 

14 


Skraup 

Ladenburg am 
Schroeder 
Ladenburg 
Skraup 
Behrmann & Hof 
man 11 
Weidel and Russo 
Weidel 
Guldschmidt anc 
Constam 
Post 
Fittica 

11 
Hofmaun 
Mills 
Laubenheimer 
Fittica 
Fritsche 
Armstrong 
Walker and Zincke 
Faust 
Petersen 
Post & Brackebuscl 
Korner 

Post 
Hiibner 

Augustiii and Post 
Goldstein 
Natanson 
Armstrong & Pre- 
vost 
Armstrong& Brown 
Schiff 
Armstrong 
Fittig and Bantliu 

Korner 
Bantlin 
Fittica 

11 
Eichter 
Fritsche 
Walker and Zincke 
Post 
Faust 
Petersen 
Post & Brackebnsch 
Hiibner 
Armstrong 
Korner 
Mills 
Schiff 
Wagner 
Schmidt and Cook 
Fittig 
Baeyer and Caro 
Korner 
Basse 


W. A., 8-2, 748 
B., 17, 1122 

B., 17, 772 
A., 201, 291 
B., 17, 2697 

ftT. C., 3, 865 
M. G, 1, 41 
B., 16, 2980 

B., 6, 399 
J. p. [2], 24, 54 
B., 13, 714 
A., 103, 347 
P. R. [1881], 205 
B., 9, 1820 
G..I.C. [1876], 383 
P. A. B., 16, 11 
24, 175 
B., 5, 116 
B., 6, 132 
B., 6, 368 
B., 7, 164, 165 
G. I., 4, 310 

B., 7, 331 
B., 7, 462; 8, 
1221; A., 195, 1 
B., 8, 1557 
B. 8. [2], 30, 434 
B., 13, 416 
B., 7, 922 

B., 7, 923 
A., 223, 247 

28, 520 
B., 7, 180 

G. I., 4, 305 
B., 11, 2100 
B., 13, 711, 1537 
J. p. [2], 24, 13 
B., 4, 460 
J. p., 75, 257 
B., 5, 116 
B., 5, 853 
B., 6, 132 
B., 6, 368 
B., 7, 163, 331 
B., 7, 462 
B., 7, 925, 926 
G. I., 4, 305 
P. R. [1881], 205 
A., 223, 247 
B., 7, 77 
C. L., 3, 41 
B., 7, 280 
B., 7, 965 
G. L, 4, 305 
B., 10, 2188 


40, 744 
46, 1048 

43, 1196 
38, 410 
48, 139 

44, 484 . 
46,61 

26, 904 
42,51 
40,47 
iv., 394 

31, 594 

iv., 394 
25, 868 
26, 418 
26, 634 
26, 1133 
27, 475 
27, 476 ; 29, 
234 ; vii., 92!) 
27, 800 
27, 801 ; 29, 
594 ; 36, 382 
29, 386 
36, 148 
38, 463 
27, 1164 

11 
46, 1089 

vii., 908 ; 27, 
583 
29, 234 
36, 237 
40, 47 
42, 51 
vii., 907 
iv., 396 
25, 418 
26, 173 
26, 634 
26, 1133 
27, 475, 800 
27, 802 
25,868;27,1165 
29, 234 

46, 1089 
vii., 925, 929 
vii., 907 
27, 696 
28, 84 
29, 234 
34. 416 


, 

















J) .... .... 
.... 
.... .... 






(5th) 

> " " 








j) .... 












j, .... 











COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



455 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Nitrophenol . .... 


OH.NOg 1.4 


C 6 H 6 O,N 




114 


Hiibuer 


B.,8,1221;A.195,1 


29,594; 38,381 










114 




B., 13, 416 


38, 463 










115 


Post and Mehrtens 


B., 8, 1552 












115 


Au^ustiu and Post 


B., 8, 1557 


29, 386 


Nitrosoresorcinol 
Nitroethenylfurfurane 
/3- Hydroxypicolinic acid ... 
y- i> 

a- 
Hydroxynieotinic acid 
u i) 

)) M 

Nitrosonitranilide 
Nitrocatechol 


(OH) 2 .NO=1.3.2 
C 4 H,O.CH:CH.NO, 
N.COOH.OH=1.2.< 

JI V 
55 . ) 

= 1.3.6 

J) 
)) 

C (1 H 4 .NOj.NH(NO)= 1 . 2 
(OH) 2 .NO,=1.2.3. 

1.2.4 


> 

11 
)J 
)J 
fj 
)J 

)) 

C 6 H 6 3 N 3 
C 6 H 6 4 N 


1 


d. 112-148 
74-75 
250 
258 
267 
301-302 d. 
302 d. 
SOS 
126 
86 

157 


Fdvre 
Priebs 
Ost 
Bellmanu 
Ost 
Konigs and Geigy 
Feer and Konigs 
Pechmaini & Welsh 
Plagemann 
Weselsky and Bene- 
dikt 
Benedikt 


B., 16, 1101 
B., 18, 1362 
J. p. [2], 27, 291 
J. p. [2], 29, 1 
J. p. [2], 27, 289 
B., 17, 589 
B., 18, 2399 
47, 150 
B., 15, 486 
M. C., 3, 386 

B., 11, 362 


48, 971 
44, 795 
46, 840 
44, 795 
46, 1195 

42, 973 
42, 1200 

34, 575 










lax 




M C 3 387 


42 1200 


Nitroresorcinol 


=1.3.2 


H 


.... 


85 
88 


dikt 
Weselsky 


M. C., 1, 894 

W A 82 1219 


40 726 




134 






115 


dikt 


M C 1 894- A 


26 1007 vil 










115 


Schiaparelli&Abell 


164, 1 
G I 13 257 


1043 
46 174 




1.3,5 






d w ni 148 


Fevre 


C. E 96 790 


44, 733 


Citrazinic acid 
Diuitraniline ... . .. 


N.(OH) 2 .COOH=1,2.6.4 
NH 2 (NO,), 1 2 6 




CH C O,N 


n.d. 275 


d.w.m.a.300 
137'8 


Behrmanu and 
Hofmann 


B., 17, 2689 
G I 4 305 


48, 139 

29 212 










138 




B, 7 371 


27, 801 










138 




A 174 273 


28 367- vil. 909 




124 






174 


Staedel 


B 14 899 A 


40 724 44 864 










175 




217, 182 
Z C [2] 7 202 


24 712 










175 




Z C [2] 6 444 


vii 145 










175 




A 174 263 


vii QfIS 










176 




B 10 1708 


34 142 










177 




Z C [2] 6 233 


vii 1 47 










182 


Latschiuoff 


B 12 1345 












182 183 


Willgerodt 


B 9 978 


30 40 J 










185 


Gottlieb 


A 85 26 


iv 448 


Nitropyrogallol 

Aiuidodiuitrophenol (picra- 
mic acid) 

j i) 


H 

1 

? 

Dinitropyrryl methylketone 

u ) 
Apotheobroraine 
Dinitroamido-resorciuol 

Trinitrodiamidobenzene 
Hydroxymethylpurine 
Diacetyl dicyanide .... 

ji IT 

,, ,, 
Nitraiuline 


(OH) 3 .NO 2 =1.2.3.? 
OH.NH,.(NO,) S =1.2.4.6 

W 
) M 


= 1.4.2.6 

NH 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 ^consecutive 
Me.CO.C 4 NH 2 (NO 2 ) 2 

1 

(OH) 2 .NH 2 .(NO.,). ! =1.3.(?) 3 
(NH 2 ) 2 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.2.4.6 
C 5 N 4 H 2 Me.OH 
(CH 3 CO.CN), 

M 

n 

NHyNO., 1.2 


C.HAN 

C,H,0 N, 

3) 
J) 
)1 
M 
> 
i 

!1 

(?) 
G.H.O.N, 
C.H.O.N, 
C 6 H 6 ON 4 
C 6 H 6 0,N 3 

T 



+H 8 

208-209 
210 c. 

170 


205 d. 
165 

165 
167 
169-170 
170 p.d. 
202 
114 
106-107 
185 
190 
very liigli 
233 
69 
69 
69 
38 


Girard 

Dabney 
Hiibner 
Stuckenber-g 
Dabney 
Henriques 
Ciamician & Silber 


Maly & Audreasch 

Nolting and Collin 
Fischer 
Hiibner 
Kleemann 

Petersen 


M. O., 1, 882 
C. E., 36, 421 

A. C. J., 5, 20 
A., 210, 392 
B., 10, 382 
A. C. J., 5, 20 
A., 215, 334 
B., 18, 1464 

u 
M. C., 3, 108 
M. C., 2, 326 
B., 17,260 
B., 17, 333 
A., 120, 336 
B., 18, 257 
A., 124, 315 
B 6 368 


iv., 406 

46, 308 
42,507 
82,474 
46, 308 
44, 329 
48, 993 

)) 

42, 633 

46, 1004 
46, 996 
vi., 23 
48, 505 

26, 1133 


i ... . .. .... 


) n 


M 




64 
65 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 278 
B 18 1494 


vii., 908 
25, 418 










86 


Walker and Zincke 


B. 5 114 





456 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitraiiilinc 


,, 
.... .... .. 

n 



,, 


NH 2 .N0 2 =1.2 

jj jj 
j ? 
) 

jj JJ 
jj v 
j) jj 
jj *j 
>* j 

= 1.3 

JJ 5J 
?J J 

JJ 7? 
) JJ> 
>J >< 
U )> 
J> J* 
? 

J* 

j> *> 
i> *> 
)v ;> 


=K* 

M M 



) I 
Jl )J 
' 
)> 

>' T 
>> 
). 1> 

)>. 17 
)> Ji- 
lt J) 

)> 
)> )J 

? 
J> ' 

CjH^CO.NH.CN).,. 
C 4 H 3 O(CONH 2 )j 
OH.NH 2 .N0 2 =1.2.6 

= 1.2.4 


i) 
= 1.4.? 

>; )i 
Me.CO.C 4 NH 3 .NO 2 

J 

C 5 H 3 MeO 3 N 4 
(OH) 2 .N0 2 .NH 2 =1.3.(?) 3 
(NO^CNH^? 
=(?)s.l.4 

NH 2 (OH).C C H 2 .OH,(NO,) 3 


C.H 6 2 N 2 


>J 
)) 
)> 

n 
jj 

j> 
)> 
jj 
jj 
jj 

n 
jj 

)> 
jj 
)j 

u 

)> 

j> 
11 

j> 
u 

j> 
)j 
jj 

) 

j> 

jj 
)i 

u 
n 
u 
jj 

C 6 H 6 2 N 4 
C 6 H 6 3 N a 

JJ 
J) 
>I 
I> 
T 
J> 
H 
)J 

C 6 H 6 3 N 4 
C 6 H,0 4 'N 2 
C 6 H 6 4 N 4 

C 6 HAN 4 
C 6 H 6 8 N 4 


285 

cf. A, 205, 85 

+ xH 2 
+H 2 O 


66 
67 
70-71 
71 
71 
71 
71-5 
71-5 
77-5 (?) 
99 (?) 
107 
108 

108 
108 
108 
108 
109-0 
110 

110 

110 
111 
112; 114 
116 
140 
141 

141 
141 
14S-9 
146 
146 

146 
146 
146 
146 
146 
146 
148 
155 
175 
212-213 p.d. 
104-105 
n.f. 240 
110-111 
133-134 
142-143 
80-90 
2U6 
183 
156 
196-197 
797 
a. 360 
170 
210-211 
294 
99-5 c. 
100 


Zincke 
Stover 
Rhine and Zincke 
Hubner 

j) 
Smith 
Korner 
Laubenheimer 
Mixter 
Salkowski 
Levinstein 
Arppe 

Griess 
Walker and Zincke 
Petersen 
Hiibner and Mears 
Korner 
Hofmann and Mus- 
pratt 
Lermontoff 

Gabriel 
Losanitsch 
Hubner 
Mixter 
Salkowski 
Arppe 

Griess 
Biedermaun 
Korner 
Saiidmeyer 
Walker and Zincke 

Petersen 
Salkowski 
Fittig 
Rinne and Zincke 
Stover 
Hiibner 
Rhalis 
Hiibner 


Jafie 
Moller 
Klinkhardt 
Stuckenberg 
Barbaglia 

Hubner 

v 
Ciamician & Silber 



Hill 
Benediktand Hubl 
Norton and Elliott 
Ledoux 
Bassett 
Lessen 


B., 7, 1374 
B., 7, 1315 
B., 7, 1374 
B., 9, 775 
A., 208, 301 
A. C. J., 6, 172 
G. I., 4, 305 
B., 11, 1156 
A. C. J., 5, 282 
A., 174, 257 
D. P., 256, 471 
A., 90, 147 ; 
A., 93, 157 
18, 857 
B., 5, 116 
B., 6, 368 
B., 9, 775 
G. I., 4, 305 
A., 57, 204 

B., 5j 235 

B., 11, 2261 
B., 15, 470 
A., 208, 278 
A. C. J., 1, 239 
A., 174, 257 
A^ 90, 147 ; 
A., 93, 157 
18,857 
B., 7, 541 
G. I., 4, 305 
B., 18, 1492 
B., 5, 115 

B., 6, 368 

B., 7, 42 
B., 7, 280 
B., 7,871 
B., 7, 1315 
A., 208, 278 
A., 198, 99 
A., 208, 278 
B., 10, 1708 
B., 7, 1671; 8,811 
J. p. [2], 22, 220 
J. p. [2], 25, 48 
B., 10, 387 
B., 7, 1259 
A., 75, 68; 205, 72 

j> 
A., 210, 382 

u 
B., 18, 1465 
B., 18, 413 
&, 18, 1458 
B., 9, 371 
M. C., 2, 324 
B., 11, 327 
B., 7, 1532 
Z. C. [1871], 701 
Z. C. [2] 


28, 255 
28, 271 
28, 255 
30, 303 
40, 1131 
48, 524 
29, 210 
34, 975 
46, 666 
28, 367 
48, 1127 
iv., 446 ; vii., 
143, 944 
vi., 921 
25, 418 
26, 1133 
30, 309 
29, 210 
iv., 446 

vii., 658 ; 25, 
503 
36, 324 
42, 955 
40, 1130, 1131 
40, 1130 
28, 367 
iv., 446 

vi., 921 
27, 808 
29, 210 
vii., 143 
25, 418 ; vii., 
944 
26, 1133 
27, 467 
27, 696 
27, 1163 
28, 271 
40, 1130 
38, 119 
40, 1131 
34, 142 
28, 479 
40, 259 
42, 498 
32, 475 
28, 273 

42,506 

j> 
48, 993 
48, 810 
48, 993 
30, 75 
40, 1133 
34, 417 

25, 99 
vi., 723 






> " - 



























>* *. .... .... 
jj- - 






j " -* 




Urocaninic acid 
Succinocyamide 
Dehydromucamide 
Aiuidonitrophenol 

,, 
,, 
^ 


) 
/3-Nitropyrryl methyl ketone 

Cl ~ M JJ U 
<*- J> JJ 

Methylurio acid 
Nitroanridoresoreinol 
Dinitrodiamidobenzeue 

jj 
Eulyte 


Hydroxylamine picrate 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



457 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrodulcitan(cf. J., 1860, 522) 
Amidophenol (4th) 



C 6 H 4 .OH.NH 2 = ? 
=1.2 
1.3 


C 6 H 6 12 N 4 
C G H ; ON 


.... 


120-130 
150; 151 
170 
d. 


Fittica 
Bantlin 


B. S., 22, 179 
B., 13, 713, 1536 
A, 103, 352 
B., 11, 2101 


40,47 




11 ~~1 4 






184 d 


Richter 


R. K T., 101 




Methoxypyridine 
Methyl hydroxypyridine .... 

Acetylpyrroline 


C 5 H 4 MeON 

CH : CH.CAc.NH.CH 
i i 


J) 


190-5-191 
177-178 


89 
Liquid 


Haitinger & Lieben 
11 
Ciamician & Denn- 


M. C., 6, 279 
G. I., 13, 455 


48, 966 
11 
46, 290 


11 
Pseudoacetyl pyrroline 


CH : CAc.CH.NH.CH 
i i 





181-182 c. 
220 


Liquid 
90 


stedt 
Ciamician & Silber 

Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 18, 881 
G. I., 13, 455 


48,808 
46, 290 


11 i) 


CH : CH.CH.NAoCH 

> i 






90 


stedt 
Schiff 


B., 10, 1501 


34, 216 


Methylic a-carbopyrrolate .... 

11 11 
a-Methyl carbopyrrolic acid 

P~ 1} 11 ! 

Nitrodiamidobenzene 
11 


C 4 H 4 N.COOMe 

C 4 H 3 MeN.COOH 

(NH 2 ),.NO 2 =1.2.4 
=1.3.? 
= 1.4.6 


C 6 H ; 3 N 3 

M 

JI 


.... 


73 
73 

135 
142-4 
169-5 
137 
161 
195 
195 


Ciamician & Silber 

Ciamician & Mag- 
naghi 
Bell 
Ciamician 

11 
Ladenburg 
Barbaglia 
Ladenburg 
Ledoux 


B., 17, 1152; 
G. I., 14, 162 
B., 18, 1832 

B., 10, 1866 
B., 14, 1056 

B., 17, 149 
B., 7, 1259 
B., 17, 148 
B., 7, 1533 


46, 1044 ; 48, 
246 

36, 525 

46, 738 
28, 273 

46, 738 


Hypocaffe'ine .... 


COO.CH.NMe.CO.N \ C.NMe 


C H ON 




181 


Fischer 


B., 14, 643, 1906 


40, 614 




1 1 


0733 




















183 




A 215 253 


44 356 


Pyrrylmethyl acetoxime 

From Cyanomethine 
Anhydro-diacetyl acetamidil 
Methyl succinylcarbamide .... 


NH : C 4 H 3 CMe : N.OH 

CO.C 2 H 4 .CO.NH.CO.NMe 

i i 


JJ 

WW 




145-146 

194 
253 
147-148 


Ciamician & Denn- 
stedt 
Meyer 
Pinner 
Menschutkin 


B., 17, 432, 2945 

J. p, [2], 27, 154 
B., 17, 175 
A., 178, 209 


46, 1044 

44, 654 
46, 723 
29, 380 


Ethylbarbituric acid 


CO.CHEt.CO.NH.CO.NH 

1 _l 







190 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 2846 


44, 314 


Dimethylbarbituric acid 


CO.CH 2 .CO.NMe.CO. NMe 

| | 







123 


Mulder 


B., 12, 467 




,, 


CO.CMe 2 .CO.NH.CO.NH 
i j 







w. m. 200 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 14, 1643 


40, 1033 


11 11 " 
Dimethylalloxan 


11 
CO.NMe.CO.NMe.CO.C(OH),, 


C,H 8 5 N 2 


viscous 105 


265 
A. a. 105 


Thorne 
Maly & Andreasch 


39, 546 
M. C., 3, 93 


42,631 


Ammonium picramate ,. 
Dulcitol hexnitrate (nitro- 
dulcite) 

11 1 ! 

Mannitol hexnitrate (nitro- 
mannite) 
Isovaleryl cyanide 
Hydroxypicoline 
Isobutylic cyanocarbonate .... 
paracyauocarbonate 
Ethyl succinimide 


C 6 H 2 .ONH 4 .NH 2 .(NO 2 ) a 
C 6 H 3 (O.N0 2 ) 6 

)1 


n 

NC.COO.CH 2 .CHMe s 

CO.CH 2 .CH 2 .O.NEt 

i " ) 


C 6 H 8 5 N 4 
C 6 H 8 18 N 6 

It 

C 6 H 9 ON 

C 6 H 9 0,N 
( ). 
n 


145-150 
155 
146 

232-234 


165 
68-72 

86-5 
108 
112-113 

Liquid 

158 

1. -12 


Girard 
Bechamp 

Richter 
Sokoloff 

Etard 
Weddige 

11 
Landsberg 


C. R., 36, 421 
C. R., 51, 257 

B. S., 22, 179 
R. K. T., 103 
B., 12, 698 

A., 131, 74 
C. R., 92, 460 
J. p. [2], 10, 20.1 
J. p. [2], 10, 215 
A., 215, 172 


iv., 407 
il., 351 

36, 778 

40, 1046 
28, 448 
28, 449 
44,477 


11 M 
11 11 

Dimethyl succinimide 


11 
CO.CH 2 .CMe 2 .CO.NH 





234 

234 
sb. 60 


20-24 
S6 
105-107 


Menschutkin 
Pinner 


A, 178, 201 
A., 182, 90 
B., 14, 1076 


29, 380 
30, 626 
40, 797 


Ethylic acetcyanacetate 


CHAc(CN).COOEt 
NAc 3 


C 6 H 9 3 N 


.... 


26 
78 79 


Hallard and Held 
Wiehelhaus 


C. R., 95, 235 

B , 3, 848 


42, 1280 
24 407 ; vii., 3 
















3 N 



458 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name, 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Trimethylic cyanurate 


.... 


C 6 H 9 3 N 3 


100-170 


133 


Hofmann and Ols 


P. K, 18, 493 


vii., 409 












hauseu 






.1 11 


.... 


w 


.... 


132 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 271, 765 


24, 136 


11 


.... 





274 


175-176 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 42, 62 


ii., 293 


11 ., 


.... 


11 




175 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 272, 765 


24, 136 


ii i. 









175 





P. E. S., 18, 433 


vii., 409 


Ethylie diazosuocinamate 


NH 2 .CO.CN 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 


a 




110-112 d. 


Curtius and Koch 


B., 18, 1298 


48, 886 


Hydrocaffuric acid 


NHMe.C : N.CO.NMe.CH. 




.... 


245 


Fischer 


B., 14, 1910 


42, 217 




i i 
















CO.^ 














11 )i 










240-248 





A., 215, 253 


44, 356 


Pseudodiazo-acetam ide 


(C 2 H 3 ON 3 ) 3 


C 6 H 9 3 N 9 




170 d. 


Curtius 


B., 18, 1290 


48, 884 


Ethylie aeetoxamate 


NHAc.CO.COOEt 


C 6 H 9 O 4 N 




54 


Kretzschmar ant 


J. p. [2], 9, 299 


27, 790 












Salomon 






11 i. 










54 


Kretzschmar 


C. C. [1876], 233 


31, 614 


nitroso-aeeto^acetate 


Ac.CH(NO).COOEt 


(1 




52-54 


Meyer and Zublin 


B., 11, 320 


34, 487 


... imidosuccinate 


COOH.CH.NH.CH.COOEt 







100 


Lehrfeld 


B., 14, 1822 


42, 164 


Caffiiric acid 




C 6 H 9 4 N 3 




210-220 d. 


Fischer 


B., 14, 1909 


42, 217 


Ethylie oximidosuccinate .. 


COOH.C 2 H 2 (N.OH).COOEt 


C 6 H 9 6 N 




110-111 d. 


Ebert 


A., 229, 45 


48, 1122 


Amidotriglycollic acid 


N(CH 2 .COOH)., 


C 6 H 9 6 N 




a. 190, d. 


Heintz 


A., 122, 269 


vi., 646 


Citramic acid 


C 3 H 6 0(CO.NH 2 )(COOH) 2 







138 


Behrmann ant 


B., 17, 2687 


48, 138 












Hofmann 






Xyloidin 


C 6 H 9 (NO 2 \ 


C fl H 9 7 N 




b. 180 






v., 1060 


Nitroisodulcitol 




C 6 H 9 U N 3 




b. 100 


..>. 


A., 127, 364 




Mannitol pentanitrate 


(C 6 H 8 (OH)(O.N0 2 ) 5 


C 6 H 9 16 N 5 




77-79 




J. [1864], 583 




Diethyl carbamine cyanide ... 


NC.CO.NEtj 


C 6 H 10 ON 2 


219-220 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 737 


40, 717 


Ethylie ethyl cyanamido- 


N(CN)Et.COOEt 


C 6 H 10 2 N 2 


abt. 213 


Liquid 


Bassler 


J. p. [2], 16, 160 


34,215 


carbonate 
















Sarcosine anhydride 


NMe.CH 2 .CO,NMe.CH,,CO 





350 


149-150 


Mylius 


B., 17, 287 


46, 994 


Dimethyl allantoin 




C 6 H 10 3 N 




225 


Cloez 


I. D., Paris, 1866 


vi., 520 


Ethylie amidomaleamate 


NH^CO.CH :C(NH 2 ).COOE 


C fi H 10 3 N 2 




62 u.c. 


Claus and Voeller 


B., 14, 152 


40, 254 


imidosuccinamate ... 


NH 2 .CO.CH.NH.CH.COOE 






118 


Lehrfeld 


B., 14, 1821 


42, 163 




| | 














a-|8-diisomtrasobuty- 


CH 3 .C(N.OH).C(N.OH). 


C 6 H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


140 d. 


Ceresole & Kockerl 


E, 17, 821 


46, 1121 


rate 


COOEt 














dioarboxylamide car- 


CH(CQNH 2 ) 2 COOEt 


B 




190-191 


Amato 


G. I. ?, 690 


25, 401 


boxylate 
















Citrodiamic acid 


C 3 H 6 0(CO.NH 2 ) r COOH 


C 6 H 10 5 N 3 




158 


Behrmaun and 


B,, 17, 2685 


48, 138 












Hofmauu 






Dinitrohexylic acid 


CH 3 .C(N0 2 ) 2 .CMe 2 .COOH 


C 6 H 10 6 N 2 




215 


Kachler 


A., 191, 144, 155 


34, 513 


Tetranitrodulcitol 


C 6 H 10 (NQ 2 ) 4 6 


C H 10 14 N 4 




130-140 


Bechamp 


C. E., 51, 257 


ii., 351 


Amylic cyanate 


CHPr^Me.O.CN 


C 6 H n ON 


100-120 


Liquid 


Wurtz 


C. E., 


vi., 114 


Isoamylic 


CVHpACN 




abt. 100 







A. C. [3], 42, 43 


ii., 195 


'- 








134-135 


Liquid 


Custer 


B., 12, 1329 


36, 913 


>' 


.... 





200 


.... 


Hofmann and 


B., 3, 275 














Olshausen 






Ethoxybutyronitril 


Me.CH(OEt),CH 2 .CN 


v 


173 




Pinner 


B., 12, 2053 


38,99 


11 


)J 




173-174 




Einne 


B., 6, 389 




Ally] acetoxime 


C 6 H 10 :N.OH 




187-5 c. 


Liquid 


Nageli 


B., 16, 496 


14, 728 


Mesityloxime.... 


J, 




180-190 p.d. 


Liquid 




B., 16, 495 




Ethyldiacetamide 


NEtAc 3 


C 6 H U 0,N 


185-192 




Wurtz 


A. C. [2], 42, 55 




Ethylie amidoaceto-acetate.... 


cf. Z.C. 1871, 246 






90 




J. [1863], 325 




Ethylie paramido-aoeto-aoe- 
tate 


.... 


" 


212-214 


30-Sl 


Duisberg 


B., la, 1386 


42, 1193 


11 






f. A., 213, 172 


25-28 


Preclit 


B., 11, 1194 


34, 971 


Ammonium ethylene dirne- 








a. 63 


Geuther 


J. [1875], 302 


34, 97X 


thylene carbonate 
















Nitrosopropylacetone 
Isonitrosoisopropylacetone .... 


Me.CO.CH(NO).Pr 
Me.CO.C(N.OH).PrP 


' 




49-5 
5 


['read well 
Westenbergtr 


B., 14, 2159 
B., 16, 2992 


44, 572 
46, 581 


Acfcaneine .... 


.... 


C 6 H n O 2 N 3 




10-112 


Tischer 


A., 215, 253 


4i, 356 


Ethylie acetamidoacetate .... 


NHAc.CH 2 . COOEt 


C 6 H U 3 N 


260 (712) 


8 


Curtius 


B., 16, 753; 17, 


44, 1087; 46, 














1673 


1307 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



459 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


| 
Authority. 


I 

Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Isobutylic oxamate 


NH 2 .CO.COOBu3 


C 6 H n 3 N 


.... 


89-90 


Wallach and Lieb- 


B., 13, 507 


38, 557 












mann 






,, 


) 


J> 


.... 


00 


Geuther 


J. [1863], 324 


vi., 601 


Ethylic ethyloxamate 


NHEt.CO.COOEt 


11 


244-246 u.c. 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 8, 762 


28, 1187 


)j 





) 


244-246 


Liquid 


Wallach and West 


A., 184, 60 


32, 186 


dimethyloxamate .... 


NMe 2 .CO.COOEt 


1 


240-250 




.... 


A., 217, 137 




u 


' 


') 


242-%45 


.... 


Ladenburg 


B., 14, 2130 




ji 


M 


J1 


250-260 


.... 


Hofmann 


J. [1862], 329 


iv., 281 


Diethyloxaniic acid 


NEt 2 .CO.COOH 


)) 




a. 80 


Heintz 


A., 127, 53 


40, 718 


j) > 


II 


J) 


.... 


99-101 


Wallach 


B., 14, 743 


)J 


Methyl snccinuraiuide 


NH2.CO.CHj.CH2.CO.NH. 


C 6 H U 3 N 3 




205-207 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 210 


39, 380 




CO.NHMe 














Diethylic carboxylocarba- 


NH(COOEt) 3 


C 6 H n 4 N 


226 (760) ; 


49-50 


Wurtz &Henninger 


C. R., 100, 1419 


48,969 


mate 






144^146(20; 










Ethylamidodiglycollic acid .... 


NH(CH 2 .COOH)(CHEt. 





200-220 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 145, 214 


vi., 646 




COOH) 














Nitrohexylic acid 


CH 3 .C(N0 2 ).CMe 2 .COOH 


) 


.... 


116;ar.lll-5 


Kachler 


A., 191, 159 


34, 514 


Citramide .. .... .... 


C 6 H S O 4 (NH 2 ) 3 


aHnO.N, 


brown a. 200 


210-215 


Behrmann and 


B., 17, 2685 


48, 138 




O^^o 4\ ^^2/a 


^6 11^4* 3 






Hofmanu 






Diglycollamic diuramide .... 


(NH 2 .CO.NH.CO.CH 4! ) 2 NH 


C 8 H n 4 N 6 




195-200 


Mulder 


B., 6, 1016 


27,48 


Oximido-ether 


HN : C(OEt).C(OEt) : NH 


C H 12 2 N 2 


170 


25 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1482 


3S, 47 


Propionylethylcarbamide ... 


NHEt.CO.NH.C 3 H 5 O 


U 


.... 


100 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 754 


42, 1052 


Isovaleryl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH(C 5 H 9 O) 





.... 


191 


.... 


A., 94, 102 


i., 753 


Di-(acetamido)-ethylidene .... 


CH 3 .CH(NHAc) 2 


) 




169 


Tawildarow 


B., 5, 477 


26,58;vii.,3,32 


laodiethyloxamide 


NEt.,.CO.CO.NH 2 


J 


266-268 u.c. 


126-127 


Wallach 


B., 14, 735 


40, 717 


Dimethylsuccinamide 


NHMe.CO.(CH 2 ) 3 .CO. 


1 


.... 


175 


Wallach&Kamenski 


B., 14, 170 


40, 285 




NHMe 














.... 


J 


)1 




175 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 943 


48, 887 


j, ... 


NH 2 .CO.(CHMe) 2 .CO.NH 2 


)1 


.... 


n.f. 260 


.... 


J. p. [2], 26, 359 






NFT CO.(CH 2 ) 4 .CO.NH 2 






220 


Henry 


C. R., 100, 943 








J) 










H 


Diisonitroso-acetonyl acetone 


HON : CMe.(CH 2 ) 2 .CMe : 


)) 




134-135 


Paal 


B., 18, 59 


48, 505 




NOH 














Methylpropylglyoxirue 


Me.C(NOH) C(NOH).Pr 


)) 




168 


Schramm 


B., 16, 2185 


46,52 


Ethylazaurolic acid 




C 6 H 1 AN 4 (?) 




142 


Meyer & Constam 


A,, 214, 328 


44, 40 


Triaceto-diamide 


N 2 H 3 Ac 3 


C 6 H 12 3 N 2 


212-217 




Gautier 


A., 150, 189 


vi., 524 


Sarcosiue anhydride 


(NHMe.CH 2 .CO) 2 O 


J 




143-146 


Traube 


B., 15, 2112 


44, 192 


Oxalyl diethylnitrosohydra- 


.... 


C 6 H 13 4 N 6 




144-145 d. 




A., 199, 298 




zine 
















Acetyl diethylarnide 


NEt 2 Ac 


C 6 H U ON 


185-186 




Wallach 


A., 214, 235 


44, 49 


Capro-amide .... 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 4 .CO.NH 2 






120 


Hofmaun 


B,, 15, 983 






C 5 H,,.CO.NH 3 




255 




Henry 


B., 2, 495 




Isocaproamide 


CHMe 2 .CH, i .CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


Jt 

J) 




100 


Hofmann 


J * ^"*f 

B., 15, 983 




Oaproamide .... 


CHMePr.CO.NH 2 






95 


Kelbe and Warth 


B., 15, 311 


42, 711 






>V 












Methyl butylacetoxime 


CMe 3 .CMe : N.OH 


1) 


.... 


74-75 


Janny 


B., 15, 2780 


44,580 


Piperyl-semicarbazide 


C 5 H 10 N.NH.CO.NH 2 


C 6 H 13 ON,, 




136 


Knorr 


A., 221, 297 


46, 468 


Isoamylic carbaraate 


NH 2 .COO(C 5 H U ) 


C 6 H a OJi 


220 


66 


.... 


A., 71, 106 


i., 750 


Ethylic propylcarbamate .... 


NHPrCOOEt 


>J 


186 




Schreiner 


J. p. [2], 20, 125 


38, 312 


Methylaniidovaleric acid 


CH Me 2 .CH(NHMe).COOH 


J 




w.m.a. 120 


Duvillier 


A. C. [5], 21, 433 


40, 713 


a-amidocaproic acid (Leucine) 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CH(NH 2 ).COOH 


)) 




170 


Schwanert 


A., 102, 221 


iii., 581 


u 


n 


) 




w. m. 170 


Mulder 


J. p., 16, 290 


j 


Amidocaproic acid 


C^^NHjJ.COOH 


11 




210 


Kohler 


A., 134, 36 


vi., 782 


,, 


1 







w. m. 210 


Nencki 


J. p. [2], 15, 390. 


32, 596 


a-ethoxybutyramide 


Cn 3 .CH 2 .CH(OEt).CO.NH 2 







68-70 




A. C. [5], 17, 542 




0- 


CH,.CH(OEt).CH 3 .CO.NH 2 





...." 


71 


Pinner 


B., 12, 2057 


38,99 


a-hydroxycaproamide 


C 4 H 9 .CH(OH).CO.NH 3 


M 




140-142 




J. R., 12, 367 




Hexylnitrous acid .... .' .... 


C 6 H 13 .N0 2 (2) 


(?) 


212(763)p.d. 


Liquid 


Chancel 


C. R., 100, 601 


48. 647 


Trimethyl a-propiobeta'ine ... 


NMe,.CHMe.CO.O 

i i 


)1 


begins 210 


.... 


Bruhl 


B., 9, 40 


29, 699 


Diethylglvoxylaniide 


CH(OEt) 2 .CO.NH 2 


CeH.AN 


MM 


76-5 


.... 


Z. C. [1870], 168 










IT 




81-82 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1477 


36,47 


Isoamylcarbamide 


NH,,.CO.NH(CH 2 ) 3 CHMe 2 


C 6 H 14 ON 3 




88-91 


Ouster 


B., 12, 1330 


36, 913 


Amyl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 .C 4 H 9 


}1 




120 


Wurtz 


B. S. [2], 7, 141 


vi., 1116 

















3 M 2 



460 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point; 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Wa Its' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Amyl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CHMe.C 3 H 7 


C 6 H 14 ON S 


cf. A, 139, 328 


151 


Wurtz 


B. S. [2], 7, 141 


vi., 1116 


Nitrosodipropylamine 


O : N.NPr 2 





200-205 




Siersch 


A., 144, 144 


vi., 9C5 


? 


.... 


C 6 H 14 5 N 2 


.... 


152 


Ehrenberg 


J. p., 32, 97 


48, 1192 


Aceto-ethyl-nitrate .... ' 


.... 


C 6 H U 7 N 2 


84-86 


.... 


Nadler 


A., 116, 173 




Hydroxypropylpropylauiine 


NHPr.C 3 H 6 .OH 


C 6 H 15 ON 


174-177 


30 


Liebermann & Paal 


B., 16, 532 


44, 910 


Trietliylalkamine 


cf. a, 14, 1878 


) 


161 


Liquid 


Ladeiiburg 


C. R 93, 338 


40, 1158 


Diacetonalkamine 


.... 


|| 


174-175 


**> 


Heintz 


A., 183, 293 


31, 592 


Ammonium pseudodiazoacet- 


(C 2 H 3 ON 3 ) 3 .2NH 3 


C 6 H 16 3 N U 


.... 


155 d. 


Curtius 


B., 18, 1290 


48, 884 


amide 
















Acid ammonium propionate 


(Et.COONH 4 +Et.COOH) 


C 6 H 15 4 N 




45 


Sestini 


Z. C. [2], 7, 34 


24, 235 ; vii. , 
















1010 


Trinitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.(NO 2 ) 3 =1 .2.4.6(?) 


C 7 H 3 8 N 3 


.... 


190 


Tiemann & Judson 


B., 3, 224 


vii., 166 


Triuitrohydroxybenzoic acid 


COOH.OH.(NOj)s=1.3.(?) 3 


C 7 H 3 9 N 3 


+H 2 


105 


Schardinger 


B., 8, 1491 


29, 584 


Nitrobenzonitril 


CN.N0 2 =1.2 


C,H 4 2 N S 


.... 


109 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1713 


34, 140 





n 


) 


.... 


109 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1495 




it 


;> 


J) 


.... 


109 


Barthlein 


B., 10, 1713 







>j ) 


) 




109-110 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 2338 




,, 


=1.3 


J) 


cf.A.,149,297 


115 


Engler 


Z. C. [2], 4, 613 


vi., 526 


j> - 


J 


)) 


.... 


115 


Sandmeyer 


B.j 18, 1494 







M )) 


H 


.... 


115 


Frioke 


B., 7, 1321 




jj 


J) 


1 




115-117 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 522 


44, 916 


j) 


)> 


I) 


.... 


117 


Scbopf 


B., 18, 1063 


48, 896 


j> .... ... 





j) 


.... 


117-118 


..* 


A., 146, 336 




j> 


=1.4 


)J 


cf.A.,149,298 


139 


Engler 


Z. C. [2], 4, 613 


vi., 526 





J) 





.... 


146 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1493 







) J 


j> 




147 


Bruyn 


E. T,, 2, 238 


48, 658 


,j .... 





I 


.... 


147 


Fricke 


B., 7, 1322 


28, 272 


Nitrohydroxybenzonitril 


OH.CN.N0 2 =1.3.? 


C 7 H 4 O 3 N 2 




182-183 


Smith 


J. p. [2], 16, 228 


34, 72 


Dinitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.3.4 


C 7 H 4 0,N 3 




161 u. c. 


Glaus & Halberstadt 


B., 13, 816 


38, 647 


jj jj 


=1.2.5 


) 




177 


Griesa 


B., 7, 1224 


28, 263 


;, ,J 


=1.2.4 







179 


Michler 


B., 7, 422; A., 


27, 695; 28, 644 














175, 150 




)) JJ 


11 )1 


> 




179 


Griess 


B., 7, 1225 


28, 263 


), ,, 


J' J 


I) 


.... 


179 


Tienian and Judson 


A., 173, 145, 176; 


28, 757; vii., 














B., 3, 223 


165 


1, 


5 )i 





.... 


179 


Hiibner& Stromeyer 


B., 13, 461 




)) JJ 


' ') 


)) 


.... 


179 


Hiibner 


A., 222, 67 







I> )> 


)> 


.... 


181 


Glaus & Halberstadt 


B., 13, 816 




Jl 


=1.2.6 


) 




202 


Griess 


B., 7, 1225 


28, 263 


5> JJ 


=1.3.5 





.... 


201 


Staedel 


A.., 217, 194 


44,865 


J, 


> 


)> 


.... 


202 


Tienian and Judson 


B., 3, 224 


vii., 165 


JJ jj 


> 


) 


.... 


202 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 13, 355 


38, 471 












batow 






J> JJ 










203-204 


Staedel 


B., 14, 902 


40, 725 





i > 


)) 


.... 


203-204 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1485 




I) )) 


v 







204 


Michler 


A., 175, 152 


28, 644 


) JJ 


u 


)) 


.... 


204-205 


Mure tow 


Z. C. [2], 6, 641 


vii., 165 


)) 


v ) 


)> 


.... 


204-205 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1703 


34, 148 


)) 


'> 


11 




205 


jj 


A., 222, 67 


46, 314 


Methylene dinitrocatechol .... 


CH 2 :0 2 :C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


J 


cf. A., 199, 75 


101 u.c. 


Jobst and Hesse 


B., 11, 1034 


34,733 


Dinitrosalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 7 H 4 7 N 2 




157-158 


.... 


A,, 69, 230 ; 78, 8 







=1.2.(?) 8 


)) 




165 


Salkowski 


A., 173, 43 


28, 71 


D 


=1.2.3.5 


1) 




173 


Hiibner 


A., 195, 47 


36, 382 


j .... 


" i) 


|| 




173 


Hiibner & Babcock 


B., 12, 1345 




Dinitrobydroxybenzoic acid 


=1.4.3.5.(2) 


n 




235 d. 


Salkowski 


B., 4, 225 


24, 556 





!I 


) 


.... 


235-237 


jj 


A., 163, 36 


25, 716 


Phenylic isocyanate (carbanil) 


PLN : co 


C 7 H 6 ON 


163 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


P. E., 19, 108; 


24, 139; vii., 














B., 3, 655 


407 


ij 





jj 


163 c. 


.... 


Weith 


B., 9, 821 


30, 639 


" >i 


) 


jj 


160-165 




Eichter 


E. K. T., 139 




jj 


j> 


jj 


166 (769) 




Hofmann 


B., 18, 765 


48, 774 


> i> 


ji 





178-180 


Liquid 


jj 


A., 74, 9 


ii., 196 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



461 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxybenzonitril .... ' .... 


OH.CN=1.3 


C 7 H S ON 


.... 


8* 


Griess 


B., 8, 859 


28, 1261 


,, 


j) 


51 




82 


Smith 


J. p. [2], 16, 221 


34, 72 





=1.4 


H 


.... 


112-113 


Klepl 


J. p., 28, 193 


46,447 


jj 


JJ JJ 


)J 


.... 


113 


Hartmann 


J. p. [2], 16, 55 


32, 896 


,, 


=1-2 







195 


.... 


B. S., 13, 26 







JJ 


( V 


.... 


280-285 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 13, 25 


vi., 1012 


Methenylamidophenol 


C 6 H 4 .N : CH.O=1.2 


)J 


182-5 


30-5 


Ladenburg 


B., 10, 1124 


32, 752 




1 1 














Anthranil 


C 6 H 4 .NH.CO or C 6 H 4 .N : C. 


)I 


210-215 d. 


L. 18 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 2105 


44, 188 




i iii 
















OH=1.2 








Henriques 






Nitrosoindazole 


.... 


C ; H 5 ON 3 


.... 


73 


Fischer and Fafel 


A., 227, 303 


48, 541 


Salicylimide .... 


C 6 H..CO.NH.O=1.2 


C,H,O,N 




n.f. 200 


Lirnpricht 


A., 98, 261 


v., 167 




i i 


V 7 5 z^ 1 












Oxycarbanil .... 


CO : N.C 6 H 4 .OH=1.2 






136-138 


Grenvik 


B. S, [2], 25, 177 


31, 473 


Diazobenzoimide 


C 6 H 4 .N 2 .NH.O.CO=1.2 


C 7 HAN 3 


I 


145 


Griess 


Z. C, [2], 3, 165 


vi., 259 




1 1 














,, 


=1.3 


I) 




160 





Z. C. [2], 3, 164 


vi., 258 


jj 


=1.4 


)) 




185 


D 


JJ 


vi., 259 


Benzoyl nitrite 


C 6 H 5 .CO.N0 2 


C 7 H S 0,N 




Liquid 


Lippmann and 


B., 9, 1464 


31, 315 












Hawliczek 






Nitrobenzaldehyde 


COH.N0 2 =1.2 


) 


.... 


43-5-44-5 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 829 


40, 730 


jj .... .. 


JJ JJ 


?) 


.... 


46 


Bertagnini 


A., 79, 260 


I., 570 


jj .... 


JJ 11 


3 


.... 


46 


Friedlander and 


B., 14, 2803 


42, 840 












Henriques 






jj .... .... 


=1.3 


n 


.... 


56-57 


Gabriel, 


B., 15, 838 


48, 1070 





JJ Jl 





.... 


58 


Lippmann and 


B., 9, 1463 


31, 315 












Hawliczek 






,, .... 


=1-4 


jj 


.... 


93 


Fischer and Greiff 


B., 13, 670 


38, 640 


,, 


JJ JJ 


jj 




104 


Friedlander 


B., 14, 2577 




..,. 


)) 


jj 


.... 


106 


Fischer 


B., 14, 2525 


40, 393 


Nitrophenylene carbamide .... 


NO 2 .C,H 3 .NH.CO.NH 


C.H 5 3 N 3 




n.f. 300 


Hager 


B., 17, 2625 


48, 150 




i i 














Nitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.N0 2 =?(4th) 


C 7 H 5 O 4 N 


.... 


125 


Fittica 


B., 8, 252 


88, 766 





JJ JJ 


JJ 




127 


Fischer 


A., 127, 140 


i., 555 


,, .... 


JJ )> 


JJ 


.... 


127 


Wilbrandt & Beil- 


A., 128, 257 


iv., 61 












stein 






,, >, 


)J 


JJ 




127 


Tiemann & Judson 


B., 3, 224 


vii., 165 


,, ,, .... .... 


J ) 


JJ 


.... 


127 


Radziszeweki 


B., 5, 332 


85, 1097 


,j ,j .... .... 


)) 


JJ 


.... 


127 ; 128. 


Fittica 


B., 8, 710, 741 ; 


28, 1195 ; 30, 














9, 788; 10, 481, 


412; 38,483, 














163.0 ; J. p. [2], 


34, 65; 36, 














13, 184 


151 


jj >j * 


> 


JJ 


.... 


127 


Bodewig 


B., 12, 1983 


38, 251 


i .... 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


128 


Mills 


[2], 4, 363 


vi., 314 


jj 


JJ 1} 


JJ 


.... 


128-130 


Fittica 


B., 9, 794 


30, 411 


.... .... 


=1.3 


JJ 


.... 


135 





B., 10, 484; 11, 


32, 483; 34, 














1210 ; J. p. 


981 ; 36, 152 














[2], 13, 184 




,, 1) 


1 





MM 


135-136 





B., 9, 789 


30, 412 


JJ JJ 


> W 


JJ 


.... 


136 


> 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 151 


,, 


)1 ) 


JJ 


.... 


136 


Bodewig 


B., 12, 1983 


38, 251 


JJ J) " 


) 


JJ 


.... 


138 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1494 




j, ,, .... 


)J 1) 


.,,, 


... 


138-140 


Mouuet, Eeverding, 


B., 12, 444 


36,625 












and Nolting 






J) J 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


139 u.c. 


Wiudmann 


B., 8, 392 


28, 893 


,, ,, 


)> >> 


JJ 


.... 


140 


Plascuda & Zincke 


B., 7, 985 


88,70 


JJ )) 


)) JJ 


JJ 


.... 


140 


Fittica 


B., 8, 252 ; 710, 


28, 766, 1195 














741 




,, 


' J 


JJ 


.... 


140 


Griess 


B., 8, 526 


28, 892 





J> ) 


JJ 


.... 


uo 


Hubner 


B., 10, 1699 


34, 150 


:> 





JJ 


.... 


140;r,s.ll7; 


Windmann 


A., 193, 212 


36, 154 










of. (slow) 
















135 ; af. 
















(quick) 141 












V ' 



462 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.N0 2 =1.3 


C 7 H 6 4 N 


.... 


140 ; 142 


Salkowski 


B., 10, 1258 




jj .... .... 


,, 


jj 


.... 


140 


Schiff 


B., 11, 1782; 


36, 157, 321 














G. I., 8, 294 










,, 


.... 


140-141 


Windmann 


B., 10, 1159 


32, 783 


,J jy .... ... 


jj 





.... 


140-141 


Monnet & Nolting 


G. I. C., 1879 




J) yy .... ... 










141 


Beilstein and 


A., 163, 134 


vii., 165 ; 25, 












Kuhlberg 




709 





>. 





.... 


141 


Naumann 


B., 8, 526 


28, 892 











.... 


141 


Thompson 


B., 14, 1186 




,, .... ... 


jj j 





.... 


141 


Hubner 


A., 195, 1 


36, 381 





)> >j 





.... 


141 


Bodewig 


B., 12, 1983 


38, 251 


.... 


JJ >J 





.... 


141-142 


McHugh 


B., 7, 1267 


28, 270 











.... 


141-5 


Ladenburg 


B., 8, 536 


28, 887 


, 


,, 







141-5 


Lellmann and 


A., 228, 239 


48, 974 












Wurthner 















.... 


142 


Hubner 


B., 10, 1697 


34, 150 











.... 


142 





A., 222, 67 


46, 314 





., 





.... 


142 


Fittica 


B., 9, 788; 10, 


30, 412 ; 32, 














481 ; 11, 1207; 


483 ; 34, 981 ; 














J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 152 





JJ JJ 







142 


Bodewig 


B., 12, 1983 


38, 251 


., 


JJ 





.... 


141-142 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 241 


32, 485 





M >J 







141-142 


Naumann 


A., 133, 205 


vi., 314 





=1.2 





.... 


140-141 


Salkowski 


B., 5, 722 


25, 1024 ; vii., 
















947 













141 


Windmann 


A., 195, 202 


36, 154 





,> 


jj 


.... 


141-143 


Bedson 


37, 93 













.... 


143 


Windmann 


B., 8, 393 


28, 893 





1? > 





.... 


145 


Claisen & Shadwell 


G. J. C., 1879 







>. j> 





.... 


145 


Griess 


J. p. [2], 6, 384 


26, 637 


,, 


ii 





.... 


145 


Monnet and Nolting 


G. J. G, 1879 







> 


,, 




145 


Baeyerand Drewsen 


B., 15, 2860 




J, 








.... 


145-147 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 10, 828 















146 u. c. 


Engler 


B., 18, 2239 




*"* ** 


... ,, 





.... 


146 


Noyes 


B., 16, 53 




), ,7 


... 







146-147 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 1038 




n 





,, 


.... 


146-5 


Ulausand Mallmann 


B., 11, 760 




>' 


. >. 





.... 


147 


Kumpf 


B., 17, 1074 


46, 1004 





.. 





.... 


llfl 


Windmann 


A., 193, 210, 221 


36, 154 











.... 


147-148 


Friedlauder and 


B., 14, 1920 














Ostermeier 






, 


*. 


,, 




149 


Windmann 


B., 10, 1159 


32, 783 


mixture 


J-i 1. 







172-174 


Wilbrandt and 


A., 128, 265 














Beilstein 






n 


. 


jj 




172-174 


Hubner and Bie- 


A., 147, 268 














dermann 






w > u 


). >J 







173-175 


Faust 


J. [1869], 651 




J. jj 


JJ JJ 







178-179 


Fittica 


B., 8, 254 


28, 766 


JJ JJ JJ 


JJ J. 







179 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 863 




.... .... 


= 1.4 





.... 


230 


Eadziszewski 


Z. C. [2], 5, 35S 


vi., 1102 


JJ 


jj 







230 


Bedson 


37, 91 




1! 


j. 


jj 




233 

232-235 
234 


Griess 
Ladenburg 
Claus 


B., 8, 529 
B., 8, 536 
B., 15, 2332 


28, 893 
28,' 887 




" 


" 


.... 


234 
233-237 


Hassenpflug 
TjtidGiiljii i" ^ 


B., 8, 712 
B. 8 536 


28, 1188 


JJ J, 




9J 




232-240 
236 


Monnetand Nolting 


G. J. G, 1879 


28, 887 
36, 154 


,J 


.. 







238 


Erlenmeyer 


B., 8, 535 


28, 887 





JJ jj 







238 


Micliaeland Norton 


G. J. G, 1877 




Jl J) .... ... 


Jj i) 


J. 




238 


Windmann 


B., 8, 393 


28, 893 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR, ELEMENTS. 



463 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.N0 2 =1.4 


C 7 H 5 4 N 




238 


Wiudmann 


B., 10, 1159 


32, 783 


,, j) * 


j> 


?) 




238 


Eennie 


41, 223 




? , ,, 


) 


)* 




238 


Windinann 


A., 193, 226 


36, 154 





)> D 


)J 




238 


Spica 


G. I., 8, 406 


36, 631 


,, 


> n 


3J 




238 


Maxwell 


B., 12, 1766 


38, 120 


,, 


j) )> 


I) 




236-240 


Mills 


[2], 4, 363 


vi., 314 


,, ,, 


)j ?> 


)) 




240 


Wilbrand&Beilsteii 


A., 126, 255 


iv., 61 


,, ,, 


i i 


)1 




240 


Fischer 


B., 8, 526 


28, 893 





)5 )I 


) 




240 u. c. 


Claus and Witt 


B., 18, 1674 







J> )? 


H 




240 


Stuart 


47, 158 




,, 


H ) 


j) 




240 


Noyes 


B., 16, 53 




Nitrohydroxybenzaldehyde... 


COH.OH.NO 2 =1.2. ? 


)) 




105-107 


Mazzara 


G. I., 6, 460 


31, 597 


,, .... 


=1.2.7 


55 




123-125 


jj 


)> 


) 


,, 


= 1.3.? 


)J 




125 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 3052 


44, 586 


) ... 


=1.3.2. or 6 


1 




128 


Ludwig 


C. C., 1884, 35 


48, 664 


i, .... 


1 M 


I 




128 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2053, 3052 


44, 189 





=1.3.4 


1) 




138 





11 


1) 


,, .... 


J 


1) 




138 


Ludwig 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48,664 


.... 


=1.3.5 


)1 




166 














)1 T 


n 




166 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2054, 3052 


44, 189, 586 





= 1.4. ? 


jj 




139-140 s. 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 1269 


34, 65 





> 


)> 




140 


Mazzara 


G. I., 7, 285 


32, 781 


Methylene nitrocatechol 


NO,.C 6 .H 3 .O.CH 2 .O=?.1.2 





cf. A. 199, 73 


148 u. c. 


Jobst and Hesse 


B., 11, 1034 


34, 733 




" i 














Nitrotoluquinone 


C 6 H 2 Me.(N0 2 ):0 2 







237 


Etard 


C. R., 84, 614; 


32, 476; 40, 














A. C. [5], 22, 275 


583 


Pyridine dicarboxylic acid .... 


N.(COOH) 2 =? 


i) 


.... 


abt. 210 


Dewar 


C. N., 23, 38 


24, 145 


M >i 


=1.2.3 







S22-225 


Furth 


M. C., 2, 416 


42, 231 


(quinolic acid) 
















> 5j )i 





)> 


<> 


222-225 


Hoogewerff & Dorp 


B., 12, 747; 13,65 


36, 731 


i? i) 11 


') 11 


v 


Brown 295 


226 d. 


Ladenburg & Both 


B., 18, 52 


48, 558 


J> 51 


Jl )) 


> 


d.lOO=njco- 


228 - 230 


Hoogewerff & Dorp 


R. T., 1, 1, 107 ; 


44, 90 








tic acid; in 


(slow); 180 




B., 16, 426 










cap.tube= 


d. (quick) ; 














brown 175 


a. f. 228 








Pyridine dicarboxylic acid 


=1.2.4 





Impure, cf.B 


219 


Waage 


M. C., 4, 708 


46, 173 


(lutidinic acid) 






18, 1745 










55 


> 1) 





)J 


219 


Weidel and Pick 


M. C., 5, 656 


48, 55 


n 


) 





n 


219 


Hantzsch 


B., 18, 1745 




i* * 


)J )> 


) 


> 


219-5 


Weidel and Herzig 


M. G, 1, 20 




5 51 5 


1 


>i 


) 


220 


Furth 


M. G, 2, 416 


42,231 


)> 


1> 







234-235-5 


Bottinger 


B., 14, 68 


M 


11 )i 


J) 


) 




235 


Ladenburg & Roth 


B., 18, 916 


48, 816 


Pyridine dicarboxylic acid 


=1.2.6 


)) 




236 


Furth 


M. G, 2, 416 


42,231 


(isocinchomeronic acid) 
















5j 11 11 


>1 1) 







236-237 


Epstein 


B., 18, 1745 




5* >i n 










237-5 


Ramsay and Dobbie 


B., 11, 326 


33, 103 


i) ji ) 


)1 


u 




237-5 d. 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 4, 244 


36, 267 


11 i j 


)J )1 


j 




241 


Dewar 


36, 947 




Pyridine dicarboxylic acid .... 


= ? 


5) 




d. 241-245 


Ramsay 


P. M. [5], 6, 24 


JI 


11 11 


J 


It 




d. 244-245 


H 


P, M. [5], 6, 21 


)1 


11 j) 11 


=1.3.4 


1) 


cf.A.,173,96 


249-250 p.d. 


Weidel & Schmidt 


B., 12, 1148 


36, 947 


(cinchona eronic acid) 

















11 11 


) )) 


* 




250 d. 


Hoogewerff & Dorp 


B,, 13, 61; A., 204, 


38, 405, 896 














84 




11 11 


1) 


) 




250 d. 





B., 14, 646, 974 


40, 611 


11 u ij 


)t IT 


)' 




249-251 


Furth 


M. G, 2, 416 


42, 231 


" 11 11 


)1 


1 




251-252 


Ramsay and Dobbie 


33, 103 




)i j 


) 


5* 




258 


Furth 


M. C., 2, 416 


42,231 


) j 


>' ) 







258 


Michael 


B., 18, 2029 




; ?) 


)) I) 







258-359 d. 


Skraup 


W. A., 81, 337 


40, 290 


Pyridine dicarboxylic acid .... 


= ? 


)J 


.... 


263 


Furth 


M. G, 2, 427 


42, 231 



464 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts 1 Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pyridine dicarboxylic acid .... 


N.(COOH) 2 =? 


C 7 H 6 4 N 




266-268 


Gerichten 


B., 13, 1637 


40, 110 


Acid from diquiiioline 


.... 


ii 


.... 


96 u. c. 


Glaus 


B., 14, 1942 


42, 215 


Nitre-salicylic acid +H 2 O .... 


COOH.OH.N0 2 =1.2.3 


C 7 H 5 6 N 


.... 


123 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2187 




ii n 11 


11 11 


)> 


cf. 28, 263 


124 


Hall 


B., 7, 1320 


vii., 1066 


11 ii 


11 n 


)) 


.... 


125 


Hiibner and Hall 


B., 8, 1216 


29, 593 


ii n 11 


11 11 


1) 


.... 


125 


HUbner 


A., 195, 31 


36, 381 


) n ii 


ii n 







125 


Schiff and Masino 


G. L, 9, 318 


38, 121 


ii 11 11 


11 11 





.... 


131 


HUbner 


B., 10, 1699 


34, 150 


ii 11 n 


11 


)i 




131 


Griess 


B., 11, 1733 


36, 247 


ii i> 


11 " 


> 




143 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2187 




11 


11 i 


) 


.... 


144 


HUbner 


A., 195, 31 


36, 381 


ii .... 


11 11 


5) 


.... 


144 


Schiff and Masino 


G. I., 9, 318 


38, 121 


>! 11 


11 11 


M 


.... 


144-145 


HUbner and Hall 


B., 8, 1216 


29, 593 


,) ,, .... 


11 11 





.... 


145 


HUbner 


B., 10, 1698 


34, 150 


11 11 .... .... 


=1.2.? 


)J 




218 


Hall 


B., 7, 1321 


28, 263 


,| .... ... 


=1.2.5 


T> 




228 


11 


>i 


vii., 1066 


,, 


> 


)) 




228 


HUbner 


B.,8, 1217 


29, 593 


,. 


I> 


I) 


.... 


228 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2189 


34, 416 


I) J). 





M 




228 


Griess 


B., 11, 1731 


36, 246, 247 


,, .... .... 


-M f> 


)) 




228 


HUbner 


A., 195, 9 


36, 380 


)! ,1 


. )' 


)) 


.... 


228 


Miigge 


B., 12, 1347 


36, 928 


,, 


-)) 


)) 


.... 


228 


Babcock 


B., 12, 1345 








- 


i 




228 


Schiff and Masino 


G. I,, 9, 318 


38, 121 


II 11 .... .... 


- M 







228 


Mandt 


B., 10, 1701 




11 II " 


l> 1) 


)i 




228 


HUbner 


B., 10, 1698 


34, 150 


Nitrohydroxybenzoic acid .... 


=1.3.6 


) 




169 


Griess 


B., 11, 1733 


36, 247 


> >! 


=1,3,2 


)) 




178 


11 


B., 11, 1734 


11 


ii ii 


= 1.3.4 







230 


ii 


B., 5, 856 


26, 178 


ii n 


=1.3.5 


-W 


.... 


d.w.m. 


HUbner and Grube 


B., 10, 1704 




ii i 


=1.4.5 


) 


.... 


178 


Gruber 


B., 12, 520 


36, 644 


11 > 


)) 


51 




185 


Griess 


B., 5, 856 


26, 178 


11 !! 


J) )> 


V 




186-187 


Hasse 


B., 10, 2188 


34, 416 


Hydroxyquinolic acid 


N.(COOH) 2 .OH=1.2.3.6 


J> 


.... 


d.w.m. 254 


Konigs & Korner 


B., 16, 2159 


46,85 


n n 


) )1 


) 




d.w.m. 250 


Feer and Konigs 


B., 18, 2399 




Dinitrobenzamide 


(CO.NH 2 ).(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3.5 


C 7 H 6 6 N 3 


.... 


777 




Z. C. [1870], 642 




11 


) 


)J 




183 


Voit 


A., 99, 105 


i., 541 


Trinitrotoluene 


Me.(NO 2 ) 3 =? 


C^AN, 


Mixture (?) 


78-85 ; 78-88 


Mills 


P. M. [4], 1, 17 


29, 393 


11 > 


)> J 





11 


78-853 


ii 


P. E. [1881], 205 




11 


=1.3.(?) 2 


^ 


ii 


76-82 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5 


vii., 1166 












berg 






"- 


=1.2.4.6 


) 


.... 


80-54 


Mills 


P. M. [4], 1, 17 


29, 393 


"- 11 


> 1 


)1 




80-532 


)J 


P. R. [1881], 205 




o- n 


I 


J 


.... 


81 


Stadel 


A., 225, 384 


48, 142 


o- 11 


J> 


) 


.... 


82 


Wilbrand 


A., 128, 178 


v., 858 


" 


> 1> 


H 




82 


Hepp 


B. S. [2], 30, 4 


36,51 


y- 11 


= ? 





.... 


104 


. 


A., 215, 366 




0- ,, 


M 


j> 




112 




A., 215, 370 




Dinitroamidobetizoic acid .... 


COOH.NH 2 .(NO :! ) 2 =1.2.3.5 







256 


Salkowski 


A., 173, 45 


28, 71 


ii 


! 11 


) 


.... 


256 


11 


B., 4, 872 




ii 


=1.4.3.5 


>j 


.... 


258 


Stadel 


B., 14, 900 


40, 724 


(chrysanisic acid) 
















> 


11 11 







258-259 


Salkowski 


B., 4, 871 







11 


> 




$59 


11 


A., 163, 1 


25, 714 


i) 


11 11 





.... 


259-260 


Friederici 


B., 11, 1977 


vii., 336 


Isonitrosomeconic acid 


C 4 HO(OH)(COOH) 2 (C:NOH) 


C 7 H 6 7 N 


+H 2 


d. 190 


Odernheimer 


B., 17, 2083 


46, 1302 


Trin itroanisol 


OMe.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 7 H 5 7 N 3 


.... 


58-60 


Cahours 


A., 69, 238 


i., 306 


,, .... 


)1 I! 


-J 


.... 


64 


Post and Merteus 


B., 8, 1552 






Me.OH.(N0 2 ) 3 =1.2.3.4.5 


)) 


.... 


102 


Noling and Collin 


B., 17, 271 


46, 1007 






=1.3.2.4.6 





.... 


a. 100 


Duclos 


A., 109, 135 


Ii., 108 






ii ii 


)? 




104 


Liebermann & Dorp 


B., 4, 655 






i. 


II )! 


15 


.... 


106 


Nolting and Salis 


B., 15, 1862 






11 ! 





.... 


106 


Wurster and Riedel 


B., 12, 17,99 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



465 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch, Soc. 


Trinitrocresol 


Me. OH.(NO a ) 3 =l. 3.2.4.6 


C 7 H 6 7 N 3 




106 


Emmerling and 0,; 


B., 9, 1095 


30, 523 












penheim 














106 


jNoltin^ and Salis 


B., 14, 988 


40, 725 


Trinitro-orcinol 


jj jj 
Me.(OH) 2 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.5.2.4.6 


C 7 HAN 3 




162 


Stenhouse 


P. R, 19, 410 


24, 358 








jj 


.... 


162-5 


Stenhouse & Groves 


31, 549 


vii., 879- 


,, .... ... 


j) jj 


jj 




163-5 


Merz and Zetter 


B., 12, 2038 


38, lia 


Trinitromethyl nicraniline ... 


C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 (NMe-.N0 2 ) 


C 7 H S S N 6 


cf. 38, 108 


127 


Eomburgh 


B. T., 2, 304 


48, 660 


Phenylene carbamide 


C 6 H 4 :N.CO.NH 2 =1.2(?) 


C 7 H K ON 2 


.... 


12&-130 


Bendix 


B., 11, 2264 


36, 314 


jj jj 


c 6 H 4 : (NH) 2 : 00=1.2 


)) 


.... 


SOB 


Rudolph 


B., 12, 1296 


36, 922 


jj u 


=1.3 


1, 




d.w.m. 300 


Michler and Zim- 


B., 14, 2177 


42, 182 












mermann 






j> jj 


=1.4 


J) 


.... 


n.f. 320 


Lellmann and 


A., 228, 199 


48, 978 












Wiirthner 






Hydrazine benzoic anhydride 


C 6 H,.CO.NH.NH=1.2 


JJ 


cf.B.,13, 681 


242 d. 


Fischer and Benou 


A., 212, 333 


42, 1069 




i i 














Nitrosoformanilide 


C 6 H 5 .N(NO).COH 


C Z H 6 2 N 2 


.... 


39 


Fischer 


B., 1.0, 959 


32, 607 


NitrosoDi ethyl nitrobenzene 


N0 2 .(CH 2 .NO)=1.2 


C 7 H 6 3 N 2 




95 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 3060 




j j> 


) JJ 


)5 




96-97 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 828, 2333 


40, 730 


> u 


=1.3 


)J 


.... 


115-118 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 838 


42, 1070 


^ 


JJ 'J 


JJ 


cf. B., 16, 522 


118-119 





B., 15, 3060 




Nitrobenzamide 


N0 2 .CONH 2 =1.3 





.... 


100 


.... 


.... 


1., 541 


j> * 


JJ >J 


JJ 




140 


Salkowski 


B., 5, 724 


25, 1024 


jj .... 


>J Jli 


JJr 




140-14% 


Beilstein, 


A., 132, 147 


vi., 258 


.... 


=1.2 


)>. 




167 




A., 163, 138 




M .... 


jj 


)1 


..... 


Iff 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1713 


34, 140 


, r 


=1.4 







197-198- 


Beilstein. 


A., 132, 143 


vi., 258 


Formonitranilide 


N0 2 .(NH.COH)=1.2 


J) 


.... 


122 


HUbneB 


A., 209, 369 


42, 181 


Nitrobenzaldoxime .... 


NO 2 .(CH : NOH)=1.4 


w 




128-5 


Herzberg 


C. C., 1884, 35 


48,662 


Dinitrotoluene 


Me.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.6 


C ; H 6 O t N 2 


... 


Liquid 


Cunerth, 


A., 172, 222 




jj 


)) JJ 


JJ 


.... 


Liquid 


Bernthsen 


B., 15, 3016 




)* .... 


)J JV 


J1 


.... 


60 


Staedel 


A., 225, 384 


48, 142 


jj .... .... 


1) J^ 


J1 


... 


60-61 


j> 


A., 217, 206 


44,866 


jj ..I. ... 


=1.3.4 


J>. 




60 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 155,25; Z. C. 


vii., 1166 












berg 


[2], 5, 280, 521 




,, .... 


=1.2.4 







69-17-69-6 


Mills 


P. M. [4], 50, 18 ; 


29, 393 














P.R [1881], 205 




jj 





5 




s. 70 


Kosenstiehl 


A. C. [4], 27, 433 


26, 274 





1) >. 


J1 




70 


Neville & Winther 


37, 441 




j, 


J) 5J 


JJ. 




70 


Tilden 


45, 416 







)) n- 


JJ. 




70-5 


Schiff 


A., 223, 247 


46, 1089 


, 


j 


JJ 




70-5 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1400 




jj. 








.... 


70-5 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 280, 


vii., 1166 












berg 


52-1 ; A., 155, 13 




)V .... 


) ^> 


> 


300 


71 






i., 575 


JJ .... .... 


. 


J1 




71 


Buckney 


B., H, 1452 


34, 863 


11 .... .1*. 


)? 


J) 




71 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 824 


40, 730 


,, 


= ' 


JJ 




74 


Heckmann 


A., 220, 128 


46, 178 


JJ 


=1,3.5 


JJ 




90-91 


Staedel 


A., 217, 182 


44,864 


,, 


)) 


JJ 


.... 


91 


j 


jj 


44, 865 


H .... .... 


r 


J) 




91-92 





B., 14, 901 


40, 725 


JJ 


)J 


)) 




92-93 


j* 


A., 217., 189 


44, 865 


>, 





)J 




92-4 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2985 


41, 416 


1) 


= 


1J 




99 


Stebbings 


C. N., 41, 117 


38, 715 


Nitrosalicylamide 


CONH 2 .OHJST0 2 =1.2.3 


11 




145-146 


Hiibner 


A., 195, 35 


36, 382 


j) 


=1.2.5 


)? 




225 


jj 


A., 195, 15 


36, 381 


Amidonitrobenzoic acid 


COOH.NH 2 .N0 2 =1.3.2 


?) 




melts d. 


Griess 


B., 2, 435 




M )) 


= 1..3.4 


)5 




w. m. 


jj 


B., 2, 435 ; 5, 198 




51 14 


=1.3.0 


Jt 


.... 


Solid 


jj 


B., 5, 198 




K 1J. 


=1.2.3 


Jl 




204 


Hiibner & Goltsche 


B., 10, 1699 


34, 150 


> 11 


JJ )) 


JJ 




204 


Griess 


B., 11, 1732 


38, 247 


) J 


,. ,, 


)? 




204 


Hiibner 


A., 195, 37 


36, 382 


.JJ JJ 


JJ JJ 


)> 




205 


jj 


B , 8, 1217 


29, 593 
















3 o 



466 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Amidonitrobenzoic acid 


i) 'j 
Dinitroso-orcinol 
Nitrobenzyl nitrate 

Dinitrobenzyl alcohol 
Dinitranisoil .... 


COOH.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.3.5 
=1.2.5 

)3 
> 3 

=1.4.5 
Me.(OH) 2 .(NO) 2 =l. 3.5.2.? 
(CH 2 .O.NO 2 ).NO 2 =1.4 

(CH 3 .O.NO s ).(NO s )j=1.4? 

OMe (NO 2 ) 2 1 3 4 


C 7 H 6 4 N 3 

JJ 
3) 

35 
33 
33 
)3 


+H 2 

cf.B.,14,903 
15, 1136; A. 
217, 208 


208 
208 
263 
263d. 
265-270 p. d 
270 d. 
270 
284 
d.w.m. 110 
70-71 
71 
71 

70 


Hiibner 

Griess 
HUbner 
Rhalis 

Steuhouse & Groves 
Staedel 

Beilstein and Kuhl- 
berg 

Bautlin 


B., 10, 1703 
A., 222, 67 
B., 10, 1698 
A., 195, 21 
B., 11, 1730 
B., 8, 1220 
A., 198, 112 
A., 173, 54 
31, 548 
A., 217, 208 
B., 14, 903 
Z. C. [2], 3, 467 ; 
A., 147, 351 

B 11 2105 


34, 148 
46, 315 
34, 150 
36, 381 
36, 246 
29, 594 
38, 119 

44, 866 
40, 724 
vi., 335 

36, 238 




1.2.4 






85-86 


Kekul6 


K. L., 3, 77 












86 


Cahours 


A. C [3] 


i., 306 


.... ...* ... 


J) )) 


" 




86-87 
86-87 


Salkowski & Eehs 
Salkowski 


B., 7, 371 

A , 174 263 


27, 801 
28, 367 











86-87 


Willgerodt 


B 12 763 


36, 717 


" 








88 


Post and Mertens 


B., 8, 1552 












88 


Kbrner 


A 69, 236 






1.2.5 






96 


Henriques 


A., 215, 321 


44, 327 








a. 360 


96 


Bantlin 


B, 11, 2105 


36, 238 




=1.2.6 


" 




115-8 
116 


Korner 
Salkowski & Eehs 


G. I., 4, 305 
B., 7, 371 


29, 230 

27, 801 










116 


Salkowski 


A 174 273 


28, 367 










118 


Post and Mertens 


B., 8, 1552 


vii., 909 




1.2.3 






118 


Bantlin 


B 11, 2105 


36, 238 


Dinitrocresol 


Me.OH.(NO.,) 2 1.2.3.5 






82 


Staedel 


B., 14, 899 


40, 723 










82'5 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 2179 


48, 1233 




j )* 






83 


TTofmanrt & "Miller 


B 14 568 


40, 593 










85 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2992 


41, 422 










85 86 


Staedel 


A, 217 158 









" 




85-5 
85-86 


Armstrong & Field 
Nolting and Kohn 


B., 6, 974 

B, 17 371 


46, 1003 










85-8 


Neville & Winther 


B., 13, 1946 


37, 631 










86 


Nolting and Salis 


B , 14 987 


40, 725 










86 




B 15 1860 1865 






l 


" 




86 


TTirsn.h 


B 18 1513 






J 






86 
73 


Piccard 
Nolting and Salis 


B., 8, 685 
B 15 1858 


28, 1022 
44, 59 




1.4.3.5 






79-80 


Nevile & Winther 


B , 13 1948 


37, 631 






" 




82 


Wichelhaus 


B 7 177 


27, 721 







' 




82 


Armstrong & Field 


B 6 974 












83 




B 7 1024 












83'5 


W"agner 


B 7 536 






" 






84 


Martius & Wichel- 


B 2 206 Z C 


vi., 508 










84 


haus 


[2], 5, 440 
A 173 205 


vii., 932 










84 


Limpricht 


B, 7 719 


27, 991 





33 


" 




84 
84 


Piccard 
Staedel 


B., 8, 685 

B 14 899 


28, 1022 
40 723 724 




" " 


" 




84 




B 14 986 












84 




C N 29 282 


vii 932 






" 




85 


Staedel 


A 217 53 167 


44, 862 






M 




85 




J [1866] 360 


vi., 508 




7 


" 




109 110 




B 2 206 Z C 












109 110 


haus 


[2], 5, 440 
B 7 177 


27 721 






" 




no 




B 8 686 


28 1022 



















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



467 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitroamidosalicylic acid 
Methyklinitroquiuol 
Methyldinitrocatechol 
Dinitro-orcinol 
,, .... .... 
Trinitrotoluidine 
Formauilide 
n .... .... 

Benzanride 


CO 2 H.OH.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.3.5 
OMe.OH.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.(2) 2 
=1.2.3.5 
Me.(OH) 2 .(N0 2 ),=1.3.5.2.? 

1! !> 

Me.NH 2 .(NO.,) 3 =1.3.2.4.6 
C 6 H 5 .NH.COH 

)> 
) 

C 6 H 5 .CO.NH 


C 7 H 6 5 N 2 
C 7 H 6 6 N 2 



H 

i) 
j 
C 7 H.ON 



)) 


286-290 


220 
102 
122-123 
109-110 
164-5 
136 
46 
46 
46 
115 


Babcock 
Weselsky& Benedikt 
Herzig 
Leeds 
Stenhouse & Groves- 
Nb'lting and Salia 
Tobias 
Wallach & WUsten 
Gerhardt 


B., 12, 1345 
M. C., 2, 370 
M. C., 3, 822-827 
B., 14, 483 
A., 188, 358 
B., 15, 1865 
B., 15, 2444 
B., 16, 145 
J. P. [3], 9, 409 


40, 1139 
44, 464, 470 
40, 584 
31, 549 
44,59 
28,66 

ii., 682 

i., 538 










115 


Liebig and Wohler 




24, 366 










115 




G. I., 3, 398 


87, 261 










125 


Hermann & Koch- 


B., 15, 1116 




,, . . .... 


M 


5> 




125 
125 


lin 

Friedburg 
Guareschi 


Z. C. [2], 7, 65 
G. I., 3, 398 


34, 366 
87, 261 










128 


Schiff and Tarsinari 


B., 10, 1785 












ISO 


Ciamician & Mag- 


B., 18, 1829 


48, 1143 


Benzylaldoxime (cf. B., 16, 
824) 
(polymer) .... 
Amidobenzaldehyde 




? 
Phenylcarbamic acid 
Phenylic carbamate 

Phenylnitromethane 
Benzhydroxamic acid 

Nitrotoluene 

(impure) 
ji .... .... ... 


C 6 H 5 .CH : N.OH 

NH 2 .COH=1.2 

u 
=1.3 
Probably 2(C 7 H 7 ON) 
NHPh.COOH 
NH 2 .COOPh 

Ph.CH 2 .NO 2 
C 6 H 5 .0(OH):N.OH 

Me.NO 2 =1.2 

)J J 
)J 

t 


J1 

II 

) 

)1 

C 7 H 7 2 N 

)) 

H 

) 

)> 

r 
)) 


a. 200 p.d. 

225-227 

Same as 1.3 

219-220 

%22-2%3 

220-225 


161-5 
abt. 37 
39-40 
Solid 
230 d. 
132 
141 

Liquid 
124-125 

Liquid 20 

Liquid 
Liquid 


naghi 
Petraczek 

n 

Gabriel 
Friedlander 
Tiemann & Ludwig 
Pinner 

Kempf 

Gabriel 

Lessen 

Beilstein andKuhl- 
berg 
Kosenstiehl 
Beilstein andKuhl- 
berg 
Wilson 


B., 15, 2785 

j 
B., 15, 2004 
B., 15, 2572 
B., 15, 2044 
B., 17, 2005 

J. P . [2], 1, 405 ; 
B., 2, 741 
B., 18, 1254 
A., 161,347; B., 
16, 874 
Z. C. [2], 7, 99 

A. C. [4], 27, 433 
Z. C. [2], 5, 521 


44, 569 

J) 

44, 62 
44,332 

46, 1324 
I., 752 
vii., 252 
24, 341 
48, 903 
25, 415; vii., 
155 
24, 563; vii., 
1166, 1178 
26, 274 
vi., 285; 26, 
272 
vi., 486 








223 




Tollens and Fittig 


A., 131, 304 







> )> 


)J 


225 
225-230 


Liquid 


Deville 


A. C. [3], 3, 175 


M 

i., 574 


j 
.... .... ... 


=i-a 






51 


227 

228 
230-281 


s. low temp. 
16 


Beilstein andKuhl- 
berg 
Monnet & Nolting 
Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 6, 102 

B., 12, 443 
Z. 0. [2], 5, 521 


vi., 1103 
vii., 1166 




1.4 






51-31 


berg 
Mills 


P. M. [4], 50, 17 


89, 393 










51-407 




P. E. [1881], 205 










237-238 


52 


Rosentieh) 


A. C. [4], 27, 433 


26, 274 








QQQ 


54 


Kekulo 


Z. C. [2], 3, 225 


vi., 284 








238 


54 


Jaworsky 


J. [1865], 542 


v., 858 










54 


Armstrong 


25, 868 










235-236 


54 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 521 


vii., 1166 










54 


berg 
Limprioht 


B., 18, 1401 










236 


54 


Pellizzari 


G. I., 14, 481 


48, 770 


(cf. G.I., 14, 181 
Hydroxybenzamide .... 

,, 
Hydroxybenzaldoxiine 
) 


(CO.NH 2 ).OH=1.2 
= 1.4 
=1.3 
(CH:NOH).OH=1.2 

!' !I 


U 

)) 
T) 
J> 
) 



270.d. 
d. 


54 
132 
162 
167 u.c. 

57 
57 u.o. 


Schifif 

Hartmaun 
Schulerud 
Tiemann and Kees 
Lach 


A., 223, 247 
A., 98, 258 
J. p. [2], 16, 51 
J. p. [2], 22, 290 
B., 18, 1663 
B., 16, 1783 


46, 1089 
v., 150 
32, 895 
40, 42 

44, 1104 
3o 2 



468 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxybenzaldoxime 


(CH I NOH).OH=1.4 


C 7 H 7 OjN 




65 


Lach 


B., 16, 1785 


44, 1104 


Amidobenzoic acid (Anthra- 


COOH.NH 2 =1.2 


JJ 




143-144 


Grothe 


J. p. [2], 18, 324 


36, 378 


nilio acid) 
















> 


)> 


J1 


.... 


143-144 


Hesemann and 


A., 222, 166 


46, 600 












Kochler 






u 


1 J 


) 


.... 


142-145 


Hiibner & Meeker 


Z. C. [2], 3, 564 


vi., 317 


)T J 


)> 


)) 


.... 


142-145 


Hubner and Peter- 


A., 149, 133 















maim 






)> 


J ?5 


)) 




143-144 


Jackson 


B., 14, 885 


40, 735 





)J ) 


) 


.... 


144 


Hubner 


A., 222, 67 


46, 315 


r> 


J) )J 







144 


Hiibner and Peter- 


Z. C. [2], 4, 205 


vi., 319 












mann 









J) >) 


J) 




144 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 





J) > 


)J 




144 


Bedson and King 


37, 756 




) 


J> J 


)1 




145 


Windmann 


A., 193, 233 


36, 155 


i 


> ) 


? 


.... 


145 


Greiff 


B., 13, 289 


38, 648 


)? > 


J ;i 


) 




145 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 744 


' j 


">i n 


II 


.... 


150-4 


Kopp 


G. J. C. [1856] 







"; ? 


) 




150 


Berthelot 


) 




(4th ?) 


= 


u 


.... 


154 


Fittica 


B., 8, 742 


28, 1195 


" ) 


! > 





.... 


154-156 





B., 9, 790 


30, 412 


) JJ 


n j> 


' 


.... 


156-158 


D 


B., 9, 791 


3? 


J 1? 


n )) 


u 


.... 


154-160 


j 


J. p. .[2], 13, 184 


36, 151 


J J 


=1,3 


j) 


... 


165 


Conrad 


J. p. .[21 15, 241 


32, 485 


)' 





U 


.... 


170 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 152 


,j ,, 


> 


>i 




172 


Salkowaki 


B., 5, 724 


vii., 947 ; 26, 
















1024 


J 


) I? 


) 


.... 


172 


Wachendorff 


B., 11, 703 


34, 674 


,j 


i )> 


j 




172 


Longuinine 


C. B., 86, 1329 


34, 768 


)) *" 


}j 





.... 


172-5 


Hubner 


A., 222, 67 


46, 315 


,} 


* > 







172-174 


Hiibner & Bieder- 


Z. C. [1868] 


vii., 317 












mann 






,, ,, .... 


) 


) 


.1.. 


173 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 


It ,, .... .... 





5) 




173 


Gabriel 


B., 11, 2262 


36, 324 


j) ty .... .... 


J) T 


J) 


.... 


173 ; 174 


Hubner 


B., 10, 1699 ; A., 


34, 150; 36, 














195, 1 


381 


,, .... 


>' 


) 


.... 


172-174 


Griess 


B., 8, 529 


28, 893 


j) .... .... 


>5 -)> 


)) 




173-175 


Faust 


A., 150, 56 


vii., 978 


,, ,, 


J> 'T 


I> 


.... 


173-174 


Hubner & Eaveill 


B., 10, 1707 


34, 149 


,, jj .... .... 





)J 


.... 


174 


Fittica 


B., 8, 741 


28, 1195 


,5 n 


)) 1) 


> 


.... 


174 


Raveill 


A., 222, 166 


46, 600 


n 


M 11 


1 


.... 


174 


Windmann 


A., 193, 230 


36, 155 


)) )j 


) )) 


i) 


.... 


174 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 744 


,, >} 


,, (?) 


)) 


... 


178 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 13, Ib4 


36, 152 


) j, 


=1.4 


) 


.... 


184 


Griess 


B., 8, 529 


28, 893 


i> j) .... .... 


I) 


H 




186 


Ladeuburg 


B., 6, 130 


26, 642 


i 


1 


jj 




186 


Skraup 


W. A., 82, 748 


40, 744 


)j 


M 







186-187 


Windmann 


A., 193, 233 


36, ] 55 


jj 


)J J> 


)) 




186-187 


Wilbrand and Beil- 


A., 128, 264 


iv., 352 












stein 






j> 


) 







187 


Petersen 


B., 6, 368 


26, 1133 


u i) .... 


' ) 


)) 


... 


197 


Fischer 


A., 127, 142 


iv., 352 


/3-Amidohydroxybenzalde- 


COH.OH.NH 2 =1.3.( 


) 




82-83 


Ludwig 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 664 


hyde 
















- 


=1.3.? 


i) 


.... 


107 


j) 





J) 


Nitrosocresol .... 


Me.OH.NO=1.2,5 


)) 




134-135 d. 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 370 


46, 1003 






5> 


j) 


.... 


130-140 d. 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 17, 2063 


46, 1327 


" 












Sch mid 






(cf. B., 16, 242) 


=1.3.6 


) 


.... 


d. 145-150 


Wurster & Rideal 


B., 12, 1799 


38, 109 


Acetyl a-pyroline carboxyl .... 


C 4 H 3 NH.CO.Ac(?) 


,, (?) 


.... 


75 d. 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I., 14, 162 


48, 247 


Acetoxypyridine .... 


C 5 H 4 N.OAc 


i) 


210 u.c. 


Liquid 


Fischer and Eeuouf 


B., 17, 1897 


46, 1370 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



469 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylpyridine carboxylic 
acid 
ii " 
jj jj 

(0 

Pyridine betaine 

Azonitromethylphenyl 
Isocliinchomeronamide 
Nitrobenzyl alcohol 

i) 

,, 
,, ,, 

,i 

Nitro-methoxybenzene 

)5 ) 
' 

r ) 

jj 
n 
)> 

' 

Tl J 
1 ) 
) 
> '" 
)1 ) 

Nitrocresol 


N.Me.COOH=? 

)> 
=1.12 or 3 

= 
C 5 H 5 N.CH,.CO.O 


CjHjOjN 



1) 
) 

C.H 7 2 N 3 
C 7 H 7 3 N 



)? 
)) 
>? 


) 
1) 
)) 


)1 

H 

)) 
) 

) 
>J 

>l 
)j 


J5 
1 
) 
J) 

)1 
)) 

)) 
)) 
) 
)) 

J) 
)) 
)> 
1) 
)) 
> 
)) 
)) 
)) 
) 

)1 

)) 


170-180 (3) 

265 
265 
265 
276 (734) 

276-5 c. 
258 c. 
254 

258-260 

258-260 

cf.B., 15,1004 
262-264 
226-230 

+H 2 
Hex. plates 
Needles 

+H 2 O 
cf. B. 16, 242 

285 p.d. 


194-196 

211 
209-210 
269 
150 d. 

153d. 
295-5-297 
Liquid 

74 

91 
91 
92 
93 

9 

9 

37 
38 
48 
48 
48 
51 
52 
52 

Liquid 
33 
33-33-5 
33 
33-33-4 
33-5 
34 
56 
56 
6.9-5 
69-5 
69-70 
77-77-4 
78 
90-91 
60-62 
79-80 
82-85 
94-95 
94-6-95 
30-34 
106-108 
128 
129 
129 
126-127 
142 
14S-143 
70-72 


Durkopf 

Couinck 
Dorp & Hoogewerff 

Gerichten 
Friese 

Grimaux 
Friedlimder and 
Henriques 
Staedel 


Easier 
Beilstein and Kuhl- 
berg 
Brunck 
Post and Mertens 
Korner 

Miihlhauser 
Salkowski 
Bantlin 
Brunck 
Kekule" 
Korner 
Post and Mertens 
Bantlin 
Willgerodt 
Cahours 
Hofmann & Miller 

)i 
Wagner 
Neville & Winther 

jj 
Nolting and Wild 
Nolting and Kohn 
Staedel 
Orth 
Hofmann & Miller 
Nolting and Wild 
Hirsch 
Neville & Winther 
Knecht 
Neville & Winther 

jj 
Hirsch 


Nolting and Kohii 
Neville & Winther 


Nolting & Collin 
Bertoni 
Orth 
Staedel 
Armstrong 
Bernthsen 
Ullmann 
Ciamician and 
Dennstedt 


B., 18, 929 

B. S., 42, 100 
B., 14, 646 
M. G, 1, 45 
B., 15, 1251 

B., 8, 1079 
J. [1877], 437 
B. 8. [2], 8, 433 
B., 14, 2804 

A., 217, 184 
B., 14, 899 
B., 16, 2715 
A., 147, 343 ; 
Z. C. [2], 3, 467 
Z. C. [2], 3, 204 
B., 8, 1552 
G. I., 4, 3C5 
A., 174, 278; 207, 
237 
B., 13, 920 
B., 12, 156 
B., 11, 2100 
Z. C. [2], 3, 205 
K. L., 3, 76 
G. I., 4, 305 
B., 8, 1552 
B., 11, 2099 
B., 14, 2634 
A., 74, 299 
B., 14, 571 
B., 14, 572 
B., 7, 537 
B., 15, 2983 

B., 18, 1339 
B., 17, 357 
A., 217, 52 
B., 15, 1131 
B., 14, 569 
B., 18, 1339 
B., 18, 1512 
B., 15, 2980 
B., 15, 299 
B., 15, 2986 



B., 18, 1513 

i 
B., 17, 371 
B., 15, 2978 

D 
B., 17, 269 
G. I. [1882], 302 
B., 15, 1131 
A., 217, 52 

B., 15, 3019 
B., 17, 1962 
B., 17, 2949 


48, 817 

48, 273 
40, 611 

42, 1110 
29,85 

vi., 335 
48, 840 

44, 864 
40, 724 
46, 310 
vi., 335 

vi., 910 
29, 234 

38, 641 

36, 238 
vi., 910 

29, 234 

36, 238 
42, 396 
i., 305 
40, 593 


27, 808 
41, 426 

n 

vii., 931 

44, 662 
42, 1198 
40, 593 

41, 422 
42, 728 
41, 417 

)> 

48, 892 

jj 
46, 1003 
41, 423 


46, 1007 
42, 1198 

) 

44,662 
vii., 931 

46, 1317 
48, 378 


C 6 H 5 .N:N.CH.,.NO S 
N.(CO.NH 2 ) S =1.2.6 
(CH 2 .OH).NO 2 =1.3 
=1.2 

=1.4 

) Jt 
)J > 
) J) 

OMe.NO 2 =1.2 

) )? 

J 
)I ) 

.'I 

=1-3 

JJ 

=1-4 

J> 
)) 
)) 

' ) 
) J) 

Me.OH.NO 2 =1.2.5.(2) 
=1.4.5 

)J 
) Jl 
)> 

)) )) 

=1.3.2 

J > 

= 1.2.3 

) 
I> 

=1.4.6 

) JJ 

=1.3.5 

)) M 

=1.2.5 

J) 

)) > 
J > 

=1.2.4 
=1.3.6 

jj 
j> > 
jj 
= 1.2.6 

C 4 H 4 N.CO.COOMe 














>j 


























) 




i 






Methylic pyrroline-glyoxa- 
late 



470 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetylic a-carbopyrrolate ... 


NH : C 4 H 3 .COO.COMe 


C 7 H 7 3 N 


d. 


75 


Ciamician & Silbei 


B., 17, 1154 


46, 1044 


Pseudacetyl a-carbopyrrolic 


Me.CO.C 4 H 2 (COOH)NH 







186 


,, 


B., 17, 1157 ; 


46, 1045 ; 48, 


acid 












G. I., 14, 162 


247 


Methoxynicotic acid 


N.OMe.COOH=1.2.5 







237-238 


Pechmanu & Welsh 


B., 17, 2395 


47, 154; 48, 175 


Nitrobenzenylamidoxime ... 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .C(NH 2 ) I N.OH 


C 7 H 7 3 N S 




174 


Schopf 


B., 18, 1064 


48, 896 




= 1.3 














Amidonitrobenzamide 


(CONH 2 ).NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.3 





cf. A., 195, 38 


109 


Hiibner 


B., 8, 1217 


29, 593 





=1.2.5 





.... 


140 





B., 8, 1219 








11 >i 





.... 


225 


11 


B., 10, 1698 


34, 150 





=1.2.3or5 







d. 200-210 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


48, 666 


Methylnitroquinol 


OMe.OH.N0 2 =1.4.? 


C,H 7 O 4 N 


.... 


83 


Weselsky & Bene- 


M. C., 2, 370 


40, 1139 












dikt 






Methylnitroresorcinol 


=1.3.4 





cf.M.C., 1,898 


95 





W. A., 82, 1219 


40, 727 





=1.3.6 





.... 


144 


n 


,, 


B 


/3-Nitroorcin 


Me.(OH)j.N0 2 =1.3.5.? 







115 


Weselsky 


B., 7, 442 


27, 694 


a- 


=1.3.5.? 






120 








Gallamide 


(CO.NH 2 ).(OH) 3 =1.3.4.5 


" 


d 245 


243 


" 


Bio 400 


" 






11 






ociiiit tLnci Jrons 


., J-O, "iOO 




Dinitromethylaniline 


NHMe.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


C 7 H 7 O 4 N 3 


.... 


175 


Norton and Allen 


B., 18, 1996 


48, 1214 








,, 




178 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1234 


42, 1057 


Dinitrotoluidine 


Me.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 = ? 





.... 


94 


Hepp 


A., 215, 371 


44,317 





=1.4.3.5 


11 


.... 


166 


Heynemann 


A., 158, 335 


24, 682 





3 11 





.... 


166 


Beilstein aud Kuhl- 


B., 13, 242 ; A., 


vii., 1178; 38, 












berg 


158, 341 


636 





11 11 





.... 


166 


Staedel 


B., 14, 900 


40, 724 





.1 11 





.... 


167-168 





A., 217, 187 


44, 864 


11 


.1 .1 





.... 


168 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 877 


29, 270 


> 


=1.4.2.6 







166-5-168 


Beilstein 


B., 13, 244 


38, 636 





)) 





cf. A., 21 7, 205 


168 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 219 


38, 635 





<> 







168 


Staedel 


A., 225, 384 


48, 142 


" 


7 -S f ' 







192-193 


Hepp 


A., 215, 368 


44, 317 


" 


= 1.2.3.5 







208 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1133 


42, 1203 





i> 11 







SOS 


Staedel 


B., 14, 900 


40, 724 





11 11 







208 





A., 217, 153 


44, 861 


!) 


D 11 







209 


n 


A., 217, 183 


44, 864 


Ethylic nitropyromucate 


C 4 H 2 O(NO 2 ).COOEt 


C 7 H 7 S N 




107 


Klinkhardt 


J. p. [2], 25, 52 


42, 499 


Dinitroamidocresol 


Me.OH.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3.(?) 3 


C 7 H 7 6 N 3 




156 


Emmerling and 


B., 9, 1095 


30, 523 












Oppenheim 






Apocaffe'ine 


COO.C.COOH 






1 fy 1 1 Q 


_,. , 


Bl A ft ^*7 A 








) 




11(1 Jfa 


T iscner 


.. i. 1 *. DO / i i -- 


40, 614 ; 44, 




NMe.C:N.CO.NMe 






1 A t -I (- 




215, 277 

Mf^ Q i nA 


355 


Phenyl carbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NHPh 


C 7 H 3 ON 2 




144145 
144-5 


Maly & Andreasch 
Weith 


. L-., o, LOO 

B., 9, 821 


42, 631 
30, 639 





D 


n 




lift 


Steiner 


B., 8, 519 


28, 883 


! 


NH:CPh.NH.OH 


H 




76-77 


Lessen 


B., 17, 1588 


46, 1324 


Benzenylamidoxime 


NH 2 .CPh : N.OH 





.... 


70 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 128 


46, 734 













70-80 


Tiemann & Kriiger 


B., 17, 1685 


46, 1325 


.... 








d. 170 


79-80 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1053 


48, 895 


11 







.... 


80 


Pinner 


B., 17, 186 


46, 739 


Amidobenzaldoxime 


NH 2 .(CH : N.OH)=1.3 







88 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 1998 


44, 1105 


.... 


=1.4 





.... 


124 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2001 


44, 1104 


Nitrosomethylamidobenzene 


NH 2 .(CH.NO)=1.2" 


" 




124-5 
132-133 


Herzberg 
Gabriel and Meyer 


C. C. [1884], 35 
B., 14, 2339 


48, 662 
42, 189 


Amidobenzamide 


NH 2 .(CO.NH 2 )=? 





.... 


a. 100 


Chancel 


A., 62, 274 


iv., 294 





=1.2 


,, 


300 p.d. 


108 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


43, G66 





=1.3 





+H 2 


75 


Beilstein 


A., 132, 142 


vi., 258 


11 


)) ^ f 







72 


Chancel 


A., 62, 274 


iv., 294 


>! 


=1.4 


)( 




178-179 


Beilstein 


A., 132, 142 


vi., 258 


Hydroxydimethylpurin 


C 5 H 2 ON 4 Me 2 


C 7 H S ON 4 




112 


Fischer 


B., 17, 334 


46, 997 


Nitromethylaniline 


C 6 H 5 .NH.CH 2 .N0 2 






149 


Steiner 


B., 7, 1245 


28, 165 


Hydroxyphenyl carbamide .... 


HO.C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.NH 2 =1.2 







154 d. 


Kalehoff 


B., 16, 375 


44, 735 


11 ii 


,, =1.4 






168 d. 




B., 16, 376 




Hydrazinbenzoie acid 


NH 2 .NH.C 6 H 4 .COOH =1.3 





.... 


186 d. 


Griess 


B., 9, 1657 


J) 

31, 475 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



471 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydrazinbenzoic acid 


NH 2 .NH.C 6 H 4 .COOH=1.4 


C 7 H 8 O 2 N 2 




220-225 d. 


Fischer and Eenou 


A., 212, 337 


42, 1070 


Diamidobenzoic acid 


COOH.(NH 2 ) 2 =1.3.4 







210 d. 


Griess 


B., 5, 856 




.... ' ~- 


JJ JJ 







210-211 d. 




A., 137, 57 




, 


=1.3.5 


JJ 




195 p.d. 


Voit 


A., 99, 106 


iv., 294 


.... , ._ 










228 


Hubner 


A., 222, 67 


46, 315 


.... 








.... 


239 


Griess 


A., 154, 325 




.... "_ 


> 







S40 


Merz and Weith 


B., 15, 2728 




Nitrotoluidine 


Me.NH 2 .N0 2 =1.3.6 





.... 


53 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1402 


48, 974 





=1.4.6 







77'5 


Beilsteinand Kuhl 


Z. C. [2], 5, 280 


vi., 1105 












berg 









JJ JJ 


, 


.... 


77-5 


Buckney 


B., 11, 1452 


34, 863 





'J J) 


n 




77-5 


Mixter 


A. C. J., 1, 239 


40, 1130 





)J n 





.... 


77-78 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 3016 


37,441; 41,422 


)J " 


J) ji 







77-5 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1400, 2183 


48, 974 





)i 11 







77-78 


Levinstein 


D. P., 256, 471 


48, 1127 


- 


11 11 







77-5 


Cunerth 


A., 172, 223 







Ji )) 







78 


Bernthsen 


B., 15, 3017 


44, 579 





J' j) 





.... 


78 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 263 


46, 1012 





=1.2.6 





.... 


90 


Staedel 


A., 225, 384 


48, 142 





)J 1) 





.... 


91-5 


Bernthsen 


B., 15, 3017 


44, 579 





JJ )J 







94-5 


Cunerth 


B., 7, 644; A., 


27, 903; 28, 83 














172, 223 







=1.3.5 


,, 


.... 


95 


Becker 


B., 15, 1138 


43, 1197 





J> JJ 


i 




98 


Staedel 


A., 217, 199 


44, 865 





J) JJ 


,, 


.... 


98-98-4 


Neville & Winther 


B., 15, 2985 


41, 416 





=1.2.3 





.... 


97 


Lellmann & Wiirth 


A., 228, 239 


48, 974 












ner 









= 1.2.4 





.... 


106 


Levinstein 


D. P., 256, 471 


48, 1127 





JJ 11 


n 


.... 


107 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1401 


48, 974 


JJ " 


JI 11 







107 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 265 


46, 1012 





1J )) 







106-108 


JJ 


B., 17, 269 


46, 1007 





J* JJ 





.... 


109 


Staedel 


A., 225, 384 


48, 142 


,, .... 


=1.4.5 


,, 




110 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 876 


29, 270 











.... 


114 


Beilstein & Kuhl- 


A., 155, 23; Z. C. 


vi., 1103 












berg 


[2], 6, 102 







i> 


,, 


.... 


114 


Graeff 


A., 229, 340 


48, 1127 


.... 


i, 


.) 


.... 


114 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1404 







11 <> 


) 




114 


Fried erici 


B., 11, 1971 


36, 311 





.> 


n 


.... 


114 


Fourmeaux 


B. S., 42, 337 


48, 400 





... ,, 







114 


Hubner 


A., 208, 313 


40, 1131 





.. 


>t 




114 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 263 


46, 1012 





i>. 


,, 




114-115 


Neville & Winther 


.... 


41, 426 





j. 







116 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1483 


vii., 1166 





=1.2.5 





.... 


127 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1404 







" n 





.... 


127-128 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 158, 346 


24, 682 












berg 






-, 


n 







127-129 


Neville & Winther 


41, 423 


vii., 1178 





!> .1 





.... 


128 





37, 432 







.' D 


.. 


.... 


1S9-5 


Lellmann & Wurth- 


A., 228, 239 


48, 974 












ner 









1 







129-130-5 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 1652 


36, 233 





JJ JJ 





.... 


130 


Nietzki 


B., 12, 2237 


38, 162 





=1.3.2 


.. 


.... 


133 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1404 




,, 


!' .1 







188-134 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 99 ; 


24, 563, 683 ; 












berg 


A., 158, 335 


vii., 1178 


,, 


= 1 


J 


.... 


168 


Wagner 


B., 7, 1273 


vii., 931 ; 88, 
















256 





JJ 1) 


)> 


.... 


168 


Cunerth 


B., 7, 643 


27, 902 


Theobromine .... 


f NMe.CO.C.NH\ ] 

1 1 II x CH r 
I CO.NMe.C . N /" J 


C 7 H 8 2 N 4 


.... 


w. m. 290 
w.m. S90-295 


Schmidt & Pressler 
Keller 


A., 217, 287 
G. J. G, 1854 


44,872 







472 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitranisidine 


OMe.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.3 


C 7 H 8 3 N 2 





76 


Bantliu 


B., 11, 2106 


36, 238 




= 1.3.4 






129 








Amidobenzylalcohol 


)J 

(CH 2 .OH).NH 2 =1.2 


11 

C 7 H 9 ON 




82 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 2110 














Henriques 








OMe.NH 2 =1.2 




216 


Liquid 


Brunck 


Z. C. [2], 3, 205 


vi., 910 


.... 


)) 11 


11 

n 


216 


Liquid 


Korner 


G. I., 4, 305 


29, 235 








226-5 (734) 




Miilhauser 


A., 207, 239 


42, 302 




1) IJ 


)> 


228 






R, 13, 920 


38, 641 




J) 11 

= 1.3 


)i 


251 c. 


Liquid 


Pfaff 


B., 16, 614 






)1 

=1.4 


11 


245-S46 c. 


s. 51-52 


Salkowski 


B., 7, 1009 


28, 64 







1) 




52 


Brunck 


Z. C. [21, 3, 205 


vi., 910 


ir 


?' *T 



1) 
II 


.... 


54 


Korner 


L Jl 1 

G. I., 4, 305 


29, 235 










55-5-56-5 


Lossen 


A., 175, 324 


28, 770 


,y 


Me.OH.NH 2 =1.2.6 


11 




124-128 


Ullmann 


B., 17, 1963 


46, 1317 


c B., 7, 1270 ... 


=1.4.5 


M 
51 


.... 


135 


Nolting and Kohu 


B., 17, 360 


46, 901 


., .... .... .... 


=1.4.6 





.... 


138-139 ; 


Wallach 


B , 15, 2834 


44, 329 










143-144 










=1.3.& 






151 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 367 


46, 902 




11 

=1.2.4 


)I 




159-161 


Wallach. 


B., 15, 2832 


44, 329 


.... .... 


11 

ji 


) >' 

r 


*t 


159-161 


Maassen 


B., 17, 609 


46, 1145 










159-161 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 270 


46, 1007 


.... .... 


11 IT 

= 1.2.5 


)T 
99 


.... 


172-173 ; 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 365 


46, 902 










174-175 








.. .. 


)J TT 


II 


.... 


174-175 





B., 17, 370 


46, 1003 










175 


Hirsch 


B., 18, 1514 


48, 892 


Pseudacetylmethylpyrroline 


11 ' 

C 4 H 3 Ac : NMe 


n 
ii 


200-202 


Liquid 


Ciamician and 


B., 17, 2952 


48, 378 












Dennstedt 






Aeetylmethylpyrroline 


C 4 H 3 Me : NAc 


n 


.... 


4-6 


Weidel and Cia- 


B., 13, 78 


38, 404 












mician 






/5-ethoxypyridine 


C 5 H 4 N.OEt 


H 




Liquid 


Fischer and Eenoui 


B., 17, 1897 


40, 1370 


Pseudolutidostyril 


CMe : CH.CMe : CH.CO.NH 


l) 


303-305 


180 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2905 


48, 397 




i _i 














Phenyl semicarbazide 


C 6 H 5 .NH.NH.CO.NH S 


C,H 8 ON 3 


.... 


170 


Fischer 


A.,190, 113 


34, 307 


Diamidobenzaniide 


(CO.NH 2 ).(NH 2 ) 2 =1.3.5 







177 


Muretow 


Z. C. [2], 6, 642 


vii., 130 


) 


= 


11 




183 


Voit 




i., 541 


Pyromucethylamide .... 


C 4 H 3 O.CO.NHEt 


C 7 H 9 0,N 


258 c. 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 752 


40, 715 


Ethylpyromeconamic acid .... 


.... 


n 




160 


Meunel 


J. p. [2], 32, 176 


48, 1204 


Salicylaldehyde ammonia ... 


.... 


)! 


.... 


30 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 1271 




Ammonium salicylite 


C 6 H 4 .O(NH 4 ).COH=1.2 


II 


.... 


115 


Ettling 


A., 29, 310 ; 35, 


v., 169 














244 




Tetrene uretbane 


C 4 H 4 : N.COOEt 


|9 


180 (770) 


Liquid 


Ciamician & Denn- 


G. L, 12, 84; B., 


42, 606; 44, 












stedt 


15, 943, 2579 


350 


Ethylic a-pyrrolate 


C 4 H 4 N.COOEt 


11 


230-232 


39 


Ciamician and Sil- 


G. L, 14, 162; 


46, 1044; 48, 












ber 


B M 17, 1152 


246 


Ethylcarbopyrrolic acid 


C 4 H 3 EtN.COOH 


11 




78 


Bell 


B., 10, 1864 


36, 525 


Dimethyl pyrroline carb- 


CH:CMe.NH.CMe:C.COOH 


11 


.... 


210-213 d. 


Knorr 


B., 18, 1565 


48, 995 




i i 














oxyhc acid 
















Nitrodiamidotoluene 


Me.(NH 2 )j.NO 2 =1.2.4.6 


C 7 H 9 2 N 3 


.... 


132 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 218 







=1.2.4.3 or I 


11 




154 


j 


B., 3, 220 




,, 





11 




154 


Ladenburg 


B., 8, 1211 







r> 


)1 




154 


Euhemann 


B., 14, 2657 


42, 392 


Ethylic acetylcyanacetate .... 


CHAc(CN).COOEt 


C 7 H 9 O 3 N 




26 


.... 


C. R., 95, 235 




Ammonium salicylate 


C 6 H 4 .OH.COO(NH 4 )=1 .2 


51 




126 


Procter 


J. Ph. [3], 3, 275 


v., 155 


Hy poethyltli eobromine 




C 7 H 9 3 N 3 




142 


Fischer 


A., 215, 308 


44, 357 


Trihydroxydimethylpurin ... 


C 6 N 4 Me 2 (OH) 3 ? 


C 7 H 9 3 N 4 ? 


.... 


Very high d. 





B., 17, 337 


46, 998 


? acid 


.... 


C 7 H 9 4 N 


d. 135 


84-87 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1070 


40, 797 


Nitrotoluidine nitrate 


C 6 H 3 Me.NO,NHs + HNO 3 


C 7 H 9 S N 3 




185 d. 


Beilstein & Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 5, 280 


vi., 1105 












berg 






Hydrazineaniso'il 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.N 2 H 3 =1.2 


C 7 H 10 ON 2 




43 


Reisenegger 


A., 221, 314 


46, 440 


Dimethylcarbopyrrolamide... 


4 H !! Me,,N.CO.NH 2 


!! 




89-90 


Bell 


B., 10, 1866 


36, 525 


Ethylsuccinylcarbamide 


CO(CH 2 ),.CO.N.CO.NHEt 


C ; H 10 3 N, 




94-95 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 204 


29, 379 



















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



473 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


-Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diethylic cyanamidodicar- 


N(CN)(COOEt) 2 


C 7 H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


32-8 


,Bassler 


J. p. [2], 16, 134 


34, 214 


boxylate 
















Dtacetylmethylglyoxime 


CMe(NOAc).CH(NOAc) 







51 


Schramm 


B., 16, 2187 


46, 52 


Nitrodehydropiperylmethyl- 


C 5 H 7 (NO 2 )N.GOOMe 


)> 


.... 


102-103 


Schotten 


B., 16, 647 


44,811 


urethane 
















Oxy-/3-dimethylurie acid 


.... 


C 7 H 10 6 N 4 




173-174 


Fischer 


B., 17,1781 


46, 1309 


Hydroxyheptamide 


C 6 H 9 .(OH)(CO.NH 2 ) 


C 7 H n 2 N 




87 


Demarc,ay 


C. B., 86, 1135 


34, 662 


Isopropylsuccinimide 


CO.CH.,.CHPr3.CO.NH 

i " i 


J) 




60 


Eoser 


A., 220, 271 


46, 423 


Tyroleucine 




>J 


.... 


240 d. 


Schiitzenberger 


A. C. [5], 16, 289 


36, 544 





.... 


1 


.... 


250 





C. B., 84, 124 


31, 725 


Diethylic cyanurate 


(CN) 3 (OEt) 2 (OH) 


C 7 H U 3 N 3 


.... 


173 


Limpricht 


A., 74, 208 


ii., 293 


Methylcaffuric acid .. 


.... 


C 7 H,,0 4 N 3 


.... 


167 


Schmidt& Schilling 


A., 228, 141 


48, 995 


Diethylic nitrosomalonate .... 


ON : CH(COOEt) 2 


C 7 H U 6 N 


d. 


Liquid 


Conrad and Bischoff 


B., 13, 599 


38, 629 


oxalcarbaminate .... 


EtOOC.NH.CO.COOEt 


)) 


.... 


45 


Salomon 


J. p. [2], 9, 292 


27, 791 


Ethylic nitrotartrouate 




C 7 H M 7 N 




45-46 


Henry 


A. C. [4], 28, 415 




Diallyl carbamide 


CO.N 3 H 2 (C 3 H 5 ) 2 


C 7 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


100 


Eichter 


B. K. T., 153 




Amidoheptamide 


.... 





.... 


251 d. 


Demargay 


C. B., 86, 1135 


34, 662 


Diethylic amidocyanurate .... 


C 3 N,(OEt) a .NH a 


C 7 H )2 3 N 4 


... 


97 


Hofmann and 


B.,3, 274;T.B.S. 


vii., 410 












Olshausen 


18, 493 




? 


.... 


C 7 H,AN 3 




147 


Behrend 


B., 16, 3027 


46, 583 


Ethylsuccinuric acid 


NHEt.CO.NH.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 . 


C 7 H 12 4 N 2 


.... 


166'5-167 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 206 


29, 380 




COOH 














Dinitroheptylene 


C 7 H 12 (N0 2 ) 2 


>i 


.... 


182 


Morris 




41, 176 


Methylic cyanurate forma- 


(CO)sN 3 Me3+ NHj.COH 


C 7 H 12 4 N 4 


.... 


-175 


Gautier 


,A., 149, 315 


vi., 529 


mide 
















Hexylic isocyanate 


6 H 13 .N CO 


C 7 H 13 ON 


a.100 




Pelouze &'Cahours 


J. [1863], 526 






C 7 Hj 2 : N.OH 






Liquid 


Na'geli 


T3., 16, 497 


'44, 728 


Acetylpiperidine 


C 5 H 10 N.Ac 


)t 
Jl 


fff| 


Liquid 


Schotten 


B., M, 426 


) 

42, 983 


.... 


J) 





226-227 


Liquid 


WaHach 


A., 214, 238 




Tropigenine .... .... .... 


C 7 Hj 2 O : NH 






161 


M^erlin^ 


B., 15, 290 


42, 739 




J) 


1) 
)) 


cf.B.,16,244 


159-161 


Pesci 


G. I., 12, 285, 329 




Diacetone cyanhydrine 


CMe 2 (OH).O.CMe, ! .eN 


C 7 H 13 O 2 "N 




135-152 


Urech 


A., 164, 260 


vii., 15 ; 26,60 


Amidotrimethylbutyllactide 


Me.C.(O.C : O)CH 2 .CMe 2 .NH, 


J) 




a. 180 


Heintz 


A., 189, 238, 


32, 878 


Nitrosoisobutylketone 


CH 3 .CO.CH(NO).Bu/ 





.... 


42 


Treadwell and 


B., 15, 2788 


44, 572 












Westenburger 






Ethylic ? 


NHMe.CMe : CH.COOEt or 


.)) 


133(50); 215 


Liquid 


Kuckert 


B., 18, 618 


48, 750 




NMe : CMe.CH 2 :eO0Et 




(o.p.) 










Piperylmethylurethane 


C s H 10 N.COOMe 


) 


201 


Liquid 


Schotten 


B., 16, 647 


44, 814 


Isoamylic oxamate 


NH 2 .CO.COO(C 5 H U ) 


C 7 H 13 3 N 




92-93 


Wallacli and Lieb- 


B., 13, 507 


38, 557 












mann 






Ethylsuccinuramide 


NH 2 .CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.NH.OO. 


C 7 H 13 0,N 3 


.. 


195-196 


Menschutkin 


A., 178, 208 


29, 380 




NHEt 














Ethylic grutamate 


C 3 H 5 (NH 2 )(COOH)(COOEt) 


C 7 H 13 4 N. 


MM 


164-165 


Habermann 


A., 179, 253 


29, 907 


Diethylic guanidodicafbonate 


NH: C(NH.OOEt) s 


C 7 H 13 4 N 3 


.... 


162-u.c. 


Nencki 


B., 7, 1588 


28, 755 


Nitrobornesite 


No. of nitre-groups ? 


C 7 H 13 8 N(?) 


,, 


30-35 


Girard 


C. B., 73, 426 


24, 915 


Diethyhualonanride ; 


CHj(CO.NHEt). 2 


C 7 H 14 2 N 2 


.... 


149 


Wallach and 'Ka- 


B., 14, 170 


40, 285 












menski 






Dimethylpyrotartaramide .... 


NHMe.CO.CHMe.CH s .CO. 


) 


MM 


113-115 


Henry 


C. B., 100, 943 


48, 887 




NH.Me 














laoamylic allophanate 


NH 2 .CO. NH.COO.C 6 H U 


C 7 H 14 3 N 2 




a. 100 


Schlieper 


A., 59, 23 


i., 133 


<) i) 


') 


) 


.... 


162 


Hofmann 


B., 4, 267 




Propiodiacetodiamide 


N 2 H 3 Ac 2 (C 3 H 6 0) 


J) 


220 


68 


Gautier 


A., 150, 189 


vi., 525 


Ethylic j3-hydroxyainidoglu- 


NH 2 .CO.CH 2 .G(OH)(NH.,). 


C,-H 14 1D 4 N 2 


.... 


86 


Pechmann and 


B., 18, 2291 


48, 1202 


tamate 


CH,.COOEt 








Stokes 






Oxallyldiethylamine 


NEt 2 .C 3 H 5 


C 7 H 15 ON 


160 


Liquid 


Eeboul 


C. B., 97, 1556 


46, 577 


CEnanthaldoxime 




j? 


195 c. 


50 


Westenberger 


B., 16, 2992 


46, 581 


CEnantharaide 


C 6 H 13 .CO.NH 2 


)> 


250-258 


05-2 


Chiozza 


A., 91, 102 




.... .... 


1) 





.... 


95-2 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 983 













.... 


94-95 


Mehlis 


A., 185, 369 


34, 135 


Piperethylalkamine 


cf. B., 14, 1877 


)! 


199 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


C. B., 93, 338 


40, 1157 
















3 P 



474 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxyoenauthamide 


CH 2 (OH).(CH 2 ) 5 .CO.NH 2 


C 7 H 15 2 N 


.... 


147 


Helms 


B., 8, 1170 


29, 375 


Methamido-a-caproic acid ... 


Me.(CH 2 ) a .CH(NHMe). 





.... 


w.m. 110 


Duvillier 


C. R, 90, 822 


38, 543 




COOH 














1 







193-197 


.... 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 13, 2029 














batow 






Ethylic j3-methamido-/3-hy- 


NHMe.CMe(OH).CH 2 .COO 


C 7 H 15 3 N 


.... 


42-43 


Kuckert 


B., 18, 618 


48, 750 


droxybutyric acid 


Et 














Triethylcarbamide 


NHEt.CO.NEt 2 


C 7 H,,ON 2 


223 c. 


63 


Hofmaun 


P. R, 11, 273 


ii., 565 







_ 


223 


63 


Michler 


B., 8, 1665 


29, 702 








n 


235 


.... 


Wurtz 


E. [1862], 199 


ii., 565 


Pseudohexylcarbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.C 6 H 13 





220 p A 


127 


Chydenius 


B. S. [2], 7, 481 ;' 


vi., 1117 














Z. C. [1867], 382 




Diisopropylcarbamide 


NHPr0.CO.NH.Pr3 





.... 


192 


Hofmana 


B., 15, 756 




Nitrosotriacetonamine 


.... 


C 7 H 16 2 N 2 




72-73 


Heintz 


A., 185, 1 


32, 428 


Trimethylene diethylalkine 


.... 


C 7 H 17 ON 


189-5 


Liquid 


Behrend 


B., 17, 512 


46,1115 


Diethylpropylalkine 


.... 





158-159 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


B., 14, 2407 


42, 165 


Diethylpropylglycoline 


NEt 2 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 .OH 


O TT f~~\ XT 

v^yJj. i V 2 -^ 


233-235 


Liquid 


Eoth 


B., 15, 1151 


42, 1195 


Tetramethylallylalkine 


C 3 H 6 (OH)Me 4 N 2 


C 7 H 18 ON S 


170-185 


Liquid 


Behrend 


B., 17,510 


46, 1114 


Hydroxyallyldiethyldiamine 


(NHEt) 2 .C 3 H 5 .OH 


. 


185 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R, 97, 1488 


46, 579 


Nitrophthalic anhydride 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ):(CO) 2 : 0=4.2.1 


C 8 H 3 O 5 N 


.... 


114 


Miller 


A., 208, 230 


42, 404 


Nitrobenzoic cyanide 


N0 2 .(CO.CN)=1.2 


C 8 H 4 3 N S 


.... 


54 


Claisen and Shad- 


B^ 12, 351 














well 






Nitrobenzoyl cyanide 


=1.3 





230-231-5 


L-17 


Claisen and Thomp- 


B., 12, 1943 


38, 253 








(142-147) 




son 






Nitroisatin 


C 6 H 4 .CO.CO.N.NO,=1.2 


C 8 H 4 O 4 N 2 




226-230 


BaeyeF 


B., 12, 1313 


36, 938 




i i 




K.I. 










Nitroisatoic acid 




C 8 H 4 5 N 2 




220-230 d. 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


48,666 


Dinitrophthalic acid 


(COOH) 2 .(NOJ 2 = 1.2.3.6 


C S H 4 S N 2 


MM 


200 


Merz and Weith 


B., 15, 2727 


44, 344 





=1.2.3.5 





.... 


227 





B., 15, 2725 











a 




226 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 13,354; C. C. 


38, 478 ; 42, 63 












batow 


[1881], 359 




i. 


=1.2.1? 






266 





B. S. (2), 34, 327 


40, 436 


Dinitrohydroxy tereph thai ic 


(COOH) 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) S 


C S H 4 9 N 2 


.* 


178 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 1273 


34,73 


acid 
















Benzoyl cyanide 


C 6 H 6 .CO.CN 


C 8 H 5 ON 


206-208 


31 


Strecker 


A,, 90, 62 


i., 568 


!> ) 





M 





32-33 


Hiibner & Buchka 


B., 10, 480 




Nitrophenylacetylene 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).C : CH=1.2 


C^HjOaN 


*** 


80 


Miiller 


A., 212, 140 


42, 844 








J? 


.... 


81-8S 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2259 


40,275 





=1.4 


1) 


MM 


149 


Miiller 


A., 212, 133 


42, 842 








M 




152 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 150 


42,847 


Cyanobenzoic acid 


COOH.CN=1.3 


J} 




217 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1499 


18, 981 


Phthalimide 


C B H. '. (CO) '. NH=1.2 






99fi 997 n r> 


JVEichael 


B., 10, 579 






o i \ /a 


JJ 


... 


__'.) __ i 1 1 .( . 
















997 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1499 


48, 981 






n 




_ j 




A., 215, 181 


44, 475 




TV J) 


" 




228-229 


Biedermann 


B., 10, 1166 












99Q 


Piutti 


G. I., 12, 169 


42 1297 






" 


.... 


9V 

OOQ 




A. C. J., 3, 28 


40, 1040 


Aiithroxanaldehyde 


C 6 H 4 .lo.C.CHO=1.2 


51 




72-5 


Schillinger and 


B., 16, 2223 


46, 60 












Wleugel 






Isatin .... 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C(OH) : N=l 2 






QCiTi 9m 


p 


B. 15 2094 






i 1 


" 


**"" 


~ 


-Daeyer 






j 










liuhara 


A. C. J., 3, 26 


40 1040 


Anthroxanic acid 


C 6 H 4 .N.O.C.COOH=1.2 
i i 


C 8 H 5 3 N 




190-191 


Shillinger and 


B., 16, 2224 


46,60 












Wleugel 






Anthranilcarboxy lie acid (Is- 


C 6 H 4 .CO.N.COOH=1.2 


H 


.... 


Q() fl 
&O\J t*. 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 2228 


46,61 


atoic acid) 


i i 








Wleugel 












)( 


.... 


230 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


48, 665 


Phthalyl hydroxylamine .... 


N(C 8 H 4 2 ).OH 


1? 


.... 


230 u.c. 


Cohn 


A., 205, 295 


40, 586 


Nitrophthalic aldehyde 


(COH) 2 .NO 2 =1.2.3 or 4 


C 8 H 6 4 N 


cf.A.,202,219 


135 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 12, 688 ; C. C. 


36, 722 ; 42, 63 












batow 


[1881], 359 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



475 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrobenzoylformic acid ... 


C 6 H 4 (CO.COOH).NO 2 = 1 . 2 


C 8 H 5 O 6 N 


.. 


122-123 


Claisen & Thompso 


B., 12, 1945 




n 


JJ 


ii 


+xH 2 


46-47 


,, 


ii 




11 11 


=1.3 





-.. 


77-78 





n 


38, 254 


Nitroterephthalaldehydicaeid 


COH.COOH.NO 2 =1,4.6 





.... 


160 


Low 


B., 18 


48, 799 


Nitropiperonal 


CH 2 ; O 2 : C 6 H 2 (NO,,)COH 





.... 


95-5 


Remsen and Fittig 


Z. C. [2], 6, 97 ; 


vi., 948; 24, 935 




=4.3.?.l 










A., 159, 134 




Nitrophthalie aeid 


(COOH) 2 .NO 2 =L2.3 


C 8 H 6 Q 6 N 


.... 


208-210 


Faust 


A., 160, 57 


25, 75 


11 n 


i 


M 




208-210 


Engelhardt anc 


Z. C. [2], 7, 262 


vii., 978 












Latschinoff 









ii 11 





of. B. 10, 294 


208-210 


Guareschi 


G. I., 7,24 


31, 712 


n 11 .... 


*i 11 


11 


.... 


212 


Aguiar 


B., 5, 899 


26, 175 





11 ii 


,i 




212 


Merz and Weith 


B., 15, 2724 


44, 344 


II M " 


41 11 


11 


.... 


212 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 12, 688 ; C. C. 


36, 722; 38, 












batow 


[1881], 359 


399 ; 42, 63 


11 M .". 


11 11 







213 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1667 


36, 252 





11 11 


11 


.... 


212-220 


Graeff 


B., 15, 1127 


42, 1212 


II 11 .." 


" 11 





d. 210 


318 s.t. 


Miller 


A., 208, 237 


42, 404 





11 11 





.... 


219-220 


Claus and May 


B., 14, 1330 




11 11 ". 


=L2.4 


JJ 


.... 


135 (?) 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


B. S. [2], 31, 200 


36, 644 




" 








berg 






11 y> .". 


11 11 





d. 165 


160 


Miller 


B., 11, 393 


34, 504 


11 II ".. 


ii ii 





cf.B.11,1191 


161 


-ii 


A., 208, 229 


42, 404 


Nitroisophthalic acid 


= 1.3? 


,, 




233-239 


Storrs and Fittig 


A., 153, 283 


vii., 979 


11 ii 


=1.3.5 


M 




248-249 


M 


A., 153, 285 


11 








JJ 


.... 


248-249 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 22, 352 


40, 96 


II M ". 


fli 11 


JJ 




249 


ji 


J. p. [2], 25, 470 


42, 1294 


11 11 ."*. 


=1.3. 1 


)J 




260 


11 


J. p. [2], 22, 351 


40,96 


Nitroterephthalic acid 


=1.4.5 


JJ 




2S9 


Fittig 


Lehrb., 409 




II ! 


11 


)J 




270 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 145 




Nitropiperonylic acid 


CH 2 : 2 : C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ).COOH 


35 


.... 


172 u.c. 


Jobst and Hesse 


B., 11, 1033 ; 


34, 733 




=4.3.U 










A., 199, 70 




Pyridine tricarboxylie acid..,. 


N.(COOH) 3 =1.2.3.4 


M 


d. 190 


n. f. 193 


Michael 


B., 18, 2028 




ii 11 11 .... 


=1^.4.6or 1.3.4.5 


JJ 




227 d. 


Voigt 


A., 228, 29 


48, 812 


11 ii 


= .? 


11 


cf. B, 12, 410 


243 


Fiirth 


M. C., 2, 416 


42, 230 


(Berberonie aeid) 
















6-Pyridine tricarboxylie aeid 


1* ii 


11 


.... 


244 u.c. ; d. 


Hoogewerff & Dorp 


B., 12, 158 


36, 541 


** 11 11 11 


II M 


JJ 


.... 


244 d. 


Bottinger 


B., 13, 2049 


40, 182 


a " ii ii ii 


11 II 


JJ 


.... 


244-250 p.d. 


Richter 


R. K. T., 181 




Trinitrophenylie acetate 


OAc.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 8 H 5 8 N 3 


.... 


75-76 


Tommasi & David 


A.,169,167;C.E. 


vii., 910 ; 26, 














77, 207 


1238 


Trinitrocresotic acid 


C 6 Me.OH.COOH.<NO 2 ) 3 


C 8 H 5 9 N 3 


A., 64, 23 


170-180 


Liebermann,& Dorp 


A., 163, 100 




Anhydroformyl amidobenza- 




C 8 H 6 ON., 


.... 


209-210 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 31, 124 


48,661 


mide 
















Carbimidoamidobenzoyl 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C(:NH).NH 


JJ 


.... 


214 


Griess 


B., 18, 2419 


48, 1227 


Hydroxycinneline . 


c 6 H 4 .N : N.CH: c(OH)=i.2 


,, 




225 


Richter 


B., 16, 681 


44, 1105 


? 


.... 





.... 


139 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 508 


46, 1176 


Azoxindole .... 


.... 


11 




w.m. 220 


Baeyer and Knop 


A., 140, 27 


vi., 736 


Benzenylazoxime carbinol .... 


Ph.C:N.O.C(OH):N 


C 8 H 6 2 N 2 




197 


Falck 


B., 18, 2469 


48, 1217 




H 1 














Benzoylene carbamide 









a. 350 


Griesa 


B., 2, 416 




Nitrosoisophthalidine 


C 6 H 4 .C(: N.NO).0:CH 2 =1.2 


#i 


.... 


156 


Grsebe 


B., 17, 2599 


48, 166 




1 _ 1 














Dihyclroxyquinoxaline 


G 6 H 4 :[N:c(OH)] 2 :=? 







280 


Bladiu 


B. S., 42, 104 


48, 257 


}5 .... 


=1.2 


M 


.... 


n. f. 290 




B., 18, 674 


48, 786 


Cyanamidobenzoie acid 


C 6 H 4 .COOH.(NH.CN)=1.3 


11 


d.a. 140 


200 d. 


Traube 


B., 15, 2114 


44, 192 


n 11 


11 =1.2.(?) 


11 




a. 350 


3riess 


P. R., 18, 91 


vi., 320 


Nitro-a-toluic nitril 


C 6 H 4 .N0 2 .(CH 2 .CN)=1.2 


V) 


cf.B. 17,505 


45 


Perkin 


B., 16, 341 


43, 112 


11 11 .... >> 


J) 


,J 


.... 


84 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 507 


46, 1176 


11 , " " 


=1.3 


J) 


.... 


61 


11 


B., 17, 504 


11 


11 11 .... 


=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


114 


Badziszewsky 


B., 3, 198 




11 


11 11 


JJ 


.... 


116 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 834 


42, 1070 
















3 P 2 



476 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitro-a-toluic acid 


C 6 H 4 .N0 2 .(CH 2 .CN)=1.4 


C 8 H 6 2 N 2 




116 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 2342 


42, 188 


Nitrotoluic nitril 


Me.CN.NO 2 =1.3.? 


1) 




80 


Beilstein& Kreusler 


A., 144, 176 




1 


IsnotCjH/NO^CHj.CN q.v. 


1 


cf. 43, 112 


45 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 505 




Nitrosoindoxyl 


C 6 H 4 .C(OH):C(NO).NH=1.2 


}) 




d. w. m. 200 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 783 






1 1 














Azodioxindol .... 




H 


s.b. 260 


300 


Baeyer and Knop 


A.,. 140, 26 


vi., 736 




C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.CH.N0 2 ==1.2 


C 8 H 6 O,N, 




d. 175 


Baeyer 


B., 12, 1313 


36, 938 






O DO li 












Nitrosodioxindol 


.... 


)5 


.... 


300-310 


Baeyer and Knop 


A., 140, 20 


vi., 735 


Methoxynitrobenzonitril .... 


OMe.CN.N0 2 =1.4.? 





cf. B., 2, 668 


149-150 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 6, 209 


vii., 81 


i) 


=1.2.3 


)J 


.... 


171 


Bruyn 


B. T., 2, 205 


48, 656 


Nitrophenylnitroethylene .... 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 )(CH:CH.NO 2 )= 1 . 2 


C 8 H 6 O 4 N 2 


.... 


106 


Priebs 


A., 225, 319 


48, 161 





= 1.3 


)1 




122 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1138 












Lazarus 









=1-4 


1 


cf. B., 16, 851 


199 


Friedlander and 


A., .229, 210 















Ma'hly 






Nitrobenzoylformamide 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 )(CO.CO.!NH,)=1.2 







189 


Claisen & Shadwell 


B., 12, 352 







= 1.3 


) 


.... 


151-152 


Claisen&Thompson 


B., 12, 1944 


38, 254 





J) 


) 




151-152 


Thompson 


B., 14, 1187 




Dinitrotoluic aldehyde 


Me.COH.(NO 2 ). ! =1.3.2.? 


C 8 H 6 5 N 2 




110-112 


Bornemann 


B., 17, 1473 


46, 1163 


Uiuitro-a-toluic acid.... 


(CH 2 .COOH)(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


C 8 H 6 6 N S 


cf.B., 2, ,210 


160 


Eadziszewsky 


Z. G. [2], 5, 358 


vi., 1102 


.... 





1J 




160 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 823 


40, 729 


.... 


) 


> 




160 


Heckmann 


A., 220, 128 


46, 178 


Dinitrotoluic acid 


Me.COOH.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.2.6 


)J 




157-158 


Briickner 


B., 8, 1678 


29, 925 


.... 


= 1.2.4.6 


J 




206 


Jacobsen & Wierss 


B., 16, 1959 


44, 1121 


a-Diuitromethoxybenzalde- 


COH.OMe.(NO 3 ) 3 =1.3.(?) 2 


^) 




110 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2056 


44, 189 


hyde 
















- 


? 51 


J> 




110 


Ludwig 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 664 


0- 


Jl 1 







155 


> 





) 


0- 


1) V 


)> 




155. 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2056 


44, 189 


Dyslyte (cf. A,, 81, 103) ... 


.... 


C 8 H 6 6 N 4 




189 c. 


Bassett 


Z. C. [1871], 701 


26, 100 


Methylic dinitrosalicylate .... 


CO<DMe.OH.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?)., 


C 8 H 6 7 N 2 




124-125 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 25, 6 


v., 164 





I! 


1> 




127^128 ! 


Salkowski 


A., 173, 43 


28,71 


Dinitranisic acid 


COOH.OMe.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4,(?) 2 


1> 




171-173 





A., .163, 57 


vii., 336; 25, 
















716 


11 .... 


=1.4.3.5 


1) 


.... 


181-182 


Salkowski and 


B., 10, 1254 


34,72 












Eudolph 






Nitrosonitrobarbituric acid 


.... 


C 8 H 6 9 N 6 


+4H 2 


d. 120 


Baeyer 


A., ,127, 226 




(violantin) 
















Pentanitrodimethylaniline .... 


Ce-NMe^NO^ 


C 8 H 6 10 N 6 


.... 


127 


Michlerand Meyer 


B., 12, 1793 


38, 108 





)> 


)> 


.... 


127 


Michler & Salath6 


B., 12, 1790 





Phenoxyacetonitril 


PhO.CH 2 .CN 


C 8 H ? ON 


235-238 


Liquid 


Fritzsche 


J. p. .[2], 20, 278 


38, 319 


Mandelic nitril 


Ph.CH(OH).CN 


J1 


cf.B., 14, 239 


s. 10 


Tiemann & Fried- 


B., 14, .1967 


42,56 




. 








lander 






j, 





) 


170 d. 


.... 


Voelckel 


P. A., 62, 444 


i., 570 


Benzyl isocyanate 


Ph.CH,,.N:CO 


) 




153 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 1, 33 


24, 927 


>' 


>1 


J1 


175-200 


.... 


Letts 


B., 5, 91 


vii., 178, 180 


Phenylglycocine anhydride.... 


Ph.N.CH 2 .CO 

i 1 





.... 


263 


Meyer 


B., 10, 1967 


34, 294 


Tolyl isocyanate 


C 6 H 4 Me.N : CO=1.2 


J) 


186 


.... 


Girard 


B., 6, 445 


26, 912 


j v 


= 1.4 


11 


185 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


P. E., 19, 108; 


24, 139; vii., 














B., 3, 656 


407 


Anisonitril (cf. Z.C.[2],6,209) 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.CN=l,4 


) 


253-254 u.c. 


56-57 


Henry 


B., 2, 667 


vii., 81 


Hydroxy-a-toluic nitril 


C 6 H 4 (OH).(CH 2 .CN)=1.3 


n 


.... 


52-53 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 506 


46, 1176 


H J, 


=1.2(7) 


is 


.... 


69 


Will 


Z. C. [2], 7, 89 


24, 408; vii., 
















832 


i! i) 


" 


J5 


.... 


69 


Will and Lauben- 


A., 199, 156 


38, 265 












heimer 






> 5) 


=1.4 


IJ 




69-70 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 506 


46, 1175 


Ethenylamidophenol 


C 6 H 4 .O.CMe : N=1.2 


)) 


200-201 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


B., 9, 1524 


31, 302 


Phthalidine 


C 6 H 4 .C(:NH).O.CH 2 =1.2(?) 


)) 


337 c. (730) 


150 


Grsebe 


B., 17, 2598 


48, 166 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



477 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Oxindole 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CO.NH or 


C S H,ON 




120 


Baeyer and Knop 


A., 140, 29 


vi., 736 




C 6 H 4 .C(OH) : CH.NH=1.2 
i i . 


^87 












Methenylamidocresol 


C 6 H 3 Me.O.CH : N=1.2.3 


> 


200 


38-39 


Hofmann Miller 


B., 14, 570 


40, 593 


,, 


=1.4.3 


)j 




45-46 


ii 


B., 14, 572 


ii 





3) JJ 


3) 


.... 


46 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 361 




Piperpropylalkamine 




J> 


197 




Ladenburg 


C. R, 93, 338 


40, 1158 


? (cf. B. 2, 417 ; 13, 977) 


C 6 H 4 .NH.C(NH).G(OH) : N 


C 3 H 7 ON 3 


.... 


nf. 280 


Bladin 


B.,18,673;B.S., 


48, 257, T85 




=1.2 










42, 104 




/3-Benzoyl formamide 


Ph.CO.CO.NH 2 


C S H 7 O 2 N 


+ H 2 


64-65 


Claisen 


B., 10, 1665 


34, 151 


ft- 11 >! 


)) 


3 


.... 


79-80 


>! 


B., 12, 633 




"- >, 


J3 


>J 




90-91 


11 


B., 10, 1664; 12, 


34, 151 














633 




y- 11 


J) 


>J 


.... 


130 


)! 


B., 10, 1665 


11 


y- i. 


JJ 


JJ 


(C 8 H 7 2 N) 2 


134-135 





B., 12, 635 


36, 649 


Phenylnitroethylene 


Ph.CH:CH.N0 2 


3> 


cf.A.,31,269 


56-57 


Alexejew 


B., 6, 1209 


27, 261 


ii .... 


JJ 


)) 


cf. A., 53, 297 


56-5-57 


Priebs 


B., 16, 25.91 


46, 313 








J3 


.... 


57-58 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2438 




.... 


JJ 


5J 


.... 


58 


Erdmann 


B., ,17, 413 


46, 906 


Isophenylnitroethylene 




JJ 




172-180 


Priebs 


A:, 225, 319 


48, 161 


Nitrostyrolene 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 )(CH : CH 2 )=1.3 

1 9 


J) 




5 

19 TVI 


Prausnitz 

fjlHuODQ 


B., 17, 598 
B., 16, 2213 


46, 1175 




11 *** 

1 4 


JI 




ILJ!I 10 u 

29 


Basler 


B., 16, 3006 


46, 604 


Amidophenoxy acetic anhy- 


11 ** 
C tl H 4 .O.CH 2 .CO.NH=1.2 


99 




.... 


143-144 


Thate 


J. p. [2], 25, 266 


42,849 


dride- 

11 


it 


jr 




143-144 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 288 


38, 320 


11 11 
Dioxindole 


= 1 
C 6 H 4 .CH(OH).CO.NH or 


j 


.... 


166-167 
180 p.d. 


Thate 
Baeyer -and Iv 11 ni 


J. p. [2], 29, 145 
A., 140, 9 


46, 1171 
vi., 735 




i i 


JT 














C 6 H 4 .C(OH):C(OH).NH 
















=1.2 














Nitrophthalene 


... 


)J 


280-320 


48 


Dusart 


A. C. [3], 44, 332 


iv., 113 


Nitroamido-a-toluic nitri] .... 


(CH S .CN).NH 3 .NO J =1.4,6 


C 8 H 7 2 N 3 


.... 


117-118 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 839 


42, 1070 


Phenylic oxamate 


NH 2 .CO.COOPh 


C 8 H 7 3 N 




132 


Wallach and 'Lieb-- 


B-i 13, 507 


38, 558- 













mann 






Phenyloxamic acid (oxanilic) 


NHPh.CO.CO0H 


JJ 


fr. C 6 H 6 


149-150 


Klinger 


A., 184, 265 


31, 710 


i) 


JJ 


JJ 


fr. ether 


150-151 


n 


ir 


>r 


Isonitrosophenylacetic acid ... 


Ph.C(NOH).COOH 


JJ 


.... 


127-128 


Miiller 


B., 16, 1620 


44, 429 


Nitroacetophenone 


CH 3 .CO.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.2 


JJ " 


cf. B., 3, 886 


Liquid 20 


Gevekoht 


B^ 16, 2084 


44, 191 





=1.3 


J 


jj 


80-81 


Hiibner & Buchka 


B., 10, 1714 


34, 147 


.... .... 


=1.4 





.... 


80-81 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 159 


42,847 


Terephthalamic acid 


COOH.(CO.NH 2 )=1,4 


JJ 


.... 


214 


Sandmeyer 


B., 18, 1498 


48, 981 


Amidobenzoyl formic acid .... 


NH 2 .(CO.COOH)=1.3 


jr 




270-280 d. 


Claisen &Thompson 


B., 12, 1946 


38, 254 


? 


.... 


jj 




261 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 27, 270 


44, 792 


Methylic nitrobenzoate 


COOMe.NO 2 =1.3 ! 


C 8 H 7 O 4 N 


279 


70 


Chancel 


A., 72, 275 


i., 556 


n ii 


=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


96 


Wilbrand and Beil- 


A., 128, 263 


iv., 61 












stein 






Nitrophenylacetic acid . 


(CH S .COOH).NO S =1.2(?) 


JJ ' 


.... 


98 


Eadziszewsky 


B., 3, 648 


37, 96 


11 i> 


= 1.4 (?) 


JJ" 


mixture (?) 


114 


)j 


B.,2,209; 3,648; 


37, 96 ; 38, 














Z. C. [2], 5, 358 


119 ;vi., 1102 


11 11 


=1.3 


JJ 


.... 


117 


Gabriel & Borgmann 


B., 16, 2065 


44, 1121 


n 11 


JJ 1 


JV 


.... 


120 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 506 


46, 1176 


n ji 


= 1.4(J) 


JJ ' 


ortho-?. 


133-136 


Forrer 


B., 17, 985 


46, 1021 


i 11 


=1.2 


1J 


.... 


137-138 


Bedson 


B., 13, 574 


37, 93 


j 11 


JJ JJ 


) 


.... 


141. 


Salkowski 


B.,. 17, 507 


46, 1176 


i) ,, 


=1.4 


)J 


.... 


150-151 


Bedson 


B., 13, 574 


37, 91 


11 ii 


ii >i 


31 


.... 


151 


Wittenberg 


B. S., 43, 111 


48, 661 


11 11 ... 


>i i> 


>J 


.... 


149-152 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 2342 




11 n 


ii 


)i 


.... 


151-5-152 


Maxwell 


B., 12, 1765 


37,96; 38,120 


Nitroacetoxy benzene 


OAc.NO 2 =1.2 


Jj 


253 p.d. 


40-41 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 1934 


44, 1113 



478 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylic uitrosophenolcar- 


C 6 H 4 (NO)(O.COOMe) 


C 8 H 7 O 4 N 




137 


Walker 


B., 17, 400 


46, 1003 


boxylate 
















Nitrotoluic acid 


Me.COOH.NO 2 =1.2.3 





.... 


103 u.c. 


Glaus and Mann 


B., 18, 1122 


48, 888 


11 11 


=1.2.6 







145 


Fittig and Ramsay 


A., 168, 202 


27,68 




11 






145 


Jacobseu & Wierss 


B., 16, 1958 


44, 1121 


11 11 " * 


11 11 


,, 




145 


Jacobsen 


B., 17, 162-164 


46, 745 




11 11 


11 


.... 


145 


Fittig and Bieber 


A., 146, 245 












145 


Weith 


B., 6. 420 




















,, 


=1.2.5 





.... 


152 


Jacobsen 


B., 17, 162-164 


46, 745 


n 11 


=1.3.5 


,1 


.... 


167 


Thol 


B., 18, 361 


48, 522 





=1.2.4 





.... 


179 


Jacobsen & Wierss 


B., 16, 1958 


44, 1121 


11 ii - 


11 11 





.... 


179 


Jacobsen 


B., 17, 162-164 


46,745 




; =1.3.4 







182 





B., 14, 2354 


42, 185 





H 


n 




184-5 


Landolph 


B., 6, 939 







=1.46 





.... 


188-189 


Fittig and Ramsay 


A., 168, 251 


27, 68 


,, .... .... 


ji . 


11 




189 


Fittiea 


A., 175,309 


28,59 


n 


.11 11 





.. 


189-190 





B., 6, 939 


26, 1227 


.... 


ii ?i 


n 


... 


190 


Ahrens 


Z. C. [2], 5, 104 


vi., 1101 





11 .11 


11 




190 


Gerichten & Rossler 


B., 11, 706 




j, .... .... 


=1.4.5(?) 





.... 


189 


Fittiea 


A., 172, 303 


28, 59 


,, M .... 


11 11 


n 


.... 


ISO 


M 


B., 7, 927 


27, 1166; 34, 672 


a 


=1.3.6 





.... 


211 


lies and Remsen 


B., 11, 1328 


36, 53 


si 11 


J) J) 







214 


Remsen ,& Kuhara 


A. C. J., 3, 424 


42, 607 


M -51 " " 


M > 





.cf. A,, 144, 168 


214 


Kelbe and Warth 


A., 221, 157 


46,46 


.... .... 


\'J 


_,, 


.... 


217-218 


Ahrens 


Z. CJ.2], 5, 105 


vi., 1101 


.,, .... .... 


=1.3,2 





.... 


S19 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2353 


42, 185 





11 11 


.M 


.... 


220 


Ahrens 


Z. C. [2], 5, 105 


vi., 1101 


Niiromethoxybenzaldehyde 


COH.OMe.NO 2 =1.2.? 





.... 


88 


Voswinckel 


B., 15, 2027 


44,190 


ji 


=1.3.? 





.... 


,82-83 


Tiemann & Ludwig 


B., 15, 2055 




41 


11 11 




.... 


.82-83 





B., 15, 3052 




11 


..=1.3.? 


-. 


.... 


98 





B., 15, 2055 







J> .11 





Mixture 


98 


11 


B., 15, 3054 







=1.3.? 


,, 


.... 


104-105 


11 


B., 15, 3057 







.11 n 





... 


107 


11 


B., 15, 2054 




Amidoisophthalic acid . 


(COO^) 2 .NH 2 =1.3.5 





cf. J. p. [2], 


a. 300 


Storrs and Fittig 


A., 153, 289 










25, 491 










Amidotrephthalic 


,=1.4.5 







d.w.m. 


Burkhardt 


B., 10, 145 




Aldoxime salicylic 


COO].OH.(CHNOH)=1.2.5 





*< 


179 


Furth 


B., 16, 2182 


46, 42 


.... 


=1.2.3 


11 


.... 


193 


11 





11 


Nitrohydroxytoluic aldehyde 


COH.Me.OH.NO 2 =1.3.6.5 





.... 


141 


Schotten 


B., 11, 788 


34, 878 


11 M 


=1.3.4.5 


11 


.... 


152 





B., 11, 789 





Methylquinolinic acid 


N.Me.(COOH) 2 =? ; on ox. 







d. 180-185 


Hoogewerff and 


B., 14, 645 






=.N.(COOH) 3 =1.2.3.5 or 6 








Dorp 






11 .M 


11 11 


11 


... 


186 d. 


Kbnigs 


B., 14, 104 




Apophyllic acid 


C 6 H 3 N(COOMe)(COOH) 


,, 




205 


Anderson 


A., 86. 196 


5, 257 ; i., 350 


11 11 " 








*.* 


S41-S42 


Gerichten 


B., 13, 1636 




Nitromandelic acid 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH(OH).COOH 


C 8 H 7 6 N 


.... 


120 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 382 


48, 983 




=1.3 














Nitrophenoxyacetic acid .... 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.CH 2 .COOH=? 


n 


.... 


153 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 19, 33 


36, 322 


)! 11 *< 


=1.2 





.... 


156-5 


Thate 


J. p. [2], 29, 149 


46, 1170 


ii 11 - 


M I) 


H 


.... 


156-5 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 283 


38, 319 


, 


=1.4 







183 





J. p. [2], 20, 267 


38, 320 


Nitromethoxybenzoic acid .... 


COOH.OMe,N0 2 =1.2.? 




..... 


88-89 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 10, 345 


v., 164 


,1 11 - 


=1.2.? 


w 




148-149 


Kraut 


A., 150, 6; 173, 41 


vi., 1005 


)! Jl 


=1.4,5 







175-180 


Cahours 


A. 


i., 302 


1, 11 - 


11 ! 


Vi 


.... 


186-187 


Richter 


R. K. T., 186 




)1 11 


'1 11 


_- 




189 


Salkowski and 


B., 10, 1255 














Rudolph 






Nitrohydroxytoluic acid 


COOH.Me.OH.NO 2 =1.3.4.? 


,, 


.... 


85 


lies and Remsen 


B., 11, 463 


34, 505 


11 11 


11 11 





.... 


86-87 


Mahon 


A. C. J., 4, 186 


42, 1205 


11 ,i 


=1.4.5.3 


tl 




186-187 


Gerichten& Rossler 


B., 11, 706 


34,672 


11 11 


11 





.... 


187-188 


Ahrens 


Z. C. [2], 5, 105 


vi., 1101 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



479 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Fornnula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrodihydroxyacetophenone 


(OH) 2 .NO 2 .Ac=1.3.(?) 2 


C S H 7 5 N 




142 


Nencki and Silber 


J. p. [2], 23, 151 


40, 591 


Methoxyquinolinic acid 


N.OMe.(COOH) 2 =1.2.5.6 


)> 


.... 


140 d. 


Feer and Koiiigs 


B., 18, 2398 


48, 1235 


Dinitroacetanilide 


NHAc.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 





.... 


120 


Eudnew 


Z. C. [2], 7, 202 


24, 712 


,, 


=1.2.6 


)J 


.... 


197 


Salkowski 


B., 10, 1696 




Nitroisovauillic acid 


COOH.OH.OMe.N0 2 


C 8 H.O,N 


.... 


172-173 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 133 


34, 502 




=1.3.4.? 














Nitrovanillic acid 


=1.4.3.5 


H 


.... 


202 


Weselsky and Bene 


M. C., 3, 392 


42, 1201 












dikt 









= 1.4.3.? 





.... 


d.w.m. 210 


Tiemann and Mats- 


B., 9, 944 


30, 525 












moto 






,, ,, .... 





)) 




d.w.m. 210 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 133 




Methylic diuitroamidoben- 


COOMe.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 


C 8 H 7 O a N 3 


.... 


144 


Salkowski 


A., 163, 11 


25, 714; vii., 


zoate 


=1.4.(?) 2 












336 


>i 


=1.2.(?) 2 


)J 




165 


)! 


A., 173, 46 - f B., 


28, 71 ; vil., 














4,872. 


336 


Trinitroethylbenzene 


Et.(N0 3 ) 3 =? 


)) 




Liquid 


.... 


.... 


v., 1058 


Triuitroxylene 


Me 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.3.4.? 


)J 


.... 


55 


Fittig and Bieber 


.... 


vi., 294 


(cf.G.I.,10,317) 


=1.4.2.3.5 





.... 


127 


Schiff 


B., 13, 1408 


38, 892 


.... .... 


J 51 







129-5 


Fittig 


A. r 153, 276 


24, 554 








)J 


.... 


137 


Glinzer and Fittig 


A, 136, 307 


v., 857, 1058 


,, 


1> J 


)> 


.... 


137 


Fittig and Ahrens 


A V 147, 15 


vi., 294 


,, .... 


=1.3.2.4.6 


H 


.... 


176 


Preis & Eaymann 


B., 12, 220 


36, 623 


.... .... 


I> )> 


> 




176 


Fittig 


A., 148, 5 




.... .... 





) 


.... 


176-177 


Fittig and Ahrens 


A., 147, 17 


vi., 294 


,, .... 


yr 


J) 




177 


Luhmann 


A, 144, 276 







rr 


1> 




ne 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2424 


48, 144 


* .... ..-. 


j 







177 


Beilstein 


A, 133, 45, 


v., 1058 


,, 


=1.3.4.(?) 2 


) 


.... 


182 


Tilden 


.... 


45, 416 


Trinitropetrol 


C 8 H 7 (N0 2 )3 


)I 


.... 


162 


Bussenius and 


A, 113,, 15L 


iv., 382 












Eisenstuck, 






Ethylic nitrocomenate 


C 5 HO s (NO 2 XOH).COOEt 


C 8 H 7 7 N 


.... 


147 


Reibstein 


J. p. [2], 24, 279 


42,197 


Trinitrophenetoil 


OEt.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6. 


C 8 H 7 7 N 3 


.... 


78 


WJllgerodt 


B., 12, 1278 


36, 923 


n "" 








.... 


78-5 


Miiller & Stenhouse 


A, 141, 80 


19, 236; vi., 
















911 


Trinitroethylresorcinol 


OEt.OH.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.2.4.6 


C 8 H 7 8 N 3 




120-5 


Stenhouse 


19, 238 


vi., 893 


Trinitrodimethylquinol 


((>Me) 2 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.4.2.3.5 


) 


.... 


100-101 


Habermann 


B., 11, 1038 




Trinitrodimethylresorcinol .... 


=1.3.4.(?) 2 







123-124 u.c. 


Honig 


B., 11, 1042 


34, 728 


Trinitrodimethylcatechol _.. 


=1.2.3.4.? 





.... 


144-145 u.c. 


Tiemann and Mats- 


B., 9, 940 


30, 524 












motor 






ji .... 


>< 


J) 


.... 


144-145 


Matsmoto- 


B., 11, 131 




Amidoxindole 


C 6 H 3 (NH 2 ).CH 1 .CO.NH 


CsHsONj 


.... 


200 d. 


Gabriel and. Meyer 


B., 14, 832 


40, 731 




=1.4.5 














Nitrosoacetanilide 


C 6 H 6 .NAc.NO 


C 8 H 9 2 N 2 


.... 


40-41 


Fischer 


B., 9, 464 


30, 205 


Benzoyl carbamide 


NH 3 .CO.NHBe 


J 


.... 


171 


Miguel 


B. S. [2], 25, 104 


30, 73 


, jv 


)) 


1 


cf. A., 92, 404 


200 


.... 


Z. C. [1868], 305 


i., 753 


Phenyl oxamide 


NH 2 .CO.CO.NHPh 





A., 73, 184 


224 


Klinger 


A, 184, 271 




Phenylhydrazine glyoxylic 


Ph.N 2 H::CH.COOH 


I) 


.... 


d. 137 


Fischer 


B., 17, 578 


46, 1151 


acid 



















>' 







d.137 


Elbers< 


A., 227, 340 


48, 535 


Phenylglyoxime 


Ph.C( : N.OH).CH : N.OH 


)> 




152 


Schramm. 


B., 16, 2186 


46, 52 


Diformyldiamidobenzene .... 


C 6 H 4 (NH.CHO) 3 =1.3 





.... 


155 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2447 


44, 326 


,, .... 


=1.4 


) 


.... 


203-5-204 


Wundt 


B., 11, 828 


34, 668 


Formamidobenzamide 


NH 2 .CO.C 6 H 4 .NH.CHO= 1.2 


) 




123 


Weddige 


J.. p. [2], 31,, 124 


48, 661 


Isophthalamide 


C 6 H 4 (CO.NH 2 ) 2 =1.3 


I) 




265 


Beyer 


J, p. [2], 22, 352 


40,96 


Terephthalaldoxine .... 


C S H 4 (CH : NOH) 2 =1.4 


t 


.... 


200 


Westenberger 


B., 16, 2995 


46, 581 


Nitrosophenylglycocoll 


Ph.N(NO).CH 2 .COOH 


8 H 8 3 N, 




105 d. 


Schwebel 


B., 11, 1132 


34, 795 


Nitro-acetanilide 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).NHAc=1.2 







78 


HUbner 


B., 9, 775 


30, 309 











.... 


92-93 





A., 209, 352 







,, =1.3 


j> 




141-143 


Meyer and Stuber 


A., 165, 183 


25, 305 


u 


)> 


j 


.... 


143 


Levinstein 


D. P., 256, 471 


48, 1127 


,, ,, 


= 1.4 





.... 


207 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17,262 


46, 1012 



480 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitro-acetauilide 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).NHAc=1.4 


C 8 H 8 3 N, 


.... 


207 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44,916 


11 ,, .... 


J> 1> 


)) 




207 


Meyer and Stuber 


J. [1875], 344 


26, 305 


i - n 


)) II 


11 




207 


Rudnew 


Z. C. [2J, 7, 202 


24, 712 


Uraniidobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 (NH.CO.NH 2 ).COOH 


T 


.... 


d. 200 


Traube 


B., 15, 2117 


44, 194 




=(1.3 














Methyl nitrosomethylnitro- 


C,H 4 .NO 2 .(CHMe.NO)=1.2 


J) 




58 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 2337 


42, 189 


benzeue 
















11 11 


1 


) 




58 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 3058, 3060 




11 it 


=1.3 


)J 




63-63-5 


ii 


B., 15, 3061 


44, 582 


Nitrophenylniethylacetoxime 


C H 4 .N0 2 .(CMe:NOH)=1.3 


H 


.... 


131-132 


n 


B., 15, 3063 


11 


Benzenylamidoxime car- 


C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H.[C(NH 2 ):NOH] 


j) 




a. 330 


Miiller 


B., 18, 2486 


48, 1227 


boxylic acid 


=1.4 














Nitro-a-toluamide 


C 6 H 4 .N0 2 .(CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ) 


)) 




190-192 


Gabriel 


B., 14, 2342 






=1.4 














Nitrotoluamide 


(CO.NH 2 ).Me.NO 2 =1.3.? 







151 


Beilstein and 


A., 144, 175 














Kreusler 






Hydroisophthalajuide 


(CO.NH 2 ) 2 .OH^=1.^.4 


)> 


.... 


250 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 380 


34, 583 


Azophenylmethazonic acid .... 


C 6 H 5 .N 2 .C 2 H 3 N 2 3 


C 8 H a 3 N 4 




164 .d. 


Kimich 


B., 10, 141 


32, 325 


/3-pyridine tricarboxylamide 


N.(CO.NH 2 ) 3 =symmetrieal 


?1 




a. 280 


Voigt 


A., 228, 29 


48, 813 


Nitrophenylamidoacetic acid 


NO 2 .[CH(NH 2 ).COOH]=1.3 


C 8 H 8 4 N 2 




172 d. 


Plochl and Loe 


B., 18, 1180 


48, 899 


Amidonitro-a-toluic acid 


NH 2 .N0 2 .(CH 2 .COOH) 


J) 




143-5-144-5 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 836, 1992 


42, 1070 




=1.2.4 














- Q - i! 11 


=1.3.4 


)) 




184-186 


Gabriel. and Meyer 


B., 14, 824 


40, 730 


Dinitroethylbenzene 


Et.(N0 2 ) 2 =? 


)) 




Liquid 


.... 


.... 


v., 1058 


Dinitroxylene 


Me 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.3.2.4 


)' 


.,,, 


82 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2423 


48, 144 


n .... .... 


= 


5 




abt. 92 


Rommier 


B. S. [2], 19, 434 


26, 887 


i .... .... 


= 1;3.2.5 


) 




92-93 


! 


i 


26, 888 


.... .... 


) > 


> 




9^ 


Fittig 


A., 1,48, 5 




,, .... .... 


5> 3) 


Jl 


.... 


93 


Fittig and Abrens 


A., 147, 17 


vi., 294 


.... 


> 


J) 




93 


Grevingk 


B., 1,7, 2422 


48, 144 


.11 ..... .... 


=1.4,2^ 


V) 




93 


Glinzer andCFittig 


A., 136, 308 


v., 857 


,, .... ... 


i) ij 


,1J 




93 


Earner 


B., 15, 2303 


44, 179 


.... .... 


!> )l 


n 




93 


Lellmann 


A., 228, 250 


48, 973 


11 .... .... 


11 II 


j> 




93 


Fittig and Ahrens 


A., 147, 17 


vi., 294 


i, 


1! II 


j 




93 


Jannasch 


A., 171, 79 


27, 468 


i, 


,)l 1> 


is 




93 


Jannasch & Stiinkel 


B., 14, 1146 


40, 808 


V ... .... 


=1.4.2.6 







123-5 


Glinzer and Fittig 


A., 136, 307 


v., 1058 


... .... 


.11 ii 


> 


.... 


123 


Fittig and Ahrena 


A., 147, 17 


vi., 294 


)j .... .... 


n )i 


)> 




123-5 


Jannasch & Stiiukel 


B., U, 1147 


40, 808 


i. 


.11 11 


j 




124 


Lellmann 


A., 228, 250 


48, 973 


n .... .... 


n 11 







,125 


Jannaseh 


A., 17-1, 79 


27, 468 


i, .... .... 


=1.4.2.5 


j 




147-148 


Lellmann 


A., 228, 250 


48, 973 


(double compound) 


of 1.4.2.3 and 1.4.2.6 


.ji 




99-5 


Earner 


B., 15, 2302 


44, 179 


i 


l> >! 


i) 




99-99-5 


Jannasch & Stiinkel 


B., 14, 1146 




Ketiae dicarbomc acid 


(.CMe.N.:C.COOEt) 2 


si 




200-201 


Wleugel 


B., 15, 1053 


42, 949 


Nitropyrryline dimethyl di- 


N0 2 .C 4 NHj.(CO.Me),, 


) 


.... 


149 


Ciamiciau & Silber 


B., 18, 1468 


48, 994 


ketone 
















Diuitrophenetoil 


OEt.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.6 


C S H 8 5 N 2 




57-58 


Salkowski & Rehs 


B., 7, 371 


27, 801 


.11 .... 


i) 





.... 


57-58 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 273 


28, 367 


,i .... .... 


=1.3.5 


J 


.... 


85 


Andrew 


J. p. [2], 21, 335 


38, 467 


.v 


=1.2.4 


) 




84 


Salkowski 


A., 174, 263 


vii., 908, 929 


11 


) 







86 


Willgerodt 


B., 12, 764 


36, 717 


11 .... 


' 


J) 


cf. A., 74,015 


86-87 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 156,214 














berg 






Dinitromethylcresol .... _. ;. 


Me.OMe.(NO 2 ) 2 =-l. 4:3.5 


J 




122 


Staedel 


B., 14, 900 


40, 724 


) .... .. . 


>! 1) 


)j 


.... 


122 


D 


A., 217, 170 


44, 863 


Dinitronitrosomethyltolu- 


Me.NMe(NO).(NO 2 ) 2 


C 8 H a 5 N 4 




125 


Gattermanu 


B., 18, 1488 


48, 976 


idine 
















Dinitro-dimethylresonhnol .... 


(OMe) 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3.(?) 2 


8 H 8 6 N 2 




67 


Honig 


B., 11, 1042 


34,728 


catechol ... 


=1.2.(?) 2 


i 


.... 


a. 100 


Merck 


A., 95, 200 


v., 997 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS, 



481 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


.Dinitro-dimethylquinol 


(OMe) 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.5.? 


C 8 H 3 6 N 2 




169-170 


Habermann 


B., 11, 1037 


34, 728 


Dinitroethylquinol .... 


OEt.OH.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 





.... 


71 


Weselsky and 


M. C., 2, 370 


40, 1139 












Benedikt 






55 .... .... 


=1.3.(?) 2 







75 


Aronheim 


B., 12, 32 


36, 465 


Trinitrod i raethy laniline 


C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .NMe 2 


C 8 H B 6 N 4 


.... 


115 


Krell 


B., 5, 880 


26, 279 


Trinitromethyltoluidine 


C 6 HMe.NHMe.(N0 2 ) 3 







137-138 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1488 


48, 976 


Dinitroethoxydihydroxy- 


C 6 H(OH) 2 (OEt)(N0 2 ) 2 


QjH 8 O 7 N 2 


cf, A., 215, 155 


143d. 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 1449 


34, 867 


benzene 


















C 6 H 5 .NHAe 


C 8 H 9 ON 


295 (755) 


101 


Williams 


17, 106 


v., 1087 










112 


Gerhardt 


A., 87, 164 


vi., 418 










112 


Seifert 


B., 18, 1360 






" 






112-113 




Z. C. [2], 5, 699 


vii., 4 




11 





293 


112-113 


Wallach and Hoff- 


A,, 184, 86 


32, 187 












mann 












51 


~ . 


113 


Wurtz 


C. B., 7, 3528 


24, 1056 





11 







113 


Menschutkin 


B., 15, 2503 




(?) 


(v 


)> 


.... 


113 


Eossing 


B., 17, 3006 












114-115 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 


a-toluatnide .. 


C6H5.CHj.CO.NH2 


^ 


.... 


155-156 


Bernthsen 


A., 184, 290 


31, 619 








181-184 


154-155 


Weddige 


J. p [21 7 100 


26, 1241 










155 u.c. 


Eeimer 


r L J! ' J A '- / v 

B., 13, 741 




Methylphenylaeetoxime 


Ph.CMe : NOH 




I 


59 


Jamy 


B., 15, 2781 


44,580 


Methylbenzaldexime 


Ph.CH : N.OMe 





190-192 u.c. 


Liquid 


Petraczek 


B., 16, 826 




Methylformanilide 


Ph.NMe.CHO 





243-244 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 16, 1652 


44, 1090 




C 6 H 4 .Me.NH(CHO)= 1 .4 






45 


Hiiibner 


A., 209, 372 






55 = ? 






50 


Eosenstiehl 


Z. C. [2], 5, 189 


vi., 1108 






,, 


.... 


50 


Hofma.nn 


G. L, 5, 392 


29, 601 





=1.4 







52? 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2446 


44, 326 


.... .... .... 


,, 


H 


.... 


52-53 


Senier 


M.. 


47, 765 




JO 




2-88 


56'J> 57'S 


Ladenburff 


B., 10 1129 


32, 754 




n n 




.... 


58 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2446 


44, 326 






/ \ 




211 


Ladenburff 


B., 10 1129 


32, 754 




)) 55 














Toluamide 


Me.(CO.NH 2 )=1.2 






135-136 


8pic& 


G. I. 5 392 


29, 601 






n 


.... 















" 


~~ 


138 


Weith 


B>fi 491 


" 




)> *i 


)) 


tUft 






., A), i -. i 






55 =1.4 






151 


Fischli 


B. 12 615 


36, 638 


Amidoacetophenone 


C 6 H 4 .NH.,,(COMe)=1.2 


" 


I. 


Liquid 


Gevekoht 


B., 15, 2085 













242-252 


Liquid 


Baeyer and Blom 


B., 15, 2154 


44, 197 


55 .... 


I) !) 





_.. 


92-93 


Engler 


B., 11, 933 







=1.4 





.. 


106 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 163 




Dihydroxindole 




jj 


.... 


sf. 67-70 


Bischoff 


R, 16, 1041 




? .. 


C 4 H 3 O.C : N.CMe, 


M 


300-310 


142 


Tonnies and Staub 


B., 17, 857 


46, 1130 




I 1 














Tetrene urethane 




C 8 H,O 3 N 


180 (770) 


** 


.... 


G. I., 12, 84 




Benzylic carbamate 


NH2.COO.CH.jPh 





.... 


86 


Cannizzaro 


B., 3, 518 


vii., 179 


55 ,5 .... 










86 


5) 


G. I., 1, 33 


24, 927 


Phenylamidaoetic acid 


Ph.CH(NH 2 ).COOH 





_.. 


255-256 


Miiller 


B., 16, 1621 


44, 1130 


)5 55 "" 








.... 


256 


Tiemann and Fried 


B., 13, 383 


38, 473 












lander 






)> 5) ". 





n 


.... 


256 


Tiemann 


B., 14, 1969 




Phenylglycocine 


NHPh.CH 2 .COOH 


n 


.... 


110 


Michaelson and 


Z. C. [1866], 16 


vi., 644 












Lippmann 






55 .... .... 








.... 


126-127 


P. J. Meyer 


B., 8, 1156 


29, 372 


55 .... 





n 


.... 


126-127 


Schwebel 


B., 10, 2046 




Glycolphenylamine 


CeHs.NH.CO.CH2.OH 





fr. hot H 2 O 


108 


Norton and Tcher- 


C. B., 86, 1332 


34, 775 












niak 






55 .... 








fr. cold H 2 O 


98 





B. S., 30, 104 


n 


Phenylhydroxyacetamide .... 


CH 2 (OH).CO.NHPh 





.... 


65-115 


Tommasi 


B. S., 22, 6 


26, 627 


Isonitrosophenylethyl alcohol 


Ph.C(NOH).CH 2 .OH 





.... 


70 


Meyer and Nageli 


B., 16, 1624 


44, 1076 


Phenoxyacetamide 


Ph.O.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


,, 


.... 


101-5 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 277 


38, 319 


Pheiiylglycollamide 


Ph.CH(OH).CO.NH 2 


" 




131 


Zinin 


Z. C. [2], 4, 710 


vi., 802 

5 n 



482 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenylglycollarnide 

Methylic benzhydroxaminate 
Methylbenzhydroxamic acid 
Cresylic carbamate 
Amidophenylacetic acid 
jj jj 

)! JJ 

Am M (lacetoxy benzene 

j 
Acetamidophenol 
j) .... 
Nitroethyl benzene 

jj jj 
jj jj .... ... 

Methoxybenzamide 
(anisamide) 
(B. 2, 666) 
Anisaldoxime 
Amidotoluic acid 
jj .... .... 
jj jj .... 

!! )J 
jj jj 
JJ JJ 
JJ JJ 
JJ 
)J J, 
)> JJ 

Nitroxylene 


Ph.CH(OH).CO.NH s 

Ph.C(OH) : N.OMe 
Ph.C(OMe) : N.OH 
NH 2 .COO.C 6 H 4 .Me (?) 
NH 2 .(CH 2 .COOH) =1.3 
=1.4 

>! !) 

OAc.NH 2 =1.2 
=1.4 
OKNHAc =1.4 
=1.2 

C 6 H 4 Et.N0 2 =1.2 

= J 
=1.4 

OMe.(CO.NH 2 ) =1.2 
=1.4 
u 

Me.COOH.NH, =1.3.? 
= 1.3.4 
=1.3.? 

=1.3.2 
=1.4.6 
=1.2.5 
=1.2.6 

J J 

=1.2.4 


Me,.NO s =1.2.3 
=1.2.4 

jj >j 
=1.2.? 
=1.3.2 

!) 

=1.3.4 

) 
'J JJ 
J) )> 
J J 

=1.3.5 
=1.4.5.(?) 

i) 
,, (?) 

1) >! 

Me s .OH.NO =1.4.3.6 

" 

C 4 H 2 Ac 2 NH 
C 6 H S .N:N.C 2 H 4 .NO 3 


C 8 H 9 3 N 

)I 
JJ 
)J 
JJ 

J 
J) 
?J 
JJ 
J) 
J1 

M 

1 

)> 
1 
JJ 
)J 
J) 

) 

J 

n 

jj 
jj 
) 
jj 

M 

M 

jj 
JJ 
)j 
JJ 
jj 

Jj 

jj 

n 

jj 
jj 
jj 

(?) 

j 

5) 
)J 

) 
>1 



C 8 HAN 3 


225 

MM 

cf. R 11, 232 

227-228 

233 

245-246 

295 

250 
256 
248 (580) 
S58(760)s.d. 

225 
225 (774) 
227-228 

237-239 
235-245 
243-244 c. 
245-5 (744) 
255 c. 

234-237 
240 
245-246 


190 

Liquid 
64-65 

125 
148-149 
199-200 d. 
199-200 
150 
183 
179 
201 
Liquid 

Liquid 
Liquid 

128-129 
Solid 
137-138 
45 
b. 100 
132 
167 

172 
164-165 
165 
191 
196 
196 
191 
Liquid 
29 

29 
52-55 

2 
L. 20 
67 
70-71 

cf. A., 176, 56 
Liquid 

160-165 
163 

161-162 

45-7 
136-137 d. 


Tieiuann and Friec 
lander 
Tiemann & Kriiger 
Lessen and Zanni 
Kempf 
Gabriel & Borgmain 
Bedson 
Gabriel 

Morse 
Ladenburg 
Beilstein and 
Kuhlberg 
Tollens and Fittig 

Beilstein and 
Kuhlberg 
Grimaux 
Cahours 
Henry 
Westenberger 
Kelbe and Warth 
Jacobsen 
Beilstein and 
Kreusler 
Jacobsen 
Ahrens 
Jacobsen 
jj 
jj 
jj 
jj 
Noltiug and Forel 

j 
Jacobsen 

jj 
j 
Nolting and Forel 
Greviugk 
Beilstein and 
Kuhlberg 
Tawildarow 
Wroblewsky 
Harmsen 
Grevingk 
Wroblewsky 

Jannasch and 
Diekmann 
Schaumann 
Deumelandt 
Beilstein and 
Kuhlberg 
Oliveri 
Goldschmidt and 
Schmid 
Ciamiciau and 
Dennstedt 
Maier 
Meyer and AmbUhl 


B., 14, 1967 

B., 17, 1690 
A., 182, 226 
J. p. [2], 1, 410 
B., 16, 2065 

B., 14, 2342 

B., 11, 232 
B , 9, 1524 
2. C. [2], 6, 624; 
A., 156, 206 
A., 131, 310 

Z. C. [2], 5, 524; 
A., 156, 206 
B. S. [2], 13, 26 
A. C. [3], 22, 353 
Z. C. [2], 6, 209 
B., 16, 2994 
A., 221, 157 
B., 14, 2354 
A., 144, 178 

B., 14, 2354 
Z. 0. [2], 5, 104 
B., 17, 164 

jj 
B., 16, 1959 
B., 17, 164 
B., 16, 1959 
B. S., 42, 332 


B., 17, 160 

j 
B., 10, 1013 
B. S., 42, 332 
B., 17, 2430 
J., 22, 415 

Z. C., 13, 418 
A., 207, 91 
B., 13, 1558 
B., 17, 2429 
A., 207, 94 ; B., 
10, 1248 
A., 171, 83 

B., 11, 1537 
Z. C. [1866], 21 
J., 22, 415 

G. I. [1882], 161 
B., 18, 569 

B., 17, 432, 2953 

A., 127, 163 
B., 8, 751, 1073 


42, 56 
46, 1325 

24, 3-2 
44, 1121 
37, 92 

vii., 903 

u 
34, 416 
31, 303 
vi., 292 

iv., 485; v., 
1058 
vi., 292 

vi., 1002 
i., 297 
vii., 81 
46, 581 
46, 47 
42, 185 

42, 185 
vi., 1101 
46, 745 

j 
44, 1121 
46, 745 
44, 1121 
48, 382 

J 

46, 737 

jj 
32, 601 
48, 382 
48, 145 

40, 433 
40, 49 
48, 145 
34, 55; 40, 433 

27, 477 

36,51 
v., 1058 

42, 837 
48, 775 

46, 1044 ; 48, 
379 

ii., 155 
28, 1202 






jj .... .... ... 




jj .. .... .... 




















Nitrosoxylenol 


Dipseudo-acetopyrroline 
Hipparin 


Azonitroethylbenzene 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



483 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dehydracetamide 


CH 2 Ac.C: CH.CfCO.NH,) : C 

i i 


C 8 H 9 3 N 


.... 


208 '5 


Oppenheim and 


B., 9, 1100 


30, 506 




(OH) 








Precht 






Anishydroxamic acid 


OMe.(CO.NH.OH) =1.4 


)) 




156-157 


Lessen 


A., 175, 271 


28, 636 


Ethyl nitrophenol 


OEt.N0 2 =1.2 


H 


267-268 (757) 


.... 


Forster 


J.p. [2], 21, 343 




,, ,, 








dbt. %58 


Liquid 


Groll 


J. p. [2], 14, 207 


20, 247 


,, 


=1.3 


H 


264p.d.(760); 


34 


Bantlin 


B., 11, 2101 


38, 238 








169 (70) 










,, ,, 


=1-4 


J) 


.... 


57-58 


Fritzsche 


J. p., 75, 257 


iv., 397 


,, ,, .... 


)J ) 





.... 


58 


Hallock 


B., 14, 37 


40, 595 


,, 


)) 


)) 


283 


57-58 


Riehter 


K. K. T., 190 







5) 


51 


.... 


59 


Willgerodt 


B., 14, 2637 


42, 396 


,, 





J1 


.... 


85-87 


.... 


G. I., 11, 396 




Nitro-ethylphenol 


.... 


)? 


.... 


212-215 


Suida and Plohn 


M. C., 1, 178 




Methyl nitrocresol 


Me.OMe.NO 2 =1.4.6 


1) 


266-267 u.c. 


Liquid 


Knecht 


B., 15, 300 


42, 728 


.... .... 


=1.4.5 





274 p.d. 


Liquid 


Wagner 


B., 7, 1273 


vil., 931 ; 28, 
















256 


Ethyl uitrosoresorcinol 


OH.OEt.NO =1.3.4 


M 




d. w. m., 180 


Aroriheim 


B., 12, 31 


36, 465 


Amidoaiiisic acid 


COOH.OMe.NHj =1.4.5 (?) 


) 


.... 


180 


Zinin 


A., 92, 327 


i., 296 


,, .... 


=1.4.6 


)) 




204 


Balbiano 


G. I., 14, 234 


48, 530 


Vanillin aldoxime 


(CH I NOH).OMe.OH =1.3.4 


)) 


.... 


117 


Lach 


B., 16, 1786 


44, 1104 


,, .... 
Nitroxylenol .... 



Me 2 .OH.NO 2 =1.3.(7)j 


jj 


.... 


121-122 
68'5 


Tiernann and Kees 
Lako 


B., 18, 1664 
A., 182, 33 


48, 1072 
30, 634 





)i 


JT 



*..* 


95 


Pfaff 


B., 16, 616 


44, 802 


ft- 


=1.4.(?) 2 


J) 


236 d. 


Liquid 


Oliveri 


G. I. [1882], 161 


42,837 


,, y- 


J) 


: 


.... 


89 


M 


) 


>t 


- 


=1.4.2.5 


M 




115 





)i 





,, o- 


ji 


j> 


.... 


122 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 570 


48, 775 












Schmid 






Methylic pseudacetyl-a- 


C 4 H 2 AcNH.COOMe 


> 


.... 


113 


Ciamician & Silber 


B., 17, 1156 ; 


46, 1045 ; 48, 


carbopyrrolate 












G. I., 14, 162 


247 


Hydroxylutidine carboxylic 


.... 





+H 2 


246 


Collie 


A., 226, 294 


48, 374 


acid 
















Nitro-acetdiamidobenzene .... 


NH 2 .NHAc.NO 2 =1.4.7 


(VE^N, 


.... 


184 


Biedermann and 


B., 7, 1531 














Ledoux 












)) 




186 


Ladenburg 


B., 17, 148 


46, 738 


Nitrodimethylquinol 


(OMe) 2 .NO 2 =1.4.5 


C 8 H,0 4 N 


.... 


70-71 


Habermann 


B., 11, 1037 


34, 728 


i) 


)) 


)) 




71-5 


Miihlhauser 


A., 207, 253 




Nitrodimethylcatechol 


=1.2.3 or 4 


J) 


cf. A., 108, 61 


95-96 


Tiemann and 


B., 9, 939 


30, 52 












Matsmoto 






... 


w 


1) 


* 


95-96 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 131 




Nitroethylquinol 


OEt.OH.NO 2 =1.4.? 


JJ 


.... 


83 


Weselsky and 


M. C., 2, 370 


40, 1J39 












Benedikt 






Nitroethyl resorcinol 


=1.3.4 


>J 


.... 


79 


)3 


W. A., 82, 1219 ; 


40, 727 














M. Q, 1, 895 




,, .... .... 


=1.3.6 


> 


.... 


131 


i) 


i> 





Ethyldicarbopyrrolic acid .... 


C 4 HjEtN.COOH 





.... 


w. m. 250 


Bell 


B., 10, 1865 


36, 525 


Dimetliylpyrroline dicar- 


CO n H.C : CMe.NH.CMe : C. 
i | 





.... 


197 d. 


Knorr 


B., 17, 1639 


46, 1368 


boxylic acid 


COjH 














51 








... 


250-251 d. 


u 


B., 18, 1564 


48, 994 


Ethylic comenamate.... 


C 5 H(NH 2 )O.OH.OOOEt 


I) 


+2H 2 O 


205 


Eeibstein 


J. p. [2], 24, 284 




Ethylcomenamic acid 


C,,H(NH 2 )O.OEt.COOH 


If 


) 


210 d. 


Mennel 


J. p. [2], 32, 176 


48, 1203 


Dinitrodimethylaniline 


NMe 2 .(NH 2 ) 2 =? 


C 8 H 9 4 N 3 


.... 


73-5 


Schraube 


B., 8, 621 




,, .... 


=1.3.4 


> 


.... 


77 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 763 


32, 603 


.... 


)> 


)? 




78 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1234 







=1.2.4 





.... 


87 u. c. 


Mertens 


B., 10, 995 


32, 605 


.... 


)> )) 


)5 


.... 


87 


Wurster & Sendtner 


B., 12, 1803 


38, 111 


i) 


= 


1 


.... 


240-260 d. 


Mertens 


B., 10, 995 


32, 606 


Dinitroethylaniline 


NHEt.(NOj) 3 =1.2.4 







114 


Norton and Allen 


B., 18, 1997 




Dinitromethyltoluidine 


Me.NHMe.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 


)) 




129 


Thomsen 


B., 10, 1584 


34, 218 


i .... 


)> 


)1 


.... 


129 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1487 


48, 976 


Dinitroamidoethylbenzene .... 


Et.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 


)> 




134-135 


Paucksch 


B., 17, 769 


46, 1143 
















3Q.2 



4-81 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitroxylidine 


Me 2 .NH 8 .(NO 2 ) 2 =? 


C 8 H,0 4 N 3 


.... 


105 


Krell 


B., 5, 879 


26, 279 


,, 


' =? 


)) 


.... 


191-192 


Beilstein 


A., 133, 45 


v., 1059 


Ethyl-nitropyrogallol 


(OH) a .OEt.NO a =? 


C h H 9 6 N 




139 


Weselsky & Bene- 


M. 0., 2, 215 


42,53 












dikt 






Allocaffeine 


.... 


C 8 HAN, 


.... 


198 


Fischer 


A., 215, 275 


44, 355 


Ethylpicrazide 


C 2 H 6 .N 2 H 2 .C 6 H 2 (NO,,) 3 


C 8 H 9 6 N 6 


.... 


200 d. 


D 


A., 199, 299 




Phenylethenylamidoxime .... 


Ph.CH 2 .C(NH 2 ) : NOH 


C 9 H 10 ON., 




67 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1068 


48, 897 


Methylbenzenylamidoxime... 


NH 2 .CPh : NOMe 


)) 


a. 230 


57 


Tiemaun & Kriiger 


B., 17, 1689 


46, 1325 





) 


Jl 


230 u. c. 


57 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1056 


48, 896 


Phenylhydroxyacetamidine.... 


Ph.CH(OH).C(NH 2 ) I NH 


)J 


.... 


100 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 382 


48, 983 





n 





.... 


110 





J. p. [2], 28, 190 


46, 65 


Ethenylanilidoxinie 


Ph.NH.CMe : NOH 


)) 




121 


Nordmann 


B., 17, 2753 


48, 239 


Acetylphenylhydrazine 


Ph.N 2 H 2 .CO.CH 3 


) 




128'5 


Fischer 


A, 190, 129 


34, 309 


Phenylglycocinamide 


Ph.NH.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


1) 


.... 


133 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1157 


29, 373 


Methylphenylcarbam ide 


NHj-CO.NMePh 


)> 


.... 


82 


Gebliardt 


B., 17, 2095 


46, 1321 


Benzylcarbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 Ph 


IT 


.... 


144 


Letts 


B., 5, 91 


25, 448; vi:., 
















181 


,, 


u 


JJ- 


.... 


147-147-5 


Cannizzaro 


B., 4, 412; G.I., 


vii., 181 ; 24, 














1,41 


928 


Tolylcarbamide 


Me.(NH.CO.NH 2 )=1.3 


j> 


.... 


142 


Cosack 


B., 13, 1089 


38, 713 


j, 


) 







142 


D 


B., 12, 1450 


38, 245 


.... 


= 1.4 


)J 




172 


u 


J) 


M 


j] 





j 


cf. A., 126, 157 


180 


Steiner 


B., 8, 519 


28, 883 


j, 


= 1.2 


tl 




185 


Cosack 


B., 13, 1089 


38, 713 


Nitroso-methyltoluidine 


Me.NMe(NO)=1.2 


j 




Liquid 


Monnet & Nolting 


B., 11, 2278 




" 


=1.4 


n 


.... 


54 


Thomsen 


B., 10, 1584 


34, 218 


Nitroso-dimethylaniline 


NO.NMe 2 =1.4 


j>- 




85-5 


Wurster and Roser 


B., 12, 1823 




.... 








.... 


92 


Baeyer and Caro 


B., 7, 810, 963 


28, 84 


Amidoacetanilide 


NH 2 .NHAc=1.4 





.... 


161 


Nietzki 


B., 17, 344 


46, 1016 


Amidophenylacetamide 


NH 2 .(CH.j.CO.NH 2 )=1.4 





.... 


169-170 


Einhorn 


B., 17, 2014 




p-Amidotoluamide 


(CO.NH 2 ).Me.NH 2 =? 


> 


.... 


115 


Beilstein & Kreuslei 


A., 144, 181 




? 


>.* 


) 


.... 


90 


j 


A., 144, 177 




Dipropionyl dicyanide 


.... 


C 8 H 10 2 N 2 


208 


Liquid 15 


Claisen and Moritz 


37, 695 




i) 


.... 


)) 


210-213 


Liquid 


?> 


B., 13, 2121 


40, 154 


j) 


.... 


)J 


210-212 


59 


Bruyn 


C. C. [1885], 356 


48, 963 


Phenylhydroxyethenylami- 


Ph.CH(OH).C(NH 3 ) nSTOH 


JJ 


.... 


140 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 126 


46,, 734 


doxime 



















) 





..... 


158-159 


Gross 


B., 18, 1075 


48, 898 


? 


Ph.C( : N.OH).CH 2 .NH.OH 


> 




162-163. 


Schramm 


B., 16, 2183 


46, 51 


Phenylhydrazido-acetic acid 


Ph.N 2 H 2 .CH 2 .COOH 





.... 


157 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 535 


Methoxybenzene carbamide 


OMe.(NH.CO.NH 2 ) =1.2 


7> 




146-5 


Mulhauser 


B., 13, 923 ; A, 


38, 642; 42, 














207, 244 


302 


Phenylene dicarbamide 


(NH.CO.NH 2 )j=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


290 


Lellmann 


B., 16, 593 


44,798 


n 


=1.4 







d. w. m. 





1 


r> 


Ethylnitrosoamidophenol .... 


OH.NEt(NO)=1.2 





.... 


121-5 


Ftrster 


J. p. [2], 21, 361 


38, 465 


Nitroethylaniliue 


N0 2 .NHEt=1.4 


5) 




95-95-5 


Weller 


B., 16, 31 


44, 579 


, .... .... 


J 


T) 


.... 


96 


Noltiug and Collin 


B., 17, 267 


46, 1613 


Nitrodimethylaniline 


N0 2 .NMe 2 =1.4 





cf.B.,12,.529 


160 


Schraube 


I. D. Strassburg, 
















1875 




>, 


> 


>T 


.... 


162 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1234 




v 


j) 


n> 


.... 


161-163 


Wurster & Scheibe 


B., 12, 1816, 181S 


38, 107 





>i i 


si 




162 


Wurster 


B., 12, 529 


36, 626 





v 


>^ 




162-163. 


Weber 


B., 8, 714 


28, 1200 





1> 


j 


.... 


163 


Michler & Walder 


B., 14, 2176 




.... 


5J ) 


i 


.... 


163 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 761 


32,603 


D .... 





)i 


.... 


169 


Schraube 


B., 8, 621 




Amidophenylamido-acetic 


NH 2 .[CH(NH 2 ).COOH]=1.3 





.... 


214 


Plochl and Loe 


B., 18, 1181 


48, 899 


acid 
















Nitro-atnidoethylbenzene .... 


Et.NH 2 .NO 2 =? 


a 


.... 


45-47 


Paucksch 


B., 17, 770 


46, 1143 


Nitromethyltoluidine 


Me.NHMe.NO 2 =1.4.5 


)> 




84-85 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1487 


48, 976 


Nitroxylidine 


Me 2 .NO 2 .NH 2 =1.3.5.? 


11 


.... 


69 


Hofmann 


B., 9, 1297 


31, 93 





=1.3.5.6 





.... 


76 


Wroblewsky 


B., 10, 1248 


34, 55 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



485 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitroxylidine 


Me 2 .N0 2 .NH 2 =1.3.5.6 


C 8 H 10 2 N 2 


.... 


76 


Wroblewsky 


A., 207, 94 


40, 433 


j, 


=1.3.4.2 


j> 




78 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2422 


48, 145 


.... 


=1.4.(?) 2 







96 


Fittig and Ahrens 


A., 147, 22 


vi., 1131 


.... 


=1.3.4.6 


i> 


.... 


123 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2422 


48, 145 





!> 11 


n 


.... 


123 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 265 


46, 1012 


,, 


11 IT 





.... 


123 


Fittig and Ahrens 


A., 147, 18 


vi., 1131 


.... .... 


= ? 


)> 


MM 


130 


Luhmann 


A., 144, 274 





Nitrosomethylphenyl semi- 


NMePh.N(NO).CO.NH 2 


C 8 H 10 3 N 4 




77 d. 


Fischer 


A., 190, 165 


34,311 


carbazide 
















Pheuylene dicarbamide 


C 6 H 4 (NH.CO.NH 2 ) 2 =1 .2 


J) 


.... 


290 


Lellmann 


B., 16, 593 







=1.3 


)> 


.... 


a. 300 


Warder 


B., 8, 1180 


29, 400 




Caffeine (Them, Methyltheo- 
bromine) 


=1.4 


)) 
)1 


cf. B., 15, 29, 
453 


d. w. m. 
177-8 


Lellmann 
Mulder 


B., 16, 593 

P. A., 43, 175 


i., 707 


NMe.CO.NMe.CH : C.C : N. 
i i 






CO.NMe 














j) 


)) 


1) 


.... 


230-5 


Biedermann 


A. P. [3], 21, 175 


46, 185 


)> 


) 


) 




234-235 


Strecker 


A., 118, 172 




Amidoethylene nitrophenol... 


C 6 H 4 .N0 2 .(O.C 2 H 4 .NH 2 )=1.2 


C S H 10 3 N 3 




72-73 


Widdige 


J. p. [2], 24, 247 


40, 1137 





=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


108-109 





J. p. [2], 24, 254 


40, 1139 


Nitroamidoethoxybenzene .... 


OEt.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.4 


)) 




96-97 


Andreae 


J. p. [2], 21, 327 


38, 466 


Hydroxycaffe'ine 


CgHN 4 Oj.OH 


CsH.AN, 


.... 


a. 345- 


Fischer 


A., 215, 268 


44, 355 


" 


j> 


)) 




abt. 350- 


>j 


B., 14, 640 


40, 614 


Trimethylurie acid 


see B. 17, 1786 





MM 


345- 


j> 


B., 17, 1783 


46, 1309 


? 


C 4 H 3 O.CH.N 2 O 3 .CMe 2 


C 3 H 10 4 N 2 


d. 145-150 


94 


Tonnies and Staub 


B., 17, 853 


46, 1129 


Hydrodinitroazobenzene 


C 8 H 10 N 2 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 8 H 10 4 N 4 


.... 


220 


Lermontoff 


B., 5, 234 


25, 503 


Dinitrodiamidoethoxy ben- 


OEt.(NH 2 ) 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4 (J), 


C 8 H 10 5 N 4 


cf. A., 215, 154 


245 u. c. 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 1448 


34, 867 


zene 
















a-(3-diisonitrozobutyric anhy- 


external anhydride- 


C 8 H I0 7 N 4 


.... 


132-133 d. 


Ceresole & Kockert 


B., 17, 823 


46, 1121 


dride 
















Hydroxyethylene aniline- .... 


Ph.NH.C 2 H 4 .OH 


C 9 H U ON 


280 


Liquid 


Demole 


B., 6, 1025 


27, 77 


Dimethamidophenol 


OH.NMe 2 =1.2 





.... 


45 


Griess 


B., 13, 249 


38, 637 


Ethamidophenol 


OH.NHEt=1.2 


1) 


.... 


167-5 


Foster 


J. p. [2], 21, 356 


38, 464 


Amidophenetoil 


OEt.NH 2 =1.2 


)J 


228 


Liquid 


Groll 


J. p. [2], 14, 207 


29, 247 


>j "- 


J> i 


)J 


329 (756) 


L. 21 


Foster 


J. p. [2], 21, 344 


38, 464 


,, .... 


=1.3 


J) 


180-205(100) 


Liquid 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 32, 70 


48, 1212 


> " 


i =1-4 


)I 


253 


... 


Hallock 


B., 14, 37 


40, 595 


Hydroxy ethey lene amidoben- 


NH 2 .(C 2 H < .OH)=1.2 


' 


.... 


89-90 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 241 


40, 1138 


zene 
















Anisamine 


OMe.(CH,.NH s )=1.4 





cf. A., 117, 240 


a. 100 


Cannizzaro 


C. R, 50, 1100 


i., 297 


Methylanisidine- 


OMe.NHMe=1.2 


J 


218-220, 


.... 


Miilhauser 


A., 207, 247 


42, 302 


Methoxytoluidine 


Me.OMe.NH 2 =1.2.3 


n 


223 


Liquid 


Hofmann & Miller 


B., 14, 570 


40, 593 


.... 


=1.4.5 


>i 


.... 


36-38 





B., 14, 573 


IT 





=1.4.6 


>j 


cf.A.,215,.89 


47 


Knecht 


B., 15, 1072 


42, 969 


n 


=1.2.5 


JS 


.... 


52-53 


Hofmann & Miller 


B., 14, 571 


40, 593 


Amidoxylenol 


Me 2 .OH.NH s =1.3.(?) 2 


) 


.... 


161 


Pfaff 


B., 16, 1137 


44, 918 


.... 


=1.4.2.5 





d. 180- 


scales 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 570 


48, 775 












Schmid 






Methylpseudolutidostyril .... 



CMe.CH.CMe.NMe.eO.GH 

i i 


w 

n 


292. 

292 


abt. 70- 
90-92 


Hantzsch 

j) 


B., 17, 1028 
B., 17, 2906, 2907 


46, 1045 
48, 398 


>' 


Acetyldimethylpyrroline .... 


C 4 H 2 Me 2 1 NAc 







L. 20 


Weidel & Ciamician 


B., 13, 79 


38, 404 


Anhydrodiacety lacetamidil. . . 


CMe : N.CMe : CH.CO.NH. 

i 


C 8 H n ON, 


.... 


185 


Pinner 


B., 17, 174 


46, 723 


CMe:.N 


Methylphenyl semicarbazide 


NMePh.NH.CO.NH 2 





.... 


133 


Fischer 


A., 190, 164 


34, 311 


Hydroxyethylene amido- 


NH 2 .(O.C 2 H 4 .OH)=1.2 


C 8 H 11 2 N 


.... 


89-90 


Wagner 


J, p. [2], 28,. 199 


46, 436 


pheuol 
















Amidodimethyl quinol 


(OMe) 2 .NH 2 =1.4.5 


)) 


270 p.d. 


74-75 


Magatti 


B., 14, 71 


40, 595 


11 11 


JJ 







80 





G. I. [1881], 353 


42, 175 


n 11 





; 




81 


Miilhauser 


A., 207, 254 


42, 303 








)i 


.... 


81-82 


Bassler 


B., 17, 2120 


48, 1329 



436 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


I 


C 4 H 3 O.C(NH 2 ).CMe 2 .O 


C 8 H U 2 N 


215-220 d. 


Liquid 


Tonnies and Staub 


B., 17, 857 


46, ] 130 




i " i 














Nitrodiamidoxylene 


M e2 ,(NH 2 ) 2 .N0 2 =1.3.(?) 3 


C 8 H n 2 N 3 


.... 


212-213 


Fittig and Velguth 


A., 148, 7 













.... 


215 


Bussenius and 


A., 113, 160 


iv., 382 












Eisenstuck 






Arnidocaffe'ine 


C 9 H,NA.NH S 


C 8 H n 2 N 6 


.... 


a. 360 


Fischer 


A., 215, 265 


44, 355 


Ethylic methylacetocyanace- 


CMeAc(CN).COOEt 


C^.AN 


90-95(15-20) 


Liquid 


Held 


C. R., 98, 522 


46, 728 


tate 
















Triacetylforamidil 


.... 


C 8 H n 3 N s 


>.** 


224 


Pinner 


B., 17, 172 


46, 723 


Diethylic cyanoraalonate .... 


CN.CH(COOEt) 2 


C 8 H n 4 N 


120-130 (25) 


Liquid 


Haller 


C. R., 95, 142 


42, 1189 


Urethaue furfurol 


C 4 H 3 O.CH(NH.COOEt) 2 


N 




169 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1081 


28, 146 


Diethylic oxaloxamate 


NH(CO.COOEt) 2 


C 8 H n O 6 N 




67 


Salomon 


J. p. [2], 9, 295 


27, 791 


? 


C 8 H n N 2 .OH 


C 8 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


150 


Riess and Meyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 112 


48, 646 


Diallyloxamide 


(CH 2 :CH.CH 2 .NHCO) 2 


C 8 H 12 2 N 2 


274 d. 


154 


Wallach & Strieker 


B., 13, 513 


38, 547 


Amidopheuylurethane 


NH 2 .(NH.COOEt)=1.2 





.... 


86 


Rudolph 


B., 12, 1295 




Diethylbarbituric acid 


NH.CO.NH.CO.CEt-CO 
i i 


C 8 H 12 3 N 2 




182 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 2849 


44, 314 


Phenylguanylguanidine ni- 


NH:C(NHPh).NH.C(NH 2 ) 


C 8 H 12 3 N 6 


+HNO 3 


208-209 


Bamberger 


B., 13, 1583 


40, 44 


trate 


:NH 














Nitrodehydropiperylurethane 


C 5 H,(NO 2 )N.COOEt 


C 8 H 12 4 N 2 




51-5 


Schotten 


B., 16, 644 


44, 814 


Trimethylic cyanurate difor- 


C AN 3 Me 3 + NH(CHO) 2 


C 8 H 12 5 N 4 


168 (24) 


163 


Gautier 


C. R., 67, 804 


vi., 529 


mamide 
















Ethylic nitrotartrate 


CO 2 Et.(CH.O.NO.,) 2 .C0 2 Et 


C 8 H 12 10 N 2 


.... 


45-46 


Henry 


Z. C.,13,692;B., 
















3,533 




? 


basic 


C 8 H I3 ON 


175-180 


Liquid 


Canzoneri and Spica 


G. I., 14, 341 


48, 747 


From aldolammonia .... 





M 


160 (20) 




Wurtz 


C. R., 88, 940 


36, 704 


Ethylic acetyl-/S-imidobutyr- 


NAcICMe.CH 2 .COOEt 


C 8 H 13 2 N 


225 


64-65 


Canzoneri and Spica 


G. L, 14, 491 


48, 750 


ate 
















Mesityloxidehydrocyanicacid 


.... 


C 8 H 13 3 N 


.... 


171 


Simpson 


A., 148, 354 




a 







.... 


174 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1074 


40, 796 


Ethylic acetamido-a-crotoiiate 


NHAc.CMe : CH.COOEt 


,, 


231 


63 


Collie 


A, 226, 294 


48, 374 


Acetylacecaffe'ine 


.... 


C 3 H 13 3 N 3 




106-107 


Fischer 


A., 215, 299 


44, 356 


Diethylic amidomaleate 


CO 2 Et.CH : C(NH 2 ).CO 2 Et 


C 8 H 13 4 N 


.... 


100 


Claus and Voeller 


B., 14, 151 


40, 254 


Tropic acid 


CTT ~VT/ f^/"W~\TT \ 
c-LJ.ii.LN \\~s\J\Jfija 


,. 




220 d. 


Merling 


A., 216, 351 






>i 








.... 


d. 220-240 


Merling 


B., 15, 292 




Diethylfumarainide 


C 2 H 2 : (CO.NHEt), 


C 8 H 14 2 N 2 


Ml 


182-183 


Wallach and 


B., 14, 170 


40, 285 












Kamenski 






Mesitylamide.... 








222 


Pinner 


B., 15, 577 


42, 941 


Hydroxycaprylonitril 


C 6 H 13 .CH(OH).CN 


C 8 H" a ON 


I 


L. 16 


Erlenmeyer and 


A., 177, 106 


28, 1011 












Sigel 






Vinyl diacetonamine 


.... 


H 


199-200 


Liquid 


Heintz 


A., 189, 214; 178, 


32, 878 














326; 191, 122 




Diallyethylalkamiue 


cf. B. 14, 1879 





197 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


C. R., 93, 338 


40, 1158 


Pelletierine .... 


.... 





180 


Liquid 


Tanret 


C. R., 86, 1270 


34,740 






.... 





195 


Liquid 





C. R., 90, 697; 


38, 481 


" 














B. S., 32, 464, 
















466; 36, 256 




Pseudopelletierine 


cf. C 9 H 15 ON 





246 


Liquid 











Oxyconicei'ne .... 







210-220 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 18, 125 


48, 563 




Metatropine .... 


.... 





238 


L. 30 


Ladenburg 


A., 217, 127 








... 


,, 


237-239 


L. 30 


Ladenburg 


B., 14, 229 


40, 263 




Tropiue 


.... 





229 


... 





B., 13, 1552 


40,57 




.... 


u 


229 


.... 





A., 206, 294 


40, 447 


' 








9-)Q 






B., 13, 608 


38, 674 





.... 


" 


IMnP 


60-61 


Pesci 


G. I, 1881, 538 


42, 740 




.... 


,, 


... 


61-2 


Kraut 


A., 133, 87 


v., 896 


" 











62 


Ladenburg & Roth 


B., 17, 151 


46, 761 


" 





.... 


n 




63 


Schmidt 


B., 13, 372 


38, 482 


Pseudotropine 


.... 


n 


241-243 


.... 


Ladenburg 


B., 13, 1552 


40,57 


>- 


.... 





241-243 


106 


Ladeuburg & Roth 


A., 17, 151 


46, 761 


,, .... 


.... 




241 




Ladenburg 


B., 206, 304 


40, 447 


Ethylic imidoethylidiuethyl- 


NH : CH.CH^CHEt.COOEt 


C 8 H,AN 




59-5 


Geuther 


J. [1863], 324; 


vi., 601 


acetate 












Z.C. [1871], 247 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



487 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diisobutyramide 


NH(CO.CHMe 2 ) 2 


C 8 H 15 2 N 


.... 


174 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 982 


42, 950 


Piperyl urethane 


C 5 H 10 N.COOEt 





211 


Liquid 


Schotten 


B., 15, 425 


42, 983 


Triethoxyacetonitril 


(EtO) 3 C.CN 


C 3 H 16 3 N 


159-161-5 




Bauer 


A., 229, 163 


48, 1121 


Ethylic diethyloxamate 


CO(NEt 2 ).COOEt 





250-254 


cf. B., 3, 776 


Hofmann 


Z. C. [2], 7, 38 


24, 263 











253-254 


.... 


Wallach 


B., 14, 741 


40, 717 


,, )! 








260 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


C. R, 52, 902 


iv., 281 


Diethylic oxytetramate 


C 4 H 3 O(OEt) 2 .NH s 





.... 


68-69 


Demarcay 


B. S. [2], 33, 575 


40, 255 


Suberamic acid 


.... 





.... 


170 




Z. C. [1865], 300 




Base fr. crotonaldehyde 


.... 


C S H 16 ON 2 


200 (i. v.) 


.... 


Combes 


C. R., 96, 1862 


44, 1079 








150-160 




AV"ertheim 


A., 123 157; 130 








" 








269 




Triethyloxamide 


NHEt.CO.CO.NEt 2 


C 9 H 16 S 2 


257-259 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 741 


40, 718 


Dipropyloxamide 


C 2 O 2 : N 2 H 2 Pr a 





.... 


110 


Duvillier & Bensine 


C. R, 89, 48 


36, 912 











.... 


162 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 13, 516 ; 14, 


40, 572 














422 




Dimethyladipamide 


NHMe.CO.(CH,) 4 .CO.NHMe 


B 


.... 


151-153 


Henry 


C. R, 100, 943 


48, 887 


Isopropyl isobutyryl carba- 


NHPw3.CO.NH.CHMe 2 





.... 


86 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 756 


42, 1053 


mide 
















Propylbutyryl carbamide .... 


NHPr.CO.NH.CO.CH 2 Et 


n 


.... 


99 





B., 15, 757 




Diethylic diamidosucciuate .... 


COOEt.(CH.NH 2 ) 2 .COOEt 


C 8 H 16 4 N 2 




122 . c. 


Glaus & Helpensteii 


B., 14, 624 


40, 578 


i, 










122 


Glaus 


B., 15, 1849 




Ethylidene urethane 


CH 3 .CH(NH.COOEt) 2 





.... 


125 u. c. 


Schmid 


J. p. [2], 24, 124 




j> 








182 d. 


126 


Nencki 


B., 7, 160 


27, 458 




C.H 16 .CO.NHj 


C 8 H, ON 




94 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 983 


42 950 
























a. 200 d. 


110 


Felletar 


Zf! F21 4 fifi 1 ! 


vi., 395 














. vy. [_^J, ^, \J\JiJ 




Capronimido-ether 


C 5 H n .C(OEt) : NH 


it 


168 


Liquid 


Pinner 


B., 17, 178 


46, 723 


Vinyldiacetonalkamine 


CMe 2 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 Me. 





.... 


123 


Fischer 


B., 17, 1794 


46, 1291 




NH 
















j 














Piperpropylalkine 


C 6 H 10 1 N.C 3 H 6 .OH 





194 


Liquid 


Ladenburg 


B., 14, 1880, 2406 




.... 








194 


.... 


Laun 


B., 17, 680 


46, 1054 


Conhydrin 


C 8 H 16 : NH 





b. 100 (?) 


.... 


Wertheim 


W. A., 22, 113 


ii., 1 








ae.V'i /79M 


1 9fi 




WA 4fi 9QQ 


vi d&R 







11 


'>> U ^ t Zi\JJ 


l/\J 





. . >., t'>, _.'.' 


VA. j *OO 








99R 


19(1 


TT f 


Bl PI 9^1 r \ 










tMBnt 


4\J 


-tioimann 


., ' '. >!> 




(cf. J. [1863], 435) 








224-5 (719-8) 


120-6 


Wertheim 


A., 100, 328 




Ethylic diethamidoacetate .... 


NEt 2 .CH 2 .COOEt 


C 8 H 17 2 N 


177 c. 


Liquid 10 


Kraut 


A., 182, 176 


30, 625 


Ethylic isoamylcarbamate .... 


CjHu.NH.COOEt 





218 


Liquid 


Custer 


B., 12, 1329 




Triethylglycocine .... (cf. J. 


NEt 3 .CH a .CO.O 


H 


210-230 d. 


A., 182, 175 


Briihl 


A., 177, 215 






1 1 














[1862], 333) 
















Octylic nitrite 


CH 3 .(CH.j) 7 .O.NO 





175-177 


Liquid 


Eichler 


B., 12, 1887 


38, 229 


Nitrooctane .... 


C H NO 




OAK 91 n 


T ' 




B19 1Hft1 






V ** i i7- wv '> 


D 


j&uJ 1 _ 


JjiquiQ 


1) 


. j 1 j 1OOO 


|) 


Hydroxycaprylamide 


C 6 H 13 .CH(OH).CO.NH 2 





.... 


150 


Erlenmeyer & Sigel 


B., 7, 1108 


28, 144 











.... 


150 





A., 177, 108 


28, 1012 


Diethamido-a-butyric acid 


CH 2 Me.CH(NEt,,).COOH 





.... 


135 


Duvillier 


C. R, 100, 860 


48, 750 


Piperpropylglycoline 


HO.CH 2 .CH(OH).CH 2 .N : 





223-227(195) 


Cryst. 


Roth 


B., 15, 1150 


42, 1195 


Nitrosodibutylamine 


N(C 4 H,) 2 .NO 


C 8 H 19 ON 2 


234-237 c. 




Meyer and Forster 


B., 10, 132 




Nitrosodiisobutylamine 








213-216 


b. 


Ladenburg 


B., 12, 949 


36, 704 


a-ethylene diethyldicarba- 


.... 


C 8 H 19 OjN 4 


of.A.,119,356 


124 p. d. 


Volhard 


P. R, 11, 268 


ii., 5G5 


mide 
















ft- !) 


.... 





J) 


201 


H 








Guanoline 


.... 


C 8 H 18 4 N 6 


.... 


114-115 


Nencki 


B., 7, 1590 


28, 755 


+H 2 O 


.... 





*..i 


100 


!, 








Hydroxypropylamylamine .... 


C s H n .NH.C 3 H,.OH 


C 9 H 19 ON 


200 


0+ 


Lieberraann & Paal 


B., 16, 533 


44, 910 


Trinitro-umbelliferone 


HO.C 6 (NO 2 ) 3 .CH : CH.CO.O 


C 9 H 3 9 N, 


.... 


216 


Posen 


B., 14, 2747 


42, 839 




i i 














Quinoline quinone 


N ; O,= l ; 1.4 


C 9 H 6 2 N 


.... 


d. 110-120 


Fischer and Renouf 


B., 17, 1644 


46, 1371 


Quinisatin .... 


v. B. 16 2221 


P XT n xr 




OKK G)Cf) 


T> B TT 11 


Ri 9991 


48 7Q 






L/ 9 l 6 U 3 iN 


MM 


ZOO ZOU 


.Kaeyer oc xlomoiKa 


, H>, JU^IiUi 


*VJ, 1 ij 


Nitrophenylpropiolic acid ... 


NO 2 .(C:C.COOH)=1.2 


C 9 H S 4 N 


.... 


155-156 d. 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2258 


40, 275 


11 


.. ,. 





.... 


157 d. 


Muller 


A., 212, 142 


42,844 


- 


= 1.4 





.... 


181 d. 


Miiller 


A., 212, 139 


42, 843 


- 





., 


.... 


198 d. 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 155 


42, 846 



488 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrocoumarin 


.... 


C 9 H 5 O 4 N 


.... 


170 


Bleibtreu 


A., 59, 190 


"., 94 


/3-dinitroquinoline .... 


.... 


C 9 H S 4 N 3 


.... 


133-134 u. c 


Glaus and Kramer 


B., 18, 1248 


48, 908 


- ... ... 


N ; (NCg^a, ; a,/3 s 


> 


.... 


149-150 


Coste 


B., 15, 561 


42, 979 


- .. 


...* 







182-183 u. c 


Glaus and Kramer 


B., 18, 1246 


48, 908 


Pyridiue tetracarboxyJic acid 


N.(COOH) 4 =1.2.3.4.6 


C 9 H 6 8 N 


.... 


227 d. 


Fischer and Ta'uber 


B., 17, 2927 


48, 400 





ii 


. 


+2H 3 


187 














> ? 


1) 





1884- 


Michael 


A., 225, 142; 


48, 62 














B., 17, 491 




m-Toluylene isocyanate 


C,H 3 Me(N:CO), 


C 9 H 6 2 N 2 


.... 


95 


Lussy 


B., 8, 291 


28, 770 


Nitroquinoline 


N.N0 2 =a,/3 2 ! 





.... 


72 


Glaus and Kramer 


B., 18, 1246 


48, 908 


M .... ... 


i) i ; i 


I) 




88'5 c. 


Schultz 


B., 17, 478 




.... 


)> 


J) 


.... 


88 ; sf, 68 


Konigs 


B., 12, 450 




.... 


J> 


)> 


.... 


88-89 





B., 14, 99 







.J -H 


1J 




89 


Coste 


B., 16, 674 




,, 


=a, ; fa or Oj 





.... 


120-123 


Coste and Bodewig 


B., 17, 928 


46, 1197 


M .... 


i) = a i ; ft 


M 




149 u. c. 


Glaus and Kramer 


B., 18, 1250 


48, 908 


,, .... .... 


i 


11 


.... 


149-150 


Coste 


B., 16, 669 


44, 811 


V 


=a, ; 2 or /3, 


)J 




185-186 


Coste and Bodewig 


B., 17, 928 


46, 1197 


Phenylparabanic acid 


CO.NPh.CO.NH.CO 
i i 


C 9 H 6 8 N 2 


.. 


208 


Stojentin 


J. p., 32, 1 


48, 1196 


Phthalureiide 


C 6 H 4 : (CO.NH) 2 ; CO=1.2 






d. 185-190 


Piutti 


A., 214, 23 








n 












Hydroxycinuoline carboxylic 


N : N.C 6 H 4 .C(OH) : C.COOH 







260-265 


Richter 


B., 16, 680 


44, 1105 


j 


1 1 














acid 


=1.2 














/3-nitro-carbostyril 


.... 


) 




260 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1139 












Lazarus 






y- i. . 


.... 


j 


iftt 


280 


j) 





i) 


- ,) ,1 


.... 


jj 


.... 


nf. 320 


j 


91 





Nitroso-y-hydroxycarbostyril 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C(N.OH)C(OH):N 


> 


.... 


208 d. 


Baeyer & Homolka 


B., 16, 2217 


46, 78 




















=1.2 














>' 


)> 


) 


.. 


208 





B., 17, 985 


46, 1029 


Nitrohydroxyquinoline 


N.; OH=n, ; & 


?5 


.... 


139-14& 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 552 


44, 94 


.... 


- 


)) 


.... 


140-141 





M. C., 4, 695 


46,87 





,, =5i ; ^i or a s 


) 




255 n. c.; p. d. 





M. C., 3, 564 


44, 94 


(0 .... 


.... 


) 


.... 


m.a. 300 


Weidel & Hazura 


M. C., 3, 774 




Nitropolyporic acid 


.... 


C 9 H 6 4 N (?) 




230 


Stahlschmidt 


A., 195, 365 


36, 383 


p-Nitrophenyl nitre-acrylic 


.... 


C 9 H 6 6 N S 


cf. B., 16, 850 


196-197 


Friedlander and 


B., 14, 2577; 


42, 402 


acid 










Mahly 


A., 229, 210 




Acetoxycyanobenzene 


C 6 H 4 .CN.OAc=1.4 


C 9 H 7 ON 


265-266 


57 


Lach 


B., 17, 1572 


46, 1154 


Hydroxyquinoline 


N ; OH=a,, ; a, 


)> 


257-260 (748) 


69-70 u. c. 


Weidel and Cobenzl 


W. A., 82, 986 


40, 743 


j 


Jl J 


J 


258-2 (752) 


73-74 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 536 


44, 92 


n 


? 


>J 


.... 


75 


Wurtz 


C. R., 96, 1269 


44,923 


i .... 


)' )> 


) 


258 


75 


Skraup 


B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


t 


)) 4 


5 


cf. B., 15, 683 


75 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 443, 1366 


40, 613 


M 





)) 


.... 


75-76 


Fischer 


B., 15, 1979 


44,91 


) 


- > 


5 


.... 


75-76 





B., 16, 712 


44, 1146 


)T .... 


: ^ a i ; & 


)J 


.... 


190 


Skraup 


B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


.... .... 


- . 


)? 


310-320 


191-192 


Weidel 


M. C., 2, 575 


42, 227 


It .... .... 


. 


n 


.... 


193 


Happ 


B., 17, 193 


46, 758 


t .... ... 


? 


)) 


a. 360 


193 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 545 


44,913 


J* 


) 


) 


.... 


194 





M. C., 4, 695 


46, 87 


n 


=aj ; ^ or a 2 


J 




224-228 


Riemerschmid 


B., 16, 722 


44, 1147 


M .-.. 


> > 





.... 


230 


Fischer 


B., 15, 1979 


44,91 


j> 





)> 


.... 


235-238 p. d. 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 559 


44, 95 


M >... .... 


)> M 


)) 




238 





B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


(carbostyril) 


N.OH 5=0,13, ; 


JJ 


.... 


196 


Tiemann and Op- 


B., 13, 2070 


40, 171 












permann 






' 


) J 


)J 


.... 


198-199 


Friedlander and 


B., 14, 1916 


42, 201 












Ostermeier 






i 


) )J 


)1 


.... 


198-199 


Einhorn 


B., 17, 2012 


46, 1338 


Kynurine 


.... 


> 


a. 300 d. 


201 


Kretscby 


M. C., 2, 68 


40, 828 


+3H 2 


> 


J? 




52 








* 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



489 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Benzylcyanide carboxylic 


(COOH).(CH 2 .CN)=1.2 


C 9 H 7 O 2 N 


.... 


116 


Wisliceiius 


B., 18, 172 


48, 532 


acid 
















Amidophenylpropiolic acid.... 


NH 2 .(C;C.COOH)=1.2 


i 


cf.B.,16,679 


128-130 d. 


Baeyer and Bloem 


B., 15, 2148 




Methylphthalimide 


C 6 H 4 .COO.C:NMe=1.2 


I) 


abt. 277 


132 


Grtebe and Pictet 


B., 17, 1174 


46, 1019 




L 1 














Phenylmetliylacetoxinie car- 


C 6 H 4 .COO.N:CMe=1.2 





.... 


157-159 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 1995 


44, 1128 




i i 














boxyhc anhydride 


















C 6 H 4 .CO,C(OMe) :N=1.2 






100-102 


Baeyer and CEconi- 


B., 15, 2094 


44, 201 






Ji 






















midea 






11 


=1.4 


) 




187 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2266 


46, 48 


Methylpseudisatin 


.... 


)) 




134 


Fischer and Hess 


B., 17, 565 


46, 1181 


Amidocoumarin 


C 6 H 3 (NH n ).CH:CH.COO 







168-170 


Chiozza & Frapolli 


A., 95, 253 


ii, 93 




i " i 
















=1.2 














Dihydroxyquiuoline (hy- 


N.(OH) 2 = ai .?;? 


) 


.... 


189 


Friedlancier and 


B., 15, 2684 


44, 351 


droxycarbostyril) 










Weinberg 






>i 


)* 


JJ 


.... 


190-5 


Friedlander and 


B., 14, 1918 


44, 201 












Ostermeier 






)) !! 


=1.2.3; 





.... 


a. 300 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 2681 


44, 351 












Weinberg 






)1 


=1.2.4 ; 





cf.B.,15,2683 


w. m. 320 


Baeyer and Bloem 


B., 15, 2151 


44, 197 


Nitrocinnamic aldehyde 


N0 2 .(CH:CH.COH)=1.3 


C 9 H 7 O 3 N 


.... 


116 


Kinkelin 


B., 18, 484 


48, 791 





=1.2 





.... 


127 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 16, 2207 


46, 59 


,1 !> 


> 


> 


.... 


127-137-5 


Diehl and Einhoru 


B., 18, 2336 




>! 11 


=1.4 


)) 


.... 


135 


Gohring 


B., 18, 372 


48, 527 


!> 


n )) 


n 


.... 


141-14S 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2337 


48, 1222 


Indoxylic acid 


N.C 6 H 4 .C(OH).CH.COOH 


M 


.... 


122-123 d. 


Baeyer 


B., 14, 1743 


42, 198 




=1.2 














Methylisatoic acid 




"W 




d. 245 


Panastovic 


J. p. [2], 31, 122 


48, 667 


? 




J 


.... 


108 


Bossing 


B., 17, 3002 




Nitrobenzenylazoximeme- 


NO..(C I N.O.CMe : N)=1.3 
i i 


C 9 H 7 3 N 3 




109 


Schopf 


B., 18, 1067 


48, 897 


thenyl 
















Nitrosoindazolacetic acid .... 


cryst. fr. ethylic acetate 


)1 


.... 


123d. 


Fischer and Tafel 


A., 227, 303 


48, 542 


i) 


other solvents 


J 


.... 


96 


>! 


!) 


1 


Nitrocinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.COOH).N0 2 =1.3 


C 9 H 7 4 N 


.... 


196 


Stuart 


.... 


47, 157 


u i 





I) 


cf.B.,11,1782 


196-197 


Schiff 


G. I., 8, 294 


36, 157, 321 


!> !> 





J 


.... 


196-197 


Tiemann and Op- 


B., 13, 2060 


40, 169 












permann 






11 11 


=1.2 


1) 




232 


Beilsteinand Kuhl- 


A., 163, 129 


25, 709 












berg 






1) 11 "" 


,** -> 


) 


.... 


232 


Muller 


A., 212, 122 


42, 841, 845 


11 **" 


JJ 


) 




237 


Tiemann and Op- 


B., 13, 2059 


40, 169 












permann 









)J 





.... 


940. 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2257 


40,274 


' u 


M 


V 


.... 


240-5-241-5 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 830 




), 1, " 


=1.4 


11 


.... 


265 


Beilsteinand Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 489 ; 


vii., 300, 348 ; 












berg 


A., 163, 127 


40, 169 


11 !> 








d. a. 270 


270 


Mitscherlich 


A. C. [3], 4, 73 


i., 987 


,1 11 


> 


51 


.... 


274 ; 276 


Muller 


A., 212, 122 


42,841, 845 


)1 11 


)> 





.... 


$86-286 


Tiemann and Op- 


B., 13, 2059 


40, 169 












perm ann 






! 11 





M 


.... 


286 


Stuart 


.... 


43, 407 


> 11 


) 


)) 


.... 


288 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 151 


43, 408 


/3-laetone of nitrophenyllactic 


N0 2 . (CH.CH 2 .CO.O)=1.4 





.;.. 


91-9 


Easier 


B., 16, 3004 


46, 604 




I 1 














acid 
















/3- )1 1! 


=1.3 





.... 


98 


Prausnitz 


B., 17, 597 


46, 1175 


o-nitrophenylhydroxyacrylic 


.... 


C 9 H 7 5 N 


.... 


nod. 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2262 


40, 276 


acid 
















Acetylic nitrobenzoate 


COOAc.NO 2 =1.3 


i) 


.... 


130-132 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 863 


32, 617 


Nitrobenzoylacetic acid 


NO 2 .(CO.CH 2 .COOH)=1.4 


! 


.... 


135 d. 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 17, 326 


46, 1024 


Carbostyrilic acid 


CO 2 H.(NH.CO.CO 2 H)=1.2 


11 


+H 2 


WOd. 


FriedLander and 


B., 15, 332 














Ostermeier 







3 R 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Carbostyrilic acid 


CO 2 H.(NH.CO.CO 2 H)=1.2 


Q,H 7 6 N 


.... 


200 d. 


Hofmann & Konigs 


B., 16, 734 




Kynuric acid , 


.... 


55 


+H 2 


187 


Kretschy 


M. C., 4, 157 




Nitrobenzalmalonic acid 


NO,[.CH : C(COOH) 2 ] = 1.4 


C 9 H 7 6 N 




227 


Stuart 


.... 


43, 407 


n-Nitro-uvitic acid .... ' .; 


(COOH) 2 .Me.NO 2 =1.3.5.2 


) 


cf.A.,189,171 


226-227 


Bottinger 


B., 9, 806 


30, 414 


ft- 


=1.3.5.4 


>J 


cf.A.,189.180 


249-250 





B., 9, 807 


> 


Picolinetricarboxylic acid ... 


N.Me.(COOH) 3 =1.4.2.3.6 


JJ 


.... 


230-232 d. 


Besthorn & Fischer 


B., 16, 71 







;> 


)) 


d.236 


232 


Fischer and Timber 


B. 17, 2926 


48,400 


>j 


j> " 


) 




238 d. 


Michael 


A., 225, 121 


48, 62 


Acetylchrysanissic acid 


COOH.NHAc-CNO,), 


C 9 H 7 7 N 3 




270 d. 


Salkowski 


B., 10, 1696 






=1.4.3.5 














Benzenylazoximethenyl 


N I CPh.N : CMe.O 


C 9 H 3 ON 2 




41 


Tiemann & Ki iiger 


R, 17, 1697 


46, 1326 


Ethenylazoximebenzenyl .... 


N : CMe.N : CPh.O 


)) 


.... 


57 


Nordmaim 


B., 17, 2754 


48, 239 




i i 














Anhydro-acetylamidobenz- 









228 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 31, 124 


48, 661 


amide 
















Carbonyl pyrroline 


CO(NC 4 H 4 ) 2 


)J 


abt. 238 


62-63 


Ciamician and 


B., 18, 415 


48, 809 












Magnaghi 






Pyrroyl pyrroline 


) 





.... 


62-63 


j 


B., 18, 1838 


48, 1143 


Dipyrrylketone (pyrrone) .... 


CO(C 4 H 3 .NH) 2 





.... 


160 


) 


B., 18, 419 


48, 809 


)> 


)5 


1 




160 


i 


B., 18, 1830 




Hydroxytoluquinoxaliue 


C 6 H 3 Me.N:CH.C(OH):N 


)J 




241-242; 247 


Hinsberg 


B., 18, 1232 


48, 910 




i i 














Hydrazine cinnamic anhy- 


C 6 H 4 .CH : CH.CO.N(NH 2 ) 





.... 


127 


Fischer 


B., 14, 480 


40, 598 


dride 


i i 














=1.2 


Amidocarbostyril 


N.OH.NH a -,=0^.0^ ; 





.... 


nf. 320 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1139 












Lazarus 






? 


CHO.NH.NPh.C(NH).CN 


C 9 H 8 ON 4 


.... 


192-5-193-5 


Bladin 


B., 18, 1549 


48, 980 


Phenylhydantoin 


CO.NH.CO.CH 2 .NMe 


9 HAN 2 




191-192 


Schwebel 


B., 10, 2048. 


84, 301 




1 1 














Benzylidene oxamide 


Ph.CH.NH.CO.CO.NH 


)J 




a. 200 d. 


Medicus 


A., 157, 51 


24, 152 




i i 














Cyanamidophenylacetic acid 


(NH.CN).(CH 2 .COOH)=1.4 


) 


.... 


134 


Traube 


B., 15, 2121 


44, 193 


p-Methylnitroso-oxindole .... 


.... 


I 


.... 


225-226 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2268 


46,48 


Indazolacetic acid 


NH.N.C 6 H 4 C.CH 2 .C0 3 H 


) 




168-170 d. 


Fischer and Tafel 


A., 227, 303 


48, 542 




'- ] i 














=1.2 


Anhydroamidooxalyltoluidic 
i 


C 6 H 3 Me.NH.CO.C(OH) : N 


)3 


.... 


a. 300 s. d. 


Hinsberg 


B., 15, 2692 


44, 323 


acid 
Dihydroxytoluquinoxaline .... 


C 6 H 3 Me:[N:C(OH)] 2 : 







nf. 295 


Bladin 


B , 18, 671 


48, 785 


o-nitrophenyl 0-alanine lac- 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH.CH 2 .CO.NH. 


C 9 H 8 3 N 3 


impure 


80 


Einhorn 


B., 16, 2649 


46, 305 


tam 


1 1 
















Ni tro-cinnamide 


NOj-CCH : CH.CO.NH 2 )=1.4 


)J 




155-156 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 27, 452 


i., 989 


Ethoxynitrobenzonitril 


CN.NO 2 .OEt=1.2.6 


) 




137 


Bruyn 


K. T., 2, 205 


48, 656 


Phenylhydrazinemesoxalic 


N 2 HPh : C(COOH) 2 


C 9 H 8 4 N 2 




158-164 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 535 


acid 
















> 





)) 




163-164 


Fischer 


B., 17, 578 


46, 1151 


Nitrophenylnitropropylene 


NO 2 .(CH I CMe.NO 2 )=1.2 


j 




76 


Priebs 


A., 225, 319 


48, 162 





=1.4 


j) 


...t 


114 





)> 





Phthaluric acid 







.... 


d.a. 150 


Piutti 


A., 214, 20 




Nitroamidocinnamic acid .... 


(CH : CH.COOH).N0 2 .NH 2 


Jj 




224-5 


Herzberg 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 662 




=1.3.4 














i) 


!' 


) 




224-5 


Gabriel and Herz- 


B., 16, 2042 


44, 1123 












berg 






i) 


=1.1.2 


I) 


.... 


240 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1139 












Lazarus 




! 





=1.1.2 


j 




254 





D 




i 




)) 


310 p.d. 


111 


Bruyn 


E. T., 2, 205 


48, 657 


Nitrohippuric acid 


NO,. (CO.NH.CH 2 .COjH) 


C 9 H 8 5 N 2 




129 


Jaffe 


B., 7, 1678 


28, 478 




=1.4 














> . 


=1.3 


) 


-... 


abt. 150 


Bertagnini 


A., 78, 103 


Hi., 161 


M jj 


1! 







162 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 254 


32, 485 


Allyloxydinitrobenzene 


(O.C 3 H 5 )(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


J 




46-47 


Willgerodt 


B., 12, 765 


36, 717 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



491 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitro-oxalyltoluidic acid .... 


Me.NO 3 .(NH.CO.CO 2 H) 


C 9 H 8 5 N 2 


.... 


d. w. m. 150 


Hinsberg 


B., 15, 2691 






=1.3.4 














Ethylic dinitrobenzoate 


COOEt.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.3.5 


C 9 H 8 6 N,, 


.... 


90 


Staedel 


B., 14, 902 


40, 725 


J! 


)> J) 


J) 




91 


Beilstein and Kur- 


A., 202, 223 ; B., 


38,471 












batow 


13, 355 




JJ 


JJ )) 


J) 




94 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1485 




Dinitrohydrociimamic acid 


(NO 2 ) 3 .(CH : CH.CO 2 H) 


JJ 


cf.B.,13,1680 


126-5 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 12, 600 


36, 640 




' =1.2.4 








mermann 






Methylic dinitromethylsali- 


CO 2 Me.OMe.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 9 H 8 7 N 2 


.... 


69 


Salkowski 


A., 173, 47 


28,71 


cylate 
















Ethylic dinitrosalicylate 


C0 2 Et.OH.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


JJ 


.... 


98-99 


jj 


A., 173, 49 


j> 


n 


=1.2.3.5 


)J 


.... 


99-100 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1701 


34, 151 


Ethylic dinitrohydroxyben- 


=1.4.3.5 


J) 


.... 


84 


Salkowski 


B., 4, 225 


24, 556 


zoate 
















,! n 


j )j 


)) 


.... 


87 





B., 4, 653 


24, 920 


i) ii 


>j 


)J 




87 


j 


A., 163, 44 


25, 716 


jj 


=1.4.(?) a 


JJ 




b. 100 


Earth 


J. p., 100, 366 


vi., 901 


Dhiitrohydro-p-coumaric 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .C0 2 H) 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 2 


JJ 


.... 


137-5 


Stehr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


acid 


=1.4.3.5 














Dinitrohydrocoumaric acid 


=1.2.(?) 2 
C C H 5 .CH : CH.CO.NH 2 


JJ 

C 9 H 9 ON 




155 
141-5 


Zwenger 
Rossum 


As., 5, 118 
Z. C. fal 2, 362 


vi., 716 
vi., 471 


Phenyllactimide 


Ph.CH 2 .CH.NH.CO(?) 


jj 




146-147 


Posen 


L JJ y 

A., 200, 97 


38, 322 


)j .... .... 


Ph.CH.NH.CO.CH 2 (?) 


jj 


.... 


280 


Schulze & Barbieri 


J. p. [2], 27, 337 


44, 1122 


,, 


)) 


j 




290 


Erlenmeyer & Lipp 


A., 219, 179 


44, 993 


Phenyl a-hydroxypropioni- 


Ph.CH 2 .CH(OH).CN 


j) 


.... 


57 


jj 


jj 


44, 992 


tril 
















Hydrocarbostyril 


C 6 H,.N : C(OH).CH,.CH 2 
i i 


jj 




160 


Buchanan & Glaser 


Z. C. [2], 5, 194 


vi., 715 




=1.2 














JJ .... .... 


55 JJ 


j; 




160 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 13, 1682 


40, 274 












mermann 






,, 


JJ JJ 


5) 




163 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 1424 




Atroxindole .. .... 


C 6 H 4 .CHMe.CO.NH=1.2 




sb. 100 


119 


Weinberg 
Trinius 


A., 227, 262 


48, 529 


Xylylisocyanate 


Me 2 .(N ; CO)=? 


Jj 
JJ 


abt, 200 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


P. E., 19, 108 ; 


S4, 139 ; vii., 














B., 3, 657 


407 


E thenylamidocresol 


C 6 H 3 Me.O.CMe : N=1.4.5 


)J 


218-219 u.c. 


Liquid 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 361 


46, 901 








(748) 










Fr. Methylphthalimide 




M 


300 


120 


Grsebe and Pictet 


B., 17, 1174 


46, 1019 


1 (cf. B., 18, 669) 


C 7 H 6 .NH.C(NH).C(OH) ; N 


C 9 H 9 ON 3 




nf. 290 


Bladin 


B. S., 42, 104 


48, 257, 785 


1 


JJ 


JJ 


d. 230-240 


nf. 290 


jj 


B., 18, 670 


48, 785 


Phenylnitropropylene 


Ph.CH : CMe.NO 2 


C 9 H 9 2 N 


.... 


64 


Priebs 


B., 16, 2591 ; A., 


46, 313; 48, 














225, 319 


161 


a-Amidocinnamic acid 


Ph.CH : C(NH 2 ).COOH 


jj 




d. 240-250 


Plochl 


B., 17, 1621 


46, 1349 


Benzimidoacetate 


C 6 H 5 .C( :NH).OAc 


jj 


.... 


116 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 9 


34, 492 


Anilido-pyruvic acid 


C 6 H 5 .N : CMe.COOH 





.... 


122 d. 


Bottinger 


A., 188, 336 


34, 33 


,, .... 


J) 


JJ 




122 


jj 


B., 10, 818 


32, 596 


Cinnamhydroxamic acid 


Ph.CH I CH.CO.NH.OH 


JJ 




110 


Eostoski 


A., 178, 214 


29, 273 


Amidociunamic acid 


(C 2 H 2 .COOH).NH 2 =1.2 


JJ 


.... 


158-159 d. 


Tiemaun and Op- 


B., 13, 2061 


40, 169 












permann 






.... 


=1.4 


)) 


.... 


175-176 d. 


jj 


B., 13, 2066 


40, 170 


.... 


=1.3 


JJ 


.... 


180-181 


jj 


B., 13, 2064 


JJ 


Acetamidobenzaldehyde 


COH.NHAc=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


70-71 


Friedlander and 


B., 17, 457 


46, 1020 












Gohring 









JJ JJ 


JJ 


.... 


70-71 


Friedlander 


B., 15, 2575 


44, 332 


,, .... 


=1.4 


11 


.... 


154-5-155 


Gabriel and Herz- 


B., 16, 2004 


44, 1104 












berg 






Ethoxycarbanil 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.CON=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


219 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1159 


Methoxymandelic nitril 


OMe.[CH(OH).CN]=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


71 


Voswinkel 


B., 15, 2025 


44, 190 

O T> O 



492 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Wa tts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methoxymandelic nitril 


OMe.[CH(OH).CN]=1.4 


C 9 H 9 O 2 N 


.... 


63 


Tieraann and 


B., 14, 1976 














Kohler 






Hydroxydihydro-carbosty ril 


C 6 H 4 .CH(OH).CH 2 .C(OH).N 

1 1 


)- 


.... 


149 


Einhorn 


B., 17, 2011, 2013 


46, 1338 




=1.2 














ii 








+ 2H 2 Q 


95-97 


11 





n 





C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CH(OH).CO.NH 


H 


.... 


197-198 


Erlenmeyer and 


A., 219, 179 


44, 993 




i > 
















=1.4 








Lipp 






7 






310 


118 


Bruyn 


R. T., 2, 205 


48, 657 


i 








124 


Nemirowsky 


J. p. [2], 31, 173 


48, 741 


Methylic iaonitrosophenyl- 


Ph.C( : NOH).COOMe 


)l 

C 9 H- 9 O3N 




138-139 


Miiller 


B., 16, 2987 


46, 584 


acetate 


_ 














Benzylic oxamate 


NH 2 .CO.COO.CH 2 Ph 


)I 


.... 


134-135 


Wallach and 


B., 13, 507 


38, 557 












Liebmann 






Hippurie acid 


NHBz.CH 2 .COOH 


)> 


240 


A., 88, 133 


Gossmann 


A., 100, 69 


iii., 157 


,i ii 


1 


IJ 


.... 


186-5 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 24, 239 


40, 1144 


!> 


I) 







187-5 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 246 


34,674 


,, 








.... 


187-5 


Baum 


Z. P. C., 9, 465 


48, 982 


,i 





J 




188-5 


Campani 


G. I., 8, 57 


34, 674 


Malonanilic acid 


Ph.NELCO.CH a .OOOH 





.... 


133d. 


Freund 


B., 17, 136 


46, 729 


11 11 


) 


J) 




132- d. 


Kugheimer 


B., 17, 235 


)> 


11 II 


)J 





.... 


132 


Seifert 


B., 18, 1360 




Nitrophenylethylketone .... 


C 6 H 4 (,NO 2 >.CO.Bt=? 







Liquid 


Barry 


B., 6, 1007 


27, 74 


11 


=? 


)J 


.... 


100 


Morley and Green 


.... 


47, 138 


j) 


=? 


)) 


.... 


100 


Barry 


B., 6, 1007 


27, 74 


Tolyloxamic acid 


Me.(NH.CO.COOH)=1.4 


J) 




168-170 


Klinger 


A., 184, 285 


31, 712 


Acetamidobenzoic acid 


COOH.NHAc=1.2 


)> 


.... 


179 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 2108 














Henriques 






ii 


n 


)J 


.... 


170-180 


Bedson and King 


.... 


37, 754 


11 


M : 





.... 


179-180 


Jackson 


B., 14, 885 


40, 735 


11 


U . 


5) 


.... 


184 ; 185 


Dobner and Miiller 


B., 15, 3077, 3078 




11 


=1.3 


) 


begins 260 


220-230 


Forater 


A., 117,165 


13,235;iv.,291 


ii 


) )Ji 





.... 


238-240 


Aschau 


B., 17, 429 




i) 


=1.4 


*>- 


.... 


250 p. d. 


Hofmann 


B., 9, 1302 


31,90 


Nitrosoacetoxytoluene 


Me.OAc.NO=1.3.? 


) 


.... 


92 


Wurster and Eiedel 


B., 12, 1799 


38, 109 


Quiiiolinic acid 


C 6 H 4 .NH 2 .(CH 3 .CO.COOH) 


)* 


.... 


143 


Dewar 


P. R., 30,. 164 


40, 1043 


Leucolinic acid 





)J 




163 


11 


11 


J 


Acid fr. lepidine 




) 




179-180 


Drewsen 


B., 16, 1955 


44, 1149 


Nitrophenylazoacetone 


NO 2 .(N 2 .CH 2 .COMe)=1.2 


C 9 H 9 J N 3 




123-124 


Bamberger 


B., 17, 2418 


48, 157 


Nitro-nitrosotetrahydro- 


C 9 H 9 N(NO)(N0 2 ) 


n 


.... 


137-138 


Hoffmann and 


B., 16, 730 


44, 1143 


quinoline 










Koniga 






Methylic nitrophenyl acetate 


NO 2 .(CH 2 .COOMe)=1.4 


C 9 H 9 4 N 


.... 


54 


Maxwell 


B., 12, 1765 


38, 120 


11 


11 n 





.... 


54-65 


Bedaon 


.... 


37,91 


Nitrobenzylic acetate 


II ! 







78 


Beilatein and Kuhl- 


A., 147, 341 ; 


v., 336 












berg 


Z. C. [2], 3, 467 




11 ii 


r r> 


1) 




85 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 8, 433 


vi., 285 


Nitrohydrocinnamic acid .... 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H).NO 2 =1.2 







113 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 13, 1681 


40, 274 












mermann 






11 


ii 11 


I 


.... 


113 


Gabriel and Steu- 


B., 15, 847 


42, 1073 












demann 






i, 11 


=1.3 





.... 


117-118 


n 


B., 15, 846 


11 


ii 11 


=1.4 


U 




163-164 


ii 


B., 15, 843 


11 


i) 11 


ii 11 





.... 


163-164 


Beilsteiuaud Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 7, 487 


vii., 348; 25, 












berg 




300 


11 11 


II >! 


JJ 


.... 


163-164 


11 


A., 163, 132 


vi., 961 


Nitrohydratropic acid 


(CHMe.CO 2 H).N0 2 = 1 .4 





.... 


87 


Triuius 


A., 227, 262 


48, 529 


>i 


=1.2 


5 


.... 


110 


11 


ii 


)J 


Ethylic nitrobenzoate 


COOEt.N0 2 =1.2 


)) 




30 


Beilatein and Kuhl- 


A., 163, 137 ; 


vii., 165 ; 26, 












berg 


Z. C., 7, 616 


711 


11 11 


= ? 


)J 


mixture 


37 


Fittica 


B., 10, 483 


32, 483 


>i " 


=? 


)) 


ii 


37-38 


11 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 151 


n 11 


= ? 


, 


11 


38-39 


11 


ii 


36, 152 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



493 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic nitrobeuzoate 


COOEt.N0 2 =13 


C 9 H 9 4 N 


.... 


40-41 


Salkowski 


B., 5, 724 


vil., 947 ; 25, 
1024 


j) j> 


) 





cf. B., 10, 482 


41 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 152, 153 


" "" 





1) 


298 


42 


Chancel 


J., 2, 327 


i., 556 


) " 


)) 


J> 


.... 


43 


Schiaparelli and 


G. I., 13, 257 


46, 174 












Abelli 






,) 


)> > 


I> 


296 


47 


Kichter 


E. K. T., 220- 




;j- [is"], 


=H4 


)> 




57. 


Wilbrand and 


A., 128, 262 


iv., 61 


736) 










Beilstein 






11 


11 11 


n 


.... 


57'5 


Staedel 


A., 217, 211, 212 




Ethylic nitrosophenolcar- 


C 6 H 4 (NO).(O.C0 2 Et)= ? . 





.... 


109 


Walker 


B., 17, 400 


46, 1003 


boxylate 
















Nitrophenyllactic aldehyde 


NO,,[CH(OH).CH,,COH] 


j) 


.... 


d. 100 


Gohring 


B., 18, 720 


48, 792 




=1.3 














Salicyluric acid 


HO.C^O.O.CyH.O.NHj 





.... 


160 


Bertagnini 


A., 97, 251 


v.,172 

-j 


p-hydroxybenzuric acid 




jj 


.... 


228 d. 


.... 


Z. P. C., 7, 29 




Methylene dioxyphenylamid- 


CH 2 :0 2 :C 6 H 3 .CH(NH S ). 





.... 


210 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 794 


40, 729 


acetic acid 


C0 2 H 














Nitroethylbenzoic acid 


CGOH.Et.NO 2 =1.4.? 


ji 


cf. A., 216, 220 


155-156 


Aschenbrandt 


B., 12, 1304 


36, 920 


Nitroxylylic acid 


(CH 2 .C0 2 H).Me.N0 2 =1.4.? 


jj 


.... 


195 


.... 


Z. C. [1867], 13 




Acetamidosalicylic acid 


COOH.OH.NHAc=1.2.5 





.... 


218 


Hubner 


B., 8, 1215 


29, 594 


i) " 


- J> 


)) 




218 


11 


A., 195, 19i 


36, 381 


a-Nitromesftylenic acid 


COOH.Me 2 .NO 2 =al.3.5.6 


. 


.... 


210-212 


Schmitz 


A., 193, 16S-. 


36, 155 





=1.3.5.? 





.... 


218 


Fittig 


.... 


vi., 823 


ft- , ii 


=1.3.5.4 


)i 


ppd. fr. Ba. 


179 


Jacobsen 


B., 11, 2054., 


36, 248 








salt 










ft- 


I) - 


M - 


cryst. fr. 


223 


n 


J> 


J5 








C 2 H 6 










ft- ,1 


) 





ppd. fr. Ba. 


175 


Schmitz 


A., 193, 168 


36, 156 








salt 










ft- ,, I) 


n ) 


) 


cryst. fr. 


214-220;rs. 


11 


) 


> 








C 2 H 6 O 


162 ; and 
















remeltsl68 








a-Amido-uvitic acid 


Me.(C0 2 H) 2 .NH 2 =1.3.5.6 


J) 


cf. A., 189, 176 


240 d. 


Bottinger 


B., 9, 807 


80,415 


ft- ,1 11 


=1.3.5.4 





cf. A., 189, 181 


255 d. 


11 


B., 9, 808 


)) 


Lutidinedicarboxylic acid ... 


C 5 HNMe 2 (COOH)j 


n 


.... 


245 


Michael 


A., 225, 121. 


48, 62 


Nitrophenyl /3-lactic acid .. 


N0 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .C0 2 H] 


C 9 H 9 6 N 


.... 


105 


Prausnitz 


B., 17, 598 


46, 1175 




=1.3 


)) 















=1.2 


) 


.... 


126 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 16, 2206 


46, 58 


>i 


) J) 


)> 


.... 


126 


Einhorn 


B., 16, 2214 


46, 66 


1, I) 11 





>J 


.... 


127 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 15, 2861 


44,341 


I, 1) II 


=1.4 


M 


.... 


129-131 


Easier 


B., 16, 3005 


46, 604 


), II II 


I) 


TJ 


.... 


130-132 


11 


B., 16, 3006 


n 


II II 11 


)> 


JJ 


.... 


132 


Gohring 


B., 18, 373 


48, 527 


Methylic nitranisate 


CO 2 Me.OMe. NO 2 = 1.-4.6 








abt. 100 


Cahours- 


A., 56, 315 


i., 302 


Ethylic nitrohydroxyben- 


CO 2 Et.OH.NO 2 =1.2.3 


- 


.. 


44 


Hiibner 


B., 8, 1216 


29, 593 


zoate 
















ii 11 


=1.2.5 







92-93 


11 


ii 


ii 


11 ii 


) 


J) 




93 


11 


A., 195, 14 


36, 381 


11 'i 


=1.4.? 


) 


.... 


K.IOO 


Earth. 


J. p., 100, 366 


vi., 901 


Nitroethoxybenzoic acid .... 


CO 2 H.OEt.NO 2 =1^.5 





.... 


161-5 


Kraut & Prinzhorn 


A., 150, 4 


vi., 1006 


)! 11 


> 





.... 


163 


Perkin 


A., 145, 312 


^0, 429 ;v., 1009 


Nitrohydro-p-coumaric acid 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H).OH.N0 2 


)V 


.... 


90-5 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


Methoxynitrotoluic acid 


C0 2 H.OMe.Me^r0 2 =1.2.4.? 





... 


172-174 


Canzoneri 


G. I., 10, 516 


40, 269 


ii " 


) 





.... 


173-175 


Patern&& Canzoner 


G. I., 9, 455 


38, 247 


i) 11 


) > 


)) 


.... 


175 


11 


G. I., 10, 233 


38, 884 


Diacetylpyromecazonic acid 


C 5 H 3 NO(OAc) 2 


tl 


.... 


153-155 


Oat 


J.p., 27, 259 


44, 791 


Dinitro-acetoluide 


Me.NHAc.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 9 H 9 6 N 3 




189-5 


Staedel 


A., 217, 187 




11 


11 11 


ii 


.... 


190-5 


Beilstein& Kuhlberg 


A., 158, 341 


vi)., 1178; 84, 

fiQO 


i) 


11 ii 


11 


.... 


195 


Friederici 


B., 11, 1976 


DO^ 



491 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Fr. o-nitro-cinnamic acid 





C 9 H 9 6 N 


.... 


94 


Morgan 


B., 17, 220 


46, 747 


Nitroveratric acid 


COOH.(OMe) 2 .N0 2 =1.3.4.2 


11 


cf. B., 9, 938 


100 d. 


Merck 


A., 108, 59 


v., 995 


)j " 


)J )) 


JJ 




200-202 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 134 


34, 502 


Etbylic dinitrobenzoate 


CO 2 Et.(NO.,) 2 =1.3.5 


C 9 H 9 6 N 2 


.... 


90 


Staedel 


A., 217, 182 


44, 865 


Diiiitrophenylurethane 


(NH.COOEt).(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


C 9 H 9 6 N 3 


.... 


110-111 


Hager 


B., 17, 2029 


48, 150 


jj 


= 


J) 




210 


Losanitsch 


B., 10, 691 




Trinitroisopropylbenzene ... 


Prf.(N0 2 ) 3 =? 


J) 


.... 


109 


Fittig and others 


A., 149, 329 




Dinitroacetaniside 


OMe.NHAc.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


)5 


.... 


147 


Muhlhauser 


B., 13, 922 


38, 641 


jj 


1' J! 


) 


.... 


157 


;j 


A., 207, 243 


42, 302 


Etbylic dinitroamidoben- 


COOEt.NH,.(NO 2 ) 2 =:1.4.3.5 


11 


.... 


abt. 100 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 27, 454 


i., 957 


zoate 
















J M 


>5 -M 


'Jl 


cf. B. 4, 871 


114 


Salkowski 


A., 163, 11 


vii., 336 


11 


=1.2.(?) 2 


JJ 


.... 


135 





A., 173, 47 ; B., 


28, 71 ; vii., 














4, 872 


336 


Dinitro-amidohydrocinnamic 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H).NH 2 .(NO. j ). ! 


1) 


.... 


190 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


acid 


=1.4.3.5 














Trinitroethyltoluene 


Me.Et.(N0 2 ) 3 =? 


JJ 


.... 


92 


Glinzer and Fittig 


A., 136, 314 


v., 857 


j) .... .... 


=1.4.2.3.? 


)J 


.... 


92 


Jannasch & Dieck- 


B., 7, 1515 


28, 1189 












mann 






Trinitropseudocumene 


Me 3 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.4.2.5.6 


JJ 


cf. A., 151, 261 


185 


Fittig 


Z. C. [2], 4, 577 


vi., 296 


>j 


jj jj 


JJ 


.... 


165 


Fittig & Laubinger 


u 


vi., 297 





JJ JJ 


JJ 




185 


Engler 


B., 18, 2235 




Trinitromesitylene 


=1.3.5.2.4.6 


JJ 


.... 


230-232 


Fittig 


A., 141, 134 


vi., 299 


jj 


j' jj 


)) 




232 


u 


Z. C. [2], 4, 577 


vi., 296 


jj .... .... 


j jj 


J 


.... 


532 


Kurbatow 


B., 16, 966 




jj 


jj jj 


JJ 


-.. 


32 


Engler 


B., 18, 2235-7 




Trinitroethoxy toluene 


Me.OEt.(N0 2 ) 3 =1.3.2.4.6 


C 9 H 9 7 N 3 


.... 


72 


Nolting and Salis 


B., 15, 1864 


44,59 


Dinitrotyrosine 


C 9 H 9 (N0 2 ) 2 N 3 


) 




115 


Stadeler 


J. [1860], 576 


v., 934 


Dimethyltrinitro-orcinol .... 


Me.(OMe) 2 .(N0 2 ),=1.3.5. 


C 9 H 9 S N 3 


.... 


69-5 


.fitenhouse 


P. K., 19, 410 


vii., 880 




.. 2.4.6 














Benzene azoaeetone 


Ph.Nj.CH2.CO.Me 


C 9 H I0 ON 2 


.... 


148-149 


Kichter & Miinzer 


B., 17, 1928 


46, 1342 


Isonitrosoanil acetone 


Ph.N:CMe.CH:NQH 





.... 


180 


Knorr 


B., 17, 1637 


46, 1368 


Ethoxyphenylcyauamide .... 


EtO.(NH.CN)=1.2 


JJ 




04 


Berlinerblau 


J. p., 30, 97 


48, 148 


jj 


=1(4 


H 


.... 


78 


) 


jj 





Nitrosohydromethyl ketole.... 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CHM ei N.NO=1.2 


jj 




54-55 


Jackson 


B., 14, 884 


40, 735 




i i 














Aniidohydrocarbostyril 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 : CH 2 .CO.N.NH 2 


j> 


.... 


143 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 441 




i i 














jj .... 


C 6 H 3 (NH 2 ).C 2 H 4 .CO.NH 


>j 




211 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 12, 602 


36, 640 




i i 








mermann 






=1.4.5 


PLenylmethyl oxamide 


NHMe.CO.CO.NHPh 


C 9 H 10 O a N 2 




171-173 


Wallach and West 


B., 9, 266 


30, 185 


jj jj 


JJ 


Jl 




179-181 


Wallach 


A., 184, 70 


32, 187 


Phenylmalonamide 


NH 2 .CO.CH 2 .CO.NHPh 


JJ 


.... 


163 


Freund 


B., 17, 135 


46, 728 


Hippuramide 


Ph.CO.NH.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


JJ 


.... 


183 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 26, 145 


44, 339 


jj .... .... 


J 


->J 




183 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 248 


32, 484 


Acetylphenylcarbamide 


NHPh.CO.NHAc 


JJ 





183 


Kiihu 


B., 17, 2882 


48, 260 


jj 


JJ 


)J 




183 


McCreath 


B., 8, 1181 


29, 401 


Acetylbenzenyl amidoxime... 


NH 2 .CPh : NOAc 


JJ 


... 


96 


Schulz 


B., 18, 1083 


48, 897 


Phenylbydrazinepyroracemic 


Ph.N 2 H : CMe.COOH 


?J 


misprint 


169 p.d. (?) 


Fischer & Jourdan 


B., 16, 2242 


46, 52 


acid 



















J 


Jj 




192 


Fischer 


B., 17, 578 


46, 1151 


Nitrosoacetoluide 


Me.NAc(NO)=1.4 


JJ 




80 d. 





B., 10, 959 


32, C07 


Tolyloxamide 


Me.(NH.CO.COJMH 2 )=1.3 


J- 




131 


Bladin 


B. S., 41, 125 


46, 1142 


jj .... 


=1.4 


JJ 




236-237 


jj 


jj 


46, 1141 


Acetainidobenzamide 


NHAc.(CQ.NHj)=1.2 


JJ 




170-171 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 31, 124 


48, 601 


Acetamidobenzaldoxime 


NHAc,(CHjNOH)=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


205-206 


Herzberg 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 662 


Diamidocinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.CO 2 H).(NH 2 ) 2 


)J 


.... 


167 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2043 


44, 1123 




=1.3.4 














>j jj 


=1.3.5 


)J 


.... 


167-168 


Herzberg 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 662 


Tetrahydronitroso-hydroxy- 


N.OH= ai ; /3, or a 2 


-M 


.... 


solid 


Eiemerschmied 


B., 16, 723 




quinoline 
















11 )! 


=i ; i 


) 


... 


67-68 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 1369 


















1 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



495 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitropropionanilide 


NO 2 .(NH.CO.Et.)=1.2 


C 9 H,AN 2 


.... 


63 


Smith 


A. C. J., 6, 172 


48, 524 


Nitrophenyl dimethyl ace- 


NO 2 .(CMe.NOMe)=1.3 





.. 


63-64 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 3063 


44, 582 


toxime 
















Salycyloxyacetic diamide .... 


(CO.NH 2 ).(O.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ) 


)J 


.... 


158 


Rossing 


B., 17, 2997 


48, 388 




=1.2 














Uramidophenylacetic acid .... 


(NH.CO.NH 2 )(CH 2 .CO 2 H) 







174 d. 


Traube 


B., 15, 2122 


44, 193 




= 1.4 














Amidohippuric acid .... .. 


NH 2 .(CO.NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H) 





A., 78, 112 


192 


Schwanert 


A., 112, 70- 






=13 














,, ,, 


)! 


3> 


.... 


194 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, .257, 


32, 485 


Nitroacetoluide 


Me.NHAc.NO 2 =1.4.5 


51 


.... 


92 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 155^23,^. 


vii., 1166 












berg 


Z. C. [2], 5, - 




,, .... 


n 


)T 




92 


Nblting and Collin 


B., 17,, 264 


46, 1012 


.... 


)i 


3) 


.... 


94-95 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1483 







=1.3.2 


1) 


.... 


101-102 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


Z. C. [2], 7,. 99 ; 


24, 563, 683 ; 












berg 


A., 158, 348 


vii., 1178 


,. .... 


=1.3.6 


)) 


.... 


136 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1402 


48, 974 


,, .... 


=1.2.4 





.... 


150-151 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 268 


46, 1007 


) .... .... 


=1.2.6 


JJ 


.... 


155-5 


Cunerth . 


B., 7, 643;, A., 


27, 903; 28, 














172, 226 


83 


>i .... 


)) !) 


JJ 


.... 


157-5-158 


Ullmann 


B., 17, 1959 


46, 1316 


j, .... 


=1.2.3 


J) 


.... 


158 


Lellmann and 


A., 228, 239 


48, 974 












Wurthner 






> 


= 1.4.6 





.... 


160 


Cunerth 


A., 172, 229 




.... .... 


=1.2.5 





.... 


196-197 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 158, 345 


24, 682 ; vii., 












berg. . 




1178 


Azotolylmethazonic acid 


6 H 4 Me.(N 2 C 2 H il N 2 O 3 )= 1.4 


C 9 H 10 3 N 4 


.... 


154 


Kimich 


B., 10, 143 


32, 326 


Nitrophenylurethane 


N0 2 .(NH.COOEt)=1.2 


C 9 H I0 4 N 2 


.... 


58 


Eudolph . 


B., 12, 1295 


36, 921 





=1.4 


)) 


.... 


129 


Hager 


B., 17, 2625 


48, 149 


Nitrohpenyl |3-anilidopro- 


N0 2 .[CH(NH 2 ).CH 2 .C0 2 H] 


I) 




120-122 


Easier 


B., 17, 1501 


46, 1173 


pionic acid 


=1.4 














Nitrophenyl /3-alanine 


NO 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ] 


)J 


..... 


166-167 





B., 17, 1494 


46, 1172 




=1.4 














:> 

,) !! 


NO 2 .CH.CH 2 .CO.O.NH 3 


5) 
) 


.... 


197. 
220 


Einhom 
Erlenmeyer and 


B., 16, 2646 
A., 219, 179 


46, 304 
44, 993 


J =1.4 
NO 2 .[OH 2 .CH(NH 2 ).CO 2 H] 




=1.4 








Lipp 






Nitroacetaniside 


OMe.NHAc.NO 2 =1.2.? 


>J 




143 


Mulhauser 


A., 207, 242 


42, 302 


Ethylic nitroamidobenzoate 


CO 2 Et.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.3 


)) 


.... 


104 


Hubner 


A., 195, 40 


36, 382 


Methylic nitroamido-a-tol- 


(CH 2 .CO 2 Me).NO 2 .NH 2 


)) 


.... 


94 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 825 


40, 730 


uate 


=1.2.4 














Nitro-amidohydrocinnamic 


(CH 2 .CH 2 .C0 2 H).NO S .NH 2 


J) 


.... 


137-139 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 12, 601 


36, 640 


acid 


=1.2.4 








mermann 






!> )) 


=1.3.4 


)t 


.... 


145 


Gabriel and Steude- 


B., 15, 845 


42, 1073 












mann 






!! II 


>5 


1) 


.... 


145 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 845 


44, 195 


Nitroethamidobenzoic acid .... 


CO 2 H.NHEt.NO 2 =1.3.5 


) 


.... 


208 


Roll wage 


B., 10, 1704 


34, 148 


Dinitroethyltoluene ... 


Me.Et.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 


)> 


.... 


Liquid 


Jannasch and 


B., 7, 1514 














Dieckmann 






.... .... 


)> 





.... 


52 





)) 




Dinitropseudocumene 


Me 3 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3.4.(?) 2 


J) 


isomeric 


86 


Rommier 


B. S. [2], 19, 434 


26, 888 ; vii., 
















402 





j> H 


n 


> 


86 








M 


Dinitromesitylene 


=1.3.5.2.4 





.... 


86 


Fittig 


A., 141, 133 


vi., 299 


Dinitroethoxy toluene 


Me.OEt,(NO 2 ),.=1.2.3.5 


C 9 H I0 5 N 2 


.... 


46 


Nolting and Salis 


B., 15, 987, 1860 


44, 59 





M 


) 


.... 


51 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1133 


42, 1203 


.... 





1J 


cf.A.,217,154 


51 


Staedel 


B., 14, 899 


40, 723 


,, 


. =1.4.3.5 


) 


.... 


73 


Nolting and Salis 


B., 15, 1858 




,, 


ii 


)) 


cf.A.,217,164 


75 


Staedel 


B., 14, 899 


H 





!! )! 


i) 


.... 


75 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1136 


42, 1203 



496 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitropseudocumylic nitrate 
Dinitropseudoeumenol 
Dinitronitrosoethyltoluidine 
Trinitroethyltoluidine 
Dinitrophenylglycerol 
Trimtronitrosotrimethyl di- 
amidobenzene 
Propionanilide 


Me 2 .NO 2 .NO 3 =1.3.4.2.6 
Me 3 .OH.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.3.4.6.2.5 
Me.NEt(NO),(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.3.5 
Me.NHEt.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.4.2.3.5 

[O.C 3 H 5 (OH) 2 ].(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 
NMe 2 .NMe(NO).(NO 2 ) 3 
= 1.3.(?) 3 
C 6 H 5 .NH.CO.CH 2 .CH 3 


U 9 H 10 5 N 2 

c 9 n" o 6 N 4 

i? 

C 9 H 10 7 N 2 
C<,H I0 7 N 6 

CjHnON 


.... 


84 d. 
110 
77-78 
115-116 
83 
132 

02 
105 


Auwers 


Gatterraann 


Willgerodt 
Wurster & Morley 

Sestini 
Kelbe 


B., 17, 2979 
B., 17, 2981 
B., 18, 1486 


B., 12, 766 
B., 12, 1815 

Z. C. [2], 7, 35 ; 
C., 4, 21 
B., 16, 1200 


48, 380 
48, 381 
48, 975 

) 

36, 717 
38, 111 

24, 234; vii., 
1009 
44, 916 


Methy lace tan ilide 

j) 


.... .... 
., .... .... 
Benzylacetamide 

.... .... 

Dimethylbenzamide 
Ethylbenzaldoxime , 
Amidophenylethylketone .... 


C 6 H 5 .NMeAc 





C 6 H 6 .CH 2 .NHAc 

CeHj-CHj-NHjAc 
C 6 H 5 .CO.NMe 2 
C 6 H 5 .CH : N.OEt 
C fi H 4 (NH 2 ).Ca.Et 
Me.NHAc 1.3 


)) 
) 


5 
J? 
?) 

-JJ 
)J 
)) 




245 

240-250 
a. 250 

300 
255-257 oi.c. 

503 


99-5 

99-5 
101 

loi-rioa 

104 
30 

57 
41-42 
207:5-209 u.c. 
Liquid 
65-5 


Norton and Allen 
Hofmann 
Eeinhardt and 
Staedel 
Hepp 
Hofmann 
Strakoach 

Rudolph 
Hallmaun 
Petraczek 
Barry 
Beilstein and Knhl- 


B., 18, 1995 
B., 10, 599 
B., 16, 29 

B., 10, 329 
B., 7, 525 
B., 5, 697 

B., 12, 1297 
B., 9, 846 
B., 16, 828 
B., 6, 1007 
A., 156, 83 


44,578 

27, 807 
vii., 182 ; 25, 
1027 
36, 921 
30, 418 

27,74 
vii., 1176 










65-5 


Jberg 
Wroblewsky 


B., 8, 574 


28, 886 




1.2 






98 




Z. C. [21, 7, 135 


24, 564 










102 




B., 9, 1055 


30, 510 


> .... .... 


1) > 





.... 


102 
105 


Klingel 
Wroblewsky 


B., 17, 1613 
Z. C, [2], 7, 135 


46, 1343 
24, 504 


,, .... .... 


JJ 
)) 


- J) 



296 


105-106 

107 
107 


Hubner and Wal- 
lach 
Beilstein and Kuhl- 
berg 
Thomson 


J. [1869], 678 
A., 156, 77 
B., 10, 1586 


37, 438 
vii., 1176 
34, 218 










107 


Grete 


A., 177, 231 


29, 74 










107-109 


Bedson and King 




37, 753 










108-109 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 




1.4 






a. 140 


Merz and Weith 


Z. C. [2], 5, 699 


vii., 4 








310-350 


145-145-5 






v., 871 








306 


US 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 156, 74 


vii., 1176 


.... .... i... 


< 


-- 




146 
147 


berg 
Grete 
Kelbe 


A., 177, 231 
B., 16, 1200 


29,72 
44, 916 








307 


147 


Eichter 


K. K. T., 222 












148 


Glaus 


B., 15, 317 




Dimethamidobenzaldehyde .... 
Toluylacetamide 

.... 

" 
Xylylformamide 

Mesitylenamide 


COH.NMe 2 = ? 
Me.(CH 2 .CO.NH 8 )=1.3 

=1.2 
= 1.4 
Me 2 .(NH.CHO)=1.3.4 

Me 2 .(CO.NH 2 )=1.3.5 

1 3 fi 


>1 

51 

) 
,) 

J 




.... 


73 

141 

161 
184 
113-114 

133 

181 as 179 


Bossneck 
Radiszewsky and 
Wispek 

) 
Gasiorowski and 
Merz 
Fittig 
Ador and Meier 


B., 18, 1520 
B., 18, 1282 

B., 18, 1281 

.)) 

B., 18, 1011 

A., 147, 47 
B 12 1970 


48, 976 
48, 889 

) 
I) 

48, 773 

vi., 824 
38 252 




1 45 


M 




186 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 2112 


42, 187 


Tetrahydrohydroxyquinoline 
j 
Ethylic benzhydroxaminate 

u 



N.OH= ai ; /3, or a, 
=a, ; Oj 
HO.CPh: N.OEt (?) 

Bz.NH.OEt(?) 

jj 


)1 

C 9 H",AN 






cf.B., 16,874; 

18, 727 




116-117 
121-122 
Liquid 

64-65 

67 


Riemerschmied 
Bedall and Fischer 
Tiemann & Kriiger 

Waldstein 
Pieper 


B., 16, 723 
B., 14, 1368 
B., 18, 736, 1053 

A., 181, 385 
A., 217, 11 


44, 1148 
48, 790, 896 

30, 526 

44, 461 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



497 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Ethylbenzhydroxamic acid 


Bz.NEt.OH(?) 


CAAN 


cf.B.,16,874; 


53-5-54-5 


Lessen and Zanui 


A., 182, 221 


31, 188 








18, 727 










"- 11 11 





11 


.... 


Liquid 


Eiseler 


A., 175, 329 




<- 11 


11 







54 


Pie per 


A., 217, 4 


44, 461 


a " n 11 










53-5 


Gurke 


A., 205, 285 


40, 585 


ft- 









67 


Pieper 


A., 217, 5 


44, 461 


ft- 11 11 


.... 





.... 


67-5-68 


Gurke 


A., 205, 286 


40, 585 


Ethylic phenylcarbamate .... 


NHPh.OOOEt 





184-186 


Liquid 


Schiff 


B., 3, 649 




11 11 








237 


51 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 654 




11 11 


11 





237-S38 d. 


51-5-52 


Wilm and Wischin 


A., 147, 159 


vii., 252 


Methylic phenaraidoacetate 


NHPh.CH 2 .COOMe 







48 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1157 


29, 373 


a-Phenamidopropionic acid .... 


NHPh.CHMe.COOH 





.... 


162 


Tiemann & Stephan 


B., 15, 2036 


44, 199 


Phenylmethamidoacetic acid 


NHMe.CHPh.COOH 





.... 


w.m. 274 


Tiemann & Priest 


B., 14, 1982 


42, 50 


Phenyl a-amidopropionic acid 


Ph.CH 2 .CH(NH 2 ).COOH 


11 




a. 260 d. 


Plochl 


B., 17, 1624 


46, 1349 


11 a " 11 11 








.... 


250 d. 


Schulze & Barbieri 


B., 14, 1788 


42, 189 


11 "~ 11 11 


11 





cf.B.,15,1006 


sb.w.m. 


Erleuraeyer & Lipp 


A., 219, 200 


42, 972 


11 ft- 11 11 


Ph.CH(NH 2 ).CH 2 .COOH 





cf.B.,15,1006 


120-121 


Poseii 


A., 195, 143 


36, 378 


a-Amidohydratropic acid .... 


CH 3 .CPh(NH 2 ).COOH 







w.m. 260 


Tiemann 


B., 14, 1981 


42, 57 


a- 


CH 2 (NH 2 ).CHPh.COOH 


11 




169-170 


Merliug 


A., 209, 11 


40, 1143 


ft- 11 11 


11 


11 




169-5 


Fittig and Wurster 


A., 195, 158 


36, 379 


a-Phenoxy propoiuam ide 


CH 3 .CH(OPli).CO.NH 2 





.... 


130 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 152 


38, 393 


Ethoxyformanilide 


OEt.NH(CHO)=1.2 


11 


292 


62 


Groll 


J. p. [2], 12, 208 


29, 247 


Methoxyacetanilide 


OMe.NHAc=1.2 


11 


303-305 


79 


Miilhauser 


B., 13, 921 


38, 641 


11 


11 11 


11 


303-305 


78 


11 


A., 207, 242 


42, 302 


11 * "* 


11 ;i 


11 


.... 


84 


Herold 


B., 15, 1685 




Ethoxybenzamide 


OEt.(CO.NH 2 )=1.2 







110 


Limpricht 


A., 98, 264 


v., 151 


Melilotamide . .... 


OH.(CH 2 .CH n .CO.NH )=1.2 






70 


Zwei er 


As., 5, 120 


vi., 716 






n 














OH.(CHMe.CO.NH 2 ) 






110-111 


Hlasiwetz 


A., 102, 162 


iv., 489 


Ethylic amidobenzoate 


NH 2 .COOEt=1.2 


a 


260 




Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


48, 665 


11 11 


=1.4 


11 


.... 


95 


Muller 


B., 18, 2485 




Dimethamidobenzoic acid ... 


NM e!i .COOH=1.3 


11 




151 


Griess 


B., 6, 587 


26, 1146 


11 .i . 


= 1.4 


n 




235 


Michler 


B., 9, 401 


30, 68 


Ethamidobenzoic acid 


NHEt,COOH=1.3 







112 


Griess 


B., 5, 1038 


26, 281 ; viil., 
















167 


/3-Amidophenyl propionicacid 


NH 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 .COOH)=1.2 


11 




d. 


Gabriel and Steude- 


B., 15, 847 


42, 1073 












mann 






ft- 


= 1.3 







84-85 


11 


B., 15, 846 





ft- 11 11 11 


=1.4 





.... 


131 


11 


B., 15, 847 


,, 


ft- D 11 11 


11 11 





.... 


131 


.... 


Z. C. [1869], 195 


vi., 961 


tt ~ 11 11 11 


NH 2 .(CHMe.COOH)=1.4 


11 




128 


Trinius 


A., 227, 262 


48, 529 


Tolylglycociue 


Me.(NH.CH 2 .COOH)=1.2 







143 


Cosack 


B., 13, 1091 


88, 713 


11 " - 


11 11 





d. 170 


145 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1159 


29, 401 





11 11 







140-150 


Staats 


B., 13, 137 


38, 387 


) .... .... 


11 i, 


11 




150 


Ehrlich 


B., 16, 204 




, 


= 1.3 





.... 


? 


11 


B., 15, 2011 







=1.4 


11 


.... 


166-168 


Schwebel 


B., 10, 2047 


34, 302 





11 1) 





.... 


166-168 


Staats 


B., 13, 137 




(misprintinorig.) 


11 11 


11 


... 


168-169 


Meyer 


B., 14, 1324 




Toly Ihydroxy acetamid e 


Me.(NH.CO.CH 2 .OH) 


11 


+ lH 2 O 


70-130 


Tommasi 




27, 628 


Tolylamidoacetic acid 


Me.[CH(NH 2 ).COOH]=1.3 





sb. 230 


d. 


Bornemann 


B., 17, 1472 


46, 1163 


Acetamidocresol 


Me.OH.NHAc=1.4.5 


11 


.... 


159-160 


Noltiug and Kohn 


B., 17, 361 


46, 901 





1) 





.... 


178 


Maassen 


B., 17, 609 


46, 1145 





= 1.2.4 


11 




2%4-Z%5 


Wallach 


B., 15, 2831 


44, 329 





i, 11 


11 




224-225 


Maassen 


B., 17, 609 




Nitromesitylene 


Me 3 .NO.,=1.3.5.6 


11 


240-250 


41 


Fittig and Storrer 


A., 147, 1 


vi., 299 


(cf. A., 179, 


11 .1 


11 


255 


42 


Ladenburg 


B., 7, 1135 


28, 64 


169) 



















11 11 





.... 


44 


Biedermann and 


B., 8, 57 


28, 569 












Ledoux 






Nitropseudocumene .... 


=1.3.4.5 





.... 


20 


Edler 


B., 18, 629 


48, 771 





=1.3.4.6 (?) 


11 


265 


71 




Z. C. [1867], 12 


vi., 297 
















3 s 



498 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Amidomesitylenic acid 


Me i .COOH.NH 2 =1.3.5.6 


C s H n O.,N 


.... 


186-187 


Schmitz 


A., 19.3, 171 


36, 156 


> M 


11 


)* 




1!)0 


Jacobseu 


B., 11,2055 







=1.3.5.2 


5) 




235 


Fittig 


A., 147, 50 


vi., 823 


,, 


11 11 


)1 


.... 


235 


Schmitz 


A., 1!)3, 171 


36, 156 


Collidine carboxylic acid 


C 5 NHMe :i .COOH 


> 


.... 


155 


Michael 


A., 225, 121 


48,62 





11 


)1 


-f2H 2 


no 


B 





1J 


Nitrosoethylphenyl carb- 


.... 


C 9 H M 2 N :l 




59-5 


Fischer 


A., 199, 286 




amide 
















Glycolphenylguanidine 


NHPh.C(: NH).NH.CH a . 


ft 


.... 


260 d. 


Berger 


B., 13, 993 


38, 802 




COjH 














Nitropropylazobenzene 


CH 3 .CH 2 .CH(NO 2 ).N : NPh 


)) 


... 


98-99 


Meyer 


B., 9, 386 


30, 93 


Nitroethylazotoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 .C 2 H 4 .N0 2 =1.2 


)) 




87-88 


Barbieri 


B., 9, 388 


30, 94 


*> 


=1.4 


H 




133 


? 


B., 9, 387 


j> 


Phenylamidolactic acid 


Ph.C 2 H.,(OH)(NH 2 ).CO.,H 


C.H.AN 




189-190 


Plochl 


B., 16, 2822 


46, 606 


Ethoxamidobenzoic acid 


NH(OEt).COOH=1.4 


)1 




187 


Ladenburg 


B., 6, 130 


26, 642 


Amidophenyllactic acid 


NH : .[CH 2 .CH(OH).COOH] 





.... 


188 


Erlenmeyer& Lijip 


A., 219, 179 


44, 994 




=1.4 














Ethylic hydroxyphenylcar- 


OH.(NH.COOEt)=1.2 


5' 




85 


Grenvik 


B. S. [2], 25, 177 


31, 473 


bamate 
















7) J) 


=1.4 


,, 


.... 


120 


51 


B. S. [2], 25, 179 


ji 


Tyrosine . . 


OH.[CH 2 .CH(NH.,).CO 2 H] 




cf. B., 16, 854 


167-168- 


Blendernianii 


Z. P. C., 6, 234 


44, 878 






11 














=1.4 














Methoxymandelatnide 


OMe.[CH(OH).CO.NH 2 ] 


)J 




159 


Tiemann 


B., 14, 1977 


48,57 




=1.4 














Methoxyphenylamidoacetic 


OMe.[CH(NH 2 ).CO. 2 H]=1.4 


5) 


.... 


w. m. 225 


M 


B., 14, 1979 




acid 
















Methoxyphenylglycocine .... 


OMe.(NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H)=1.2 


55 




141-5 


Vater 


.1. p. [2], 29, 286 


46, 1144 





=1.4 


5> 




d. w. in. 200 


! 





5 


Methamidanisic acid 


OMe.NHMe.COOH=? 







a. 200 


(4riess 


B., 5, 1042 


vii., 79:26,282 


Nitroethoxytoluene 


Me.OEt.NO.,=1.2.3 


J 


.... 


Liquid 


Staedel 


A., 217, 50, 153 


44,865 


,, 


=1.4.5 


J 


275-2S5 


Liquid 





A., 217, 54, 162 


44, 662, 862 


,, 


11 11 


I) 




Liquid 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1134 


42, 1203 





= 1.3.? 


TJ 


.... 


54 


i) 


D 





i 


;> 11 


n 




54 


Staedel 


A., 217, 161 


44, 862 


,, 


=1.2.5 


i 




71 


?> 


B., 14, 899 


40, 723 


,, 


11 11 


n 




71 


) 


A., 217, 155 


44, 862 





11 11 


? 




71 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1133 


42, 1203 


,, 


= > 


ji 


285 


72-73 


Ladenburg 


B., 8, 1212 




Nitromethoxyxylene 


Me 2 .OMe.NO 2 =1.3(?) 2 


i) 


.... 


56-57 


Pfaff 


B., 16, 1136 


44, 918 


Nitromesitol 


Me J .OH.NO 2 =l. 3.5.2.4 




cf.A., 215, 98 


64 


Kuecht 


B., 15, 1376 


42, 1200 


Acetylethylpyromeconamic 





j) 




140 


Mennel 


J. p. [2], 32, 17(i 


48, 1204 


acid 
















Phenylhydroxyethenylur- 


HO.CHPh C(NOH).NH. 


^H n 3 N, 




127 


Gross 


B., 18, 2478 


48, 1218 


amidoxime 


CO.NH, 














Ethylnitrobenzenylamid- 


NO 2 .[C(NH 2 ) : NOEt]=1.3 


55 




b. 15(?) 


Schopf 


B., 18, 1065 


48, 896 


oxirae 
















Nitro /3-phenylpropylene 


N0 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .CH 2 .OH ; 


C,H n O,N 




108-101) 


Baeyer & Drewseii 


B., 15, 2861 


44, 341 


glycol 


=1.2 














Aruidophenylglyceric acid .... 


NH 2 .[CH(OH).CH(OH). 


U 




218 


Morgan 


J. [1877], 788 ; 






C0 2 H]=1.2 










0. N. 36, 269 




n-ethylnitro-orcinol 


Me.OEt.OH.NO 2 =1.3.5.? 


H 




54 


Weselsky and Bene- 


M. C., 2, 371 


40, 1140 












dikt 






- 


>i 


T 




103 


?> 


)! 


D 


Triraethylpyrroline dicarb- 


NMe.Me s .(OO t H) J =1.8JM.4 


11 





d. 240-245 


Knorr 


B., 18, 307 


48, 555 


oxylic acid 
















Ethylic amidonitrophenyl- 


NH.CO 2 Et).NH 2 .NO 2 =1.2.4 


C 9 H U 4 N 3 




162 


Hager 


B., 17, 2631 


48, 150 


carbamate 
















Dinitroethyltoluidine 


Me.KHEt.(NO 2 ),=1.4.3.5 







126-126-5 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1485 


48, 975 


Dinitrodimethyltoluidine .... 


Me.NMe 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3(?) 2 


11 




107 


Wurster and Riedel 


B., 12, 1800 


38, 109 


,, .... 


" !> 


;> 


.... 


168 


n 


11 


11 


Dinitrocumidine 


Me.,.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.3.4.(?) 3 







78 


Engel 


B., 18, 2232 


48, 1210 


Dinitromesidine 


=1.3.5.2.4.6 


?i 




193-195 


Ladenburg 


A., 179, 168 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



49,1 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. * 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Dinitroraesidine 


Me 3 .NH.,.(NO 2 ),,=.1.3.5.2.4.6 


C 9 H U 4 N 3 




193-195 


Fittig 


A., 141, 138 


vi., 300 


Nitrobeiizylidenediure'ide .... 


NO 2 C 6 H 4 .CH(NH.CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 9 H,,0 4 N 5 


200 d. 


Schiff 


A., 151, 194 




Menispermine 




C 9 H 12 ON(?) 




120 


Pelletier & Uouerbe 


A. C. [2], 54, 178 


iii., 880 


Ethylphenylcarbamide 


NH 2 .CO.NEtPh 


C 9 H 1 .,ON 3 




62 


Gebhardt 


B., 17, 2095 


46, 1321 


,* 


.... 


I) 




99 




B. 8., 4, 203 




Phenylethylcarbaraide 


NH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 .CH 2 Ph 


Ji 




112 


Spica 


G. I., 9, 555 


38, 242 


n-phenamidopropionamide .... 


NHPh.CHMe.CO.NH 2 


)7 


.... 


140-141 


Tiemann aud Ste- 


B., 15, 2035 


44, 199 












phan 






Phenylraethamidoacetamide 


Ph.CH(NHMe).CO.NH 2 







155 


Tiemann and Piest 


B., 14, 1983 




Methylphenamidoacetamide 


NPhMe.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 


)) 




163 


Silberstein 


B., 17. 2662 


48, 160 


Benzylic ethenylamidoxime 


NH 2 .CMe : NO.CH 2 Ph 


V 


d. 200 


Liquid 


Nordmanu 


B., 17, 2752 


48, 239 


Ethylic benzenylainidoxime 


NH 2 .CPh : NOEt 


)) 




65-66 


Lessen 


B., 18, 1194 




i " 


)> 


1 




67 


Tiemann & Kriiger 


B., 18, 732 


48, 790 


!< " 


)T 


I? 




67 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1056 


48, 896 


Ethyltolylnitrosamine 


C 6 H 4 Et.NEt(NO)=1.4 


1> 




? 


Gastiger 


B. a, 42, 338 


48, 381 


Tolylaraidoacetamide 


Me.(NH.CH 2 .CO.NH 2 )=1.4 


M 


.... 


162-163 d. 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1160 


29, 402 


Nitrosodimethyltoluidine .... 


Me.NMe 2 .NO=1.3.? 


>1 




92 


Wurster and Riedel 


B., 12, 1797 


38, 109 


Acetdiamidotoluene 


Me.NH 2 .NHAc=1.2.4 


fl 


.... 


158-159 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 221 




,, .... .... 





1) 




159-160 


Wallach 


B., 15, 2826 







' 




159-161 





B., 15, 2835 




Xylyl carbamide 


Me,.(NH.CO.NH.)=1.3.4 


) 




186 


Genz 


B., 3, 226 


vii., 1210 


Phenylhydrazinepropionie 


NHPh.NH.CHMe.COOH 


C 9 H 12 2 N 2 




152-153 


Fischer and Jordan 


B., 16, 2244 


46, 53 


acid 
















>i 


NH 2 .NPli.CHMe.COOTI 


?1 




187 


Reissert 


B., 17, 1455 


46, 1152 


Ethylic amidophenylcarba- 


NH 2 .(NH.COOEt)=1.4 


)1 




71-72 


Hager 


B., 17, 2626 


48, 149 


mide 
















>i 


= 1.2 


J) 


.... 


86 


Rudolph 


B., 12, 1295 


36, 921 


Hydrazine hydrocinnamic 


(NH.NH 2 ).(C 2 H 4 .C0 3 H)=? 


)J 


.... 


146 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 441 


acid 
















Acethydrazine anisoil 


MeO.(N 2 H 2 Ac)=1.2 


1) 




125 


Reisenegger 


A., 221, 314 


46, 440 


Ethoxyphenylcarbamide 


EtO.(NH.CO.NH 2 )=].4 





.... 


160 


Berlinerblau 


J. p., 30, 97 


48, 148 


Nitrocumidine 


Pr.NH 2 .NO 2 =? 


>1 




b. 100 


Cahours 


C. R., 26, 316 


ii., 176 


Mtroethyltoluidine 


Me.NHEt.NO s = 1.4.5 


1? 




58-59 


Gattermann 


B., 18, 1483 


48, 975 


Nitrodimethyltoluidine 


Me.NMe 2 .NO 2 =1.3.? 


)> 




84 


Wurster and Riedei 


B., 12, 1800 


38, 109 


Diamidociunamic acid 


(CH 2 .OH 2 .CO 2 H).(NH 2 ) 2 


)' 


.... 


142-144 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 2291 


44, 195 




=1.3.4 














Nitromesidine 


Me 3 .NH 2 .NO 2 =1.3.5.2.4 


U 


.... 


74 


Biedermanu and 


R, 8, 58 


28, 569 












Ledoux 






,, .... ... 





11 


.... 


75 


Hiibner and Schack 


B., 10, 1711 


34, 144 


.... ... 


n 


)) 




73-74 


Ladenburg 


A., 179, 165 




,, 


n 


)> 




72-73 


) 


B., 7, 1134 







) 


T 




b. 100 


Maule 


A., 71, 137 


2,110; iii., 930 


Nitropseudocumidine 


=1.3.4.6.5 


) 




46-47 


Elder 


B., 18, 629 


48, 771 





=1.3.4.(?), 





cf.A., 151,266 


137 


Fittig and Lauben- Z. C. [2], 4, 577 


vi., 297 












heimer 






Benzylidenediureide 


Ph.CH(NH.CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 9 H 12 2 N 4 


.... 


195 


Schiff 


A., 151, 192 




Nitrosoethylphenylsemicar- 


Ph.N(NO).NH.CO.NHEt 


M 


.... 


86-5 d. 


Fischer 


A., 190, 111 


34, 307 


bazide 
















Tolylene dicarbaraide 


Me. (NH.CO.N H 2 ) 2 = 1. 1 .3 







220 


Strauss 


A., 148, 157 


vi., 1117 


j 


)) )J 


) 




220 


Lussy 


B., 8, 292 




Ethyltheobromine 


cf. B., 15, 33 







a. 270 


Philips 


B., 9, 1309 


31, 93 


Diamidoethoxytoluene 


Me.OEt.(NH 2 ) 2 =1.4.3.5 


C 9 H )2 3 N 2 




Liquid 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1136 


42, 1203 


Nitro-nitrosotrimethdiami- 


NMe 2 .NMe(NO).NO 2 =1.4. ? 


C 9 H 12 3 N 4 


.... 


87 


Wurster & Schobig 


B., 12, 1811 


38, 111 


dobenzene 
















Tetramethyluric acid 


NMe.CO.C.N'Me.CO 


)) 


distila 


218 


Fischer 


B., 17, 1784 


46, 1310 




1 II / 
















CO.NMe.C.NMe 














Methylphenylethylalkine ... 


NPhMe.C 2 H 4 .OH 


(; 9 H 13 ON 


218-219(110 


Liquid 


Laun 


B., 17, 676 


46, 1011 


Dimethamidomethoxy ben- 


OMe.NMe 2 =1.2 





210-212 


Liquid 


Miilhauser 


A., 207, 248 


42, 302 


zene 



















= 1.4 


5) 


.... 


48 


Griess 


B., 13, 249 


38, 637 














3s 2 



500 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc 


Hydroxyethyltoluidine 


Me.(NH.C 2 H 4 .OH)=1.4 


C,H 13 ON 


286-288 


37 


Demi ile 


B., 7, 636 ; A., 


27, 903 














173, 129 




Ethoxytoluidine .... , ... 


Me.OEt.NH 2 =1.2.5 


)> 


.... 


Liquid 


Staedel 


A., 217, 217 


44, 866 


., 


7> 







Liquid 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1135 


42, 1203 


.... 


=1.3.1 


J) 


.... 


Liquid 


ii 





ii 


11 


)J 


H 


.... 


Liquid 


Staedel 


A., 217, 219 


44. 866 


., .... 


=1.4.5 


*? 


.... 


40-41 





A., 217, 220 


11 





J> 1 


) 


.... 


40-41 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1135 


42, 1203 


Amidomesitol 


Me 3 .OH.NH 2 =1.3.5.2.4 


fi 


cf. A., 215, 99 


cryst. 


Knecht 


B., 15, 1376 




Amidopseudocnmeuol 


=1.3.4.6.2 


) 




164-165 


Auwers 


B., 17, 2980 







11 Yl 


V) 




16f5-167 


Liebermann and 


B., 17, 886 


46, 1147 












Kostanecki 






Phenyldimethamidocarba- 


NHPh.CO.NH.NMej 


C 9 H 13 ON, 


.... 


108 


Eenouf 


B., 13, 2172 


40, 152 


mide 

















o-phenylhydrazinepropion- 


NH 2 .NPh.CHMe.CO.NH 2 


) 




124 


Reissert 


B., 17, 1454 


46, 1152 


amide 
















Ethylphenylsemicarbazide .... 


Ph.NH.CO.NjHjEt 


)I 




111-112 


Fischer 


A., 199, 295 




11 


Ph.N 2 H. 2 .CO.NHEt 


JJ 


.... 


151 


Fischer 


A., 190, 109 


34,307 


Nitrosotrimethdiamidoben- 


NMe s .NMe(NO)=1.4 







98-99 


Wurster & Schobig 


B., 12, 1809 


38, 111 


zene 
















Dimethainidophenylcarba- 


NMe 2 .(NH.CO.NH 2 )=1.4 





.... 


179 


Binder 


B., 12, 536 


36, 628 


mide 
















Ethylic dimethylpyi-roline- 


C 4 NH 2 Me 2 .COOEt 


C 9 H 13 2 N 


290 (731) 


117-118 


Knorr 


B., 18, 1564 


48, 995 


carboxylate 
















Nitrodiamidomesitylene 


Me 3 .NO 2 .(NH 2 ) 2 =1.3.5.2.4.6 


C 9 H 13 2 N S 


.... 


184 


Fittig 


A., 141, 139 


vi., 300 


Ethylic ethylacetocyanace- 


CEtAc(CN).COOEt 


C 9 H I3 3 N 


105-110 


Liquid 


Held 


C. R., 98, 522 


46, 727 


tate 






(2-15) 










Camphoronamic acid 


. 


C 9 H 13 4 N 


.... 


212 


Hjelt 


B., 13, 798 


38, 670 


Diamidoethoxy toluene 


Me. OEt.(NHj) 3 = 1.4.3.5 


C 9 H 14 ON 2 




75 


Staedel 


A., 217, 221 


44, 866 


? -amidiue 


C 4 H 3 O.C(NHEt) : NEt 


n 


a. 200 




Wallach 


B., 14, 753 


40, 715 


)> 11 


J>- 


51 


240 







A., 214, 232 


44, 88 


Diethylcarbopyrrolamide .... 


NEt(CO.NHEt)=1.2 


>1 


269-270 


43-44 


Bell 


B.,10, 1863; 11, 


36, 525 














1813 




Hydroxycyanconiue 


.... 







156-157 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 22, 267 


40, 54 


Dihydroxycyanconine 


C 9 H 12 N 2 (OH; 2 


C 9 H 14 O 2 N., 




151 


Riess 


J. p. [2]. 30, 145 


48, 235 


Caffeine methhydroxide 


C 8 H 10 O 2 N 4 .MeOH 


Q,H u O a N 4 


.... 


137-138 


Schmidt 


B., 16, 2588 


46, 339 


Ethylic cyanurate 


EtO.C:N.C(OEt):N 


C 9 H 15 ON 




29 


Mulder 


R. T., 1, 191 


44, 304 




j 
















.C(OEt) : N 
















\ 














Phoronoxime 


C 9 H 14 :N.OH 


^ 


218 c. 


48 


Nageli 


B., 16, 496 


44, 728 


Pseudopelletierine +2H 2 O ... 


cf. C. R., 88, 716 


11 


246 


46 


Tanret 


B. S., 36, 256 


36, 658 


Ecgonin 


.... 


C 9 H I5 3 N 


+H 2 


198 


Lossen 


A., 133, 365 




Triethylic cyauurate 


.... 


C 9 H 15 3 N 3 


195 


Liquid 


Cloez 


A., 137, 127 


vi., 520 


(normal) 


(CN.OEt) 3 


n 


.... 


28 


Ponomareff 


B., 15, 514 




11 i' 11 


11 


*) 


250 (40-50) 


29 


Mulder 


B.,15,71;16,390 


42, 590 


11 *i 


.... 


?> 


235 


95 


Hofmann 


13, 322 


ii., 292 


11 


.... 


) 


.... 


95 


Mulder 


B., 16, 390 




11 >i 




) 




95 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 766 


24, 136 


11 11 




)> 


253 


95 


Wurtz 


J., 7, 567 




1> 


.... 


j) 


276 


95 


Richter 


R. K. T., 227 




Amidocamphoronic acid 


.... 


C,H 15 5 N 


.... 


212 


Hjelt 


B., 13, 799 


38, 670 


Ammonium anhydrocam- 


C 9 H 18 5 N 2 (?) 


,, (?) 




125 


Kachler & Spitzer 


M. C., 6, 173 


48, 807 


phoronate 
















Triglycollamic triuramide ... 


(NH.CONH.CO.CH 2 ) 3 N 


C 9 H 16 6 N 7 


cf.B.,5,1013 


nf. 230 


Mulder 


B., 6, 1016 


27, 48 


Nitrosotriacetonamine 


.... 


C 9 H 16 2 N 2 


.... 


72-73 


Heintz 


A., 185, 6; 187, 
















233 




Amidocamptioronamide 


.... 


C 9 H 16 4 N 2 


.... 


160 


Hjelt 


B., 13, 797 


38, 670 


Triacetonamiue 


CO : (CH2.CMe 2 ) 2 : NH 


c 9 n, 7 oN 


.... 


34-6 


Heintz 


A., 178, 305 


29, 382 


11 .... 





)) 


.... 


39-6 





A., 174, 144 


28, 351 


>i 


)) 


J) 


+H 2 


58 


ii 


A., 178, 305 


29, 382 


Methylpelletierine 







215 


Liquid 


Tanret 


C. R., 90, 695 


38, 481 


-methyltopine 







243 


.... 


Ladenburg 


B., 14 2127, 2404 


42, 216 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



501 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


"" 

Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


-methyltropine .... .. 




C 9 H,.ON 


240-245 


.... 


Merling 


B., 14, 1830 


42, 216 


s- 


C 7 H 10 .OH.NMe 2 


)I 


198-205 d. 




Ladeuburg 


B., 14, 2404 


)> 


Isonitrosoisobutylketone 




C 9 H 17 2 N 


.... 


42 


Lang 


B., 18, 1364 




Ethylic hydroxypentamate .... 


.... 


C 9 H 17 O 3 N 




77-77-5 


Demarcay 


A. C. [5], 20, 488 




Ammonium hydroxycam- 


C 9 H 13 (NH 4 )0, 


C 9 H ir 6 N 


.... 


178, 


Kachler 


A., 191, 143 


34, 513 


phorate 
















Isononylamide 


CMe 2 .(CH 2 ) 3 .CHMe.CO.NH 2 


C 9 H 19 ON 




80-81 


Kuhlhem 


A., 173, 319 


28, 354, 884 


,, .... .... 


1J 


) 




81 


) 


A., 176, 308 


vii., 898 


Pelargonamide 


CH 3 .(CH 2 ) 7 .CO.NH 2 


7 




92-93 


Schalfejeff 


B., 6, 1252 


27, 255 


., 


J? 


?r 




99 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 984 


42, 950 


,, 


C 8 H 17 CO.NH 2 


Ji 




105 


Kuhlhem 


A., 176, 308 


28, 884 


Ethyl tenauthaldoxime 


.... 


If 


185-18T 


Liquid 


Westeuberger 


B., 16, 2993 


46, 581 


Triacetonalkamine 


..... 


j' 


.... 


128-5 


Heintz 


A., 183, 309 


31, 592 


Pseudotriacetonalkamine 







.... 


180 


5> 


A., 183, 304 





Tetraethylcarbamide 


NEtj.CO.NEtj. 


CJH^ON,, 


205 


Liquid 


Michler 


B., 8, 1664 


29, 702 


)> 


H 


1) 


210-215 


Liquid 


Wallach 


B., 14, 747 




Isobuty 1 bu ty Icarbam ide 


CMej.NH.CO.NHBu/9 





.... 


163 


Brauner 


B., 12, 1875 


38, 228 


Dibutylcarbamide 


CMe 3 .NH.CO.NH.CMe 3 







242 


)j 





ij 


(Enanthodiure'ide 


C 6 H 13 .CH(NH.CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 9 H 20 2 N 4 




166 d. 


Schiff 


A., 151, 186 




Oxalyldiethylhydrazine 


CO(NH.NEt 2 ) 2 


C 9 H 22 ON 4 




204 


Fischer 


A., 199, 297. 




From ethylcarbaiuiue 


cf. B. S., 11, 221 


C 9 H 22 2 N 4 




112 


Gautier 


C. R., 67, 8041 


vi., 529 


/3-Tetranitronaphthalene 


C 10 H 4 (N0 2 ) 4 


C 10 H=0 S N 4 




200 


Lautemann and 


Z. C42], 1, 564 


vi., 849 












Aguiar 






/9- 


> 


IT 




200 


Aguiar , 


B.,.?, 376, 904; 


25, 700 ; 26, 














A., 169, 100 


175; vii., 835 


a- 


>J 







259 


- 


ii 


)! 


Tetranitro-a-naphthot 
Jambosin 


C 10 H 3 .OH.(N0 2 )J 


C 10 H 4 9 N 4 

c H C O N 




180 

77 


Merz.adj Weith 

Gr6X 1 lj3J'd 


B., 15, 2715 
P. J. [3], 14,717 


44, 344 
48, 396 


Nitro-j9-naphthoquinone 


O.O.NO^W, ; (9 


^lO-'-^-s^'a 1 - 1 
C 10 H 6 4 N 




158 


Stenhouse & Groves 


A., 194, 203 


33, 417 





=,".;() 


)J 


.... 


158 


Liebermanu 


B., 14, 1313 




Nitrohydroxynaphthaqui- 


C 10 H 4 (N0 2 )(OH):0 2 


C 10 H 6 5 N 




157 d. 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1318 


34, 888 


none 
















?-Trinitronaphthalene 


C ln H 5 (N0 2 ) s 


C 10 H 5 6 N 3 




b. 100 


Marignac 


.... 


iv., 15 


?- 





)> 


.... 


101-103- 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 169, 81 


27, 160 












berg 






a- 





) 




122 


Aguiar 


B., 5, 372, 898 


25, 700 ; 26, 
















174; vii., 834 


y- ' 


Ji- 


)) 




147 


Beilsteinand Kuhl- 


A., 169, 97 ; B., 


26, 69, 1138; 27, 












berg 


5, 480 ; 6, 648 


160; vii., 835 


y- n 


lt 


J 




154 


Aguias- 


B., 5, 903 


26, 175 


- 





)5 




181 


Staedel 


A., 217, 153 


44, 863 


fl- 


T> 


) 




208 


Beilstein. and K.uhl- 


B., 5, 480 


26, 69; vii., 












berg 




835 


0- 








.... 


210 


Laurent 


A., 41, 98 


iv., 15 


0- 





J) 


.... 


210 


Staedel 


B., 14, 901 


40, 724 


0- 


M 


)) 




210 





A., 217, 174 


44, 863 


0- 





)) 




SIS 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 169, 96 ; B., 


26, 1138; 27, 












berg 


6, 648 


160 


0- 


J) 


1> 




214 


Lautemann and 


Z. C. [2], 1, 564 


vi., 848 












Aguiar 






0- 


J* 


)> 


.... 


215 


Laurent 


Gin. vii. [1], 87 


iv., 15 


0- 








.... 


218 


Aguiar 


B., 5, 375, 905 


25, 700; 26, 175 


Trinitro-a-naphthol 


C 10 H 4 .OH.(N0 2 ) 3 


C 10 H 5 7 N 3 




176 


Ekstrand 


B., 11, 162 


34, 508 


-"- ,, 


)) 


)) 




176 


Merz and Weith 


B., 10, 1232 


32, 899 


-- 





)) 


.... 


177 


Diehl and Merz 


B., 11, 1662 




j. - Q - j> 


.... 


J 




177 


Bourcart 


B., 12, 679 




a-Tetranitronaphthylamine.... 


C 10 H 3 (N0 3 ) 4 .NH 3 


C 10 H 6 9 N 5 


.... 


194 


Merz and Weith 


B., 15, 2718 


44,344 


P- 


)) 


?) 




202 





B., 15, 720 





Pyridine pentacarboxylic acid 


C 5 N(COOH) 5 


C ln H 6 10 N 




d.w.m. 220 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 62 


44, 85 


n-isonitroso-/3-napthhone 


C 6 H 4 .CH:CH.C:C.N.O.N 


C 10 H 6 ON 2 




77; 78 


Goldschmidt 


B., 17, 216, 803 


46, 735, 1137 




J =1.2 















502 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pyrocoll 
.... .... .... 


C 4 H 3 N.CO.C 4 H 3 N.CO 


C 10 H 6 2 N 2 




.... 


267 
268-269 


Ciamician and 
Silber 
Weidel and Ciami- 


B.,17,106;G. I., 
13, 563 
M. C., 1, 281 


46, 586, 726 
40, 290 


)T 












cian 






y -Diuitrouaphthalene 


(N0 2 ) 2 =afl ; 


C IO H,0 4 N t 




144 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 274 


31, 609 


y- 


)> >J 


)) 




144 


Liebermann and 


B., 9, 334 


30,81 












Hammerschlag 






l. 


=? 


)) 


.... 


155-1 CO 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1602 


46, 1361 


l- 


=ft;7 


V 




161-5 


Grsebe and Drews 


B., 17, 1172 


46, 1036 


/3- 


=(), ; 


> 




167 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 169, 86 


27, 159 












berg 






ff- 


" M 


1 




169 


Ekstrand 


B., 18, 77 


48, 548 


/- 


y 11 


?> 


.... 


170 


Beilstein and Kur- 


A., 202, 224 














batow 






B- 


n -)i 


n 


.... 


170 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1602 


46, 1361 


0- 


w 


^i 




170 


Darmstadter and 


Z. C. [2], 1, 555 


vi., 848 












Wichelhaus 






a- 


> 







170 


Aguiar 


B., 5, 372, 904 


25, 700; 26, 
















175 ; vii., 834 


e- 





>j 


.... 


170 


Liebermann and 


A., 183, 225 ; B., 


30, 81 ; 31, 60!) 












Hammerschlag 


9, 334 




3- 


TJ 


u 




170 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 1650 


36, 232 


0- 


V > 


j> 




170 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1188 




t- 


H ') 


4t 




185 


.... 


.... 


iv., 15 


0- 


=(ij.; 5 







210 


Lautemann and 


Z. C. [2], 1, 564 


vi., 848 












Agniar 






a- 


i - 







210 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 609 


a- 





>: 


.... 


211 ; 212 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 133, 225 ; 


24, 694; 26, 69; 












berg 


169, 86 ; Z. C. 


27, 159 ; 31, 














[2], 7, 211; B., 


600 ; vii., 835 














5, 480 




a- 


v 


it 


.... 


214 


Aguiar and Bayer 


B., 4, 251 


24, 356 


<i- 


M 


M 




214 


Liebermann and 


B., 9, 334 


30,81 












Hammerschlag 






a- 


> 


> 




215 


Ladenburg 


B., 11, 1651 


36, 232 


- 


> )> 


J) 




216 


Aguiar 


B., 5, 372, 897 


25, 700; 26, 171 


a- 


ji 


)5 


.... 


217 


Atterberg 


B., 9, 1188 




Nitroquinoline carboxylic 


N.COOH=a 1 fli 1 ; 


)1 




219-220 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 15, 3076 




acid 
















Dinitro-a-naphtliol (Martius 


OH^NOj^a.ajB, ; 


C 10 H 6 6 N 2 




130 


Clev-e 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


yellow) 
















r> " 11 fi 


>t r> 


>i 


.... 


137-138 


Fuchs 


B., 8, 629 




i ~~ 11 )) 


' '" 


1> 




137-138 


Neville & Wintlier 


< 


37, 632 


)! -<- 1 11 


?> ri 





.... 


138 


Darmstadter and 


A., 152, 299 


vi., 856 












Wichelhaus 






11 - |l- 11 )1 


i 7) 


) 




138 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 249; 


28, 1023; 31, 














B., 8, 689 


603 


.. - - 11 ,1 


1J IT 


1) 


.... 


138 


Ebell 


B., 8, 564 


28, 900 


1, " 11 ,, 


JJ JT 


1 




138 


Martius 


Z. C. [1868], 80 




'ft- 1. 


OH.NO s ;NO a =A?;3 1 







194 


Grcebe and Drews 


B., 17, 1171 


46, 1036 


1) )! 


11 11 


W 




195 


Wallach and 


B., 3, 846 


24, 355 ; vii., 












Wichelhaus 




841 


11 11 


11 11 







197 


Armstrong 


B., 15, 203 




Trinitro-a-naphthylamine .... 


C 10 H,(NH 2 XN0. 2 ) 3 


C 10 H 6 6 N 4 


.... 


264 d. 


Staedel 


B., 14, 901 


40, 724 


11 ' 11 


)1 


1) 




240-266 


11 


A., 217, 173 


44, 863 


11 -- i) 


I) 


) 


cf. A., 217, 


d. 266 


11 


B., 14, 901 


40, 724 








174 










Dinitro-fl-methylumbelli- 
ferone 


(N0 2 ) 2 .(HO).C 6 H.CMe : CH. 


10 H 6 7 N 2 


.... 


220 


Pechmann and 
Cohen 


B., 17, 2137 


46, 1332 


C00=(?) 2 .1.4.5 


Cinnanyl cyanide 


C 6 H 5 .CH:CH.CO.CN 


C 10 H 7 ON. 




114-115 


Claisen and Ant- 


B., 13, 2124 


40, 169 












weiler 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



503 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrosonaphthalene 


C 10 H 7 .NO 


C 10 H.ON 


d. 134 


84 


Baeyer 


B., 7, 1640 


28, 452 











.... 


89 





B., 8, 616 




Hydroxycomazone .... 


.... 


C 10 H 7 ON 3 




340-360 


Krippendorff 


J. p. [2], 32, 153 


48, 1243 


Phenylmalemimide 


CO.CH : CPh.CO.NH 

i i 


C 10 H.0 2 N 




210-211 


Perkin 


B., 14, 2547 




n-Nitronaphthalene .... 


C 10 H 7 .N0 2 


11 




43 


Laurent 


A., 78, 31 


iv.,14;vii.,834 


"' 





I'- 




56-261 


Mills 


P. R. [1881], 205 




- 


11 


ll 




58 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 234 


31, 600 


a- ., 


11 


11 


.... 


58 


Liebermann and 


B., 7, 245 


27, 692 












Dittler 






- 


11 


11 


304 


.... 


Koninck and Mar- 


B., 5, 12 


26, 303 












quart 






n- 


,1 


>1 


303-304 


58 


Jacobson 


B., 14, 1793 




- ,1 


11 







58-5 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 169, 81 ; Z. C. 


24, 695 ; 27, 












berg 


[2], 7, 211 


159 


a- _ ,1 


11 







58-5-59 


Guareschi 


G. I., 7, 24 


31, 712 


"- 


U 





.... 


59 





A., 222, 262 


46, 842 


"- .. 


11 


11 




61 


Aguiarr 


B., 5, 371 


25, 699 ; vii., 
















834 


n- (cf.G.I.,14,181) 


11 


n 


IBM 


61-5 


Schiff' 


A., 223, 247 


46, 1089 


Nitrosonaphthol 


OH.N0 2 =fta i; 


11 


cf.B.,15,1817 


109-5 


Stenhouse &.G roves 


A., 189, 146 


32, 50 


., 


n 


11 


cf.B.,17,801 


110 


ffuchs- 


B., 8, 1026 


29, 248 





n =A ; 





cf. B.,8, 689 


145-15t)d:. 





B., 8, 626 


28, 1023 


r, 


11 11 


11 


.... 


147-148 


Worm s^ 


B., 15, 1816 




11 


n 11 


11 


.... 


150-152 


Ilinski 


B., 17, 392 




.. 


ii' 11 


11 




152 


Goldschmidf 


B., 17, 215, 801 




11 * 


=tt,n 2 ; 


11 


.... 


175-185 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


11 


11 11 


1 


cf. B., 8, 689 


175-185 


Fuchs 


B., 8, 627 


28, 1023 





D ir 







190 d. 


Goldsclimidt and 


B;, 17, 2065 


48, 168 












Schmidts 






,| 


ir 







190 


Ilinski . 


B., 17, 2590 




Quiuoline carboxylic acid .... 


N.COOH=a>,3 1 ; 


11 


.... 


756 


Dobner iftndl Miller 


B., 16, 2473 


46, 185 


n i, . 


.> 


11 




157 


Jacobsen & Reimer, 


B., 16,. 2605 


46, 336 


)j 11 D 


=n.n,,; 





.... 


253-254 


Forst-& Bohringer 


B., 18,' 520 


42,982 


(cinchonic) 
















i 11 11 


,,- 







250 u.c. 


Clans anil Weller 


B., 14, 1922 




11 11 ?> 


i> ,, 


11 




356 u.c. 


Skraup 


B., 12, 233 


36, 656 


11 ji * 


u fl l/-*3 







271-272 


Riedel 


B., 16, 1613 


44, 1152 


11 'i * 


.. 11 


11 




273 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 18, 1644 




11 11 


' 11 







275 


Grsebe and Caro 


B., 13, 101 


38, 398 


i 11 


11 "i ! n \ 


11- 




186-187-5 


Schlosser & Skraup 


M. G, 2, 530 


42, 72 


11 11 


11 11 


n 




185-186 


Coste 


B., 15, 196 




,1 


?> 11 







187 


Skraup 


B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


i 11 


=,;/3, 


11 


.... 


255-257 


Fischer and Loo 


B., 17, 1901 


46, 1372 


11 n 


V ~~ a j i &2 







291 


Skraup 


B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


11 n 


1. 


u 


brown 280 


291-292 


Schlosser & Skraup 


M. C., 2, 526 


42, 72 


D 11 


=, ; (i. 


11 


.... 


a. 350 


Skraup 


B., 15, 893 


42, 1111 


n i) 


., ,, 







a. ftfiO 


Schlosser & Skraup 


M. C., 2, 519 


42, 71 


u 11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


a. 360 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 2574 




Acetylisatin .... 


G-H ..CO.CO.N Ac= 1 .2 


P TT O V 






Qntdfl 


B. 11 585 


34, 586 




i i 


1U 7 3^- 






DUUJA 






Phthalylacetamiile 


C 6 H 4 : (CO) 2 : CH.CO.NH 2 


11 




200 d. 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 10, 1556 


34, 230 




= 1.2 














Nitronaphthol 


OH.N0 2 =/3 ini ; 


11 




96 


Stenhouse & Groves 


A., 189, 153 


32, 51 ; 40, 736 


11 


D D 


)1 




100 


Dusart 


C. R, 52, 1183 


iv., 117 





1! 


v 


.... 


102-103 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 1792 




11 


=/3,jS.,; (?) 


11 




103 





B., 14, 806 


40, 736 


i^ .... 


=(),; 


11 


.... 


116 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 112 


46, 752 


n 


= n A ; 


11 


.... 


127 


Fuchs 


B., 8, 629 







11 n 


11 




128 


Liebermann and 


B., 7, 243; A., 


27, 692 ; 31, 












Dittler 


183, 246 


599 


11 


i 11 


V 


.... 


128 


Nolting and Wild 


B., 18, 1339 




51 .... .... 


,i 11 





.... 


128 


Worms 


B., 15, 1815 


44,69 



504 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrouaphthol 


OILNO^S,; 


C 10 H ; O a N 


...< 


128 


Liebermann 


B., 8, 689 


28, 1023 





=a,? 







151-152 


Darmstauter and 


B., 3, 944 


vii., 841 












Nathan 






..,. 


=0,-..,; 





.... 


164 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 


\ 








cf. B., 8, 689 


16 '4 


Liebermann and 


B., 7, 243; A., 


27, 692 ; 31, 












Dittler 


183, 246 


599 


,, 








.... 


164 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 113 







,, 





.... 


164 


Audreoni and Bie- 


B., 6, 343 


28, 1023 












dermaim 









n 


,. 


.... 


164 


Worms 


B., 15, 1814 




.... 










164 


Ebell 


B., 8, 563 


28, 900 


-Hydroxyciuchonic acid .... 


N.OH.COOH= ? 


,, 


... 


254-256 u.c. 


Weidel & Cobeuzl 


M. C., 1, 857 


40, 743 


? - .. (Ky- 


)J > 







257-258 p.d. 


Kretschy 


M. C., 2, 58 


40, 827 


nuric acid) 
















/3-Hydroxycinchonic acid .... 








.... 


320 


Weidel 


M. C., 2, 571 


42, 226 


Xanthoquinic acid .... 










a. 30.) p.d. 


Skraup 


M. G, 2, 587 


42, 223 


j3-Carbostyrilcarboxylic acid 


V -.Jj'^if^.. j 


> 




a. 320 


Friedlander and 


B., 17, 460 


46, 1020 












Gohring 






Jugloxime 


HO.C 10 H 5 O : NOH 






187-187-5 


Bernthsen and 


B., 18, 208 


48, 547 






si 






Semper 






Phthalylglycocine 


C 6 H 4 : (CO), : N.CH 2 .CO 2 H 


C 10 H 7 4 N 


.... 


191-192 


Drechsel 


J. p., 27, 418 


44, 1126 




=1.2 














Dinitronaphthylamine 


N l^.\^i^\.)^)^~^\ a ^pl j 


C 10 H 7 4 N 3 


.... 


233 


Ebell 


B., 8, 564 


28, 900; 40, 
















1132 





15 1) 


M 


.... 


SS5 


Liebermann and 


A., 183, 274; B., 


30, 81 ; 31, 608 












Hammerschlag 


9, 333 







=/*;/, 


J) 




238 


Grsebe and Drews 


B., 17, 1172 


46, 1036 


Nitrocinnamylformic acid .... 


NO 2 .(CH : CH.CO.CO 2 H) 


C 10 H 7 5 N 




135-136 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 15, 2862 


44, 341 




=1.2 














Nitrobenzalmalonic acid 


NO 2 .[CH:C(CO 2 H) 2 ]=1.2 


C ie H 7 0N 


.... 


161 d. 


Stuart 


.... 


47, 156 


,, ,, 


= 1.3 


D 




205 d. 





.... 


47, 157 


,i 


=1.4 





.... 


227 d. 







47, 158 


Nitrocarboxylcinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.CO 2 H).NO 2 .CO 2 H 





.... 


287 d. 


Low 


B., 18, 949 


48. 799 




=1.2.4 














Pieoline tetiacarboxylic acid 


5 NMe(CO 2 H) 4 


C 10 H 7 8 N 


.... 


199 d. 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 57 


44, 85 


Nitroso-fl-amidonaphthalene 


C JO H 6 .NO.NH 2 


C 10 H 8 ON 2 




150-152 


Ilinski 


B., 17, 392 


46, 1035 


Nitronaphthylamine 


NH 2 .NO,=a,; a. 


C 10 H 8 2 N 2 




118-119 


Beilsteiu and Kuhl- 


A., 169, 87 ; Z. C. 


24, 695 ; 27, 












berg 


[2], 7, 211 


160 





) "l^l > 





.. 


123-124 


Meldola 




47, 520 





=fti ; 





cf.A.,211,64 


126-127 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 1793 




' 








.... 


126-127 


Wittkampf 


B., 17, 395 


46, 1036 





,1 =a. j 







144 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 112 


46, 751 




=0.01 5 





.... 


158-159 


Liebermann aud 


A., 183, 233 ; B., 


27,692; 31,600 












Dittler 


7,242 







=",: ; 


,, 




190 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 110-113 


46, 751 


,. 


)5 5' 


D 




191 


Liebermann and 


A., 183, 233 ; B., 


26, 1232; 27, 












Dittler 


6, 947 ; 7, 242 


692 ; 31, 599 





)> V 


) 


.... 


191 


Cleve 


B. S. [2], 26, 241 


31, 208 





=1 




.... 


198 


Lellmann 


B., 17. Ill 


46, 751 


Diisouitrosonaphthalene di- 


C 10 H 6 (NOH) 2 =a 1 1 ; 


D 


p.d. 140 


149 


Goldsdmidt and 


B., 17, 2067 


46, 1359 


hydride 










Schmid 






Nitrosomethoxyquinoline .... 


N.OMe.NO= ? 


H 




80 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 2572 


42, 413 


Nitroquinaldine 


N.Me ; NO 2 =a,^ 1 ; a, or 0, 







82 


Dbbner and Miller 


B., 17, 1702 


46, 1373 


,, 


=i/3,; , 






137 





B., 17, 1700 


M 


Nitro-p-toluquinoline 


v - ' 






116-116-5 


Fourneaux 


B. S., 42, 337 


48, 400 


Methylcinnoline carboxylic 
i 


CMe I CH.N 2 .0 ( .,H 3 .COOH 

1 J 







230 p.d. 


Widmann 


B., 17,724 


46, 1022 


acid 
Nitro-amido-a-naphthol 


OH.NH 2 .NO 2 =ra(!)., 


C 10 H 8 3 N 2 




130 


Ebell 


B., 8, 564 


28, 900 


Nitromethylcarboatyril 




tJ 




181 


Feer and Konigs 


B., 18, 2397 


48, 1235 


Nitrophenylsuccinimide 


NO J .C 6 H 4 .N.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO 


C 10 H 8 4 N 2 


.... 


137 


Taylor 


A., 209, 374 


42, 181 




=1.2 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



505 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrophenylsuceinimide 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N.CO.(CH,,) 2 CO 


C 10 H 8 4 N 2 


.... 


156 


Taylor 


B., 8, 1225 


29, 602 




=1.2 

















=1.4 





.... 


208 





B., 8, 1225 ; A.. 


29, 602; 42, 














209, 375 


181 


Nitroso-amido-j9-methyl um- 


fr. C e H 2 (OH)(NH,).CMe : 


.. ' 




140 


Pechmann & Cohen 


B., 17, 2138 


46, 1332 


bel 1 if erone 


CH.COO=1.?.4.5 














Harminic acid 


... 


Jl 


darkens 300 


345 d. 


Fischer & Tauber 


B., 18, 403 


48, 820 


Methylic dinitrocinnamate .... 


NO 2 .[CH I C(NO 2 ).CO 2 Me] 


C 10 H 8 6 N 8 




127 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 210; B., 


48, 1137 




=1.4 








Miihly 


16, 850 




II II 


.... 


JJ 


.... 


104 


Friedlander 


B., 14, 2577 


42, 402 


Methoxydinitrocinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.C0 2 H).OMe.(N0 2 ).. 


C IO H 8 7 N 2 




192-193 


Perkin 


.... 


39, 417 


Dinitrodiacetylhydroquinone 


(OAc) 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 


C, H 8 8 N 2 


... 


94 


Hesse 


A., 200, 246 


38, 317 





JJ JJ 


Jl 


cf.A.,215,143 


96 


Nietzki 


B., 11, 470 




Ethylic dinitrophthalate 


CO 2 Et.CO 2 H.(NO 2 ) !! =l. 2.3.5 


JJ 


cf.A.,202,227 


18&-187 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B., 13,354;B. S. 


38, 478 ; 40, 




or =1.2.4.6 








batow 


[2], 34, 327 


436 


Phenyl a-hydroxycrotono- 


Ph.CH : CH.CH(OH).CN 


C 10 H 9 ON 




75 


Peine 


B., 17, 2113 


46, 1344 


nitril 
















11 51 


JJ 


11 




80^81 


Pinner 


B., 17, 2010 


46, 1292 


Acetamidophenylacetylene .... 


C 6 H 4 (NHAc).C!CH=1.2 
C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CAc : N=1.2 







75 
182-183 


Baeyer& Landsberg 
Baeyer 


B., 15, 60 
B., 12, 1314 


42, 623 
36, 938 




i i 


" 












Methoxyquiuoliue (methyl- 


N.OMe=a,/3 1 ; 







246-247 u.c. 


Friedlander and 


B., 15, 336 


42, 733 


carbostyril) 










Ostermeier 









I =i; a i 





265-268 u.c. 


Liquid 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 544 


44,91 


-, 


M JJ 





.... 


Liquid 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 2570 


48, 412 





11 =<"i ; #1 or a 2 


t* 


275(720)p.d. 


Liquid 


Fischer 


B., 15, 1980 


44, 91 





=o,; ft 





.... 


Liquid 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 557 


11 


Hydroxymethylquinoline .... 


N.Me.OH^^fta.,; 





distils 


sax 


Knorr 


B., 16, 2596 


46, 334 


,, .... 


11 







222 


.... 


D. P., 250, 533 


46, 757 


(Hy- 


=a,3,; ii. 





266-267 


74 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17, 1706; D.P., 


46, 1374; 48, 


droxymethylquinaldine) 












256, 134 


945 


11 11 


=ii3,; ft 





.... 


213 











11 ! 


=a 1 1 ; /3,oro,(?) 


,, 


.... 


230 





D. P., 256, 134 


48, 95 


J 11 





11 


cf. 220 


S32-23& 





B., 17, 1709 


46, 1375 


Hydroxymethylquinoline .... 


=a,; a,/3,(?) 


11 


.... 


92-93 


Herzfeld 


B., 17, 906 


46, 1199 





11 = a i 5 ft a i 





.... 


94-96 





B., 17, 905 


11 


n 


11 11 







95-96 


Fischer & Willmack 


B., 17, 441 


46, 1051 





i. 11 





.... 


95-96 


Herzfeld 


B., 17, 1552 


46, 1199 


ii 


11 ="i! "ift 







220 





B., 17, 903 


n 


ii 


11 ^ a l J a i a 2 





.... 


245-248 p.d. 





B., 17, 1551 


n 


ii 








.... 


a. 260 


n 


B., 17, 903 





? (base) 


.... 





280 d. 




.... 


J. E., 11,322 




Ciniiamylforniamide.... 


Ph.CH :CH.CO.CO.NH a 


C 10 H 9 O a N 


... 


129-130 


Claisen & Antweiler 


B., 13, 2124 


40, 169 


Phenyl suceinimide (cf. A., 


Ph.N.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO 


JJ 


abt 400 


150 


Taylor 


A., 209, 373 




68, 27 ; 162, 166) 
Ethylic cyanbenzoate 


CN.COOEt=1.4 


JJ 




54 


Muller 


B., 18, 2485 


48, 1227 


Etliylphtlialimide 


C 6 H 4 .CO.NEt.CO=1.2 

| J 


JJ 


276-278 


78-5 


Wallach and Ke- 


B., 14, 171 


40, 285 





11 M 


JJ 


cf. A., 215, 194 


78-79 


menski 
Michael 


B., 10, 1644 


34,70 


Acetyl oxindole 


C 6 H 4 .CHAc.CO.NH=1.2 

I | 


JJ 




126 


Suida 


B., 12, 1327 


36, 937 







JJ 




130 





B., 11, 587 


34, 587 


Ethy Ipseud isatine 
Ethylisatine .... .... 


C 6 H 4 .CO.CO.NEt=1.2 
i i 

C 6 H 4 .CO.C(OEt) I N = 1.2 


JJ 




95 


Baeyer 
Piiiicksch 


B., 16, 2194 
B. 17 2806 


46,75 
48, 256 




i i 


JJ 


.... 










Skatole carboxylic acid 


C 9 H 8 N.COOH 


JJ 




161 d. 


Salkowski 


B., 13, 193 




ii 





JJ 


.... 


164 





B., 13, 2218; 


40, 175 ; 48. 














Z. P. C., 9, 8 


569 


?-acid 


Ph.N.N I CMe.N : C.CO 2 H 


JJ 

C lt) H O N 




206 

17K 177 


Fischer & Jourdan 
BLidin 


B., 16, 2245 
B., 18, 1547 


46, 53 

48, 980 










i 1 \> itt 









3 T 



506 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet- 
& J. Ch.Soc. 


Isonitrosomethyloxyquinizine 


C 6 H 4 .N.NH.CMe.C(N.OH). 


C..HAN, 


sb. b. 100 


157 


Knorr 


B., 17, 2042 


46, 1378 




CO=1.2 

| 














Phenylmalimide 


Ph.N.CO.CH 2 .CH(OH).CO 


C 10 H 9 3 N 


.... 


170 


Arppe 


A., 96, 109 


iii., 798 




i i 














Isonitrosobenzoylacetone .... 


Ph.CO.C(NOH).CO.Me 





.... 


'123-5-124 


Ceresole 


B, 17, 815 


46, 1168 


Nitrocinnamyl methylketone 


N0 2 .(CH I CH.COMe)=1.2 





.... 


58-59 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 15, 2858 


44, 341 


ii >i 


J1 


)J 




60 


Fischer and Kuzel 


B., 16, 36 







=1-4 





.... 


110 


Baeyer and Becker 


B., 16, 1969 


44, 1120 


Ethylphthalylhydroxylamine 


C 6 H 4 .CO.N(OEt).CO=1.2 





270 p.d. 


103-104 u.c. 


Cohn 


A., 205, 295 


40, 586 




I i 














Acetyldioxindole 


fr. C 6 H,.CH(OH).CO.NH 




MM 


127. 


Suida 


B., 12, 1327 


36, 937 




1 1 1 














Aniido--methylumbelli- 


i,Z 

C 6 H 2 (NH 2 )(OH).CMe : CH. 






247 


Pechmann & Cohen 


B., 17, 2138 


46, 1332 




i 














ferone 


COO=?.1.4.5 




i 












1 














Nitroacetamido-a-toluic nitril 


NHAc.NO 2 .(CH 2 .CN)=1.2.4 


C 10 H 9 3 N 3 


.... 


112-113 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 836 


42, 1070 


Isomtrosomethyldioxyquini- 


C 6 H 4 .N.N(OH).CMe. 


!t 




135 


Knorr 


B., 17, 2042 


46, 1379 




i 














zine 


C(NOH).CO=1.2 














Phenyltartarimide 


Ph.N.CO.(CH.OH) 2 .CO 


C 10 H 9 4 N 




230 d. 


Arppe 


A., 93, 354 






i i 














Nitrobenzoylacetone 


NO 2 .(CO.CH 2 .COMe)=1.2 


.. 




55 


Gevekoht 


A., 221, 323 


46, 445 


Methylic nitrocinnamate .... 


NO^CH : CH.CO 2 Me)=1.2 


IT 




72-73 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 163, 131 ; 


25, 710 












berg 


Z. C., 7, 616 




,. 


=1.4 





200 


161 


Kopp 


C. B., 53, 636 


i., 988 


i> 


ii i 





281-286 


161 





J. [1861], 420 




Acetylisatic acid 


NHAc.(CO.CO 2 H)=1.2 


II 




160 


Suida 


B., 11, 586 


34, 586 


Nitropropenylbenzoic acid .... 


CO 2 H.NO 2 .(CMe : CH 2 ) 





.... 


154-155 


Widmaun 


B., 15, 2552 


44, 330 




=1.3.4 














Nitrosobenzylmalonic acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .ON : C(COjH), 


C 10 H 9 5 N 


cf. B., 16, 609 


120 d. 


Conrad and Bischoff 


A., 209, 217 


42,39 


Nitromethoxycinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.C0 2 H).OMe.N0 2 


n 


.... 


238 


SchnelL 


B., 17, 1383 


48, 1165 




=1.2.5 














Acetamidoisophthalic acid .... 


(CO 2 H).NHAc. = 1.3.? 


m 


.... 


270-280 d. 


Hofmann 


B., 9, 1301 


31, 90 


Nitrophenylazo-acetoacetic 


NCv(N 2 .CHAc.CO 2 H)=1.2 


C IO H y 5 N 3 


black 183 


185 


Bamberger 


B., 17, 2417 


48, 557 


acid 
















Nitroacetamidonitrocinna- 


(CH : CH.N0 2 ).NHAc.NO a 







250-252 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1139 


mene 


=1.4.? 








Lazarus 






Dinitroacetamidocinnamene 


(CH:CH 2 ).NHAc.(N0 2 ) 2 


u 


.... 


211-212 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2041 


44, 1123 





-1.4.(?) 2 


j) 




211-212 


Herzberg 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 662 


Dimethylic nitroisophthalate 


(C0 2 Me) 2 .NO 2 =1.3.5 


C 10 H 9 6 N 


.... 


121-5 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 490 


42, 1294 


Ethylic nitrophthalate 


(CO 2 Et).(CO 2 H).NO 2 





A., 160, 60 


110-5 


Miller 


A., 208, 244 






=1.2.3 or 6 














,, ,, 


=1.2.4 or 5 





.... 


127-128 





A., 208, 234 




Lutidine tricarboxylic acid.... 


C 7 H 6 N.(CO 2 H) 3 





.... 


212 d. 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 52 


44,85 


Nitromeconin.... 








159-160 


Anderson 


A., 98, 47 


iii., 863 


Methoxycinnamic acid diazo- 


(CH:CH.C0 2 H).OMe. 


C 10 H 9 6 N 3 




d. 151-152 


Schnell 


B., 17, 1385 


46, 1165 


nitrate 


(N:N.N0 3 )=1.2.5 














Nitroacetoisovanillic acid .... 


CO 2 H.OAc.OMe.NO 2 


C 10 H 9 7 N 


.... 


168-169 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 133 


34, 501 




=1.3.4.6 














Nitroacetovanillic acid 


=1.4.3.? 





.... 


181-182 p.d. 


Tiemann and Mats- 


B., 9, 943 


30, 525 












moto 






i, 





n 


.... 


181-182 d. 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 133 




Nitro-opianic acid 


C0 2 H.(OMe) 2 .COH.N0 2 =2 


ii 


.... 


166 


Prinz 


J. p. [2], 24, 357 


42,402 


.... ... 


=2 







248-249 


Wegscheider 


M. C., 4, 262 


44, 998 


Nitrohemipinic acid 


(C0 2 H) 2 .(OMe) 2 .NO ;j 


C 10 H 9 8 N 




155 


Prinz 


J. p. [2], 24, 359 


42, 402 




=1.2.3.4.? 














Benzenylazoximpropenyl ... 


Ph.c : N.o.CEt : N 

L 1 


C 10 H I0 ON 2 


255 


L. 10 


Schulz 


B., 18, 1085 


48,897 



















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



507 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Phenylethenylazoxime- 


Ph-CH^C : N.O.CMe 1 N 


C 10 H I0 ON 2 


262 


Liquid 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1071 


48, 898 




i > 














ethenyl 
















Acetamido-a-toluic nitril ... 


NHAc.(CH 2 .CN)=1.4 


)J 


.... 


95-97 


Gfebriel 


B., 15, 835 


42, 1070 


Acetamido-a- (or /S-) phenyl- 


NHAc.C 6 H 4 .C 2 H 2 N=1.4 


1) 




97 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 1024 




amphinitril 










Miihly 






Amidomethylcarbostyril 


N.OH=a, ft ; 


J) 


.... 


103 


Feer and Kouigs 


B., 18, 2397 


48, 1235 


Methylhydroxytoluquin- 


C 6 H 3 Me.N : CMe.C(OH) : N 


)J 


.... 


220 p.d. 


Hinsberg 


B., 17, 322 


46, 1053 




1 I 














oxaline 


















=1.3.4 














Fr. phenylhydrazine 


.... 


)> 


.... 


127 


Knorr 


B., 16, 2597 


46, 302 


? 








195-197 




G. I., 12, 31 




Phenylhydroxyethenylazoxi- 


HO.CHPh.C : N.O.CMe.N 


C 10 H 10 3 N 2 




65 


Gross 


B., 18, 1076 


48, 898 




I i 














methenyl 
















Tolylhydantom 


Me.(N.CO.NH.CO.CH 2 )=1.2 


)) 




176 


Ehrlich 


B., 16, 743 


44, 1106 




i i 














it " *" 


=1.4 


)1 




210 


Schwebel 


B., 11, 1128 


34, 798 


Ethylindoxylnitrosamiiie ... 


C 6 H 4 .C(OEt) : CH.N.NO 

i i 


) 




84-85 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 781 


48, 1102 




=1.2 














Ethylnitrosoindoxyl 


C 6 H 4 .C(OEt) : C(NO).NH 


5) 


.... 


135 


j) 


B., 15, 784 






=1.2 














Ethylisatoxime 


C 6 H 4 .C(NOEt).C(OH) : N 


)) 




138 


Baeyer and Com- 


B., 16, 1707 


44, 1131 




I I 
















= 1.2 








Sl/ULK 






Ethylpseudoisatin-/3-oxime .... 


C 6 H 4 .C(NOH).CO.NEt=1.2 

I 1 







160-162 


Baeyer 


B., 16, 2196 


46,75 


Ethoxycyanamidobenzoyl .... 


C 7 H 5 (CN)NO.OEt 


>J 


*... 


173 


Griess 


B., 2, 416 




m-nitrocuminonitril 


CN.Pr.NO 2 =? 





.... 


71 


Czumpelik 


B., 2, 183 




Azobenzene acetacetic acid ..,. 


Ph.N 2 .CHAc.CO 3 H 


C 10 H 10 3 N 2 




154-155 


Meyer 


B., 10, 2076 


34, 396 


jj jj jj ..- 





)) 




154-155 


ZUblin 


B., 11, 1419 


34, 880 


Phenyl di-isonitrosopropyl 


Ph.CO.(C.NOH) 2 .CH 3 (?) 


)) 


.... 


115 d. 


Ceresole 


B., 17, 816 


46, 1168 


ketone 
















Phenyl di-isonitrosoethyl- 


Me.CO.(C.NOH) 2 .Ph (?) 


*J 


.... 


178-179 d. 


j) 


)) 


J 


methyl ketone 
















Nitrosotetrahydrocinchoninic 


.... 


)) 


.... 


137 


Weidel 


M. C., 3, 73 


42,533 


acid 
















Hydantom of tyrosine 




5 




275-280 d. 




Z. P. C., 6, 254 




Ethylic oxalnitraiiilate 


N0 2 .(NH.CO.C0 2 Et)=1.2 


C 10 H 10 6 N 2 


.... 


112 


Hubner 


A., 209, 368 


42, 180 


Ethylic nitrophenylisonitro- 


N0 2 .[C(NOH).CO 2 Et]=1.2 





.... 


163 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 826 


40, 730 


soacetate 
















j> ii 


jj 


)> 


.... 


163-163-5 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 519 


44, 920 


Ethylic dinitro-a-toluate 


(CH 2 .CO 2 Et).(N0 2 ) 3 =1.2.4 


C^H^OeN, 




35 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 824 




Dinitrocuminic acid 


C0 2 H.Pr.(N0 2 ) 3 


)) 


cf. A., 69, 244 


220 


Lippmann and 


B., 12, 79 














Strecker 






Dinitrodurylic acid 


Me b .NO 2 .CO 2 H=1.2.4.3.6.5 


II 




205 


Gissmann 


A., 216, 207 


44,334 


Diacetdiamidodinitrobenzene 


N 2 H 2 Ac 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 =? 


C 10 H 10 6 N 4 


.... 


245-246 


Norton and Elliot 


B., 11, 328 


34,417 


5) 


(NHAc 2 ).(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 3 ' 


)) 




258 


Biedermanu and 


B., 7, 1532 














Ledoux 






Ethylic dinitromethoxy- 


CO 2 Et.OMe.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?)2 


C 10 H 10 7 N 2 




47 


Salkowski 


A., 173, 50 


28,72 


benzoate 
















j jj 


=1.4.(?) 3 






79 


jj 


A, 163, 59 




Methylic dinitroethoxyben- 


CO.,Me.OEt.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


) 




80 


jj 


A., 173, 43 ; B., 


vii., 336 


zoate 












4,872 


28,71 


Methylic dinitrohydroxy- 


OH.(NO 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 . 





.... 


87 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


phenylpropionate 


CO 2 Me)=1.2.6.4 














Dinitromethoxyphenylpro- 


OMe. (NO 2 ) 2 . (CH 2 .CH 2 .COjH) 







124 


jj 


J! 


jj 


pionic acid 


=1.2.6.4 














Benzoyltrimethyleneoxime ... 


Ph.C(NOH).CH.CH 2 .CH 2 


C 10 H n ON 




86-87 


Perkin 


B., 17, 1442 


44, 1155 ; 47, 




! 1 




























845 


Benzoylacetonamine 


.... 


) 


.... 


143 


Fischer and Billow 


B., 18, 2134 


48, 1237 


Mesitylcarbiruide 


Me 3 .(N : CO)=1.3.5.6 





218-220 


Liquid 


Eisenberg 


B., 15, 1016 


42, 956 


Carbomesyl , 


C 6 H 2 Me.CH 2 .CO.NH=1.3.5.6 






231-232 


Wispek 


B., 16, 1580 


44, 1096 






J) 


.... 



























3 T 2 



508 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diacetanilide 


Ph.NAc 3 


C 10 H U 2 N 


.... 


Ill 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 771 


24, 140 ; vii., 
















946 


Benzoylacetoxime 


Ph.CO.ON : CMe 2 


M 


.... 


41-42 


Janny 


B., 16, 172 


44, 581 


Benzylic iso-nitrosoacetone 


CH 3 .CO.CH : N.O.CH 2 Ph 


j> 




45-46 


Meyer and Ceresole 


B., 15, 3072 


44, 572 


> 








244 u. c. 




Ceresole 


B., 16, 835 




PhenylisonitroetLylmethyl 


CH 3 .CO.CH,,C(NOH).Ph (?) 


jj 


.... 


65-5-66 


)> 


B., 17, 813 


46, 1167 


ketone 
















Benzylisonitrosoacetone 


Ph.CH 2 .0(NOH).CO.CH 3 


> 


.... 


80-81 





B., 15, 1876 


44, 41 


is ,, 


I) 


)) 




81 


Meyer and Ceresole 


B., 15, 3072 


44, 572 


Anilacetoacetic acid 


Ph.N : CMe.CH,.CO 3 H 





.... 


81 


Knorr 


B., 16, 2595 


46, 334 


Phenylacetimido-acetate 


Ph.CH 2 .C(OAc.) : NH 


) 




129 


Luckeubach 


B., 17, 1423 


46, 1134 


Acetamido-acetophenone ... 


NHAc.(CO.Me)=1.2 


j) 


.... 


76-77 


Gevekoht 


B., 15, 2086 




j 


>T 







76 


Baeyer and Bloem 


B., 15, 2155 


44, 198 


Methoxycinnamide . 


OMe.(CH:CH.CO.NH 2 )=1.4 


) 




186 


Perkiii 


J. [1877], 792 


31, 411 


n 


=1.2 





.... 


191-192 


jj 


J. [1877], 793 


31, 415, 421 


Amidopropenylbenzoic acid 


COOH.C 3 H 5 .NH 2 =1.4.5 


Tl 




93-94 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2573 


46, 317 


Tetrahydroquinoline car- 


N.COOH= ai ; j3, or a s 


)J 


.... 


146-147 


Fischer and Korner 


B., 17, 766 


46, 1197 


boxylic acid 
















1 


.... 


J 


310 p. d. 


66 


Bruyn 


E. T., 2, 205 


48, 657 


Dimethylic phenylisonitroso- 


Ph.C(NOMe).CO s Me 


C 10 H U 3 N 




55-56 


Mtiller 


B., 16, 2987 


46, 584 


acetate 












. 




Ethylic phenylisonitroso- 


Ph.C(NOH).CO 2 Et 


J 




112-113 


Gabriel 


B., 16, 519 


44, 920 


acetate 
















Ethylic phenyloxamate 


NHPh.CO.CO 2 Et 


) 


cf. B., 4, 600 


64-5-65 


Klinger 


B., 8, 310 


28, 1025 


1 " 


* 


i> 


260-300 p.d. 


66-67 


M 


A., 184, 263 


31, 710 


Methylic hippurate .... 


Ph.CO.NH.CH 2 .CO 2 Me 







60 


Jacquemin and 


C. E., 45, 1011 


iii., 162 












Sehlagdenhauffen 






i > 


? 


JJ 


d. 


80-5 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15. 247 


32, 484 


,, ,, .... 


'J 


> 


.... 


80-5 


Campani & Bizzarri 


G. I., 10, 257 


38, 870 


Benzoylethylcarbamic acid .... 


Ph.CO.NEt.CO 2 H 


I) 


.... 


110 


Lossner 


J. p. [2], 10, 254 


28, 641 


Benzoyllactamide 


CH 3 .CH(OBz).CO.NH 2 





.... 


124 


Wisliceuus 


A., 133, 281 


vi., 772 


Phenaceturic acid 


Ph.CH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H 


5 




143 


Salkowski 


B., 12, 654 


36, 662 


Acetylphenamido-acetic acid 


Ph.NAc.CH 2 .CO 2 H 







185-186 


Giacosa 


Z. P. C., 8, 95 


46, 1061 


Phenylsuccinanaraic acid .... 


NHPh.CO. (CH 2 ) 2 .OO 2 H 


) 


.... 


148-5 


Menschutkin 


A., 162, 176 


25, 496 


Acetoxyacetanilide .... 


OAc.NHAc=1.4 





.... 


150-151 


Ladenburg 


B., 9, 1529 


31, 305 


Acetamido-a-toluic acid 


NHAc.(CH 2 .CO 2 H)=1.2 


)) 


.... 


142 d. 


Suida 


B., 12, 1328 




), ) )T 


=1.4 


V 




168-170 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 841 




Malontoluidic acid 


Me.(NH.CO.CH 2 .C0 2 R)=1.4 


51 


.... 


156 d. 


Eugheimer and 


B., 17, 740 


46, 1023 












Hoffmann 






Dimethamidobenzoylformic 


NMe 2 .(CO.CO 3 H)=1.4 


) 


.... 


187 


Michler and Han- 


B., 10, 2081 


34, 421 


acid 










hardt 






p-toluric acid .... 


(C 2 H 2 O).NH.C 7 H 7 .CO 2 H 






Ifift 1f{>i 


Kraut 


A., 98, 360 


v., 869 


Nitro-cuminic aldehyde 


COH.Pr3.NO 2 =1.4.6 " 




5J 




AUVJ 1 U*J 

Liquid 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2019 


46, 1352 





COH.Pr.N0 2 =1.4.5 


)J 


.... 


54 


Lippmann and 


B., 12, 76 


36, 464 ; 38, 












Strecker 




251 


IT 





)) 


Mil 


54 


Widmann 


B., 15, 167 


42, 727 


Amidomethoxycinnamic acid 


(CH : CH.CX),,H).OMe.NH 2 


)) 




189 


Schnell 


B., 17, 1384 


46, 1165 




=1.2.5 














Hippuryl carbamide 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO.NH.CO.NH., 


C 10 H 11 3 N 3 




216 d. 


Curtius 


B., 16, 757 


44, 1088 


A midopheny lazoace tacetic 


NH 2 .(N 2 .CHAc.C0 2 H)=1.2" 


)> 




157 d. 


Bainberger 


B., 17, 2420 


48, 157 


acid 
















Nitrotolylazoacetone 


Me.NO 2 .(N 2 .CH 2 .CO.Me) 







134-134-5 





B., 17, 2421 


48, 158 




= 1.3.4 














Pheuylmalamic acid 


NHPh.CO.CH(OH).CH 2 


C.OH.AN 




145 


Arppe 


A., 96, 106 


iii., 798 




C0 2 H 














Nitro-/9-phenyl lactylmethyl 


N0 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .COMe] 


J) 




58 


Baeyer and Becker 


B., 16, 1969 


44, 1120 


ketone 


=1.4 

















=1-2 


1> 


.... 


68-69 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 15, 2857 


44, 341 


Ethylic nitro-a-toluate 


N0 2 .(CH 2 .CO 2 Et)=1.4 


) 




62-64 


Bedson 




37, 92 


j i> 


' n 


) 


cf. B., 2, 209 


64 


Radziszewski 


Z. C. [2], 5, 358 


vi., 1102 





>! !> 








65-5-66 


Maxwell 


B., 12, 1767 


38, 120 


Acetylhydrindic acid 


NHAc.[CH(OH).CO.,H]=1.2 


J) 




142 


Suida 


B., 11, 586 


34, 586 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



509 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J.Ch. Soc. 


Urethanebenzoic acid 


CO 2 H.(NH.CO 2 Et)=1.3 


C 10 H n 4 N 


cf. B.,11, 701 


189 


Griess 


B., 9, 796 


30, 413 


Dimethylic amidoisophtha- 


(CO 2 Me).,.NH 2 =].3.5 







176 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 504 


42, 1296 


late 
















Ethylic p-nitrotoluate 


(CO 2 Et).Me.NO 2 =? 







55 


Beilstein & Kreuslei 


A., 144, 174 




Nitrotolylpropionic acid 


Me.NO 2 .[(CH 2 ) .CO..H] 







130-136 


Effront 


B., 17, 2328 


48, 152- 




=1,2.5 














Propylnitrobenzoic 


CO 2 H.Pra.NO 2 =1.4.? 





.... 


113 


Korner 


A., 216, 230 




Isopropylnitrobeuzoic acid .... 


CO 2 H.Pr/3.NO 2 =1.4.5 







157 


Paterno and Fileti 


G. I., 5, 383 


20, 595 


V )) 


.. 







157-158 


Widmann 


B., 15, 2548 




.... 


r> 


M 




158 u. c. 


Lippmanu and 


B., 12, 78; 


36, 464 ; 38, 












Strecker 


W. A., 78, 570 


251 


.. ... 


n v 







158 


Lippmann & Lange 


B., 13, 1661 


40, 276 


Nitroeugenol 


C 3 H 5 .OMe.OH.N0 2 = 1.3.4.5 







43-44 


Weselsky & Benedikt 


M. C., 3, 388 


42, 1201 


Nitroxylylacetic acid 


Me 2 .NO 2 .(CH 2 .CO 2 H) 


" 


.... 


139 


Wispek 


B., 16, 1579 


44, 1096 


Niti odiacetdiamidobenzene ... 


(NHAc) 2 .NO 2 =1.4.5 


C.oH^O^ 




184 


Biedermann and 


B., 7, 1533 














Ledoux 






,1 n 










186 


Ladenburg 


B., 17, 148 


46, 738 


,. - 


=1.3.2 





.... 


246 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 1258 


28, 273 


Dinitromethylhydroquinoline 


C 9 H 8 NMe(NO 2 ) 2 


D 




148 


Feer and Konigs. 


B., 18, 2390 


48, 1245 


Phenyltartaramic acid _ 


NHPh.CO.(CH.OH) 2 .C0 2 H 


C 10 H U 5 N 




180 d. 


Arppe 


A., 93, 355 




Ethylic nitromandelate 


NO 2 .[CH(OH).CO 2 Et]=1.3 







63 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 382 


48, 983 


Methylic nitrophenyl /3-lac- 


NO 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .CO 2 Me) 


., 




50-51 


Einhorn and Praus 


B., 17, 1660 


46, 1351 


tate 


=1.2 








nitz . 






n 










51 


Einhorn 


B., J6, 2214 


46, 66 





= 1.4 


n 


.... 


73-74 


Easier 


B., 16; 3007., 


46, 604 


j iy w 


>r 







73-74 


Einhorn and Praus 


, B., 17, 166L, 


46, 1351 












nitz . 






Ethylic nitranisate 


N0 2 .OMe.C0 2 Et=?.1.4 


,, 


.... 


98-100 


Cahours 


A. C. [3], 14, 492 


i., 302 


Methylic nitrohydro-p-cou- 


NO 2 .OH.(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 Me) 







64 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


marate 


=U.4 














Nitrohydroxyisopropylben- 


NO 2 .(CMe 2 OH).CO 2 H=5.4. 1 


n 


.... 


190-191 


Widmann. 


B;, 15, 2549 


44, 330 


zoic acid 
















Ethoxynitrotoluic acid 


CO 2 Et.Me.OEt.NO 2 =1.4.2.? 





.... 


161-162^ 


Paterno & Canzoner 


G. I., 9, 455 


38, 247 


Ethylic acetylcomenamate .... 


C s H 2 N.OH.OAc.CO !! Et 





fr. pyridine 


152 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 29, 57 


48, 49 


? 


NO 2 .[C(NH 2 ) : N.O.CO 2 Et] 


C 10 H U 6 N 3 


.... . 


152-153 


Schopff 


B., 18, 1066 


48, 896 




=1.3 














Methylic nitro-dimethylpro- 


C0 2 Me.(OMe) 2 .N0 2 =1.3.4.? 


C 10 H u OiN 




127-128 


Matsmoto . 


B., 11, 134 


34,502 


tocatechuate 
















Methyh'c nitroveratrate 


,, 


- 




143-144 


11- 


B., 11, 132 


34, 501 


dinitro-amidohydro- 


NH 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 . 


C 10 H U O 6 N 3 




102 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


cinnamate 


CO 2 Me)=1.2.6.4 














Trinitroisocymene 


Pr0.Me.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.(?) 3 , 


1>- 




72-73 


Kelbe 


A., 210, 54 


48,301 


Trinitrocymene 


Pr.Me.(NOj) 3 =1.4.(?), , 







119 


Fittig and others 


A., 145, 142 




Trinitroethylxylene 


Me 2 .Et.(NO 2 ) 3 = ? 





.... 


119 


Fittig and Ernst 


A.,139, 194 


v., 1058 


>. , 


.. 


IV 




119 


Eommier 


B. S. [2], 19, 434 


26, 888 





=1.3.5.2.4.6 







238 


Jacobsen 


B., 7, 1430 


28, 259 


Trinitrothymol 


Pr.Me.OH.(NO 2 ) 3 =1.4 


C 10 H n 7 N 3 


.. 


111 


Lallemand 


A. C. [3], 49, 153 


v., 795 


Trinitrodiethoxybenzene 


(OEt) 2 .(N0 2 ) 3 =1.3.(?) 3 


C.^.O.N, 




120-5 


Stenhouse 


A., 141, 227 




I! 


=1.4.2.3.5 


it- 




130 


Nietzki 


A., 215, 153 


44, 466 


1! ), 





,,_ 


... 


133 





B., 11, 1448 


34, 867 


Phenylallylcarbamide 


CO.N 2 H 2 Ph(C 3 H 5 ) 


C 10 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


96-97 


Maly 


Z. C. [2], 5, 263 


vi., 1089 


a-phenylhydrazidoisobutyric 


Ph.N.CMe 2 .CO.NH 






175 


Eeissert 


B., 17, 1459 


46, 1153 


anhydride 


1 1 
















Toluene azoacetone 


Me.(N s .CH 2 .COMe)=1.4 


n- 




114-115 


Eichter & Miinzer 


B., 17, 1928 


46, 1342 


Tetrahydroquinoline carba- 


C,H 10 N.CO.NH, 





.... 


146-5 


Hoffmann and 


B., 16, 733 


44, 1144 


mide 










Konigs 






Methylphenylhydrazinepyro- 


Ph.NMe.N : CMe.CO 2 H 


C 10 H 12 O 2 N 2 




78 ; sf. 70 


Fisher and Jourdan 


B., 16, 2245 


46, 53 


racemic acid 
















Propionylbenzenylainidoxime 


NH 2 .CPh : NO.CO.Et 


IT 


.... 


93 


Schulz 


B., 18, 1084 


48, 897 


Ethylphenylhydrazinegly- 


N 2 EtPh : CH.CO 2 H 





.... 


121 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 535 


oxylic acid 

















510 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetylphenylethenylamid- 


Ph.CH 2 .C(NH 2 ) : NOAc 


C 10 H 12 O 2 N 2 


.... 


124 


Kuudsen 


B., 18, 1070 


48, 897 


oxime 
















Phenylpropionylcarbamide .... 


NHPh.CO.NH.C 3 H 5 O 


n 




137 


Kiilm 


B., 17, 2882 


48, 260 


Ethylbenzoylcarbauiide 


NHEt.CO.NHBz 


?) 


.... 


168 


Leuckart 


J. p. [2], 21, 33 







H 


) 


.... 


192 


Miquel 


A. C. [5], 11, 318 


32, 870 


Ethylphenyloxamide 


NHEt.CO.CO.NHPh 


n 


.... 


169 


Wallach and West 


B., 9, 263 


30, 184 


,, .... 


J) 





of. R, 14, 740 


169-170 


Wallach 


A., 184, 66 


32, 186 


Phenylsuccinamide .... 


NH 2 .CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.N HPh 





.... 


181 


Menschutkin 


A., 162, 182 


25, 497; vii., 
















1103 


Methylbenzylacetoximic acid 


HON : CMe.C(CH,Ph) : NOH 


19 




180-181 


Schramm 


B., 16, 181 


44, 590 


Isophthalimido methyl ether 


C 6 H 4 [C(OMe) : NH] 2 =1.3 







59-62 


Luckenbach 


B., 17, 1432 


46, 1158 


Methy Initrosomethy lace t- 


NHAc.(CHMe.NO)=1.2 


?! 


.... 


109 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 2340 


42, 189 


amidobeuzene 
















Diacetdiamidobenzene 


(NHAe) 2 =1.3 


) 


.... 


189 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 





JJ 


n 


.... 


191 


Barbaglia 


B., 7, 1257 


28, 273, 





=1.4 


> 




a. 295 


Ledoux 


B., 7, 1531 




Xylenedicarboxylamide 


(CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ) 2 =1.4 


>j 




a. 290 


Klippert 


B., 9, 1768 


31, 468 


Nitrosotetrahydromethoxy- 


N.OH=a!; ai 







80 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 2572 




quinoline 
















Nitromethylhydroquinoline 


C 9 H 9 NMe.NO 2 





... 


93-94 


Feer and Konigs 


B., 18, 2390 


48, 1245 


Ethylic phenylallophanate .... 


NHPh.CO.NH.CO 2 Et 


IO H 12 S N S 


.... 


120 


Stojentin 


J. p., 32, 1 


48, 1196 


benzenylamidoxime 


NH 2 .CPh : N.O.CO 2 Et 


>j 




127 


Falck 


B., 18, 2467 


48, 1217 


carbonate 
















Acetylphenylhydroxyethen- 


HO.CHPh.C(NH 2 ) : NOAc 


) 


.... 


140 d. 


Gross 


B., 18, 1076 




ylamidoxime 
















Phenylmethylhydantoic acid 


NHPh.CO.NH.CHMe.CO.jH 





.... 


170 d. 


KUhn 


B., 17, 2884 


48, 261 


Ethylacetonitroanilide 


NO 2 .NEtAc=1.4 


)) 




117-5 


Weller 


B., 16, 31 


44, 579 





>! 


)) 


MM 


118 


Nolting and Collin 


B., 17, 267 


46, 1013 


Ethylic benzenylamidoxime- 


C0 2 Et.[C(NH 2 ) : N.OH]=1.4 


)) 




135 


Miiller 


B., 18, 2486 


48, 1227 


carboxylate 
















Urethane benzaniide 


(CO:mi 2 ).(NH.CO 2 Et)=1.3 





.... 


157-158 


Wachendorff 


B., 11, 704 


34, 675 


Ethylic uramidobeuzoate ... 


CO s Et.(NH.CO.NH ! )=1.3 


ij 


.... 


176 


Griess 


J. p. [2], 4, 293 


25,81; vii., 166 


Dimethamidophenyloxamic 


NMe- 2 .(NH.CO.C0 2 H)=1.4 


)) 


.... 


192 d. 


Sendtner 


B., 12, 531 


36, 627 


acid 
















Tolylhydautoic acid 


Me.[N(CO.NH s )(CH 8 .CO 2 H); 


:j 


.... 


d. w. m. 200 


Schwebel 


B., 11, 1129 


34, 798 




=1.4 














Acetamidonitroethylbenzene 


Et.NHAc.NO 2 =1.4.? 





-.... 


45-47 


Paucksch 


B., 17, 770 


46, 1143 


Nitroacetoxylidiue 


Me 2 .NHAc.NO 2 = 1 .3.2.4 





.... 


149 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2426 


48, 145 


,, 


=1.3.4.6 





.... 


159-160 





B., 17, 2425 


J> 


,1 ... 


=1.3.4.? 


> 


.... 


172-173 


Hofmann 


B., 9, 1297 


31,92 





=1.3.5.?(?) 





... 


180 


Wroblewsky 


B., 10, 1248; 


34, 55; 40, 433 














A., 207, 93 




,, 


=1.4.(?) 2 


^J 


.... 


192 


Schaumann 


B., 11, 1538 


36, 52 


Nitrophenylhydroxyacet- 


NO 2 .[CH(OH).C(OEt) : NH; 


C 10 H 12 4 N 2 




84 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 31, 382 


48, 983 


imidoether 


=1.3 














Ethylic uitramido-a-toluate... 


(CH2.CO 2 Et).NO 2 .NH 2 =1.2.4 


J) 


.... 


100 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 825 


40, 730 


Dinitrocymene 


Pr.Me.(NO 2 ) 2 =? 


JJ 


It*. 


54 


Kraut 


A., 92, 71 


ii., 297 


,, .... ... 


j> n 





cf. J. [1873], 


205 or 250 (? 


Konunier 


B. S. [2], 19, 434 


26,888 








368 










Dinitroisodurene 


Me 4 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.3.5.4.6 


n 


.... 


156 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1853 


44, 52 





=1.3.4.6.2.5 





.._, 


199; SOS 


Jannasch and Fittig 


Z. C. [2], 6, 162 


vi., 828 


? acid 


.... 







240 +d. 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 24, 239 


40, 1144; 44, 














26,197; B., 16, 


340 














756 




Dinitroisobutylphenol 


Bu0.0H.(N0 2 ) 2 =? 


Q 10 H 12 S N 3 


.... 


93 


Studer 


B., 14, 1474 


40, 898 


,, .. 


i) 


> 


cf. A., 21 1,244 


93 


Liebmann 


B., 14, 1843 




Nitroacetamidodimethyl- 


(OMe) .NHAc.N0 2 =1.4(?) 2 


)J 


.... 


164 


Baessler 


B., 17, 2121 


46, 1329 


quinol 
















Dinitrothymol 


PrMe.QH,(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.6.(?) 


JJ 


cf.B., 10,611 


55 


Lallemand 


A. C. [3], 49, 152 


v., 795 


a-dinitrodiethoxybenzene ... 


(OEt) s .(NO s ) s =lA2.? 


C 10 H I2 6 N 2 


.... 


130 


Nietzki 


B., 12, 41 ; A. 


36, 464; 44, 466 














215, 150 




P" 11 >j 


1) 


.... 


176 


?) 





)) 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



.511 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-dinitrodiethoxybenzene ... 
Dinitrodiethoxyphenol 
Benzyldimethylacetoxime ... 
Propylbenzaldoxime 
Ethylacetanilide .... .. 

Methyl propionanilide 
Butyranilide .... 


(OEt) ;! .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4.2.? 
(OEt) 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.2.(?) 2 
CMe 2 1 NO.CHjPh 
Ph.CH : NOPr 
Ph.NEt.Ac 

)) 

Ph.NMe.C 3 H 5 O 
Ph.NH.OC.(CH ) 2 .CH 3 


C 10 H 12 8 N 2 
C 10 H 12 0-N 2 
C 10 H I3 ON 

) 
I) 
)> 
)> 


190 d. 
225-226 u.c. 

248-250 
cf. A., 87, 166 


172 
152 
Liquid 

51-53 
54-5 
58-5 

90 


Nietzki 


Janny 
Petraczek 
Elsbach 
Eeinhardt & Stade 
Norton and Allen 
Gerhardt 


B., 11, 1448 
A., 215, 157 
B., 16, 175 
B., 16, 828 
B., 15, 691 
B., 16, 30 
B., 18, 1998 
A. C. [31 37, 329 


34, 867 
44,466 
44, 581 

44, 578 
iv., 480 










92 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 


A cetam id oethy Ibenzene 

5) " 

j* 
1> 



Acetylmethyltoluide 


,, .... 

T> 
,, .... 

Cuminaldoxime 
Acetoxylide .... 


Et.NHAc=1.2 


=1.4 

>1 

>1 

Me.NMeAc=1.2 



=1.3 

=1.4 

J > 

Pr.(CH I NOH)=? 
Me 2 .NHAc=1.2.4 


1) 
J 

B 
Jl 
i 



)? 
J 
)) 


304-305 
315-317 

250-251 
260 

283 


110-112 

94 
94 
94-5 

55-56 
66 
81 
83 
52 
99 


Paucksch 
Beilstein and Kuhl 
berg 


Paucksch 
Benz 
Reinhardt&Stadel 
Monnet & Nolting 


Claus and Steinberg 
Thomsen 
Westenberger 
Jacobsen 


B., 17, 768 
A., 156,208;Z.C 
[2], 5, 524 

?> 
B., 17, 768 
B., 15, 1649 
B., 16, 30 
B., 11, 2279 

M 

B., 18, 914 
B., 10,1583 
B., 16J 2904 
B., 17, 161 


46, 1143 
46, 1143; vi., 
292, 1131 

)) 

46, 1143 

44, 578 
36, 310 

34, 218 
46, 581 
46, 737 




1 




cf. A., 208, 322 


112-113 


Genz 


Z. C. [21, 6, 216 


vi., 1131 




1.3.4 






123 


Tawildarow 


B., 2, 553- 


vii., 1209 










12.7 


WVoblewsky 


B., 10, 1248 


34, 54 










127 


Schmitz 


A., 193, 179 


36, 157 








a. 320 


137 


"Wroblewsky 


A., 207, 92- 


40, 433 










127 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 










127-128 


Hofmann 


B., 9, 1295, 1300 


31, 90, 92 










128 


Grevingk 


B., 17, 2431 


48, 145 




=1.2.3 (?) 






129-130 


Staedel 


B., 16, 28 












131-132 


Wroblewsky 


B., 12, 1228; 


36, 920; 40, 433 










134 


Nolting and Forel 


A., 207, 100 
B. S., 42, 332 


48, 382 




1.3.? 






134; 135 










1.4.5 






138-189 


Schaumann 


B, 11, 1538 


36, 52 


,, .... 


>. )> 
=1.3.5 


)' 




138-139 

144-5 


Wroblewsky 


A., 207, 91 
A., 207, 96 ; B., 


40, 433 
34,55; 40,433 




1.3.2 






174 


Grevingk 


10, 1249 
B., 17, 2431 


48, 145 










175 


Nolting and Forel 


B. S., 42, 332 


48, 382 


Formocumidide 
Tetrahydromethoxyquinoline 
(thalline) 
Tetrahydrohydroxymethyl- 
quinoline 
Tetrahyd roxy quinald ine 
Acetylethenyltriamidoben- 
zene 
? 
Ethylphenylhydroxyaceti- 
mide 

v 
Phenyl amidobutyric acid (?) 
Propylic phenylcarbamate .... 
Isopropylic phenylcarbamate 
Ethylic phenylmethylcarba- 
mate 
Ethylic phenamidoacetate .... 
/3-phenatnidobutyric acid .... 
a-phenamidoisobutyric acid 


Me 3 .(NH.CHO)=2 
N.OMe=a, ; ft 

(NMe).OH=a, ; a, 

N.Me.OH=a,/3 1 ; a, 
NHAc.NHC 2 H 3 .NH 2 =? 

Ph.CH(OH).C(OEt):NH 

NH 2 .CHPh.(CH 2 ) 2 .C0 2 H(?) 
NHPh.CO 2 Pr 
NHPh.CO 2 Pr0 
NMePh.C0 2 Et 

NHPh.CH 2 .CO 2 Et 
CH 3 .CH(NHPh).CH 2 .CO 2 H 
NHPh.CMe2.COjH 


?) 
)) 



C 10 H 13 ON 3 

C 10 H 13 2 N 


j) 
j) 
)? 
) 


j) 
' 


282-283 

...4 

278-282 
+2H 2 

+5H 3 O 

d. 170 
243-244 
cf. B., 13, 313 


121 
42-43 

114 

Liquid 
85-90 

144 d. 
71-72 

72 
85-86 
57-59 
90 
Liquid 

57-58 
127-128 
184-185 


Senier 

Fischer 

Db'bner and Miller 
Salkowski 

Feer and Konigs 
Beyer 


Fittig 
Roemer 
Gumpert 
Gebhardt 

Meyer 
Balbiano 
Tieruann 


D. P., 256, 192 
B., 16, 715 

B., 17, 1707 
B., 10, 1693 

B., 18, 2392 
J. p. [2], 28, 190 

J. p. [2], 31, 382 
B., 17, 202 
B., 6, 1113 
J. p. [2], 31, 119 
B., 17, 3042 

B., 8, 1156 
G. I., 10, 137 
B., 15, 2042 


47, 768 
48, 1023 

44, 1140 

46, 1374 
34, 140 

48, 1245 
46, 65 

48, 932 
46, 744 
27,39 
48, 656 
48, 384 

29, 373 

38, 462, 542 
44, 199 



512 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetamidoethoxybenzene ... 


OEt.NHAc=1.3 


C 10 H 13 3 N 


. 


96-7 u. c. 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 32, 70 


48, 1212 


Methylic dimethamidoben- 


NMe s .CO a Me=1.3 


M 


270 u.c. 


Liquid 


Griess 


B., 6, 587 


26, 1146; vli., 


zoate 














187 


Ethylic tolylcarbamate 


Me.(NH.CO s Et)=1.3 





.... 


L.-47 


Cosack 


B., 13, 1090 


38, 713 


11 ,1 


=1.2 


-1 


.... 


32 


Hofmann 


P. R., 19, 108 


24, 139 


11 11 


V ) 





.... 


p 


Cosack 


B., 12, 1450 


38, 245 


11 1' 


* 


I) 


.... 


45-46 


NevilleandWiuthei 


B., 12, 2324 


vii., 253 


11 11 


V ) 


I) 


.... 


45-46 


Lachmann 


B., 12, 1349 


36, 935 


>! 


=1.4 


V 


cf..B., 3,^i56 


52 


Hofmann 


P. R., 19, 108 


vii., 1180 


a-tolylamidopropionic acid ... 


Me.(NH.CHMe.CO.,H)=1.2 


)) 




cryst. 


Tiemann& Stephan 


B., 15, 2039 


44, 199 


- ,, -,, 


=1.4 


H 


.... 


152 


11 


B., 15, 2037 


11 


a-Nitrocymene 


Pr.Me.NO 2 =1.4.5 or 6 


)i 




Liquid 


Landolph 


B., 6, 937 


26, 1227 


i, 


>i 





.... 


Liquid 


Fittica 


A., 172, 314 


28,59 


9- 


=1.4.6 or 5 


., 




124 


Gerichten 


B., 11, 1092 


34, 787 


u .... 


> ii 


i? 


.... 


124-5 


Landolph 


B., 6, 937 


26, 1227 


v 


! - 


V 


.... 


124-5 


Gerichten 


B., 10, 1251 


34, 49 


> 


11 11 


11 




125 


Fittica 


A., 172, 315 


28, 59, 60 


a-Amidocuminic acid 


Pr.CO 2 H.NH2=1.4.5 or 6 


n 




104 


Fileti 


G. I., 10, 12 


40, 424 





11 -)> 





.... 


104 


Lippmann & Lange 


B., 13, 1661; 1876 


40, 276 


> 11 


11 51 


> 


cf. B.,-7, 81 


104-4 


Paterno and Fileti 


G. I., 5, 383 


29, 595 


0- 


=1.4.6 or 5 





.... 


129 


4) 


H 


11 


11 11 


>! !> 


i> 




129 


Fileti 


G. I., 10, 12 


40, 424 


11 11 


11 11 





.... 


129 


Lippmann & Lange 


B., 13, 1661, 1876 


40, 276 


Xylylamidoacetic acid 


Me 2 .(NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H) = 1.3. ? 


., 


.... 


132-134 


Ehrlich 


B., 16, 206 


44, 594 


Nitrosopropylcresol 


Pr.Me.OH.NO 2 =?. 1.3.2 





cf.B., 16,243 


140 d. 


Mazzara 


G. I. [1882], 333 


42, 1200 


Nitrosocarvacrol 


=1.4.5.? 





cf.B., 12,383 


153 


Paterno & Canzoneri 


G. I., 11, 124 


40, 595 


Nitrosothymol 


=1.4:6.? 


i 


.... 


155-156 


11 


n 


n 


n 


11 11 


j) 


.... 


155-156 


Schiff 


B., 8, 1500 


29, 583 


,, 


11 .11 


ji 


slow Ht. 


155-156 


Liebermann 


B., 10, 78 







11 11 


.,, 


quick Ht. 


162-166 


11 


11 







11 


-M 


.... 


160-162 


Wi'dmanii 


B., 15, 170 


42, 728 


Nitroaoisopropylcresol 


Pr0.Me.OH.NO=?.1.3.? 


V 


cf. B., 16, V93 


165-1 67 d. 


Mazzara 


G. I., 12, 505 


44, 463 


Nitrodurene .... 


Me 4 .NO 2 =l. 2.3.5.6 


11 


MM 


165 


Ador and Killiet 


B., 12, 332 


36, 527 


Ethylic lutidinecarboxylate 


N.Me 2 .CO 2 Et=1.2.4.3 


It 


246-247 u.c. 


Liquid 


Michael 


B., 18, 2022 


48, 1244 


11 11 11 


= ? 


M 


270-300 (?) 


Liquid 


Canzoneci and Spica 


G. I., 14, 448 


48, 751 


Methylcarbocollidylium de- 


C 5 HMe 3 NMe.COO 





abt. 340 


102-103 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 1025 


46, 1045 




i i 














nyunde 
















Dimethamidophenyl oxamide 


NMe 2 .(NH.CO.CO.NH 2 )=1.4 


C 10 H 13 2 N, 


.... 


257-250 


Sendtner 


B., 12, 532 


36, 627 


Reduction of dinitrodiethyl 


.... 


JJ 


mi 


233 


Nietzki 


B., 12, 42; A., 215, 


36, 464; 44, 


quinol 












151 


466 


Isobutoxynitrobenzene 


OBu0.NO 2 =1.2 


C 10 H 13 3 N 


285-290 d. 


L. 20 


Riess 


Z. C. [2], 7, 39 ; 


24, 221 














B., 3, 780 




i 


=1.4 





275-280 


L. 20 


11 


1) 


N 


Ethylanishydroxamic acid .... 


OMe.(CO.NH.OEt)=1.4 


JJ 


.... 


32 


Eiseler 


A., 175, 338 


28, 767 


Ethylic anishydroxamate .... 


OMe.(CO.NEt.OH) 


) 




84 


Pieper 


A., 217, 17 


44,462 


Ethoxyphenylamidoacetic 


OEt.(NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H)=1.2 


-^ 




120 


Vater 


J. p. [2], 29, 286 


46, 1144 


acid 
















Acetaraidodimethoxybenzene 


(OMe) 2 .NHAe=1.4.15 


- 1 




91 


Baessler 


B., 17, 2121 


46, 1329 


Hydroxypropylamidobeuzoic 


CO 2 H.NH 2 .(CMe. ! .OH) 


J 




nf. 270 


Widmaun 


B., 16, 2571 


46, 317 


acid 


=1.3.4 














Nitrocarvacrol 


Pr.Me.OH.NO 3 =1.4.5.? 


-^1 


.... 


77-78 


Paterno& Canzoneri 


B., 12, 383 




.- .... 


" 11 


' 




79 





G. L, 11, 124 


40, 595 


Nitrothymol 


1 4 fi ? 






o lit lid 


T> * 


GT ns7<vi 11 


oft ft/tn 




11 i ^.U. t 







.MM. I I . 


sr acerno 


. X. 1 1 / tJJ, 1 > 


**o, O*U 


i, 


11 11 


1 


~- 


137 


Schiif 


B., 8, 1501 


29, 583 












T> + r/"< 


GT 111 OA 


Af\ RO^ 




V 11 









x aicr no oc ^aiizoner] 


. 1J 11, 1 - i 


^*v oyo 










1 OQ 1 *>(! 




GT in OIQ 


00 QQQ 


n 


11 11 


J J 


..... 


13O iO 


i 


. 1.) ! M , --' 


OO, Oo*3 










1 Af\ 


T * lirtv 


Bin fti 9 


oo A'7'7 




11 ., 







14U 


1 jl (' 1 H ' 1 '] Hit 1 1 1 ) 


. j 1 > ' , D 1 Z 


*>i *t i 


Ethylic hydroxylntidine car- 


N.Me 2 .OH.CO 2 Et=? 


)1 




140 


Collie 


A., 226, 294 


48, 374 


boxylate 
















Nitrodiethoxy benzene 


(OEt) 2 .N0 2 =1.4.5 


C 10 H 13 4 N 




49 


Nietzki 


B.,12,39; A.,215 


36, 464; 44, 466 














146 




Fr. phthalimide 


.... 


i) .; 




90-94 


Landsberg 


A., 215, 195 


44, 476 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



513 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrocoerulignol 


Pr.OMe.OH.NO 2 =11.2.1 


C 10 H 13 4 N 


.... 


124 


Pastronich 


M. G, 4, 191 


44, 1006 


Ethylic ethylcomenamate .... 


C 5 H 3 EtNO 2 .CO 2 Et 







114-115 


Mennel 


J. p. [2], 32, 176 


48, 1204 


Ethylic dimethylpyrroline 


N.Me 2 .CO 2 H.CO 2 Et 





.... 


a. 200 d. 


Knorr 


B., 17, 1639 


46, 1368 


dicarboxylate 


=1.2.5.3.4 

















!) 1! 


jj 


.... 


227 d. 





B., 18, 1563 


48, 994 


Dinitrodiethylaniline 


NEt 2 .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


C 10 H 13 4 N 3 


.... 


180 


Lippmann and 


M. C., 4, 788 


46, 179 












Fleissner 






Diethylnitropyrogallol 


(OEt) 2 .OH.N0 2 =? 


C 10 H 13 5 N 


.... 


123 


Weselsky and Bene- 


M. G, 2, 217 


42,54 












dikt 






Ethylic phenylethenylamid- 


Ph.CH 2 .C(NH 2 ) : NOEt 


C 10 H 14 ON 2 


.... 


58 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1072 


48, 897 


oxime 
















a-Phenamidoisobutyramide.... 


NHPh.CMe 2 CO.NH 2 


J* 


.... 


137 


Tiemann 


B., 15, 2042 


44, 199 


Nitrosodiethylaniline 


C 6 H 4 .NO.NEt 2 =1.4 


M 


.... 


84 


Kopp 


B., 8, 622 




,, .... 








.... 


84 


Lippmann and 


B., 16, 1422 














Fleissner 






Acetyldimethdiamidobenzene 


NMe 2 .NHAc=L4 





335 d. 


130 


Wurster 


B., 12, 525 


36, 627 








jj 


.... 


131 


Witt 


.... 


36,360 


Propylphenyl carbamide .... 


NH 2 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 Pr=1.4 


l) 




143 


Francksen 


B., 17, 1225 


46, 1008 


Toluidopropionamide 


Me.(NH.CHMe.CO.NH 2 ) 







125 


Tiemann & S tephan 


B., 15, 2038 


44, 199 




=1.2 

















=1.4 


i) 


.... 


145 


n 


B., 15, 2037 





Pseudocumylcarbamide 


Me 3 .(NH.CO.NH 2 )=? 


t) 


.. 


d.w.m. 227 


Engel 


B., 18, 2233 


48, 1216 


Diazocamphor 


C 8 H 14 .c7c.N : N.6 





.... 


73-74 


Schiff 


B., 14, 1375 


42,527 


Diisobutyryl dicyanide 


.... 


C 10 H 14 2 N 3 


226-228 


L. 15 


Moritz 


.... 


39, 14 


Dibutyryl dicyanide 


.... 


j 


232-235 


.... 





.... 


39, 17 


Ethylic phenyhydroxy- 


HO.CHPh.C(NH 2 ) : NOEt 





.... 


89 


Gross 


B., 18, 1079 


48, 898 


ethenylamidoxime 
















Nitrodiethylaniline 


N0 2 .NEt 2 =1.4 





.... 


76 


Lippmann and 


B., 16, 1422 ; 


44, 868, 1100 












Fleissner 


M. G, 4, 284 




Diamidocuminic acid 


CO 2 H.Pr0.(NH 2 ) 2 =? 





.... 


192 


Lippmann 


B., 15, 2144 


44, 194 


Phenylacediamine acetate .... 


Ph.CH 2 .C(: NH).NH 2 +HAc 





.... 


192-193 


Bernthsen 


B., 8, 1320 


29, 607 


Fr. juglone 


C 6 H 2 2 (NMe 2 ) 2 





.... 


173-174 


Mylius 


B., 18, 467 


48, 804 


Ethoxycaffeme 


C 8 H 9 N 4 2 .OEt 


C 10 H 14 3 N 4 


.... 


140 


Fischer 


B., 14, 640; A., 


40, 614 ; 44, 














215, 253 


355 


Methylphenylpropylalkine .... 


NPhMe.C 3 H 6 .OH 


C 10 H 15 ON 


262 


*. 


Laun 


B., 17, 678 


46, 1011 


Ethylphenylethylalkine 


NPhEt.C 2 H 4 .OH 





267-268-5 


.... 





B., 17, 677 





Diethamidophenol 


OH.NEt 2 =1.2 





218-220 


Liquid 


Foster 


J. p. [2], 21, 367 


38, 465 


Ethamidoethoxy benzene 


OEt.NHEt=1.2 





234-235(751) 


Liquid 





J. p. [2], 21, 346 


38, 464 


Dimethamidoethoxybenzene 


OEt.NMe 2 =1.3 


jj 


247 u.e. 


Liquid 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 32, 70 


48, 1212 


n 








.... 


Liquid 


Baur and Staedel 


B., 16, 33 




Hydroxypropyltoluidine 


Me.(NH.C 3 H 6 .OH)=1.4 





290 


74 


Morley 


B., 15, 179 


42, 723 


.... 


jj 





293 c. ; s.d. 


74 





B., 16, 82 


41, 388 


Hydroxyethylmethyltolui- 


Me.(NMe.C 2 H 4 .OH)= 1 .4 





290-300 


Liquid 


Demole 


B., 7, 637; A., 


27, 903 


dine 












173, 133 






C, n H,, : N.OH 




v. C 10 H 17 ON 


66 '5 


p 1 1 i i. 


B., 17, 1578 


46, 1138 




*~'10'"'i4 * * 





240 d. 




' i oh iscl !i n i< 1 1 <i 1 1 1 i 


B., 18, 1730 


48, 1058 




J) 








Zurrer 






Amidocarvacrol 


Pr".Me.OH.NH 2 =1.4.5.2 


H 


.... 


304 


Paterno and Gan- 


B., 12, 384 














zoneri 






Nitrosohesperidene 


.... 





.... 


70-1 ; 71 c. 


Tilden & Shenstone 


J. [1877], 428 


31, 559 


Isonitrosoterpene 


from caraway 





.... 


71 








31, 560 





bergamot 





.... 


71 


() 


J. [1879], 396 





Nitrosoterpene 


oil of juniper 





.... 


128-5 








31, 558 


.... .... 


sage 





.... 


129 





J. [1877], 958 


31, 557 


:, 


.... 





.... 


129 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 2223 


48, 1210 












Zurrer 






.... .... 


.... 





.... 


129-130 


Tilden 


J. [1875], 391 


28, 516 


Nitrosoterebenthene 







.... 


128-8 c. 


Tilden & Shenstone 


.... 


31, 557 





from camphor oil 





.... 


130 


Yoshida 




47, 786 


Nitroso-australene 


.... 





.... 


129 c. 


Tilden & Shenstone 


.... 


31, 556 

*t TT 



514 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetyldimethtriamidoben- 


NMe.NHAc.NH 2 =1.3.4 or 


C 10 H 15 ON 


.... 


153 


Wiirster&Sendtnei 


B., 12, 1807 


38, 110 


zene 


1.4.3 

















,, 





+H 2 


82 











Camplierimide 




C IO H 15 2 N 


A., 60, 329 


180 s. t. 


Ballo 


A., 197, 332 




Hydrazineaniso'il carbamide 


MeO.(N s Hj.CO.NHt)=1.2 


G 10 H 15 2 N 3 




110 


Reisenegger 


A., 221, 314 


46, 440 


Nitrocamphor 


. C 10 H 14 .OH.N0 2 


C 10 H 15 3 N 




83 


Schiff 


B., 13, 1403 


38, 891 


Amidocamphoric anhydride 


C 8 H 13 (NH 2 ):(CO) 2 .0 





sb. 150 


208 


Wreden 


A., 163, 339 


26, 896; vii., 
















237 


Diethylic y-amidoisophtha- 


(C0 2 Et) 2 .NH,=1.3.? 


C l( ,H 15 4 N 




118 


Beyer 


J.p. [2], 25, 465 


42, 1296 


late 
















Nitro-oxycamphor 





n 




163-164 


Ziirrer 


B., 18, 2228 







' 







169-170 


Kachler & Spitzer 


B., 15, 2337 


44, 215 











.... 


175 


S warts 


B., 15, 2136 




? 


C 4 H 3 O.C(NH 3 .C 2 H 3 2 ). 





305-310 


153 


Tonnies and Staub 


B., 17, 856 


46, 1130 




CMe 2 .O 
















i 














Ethylic diethylcyanurcar- 


C 3 Et 2 O 3 N 3 .COjEt 


C.oHjjO.N, 


.... 


107 


Wurtz and Henn- 


C. R., 100, 1419 


48, 969 


boxylate 










inger 






Methoxycyanconiine 


C 9 H 1S N( : NH).OMe 


C 10 H 16 ON 2 


225 


..... 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 126, 353 


44, 353 


Methylhydroxycyanconiine 


C 9 H 13 N( : NMe).OH 





275-276 


76-5 





J. p. [2], 126, 348 





Dimethoxyhydroxycaffeine ... 


C 8 H 9 O 2 N 4 .OH.(OMe) 2 


C 10 H 16 5 N 4 


.... 


178-179 


Fischer 


B., 14, 642 


40, 614 


Amidocamphor 


C M H 14 .OH.NH 2 


C 10 H 17 ON 


246-4 


solid 


Schiff 


B., 13, 1404 


38, 892 


Carvoxime 


C 10 H 16 : NOH 




v. C 10 H 15 ON 


70-71 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 2220 


48, 1210 












Ziirrer 






Camphoroxime 





it 


249-254 


115 


Nageli 


B., 16, 498 


44, 728 


Isocamphoroxime 


HO.C 9 H )5 :C1NH(?) 







125 





B., 17, 806 


46, 1190 


Acetyl y-coniceme .... 


C 8 H 14 AcN 





252-255 


Liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 18, 116 


48, 563 


Methoxycyanethine .... 


C 9 H 14 N 3 .OMe 


C 1U H 17 ON 3 




130 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 235 


Ethylic mesitylate 


C r H 12 O.CO 2 Et 


C 1U H 17 3 N 


290 


85 


Pinner 


B., 15, 578 


42, 941 


,, 


)5 


J) 


.... 


tO 





B., 14, 1074 


40, 796 


Amidocamphoric acid 


C 3 H I3 .NH 2 .(C0 2 H) 2 


C 10 H 17 4 N 


.... 


160 


Wreden 


A., 163, 340 


25, 896 


Ethylimidodiethyldioxamide 


NEt(CO.CO.NHEt) 2 


C 10 H 17 4 N 3 




135-138 d. 


Schiff 


B., 17, 403 


46, 907 


Campholenic nitril+hy- 


C 9 H u ,.CN+NH. i .OH 


C 10 H 18 ON 2 


.... 


101 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 17, 2070 


46, 1364 


droxylamine 










Ziirrer 






Acetyl copellidine 


C 8 H l6 AcN 


C 10 H 19 ON 


254 


*.. 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 924 


48, 817 


Ethylic diethamidocrotonic 


NEt 2 .CMe I CH.C0 2 Et 


C U H 19 2 N 


160-163(20) 


-liquid 


Kuckert 


B., 18, 619 


48, 750 


acid 
















Ethylic oxyhexinamate 


C 6 H r O(OEt) 2 .NH 2 


C 10 H 18 3 N 


.... 


78-7 


Demarjay 


A. C. [5], 20, 490 




isooxyhexinamate .... 










94-95 





A. C. [5], 20, 492 




ethyldiglycollamidate 


.... 


C 10 H 19 4 N 


200-220 


.liquid 


Heintz 


A., 145, 230 




Isobutylvaleryl carbamide ... 


NHBu/s.CO.NH.C.H^O 


C 10 H 2l) O,N s 


.... 


02 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 758 


42, 1053 


Ethylidenepropylurethane .... 


CH 3 .CH(NH.CO 2 Pr) 2 


C 10 H 20 4 N 2 




15-116 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1082 


28, 146 


Caprinamide .... 


C H CO NTT 


p TT f\-\J 




Q 


TT f 


B. 15 984 






9 !&' " 2 


vl0**Jl"PI 


MM 


O 


xioimann 














i inn 


p _ 


A., 79, 243 




Triacetouemethylalkamine .... 


If 

C 9 H 18 NOMe 


I 




U. i\J\J 

4 


Fischer 


B., 16, 1606 


44, 1153 


Dinaethyloxyconine .... 


C s H 15 Me 2 ON 


I* 


25-226 


.liquid 


Hofmann 


B., 18, 119 


48, 563 


Ethyloxyconine 


C 8 H 16 EtON 


?J 


40-242 


.... 


Ladeuburg 


B., 14, 2409 


42, 166 


Alkaloid fr. Lupinus lutens 




C 10 H 21 2 N 


69-270 


2'5 


Schulz 


B. S. [1879], 874 


38, 416 


Tripropoxyacetonitril (?) .... 


(PrO) 3 .CN (2) 


C 10 H 21 3 N(?) 


16-219 


.... 


Bauer 


A., 229, 163 


48, 1121 


Diisobutylglyoxylamide 


(BuSO) 2 .CH.CO.NH a 




.... 


2-45 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1479 


36, 47 


Dipiperal ly lal kam ine 


.... 


C 10 IL 3 ON 2 (?) 


80-290 p. d. 


Liquid 


Ladeuburg 


C. R., 93, 338 


40, 1158 


Dioxyisoamylamine 


(C 6 H n O) 2 NH 




49-251 


L. 20 


Radziszewski and 


B., 17, 839 


46, 1190 












Schramm 






Allyl cyanide +ethylalcohol 


C 4 H 6 N.3C 3 H 6 


C 10 H SS 3 N 


73-174 


.liquid 


Rintie 


B., 6, 389 


26, 880; vii., 49 


Nitro-a-naphthonitril 


C 10 H 6 .N0 3 .CN 


C n H 6 2 N 2 




1 


Welkov 


B., 2, 408 


vi., 848 


)? ~ a ~ 










00-130 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2248 


46, 80 


<* 


i) 





.... 


52-153 




B., 16, 2247 


n 


-- 


11 





.... 


05 




B., 14, 1065 


10, 822 


11 <*' 








.... 


05 




B., 15, 1126 




-- ,, 





)} 




05 


3) 


B., 16, 2247 


16,80 


.. -3- ,, 


11 


11 


mpure) 


5-120 




B., 16, 2248 





i 








. - 









COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



515 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Nitro-/3-naphthonitril 


C 10 H 6 .NO 2 .CN 


C U H 6 2 N 2 


.... 


172-173 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2248 


46, 80 


?- 
11 * 11 


)) 


)) 




100 


)J 


B., 14, 1063 


40, 822 


.9 
11 * )l 





)J 




148-149 


)) 


J) 





Diuitro-a-naphthoic acid 


C 10 H 5 (N0 2 ) 2 .C0 2 H 


C..HAN, 




263-265 


Ekstrand 


B., 17, 1601 


46, 1361 


1} ~P~ ,, ,, 


)) 


) 


.... 


226 


M 


B., 17, 1603 


11 


a 
"-* 11 i) 


1) 





.... 


248 





)) 


11 


a-Naphthylisocyanate 


C 10 H 7 .N : CO 


C U H 7 ON 


269-270 




Hofraann 


P. K., 19, 108 ; 


24, 139 ; vii., 














B., 3, 658 


407, 844 




CjsH^OjNst?) 


C 11 H 7 O 3 N(?) 


cf. A., 21 0,89 


191 


Hesse 


A., 226, 241 


48, 276 


Nitro-[>-naplitlioic acid 


COjlLNO^a!.? 


C n H 7 4 N 




194 


Kuchentneister 


B., 3, 740 


vii., 838 


-a- 


11 i) 


19 


.... 


195-196 


Ekstrand 


B., 12, 1394 


38, 261 


11 ~ a ~ 11 11 


11 =,.? ; 


j 


.... 


"215 u.c. 





B., 18, 73 


48, 548 


11 ~ a ~ 11 11 


i, ="i ; "i or 2 





.... 


233 


D 


B., 12, 1395 


38, 261 


11 " Q " 11 11 


i' )> 


)i 


.... 


235 


Graeff 


B., 15, 1126 


43, 1212 


-a- ,, 


11 )) 


;> 


. 


238 


n 


B., 14, 1066 


40, 822 


11 ~ a ~ 11 11 


11 11 


J' 




239 u.c. 


Ekstrand 


B., 18, 77 


48, 548 


11 -- >. i) 


11 )! 


J) 




2W-242 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2250 


48, .81 


11 ~ U ~ 5) )1 


11 = fl l-? 


)j 


.... 


255 


3J 


B., 16, 2252 


) 


11 -P" 11 1) 


=/M 


) 




200 


?J 


B., 14, 1064 


40, 822 


-#- 


=ft.? 


)) 


.... 


220 


Ekstrand 


B., 12, 1395 


38, 261 


-|3- 


i )) 


)) 


.... 


228 


Kitchen meister 


B., 3, 741 


vii., 838 


,1 -3- 11 


=P,? 


*j 


.... 


269 u.c. 


Ekstrand 


B., 18, 1205 


48, 905 


-0- ,, 


=/M 


J 


.... 


280 


n 


B., 12, 1395 


38, 261 


11 -p~ 11 11 


=^i.. 


)> 


.... 


288-289 n.c. 


, - 


B., 18, 1206 


48, 905 


1! -P- 11 )> 


=ft.? 


J) 


.... 


293 u.c. 


& 


B., 18, 1207 


11 


11 -P- 1) 1! 


) 


)) 


.... 


295 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2252 


43,81 


Nitromethyldihyroxynaph- 


C 10 H 2 Me(NO 2 )(OH) 2 : 2 


C U H 7 6 N 


.... 


255-260 


Thorner 


B., 12, 1633 


38,47 


thaquiuone 
















Dinitrocitraconanil 


.... 


C,,H 7 6 N 3 


cf. A., 85, 21 


120 


Kudnew 


Z. C. [2], 7, 203 


24, 712 


Trinitro-a-methoxynaphtha- 


C le H 4 .OMe.(NO 2 ) 3 


C U H ; 7 N 3 




128 


Staedel 


B., 14, 900 ; A., 


40, 724; ,.44, 


lene 












217, 172 


863 


-s- 


J) 


J> 




213 


11 


)> 


n 


Dipyridilcarboxylic acid 


C 10 H 7 ON 2 .CO 2 H 


C n H 3 2 N 2 


.... 


179 . 


Skraup 


B., 15, 896 


42, 1112 


11 i> 








.... 


182-5-184 


Skraup & Vortmam 


M. C., 3, 370, 597 


44, 88 


Tolnquinoxalinedicarboxylic 


C c H 3 Me I (.N : C.C0 2 H)., : 


C U H 8 4 N 3 


.... 


d. 145 


Hinsberg 


B., 18, 1233 


48, 910 


acid 
















Dinitro-8-methylnaphthalene 


C 10 H 5 Me(N0 2 ) 2 


)) 


.... 


206 


Schulze 


B., 17, 844 


46, 1184 


a-naphthylformamide 


C 10 H 7 .NH(CHO) 


C U H 9 ON 


.... 


102 (?) 


Zinnin 


A., 108, 229 


ii., 682 


a- 





) 




137 


Liebermann 


A., 211, 42 




a- 


11 







138-5 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2447 


44, 326 


P- 


11 


JJ 




120 


Cosiner 


B., 14, 58 


40, 606 


0- 


11 


1 


.... 


128 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2447 


44, 326 


(3- 


" , 


5J 




129 


Liebermann 


A., 211, 42 




a-naphthoainide 


C 10 H 7 .CO.NH 2 





.... 


128? 


Eakowski 


B., 5, 319 




a- 11 


J 


5> 


.... 


202 


Leone 


G. I., 14, 120 


46, 1362 


- > 


H 


J) 


.... 


204 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 608 


a- 


M 


)> 




204 


Bossneck 


B., 15, 3065 




a- (misprint in orig.) 


5) 


)> 


cf. A., 142, 121 


204 


Hofmann 


B., 1, 39 


vi., 851 


a- ,) 


) 


) 




207 


11 


C. K., 66, 476 




3- 


)) 


)) 




192 


Leone 


G. I., 14, 120 


46, 1362 


a- 


)) 


) 




192 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 608 


P- 


)> 







192 


Vieth 


A., 180, 320 


30,87 


Pseudobenzopyrroline 


Ph.CO.C 4 H 3 :NH 


J) 




77-78 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 17, 433, 2956 


46, 1044; 48, 












stedt 




379 


Phenylcitraconirnide 


Ph.N : C 6 H 4 O 2 


0,^,0^ 




96 


Strecker 


B., 15, 1641 


42, 1281 


D .... 


)) 


11 


v.a. 100 


96 


Gottlieb 


A., 77, 278 


i., 993 


Fr. Anilidopyrotartaric acid 


.... 


) 


.... 


98 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1052 


48, 901 


Allyl phthnlimide 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :NC 3 H 5 =1.2 


n 


.... 


70-71 


Wallach & Kamensk 


B., 14, 171 




Hydroxfurfuraniline 


C 6 H 4 (OH).NC 6 H 4 O=1.4 


11 




180-182 d. 


Schiff 


A., 201, 358 


38, 391 


Aniluvitonic acid 


.... 


11 


.... 


241-242 


Bottinger 


A., 191, 321 




Nitro-a-ruethylnaphtkalene .... 


Me.NO 2 =a.? 


n 


.... 


Liquid 15 


Schulze 


B., 17, 845 


46, 1184 


-ft- n 


=|3.a 


11 




81 


11 


B., 17, 844 


11 



3u 2 



516 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitroso-methoxynaphthalene 


C 10 H 6 .OMe.NO=fta 1 ;(?) 


C 10 H 9 2 N 


.... 


75 


Ilinski 


B., 17, 2588 


48, 168 


11 11 


=a l a 2 ;(?) 







98-100 


11 


B., 17, 2591 


11 


Methyl /3-nitroso-a-naphthol 


O : C 10 H, : NOMe(?) 


n 


.... 


93 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 2225 














Schmid 






11 ft- 11 -o- 11 


n 







95 


Fuchs 


B., 8, 630 




11 "- 11 -- 11 


.... 


11 


.... 


98-100 


Goldschmidt and 


B., 18, 2226 














Schniid 






? 


C 10 H 6 :0 2 :NMe 







225 


Zincke 


B., 12, 1646 


38, 49 


Methamido-a-naphthaqui- 


C 10 H 6 (NHMe):0 2 





.... 


232 u.c. 


Plimpton 


.... 


37, 640 


none 
















Amido-a-naphthoic acid 


C 10 H,(NH 2 ).C0 2 H 


,, 


fr. C 2 H 6 O 


Sll-812 u.c. 


Ekstrand 


B., 18, 78 


48, 548 


n ~ a ~ 11 11 





11 


f r. H 2 O 


198-199 


11 


11 


11 


n *o- 11 11 


11 





sb. a. 212 


a.s. 196 


11 


11 


11 


-0- 








iaomeric 


211 u.c. 


11 


B., 18, 1206 


48, 905 


n ~P~ n 11 


11 





11 


219 u.c. 


n 


B., 18, 1207 


n 


11 ~P~ 11 11 


11 





11 


232 u.c. 


11 


B., 18, 1208 


11 


Acetoxyquinoline 


N.OAc=a,; a. 


11 


abt. 280 u.c. 


Liquid 20 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 541 


44, 93 


11 " 


= 0l ; 3 


11 


298 u.c. 


36-38 


11 


M. C., 3, 555 


11 


Quinoline beta'ine 


.... 





cf.B.,15,1254 


171 d ; u.c. 


Rhoussopoulos 


B., 15, 2007 


44, 96 


Hydroxyquinoline methyl- 


N.OH.Ac=a 1 ,/3 2 ; 





.... 


232 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 1838 


44, 1149 


ketone 










Gohring 






Methylquinoline carboxylic 


N.Me.CO 8 H=a 1 AA ; 





.... 


140 


Dobne and Miller 


B., 17, 1715 


46, 1376 


acid 
















11 11 








mm 


143-144 


n 


B., 18, 1641 


48, 1079 


Lepidine carboxylic acid 


=0,03/3, ; 





.... 


182 d. 


Besthorn & Fischer 


B., 16, 70 


44, 600 


11 11 11 " 


=a,/3 1 /3 2 ; 





.... 


234 


Friedlander and 


B. ( 16, 1857 


44, 1149 












Gohring 






Quinaldine carboxylic acid .... 


=n.j9, ; a, 





.... 


151 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17, 943 


46, 1200 


n 11 11 


=aj3, ; |3 2 





brown 240 


259 d. 


11 


B., 17, 939 




11 11 11 


11 = a A ; Pi r j 





brown 275 


285 d. 


11 


B., 17, 941 




Nitrocinnamylacraldehyde .... 


NO 2 .(CH:CH.CH:'CH. 


C U H 9 3 N 


.... 


153 


Einhorn 


B., 17, 2027 


46, 1345 




CHO)=1.2 














Acetyl-p-methylpseudisatin 


... 





.... 


172 


Duisberg 


B., 18, 197 


48, 544 


Phthalylpropionamide 


C 6 H 4 : (C0) 2 : C 2 H 3 .CO.NH 2 





.... 


193-195 


Gabriel and Michael 


B., 11, 1014 


34, 735 




=1.2 














Indogenide of pyroracemic 


NH.C 6 H 4 .CO.C : CMe.CO 2 H 


,, 


.... 


197 


Baeyer 


B., 16, 2199 


46, 76 


acid 


=1.2 














Phthalomethimidylacetic acid 


NMe.CO.C 6 H 4 .C : CH.CO.H 


n 


.... 


212 d. 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2453 


48, 1228 




I I 














=1.2 


Quininic acid 


C 9 H 6 N(OMe).CO 2 H 





.... 


280 d. 


Skraup 


M. C., 2, 592 


42, 221 


.... .... 





11 


.... 


280 


Forst & Bohringer 


B., 15, 521 


42, 982 


Ethylic nitrophenylpropiolate 


NO 2 .(CiC.CO 2 Et)=1.2 


C U H 9 4 N 


.... 


60-61 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2259 


40, 275 





=1.4 


a 


.... 


126 


Drewsen 


A., 212, 156 


42, 847 


Ethylic isatogenate 


3O.C 6 H 4 .N.O.C.CO 2 Et 


,, 


cf.B.,15,V80 


115 


Baeyer 


B., 14, 1741 


42, 198 


Nitrocinnamylacrylic acid .... 


N0 2 .(CH : CH.CH I CH. 





.... 


217-5 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2331 


48, 1223 




C0 2 H)=1.2 














Succinylamidobenzoic acid .... 


C 2 H 4 : (00), : N.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H 





.... 


235 


Pellizzari 


B., 18, 215 


48, 534 




=1.3 























... 


235 


Mure tow 


B., 5, 330 ; J. R., 


25, 1097 ; vii., 














4,295 


1103 


Benzylpurpuric acid 


Ph.CH,C(NO) : (CO.NH) : CO 


C n H 9 4 N, 


.... 


226 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 2849 


44, 315 


Nitrobenzoyltrimethylene- 


CH 2 .CH 2 .C(C0 2 H).CO.C 6 H 4 . 


C U H 9 S N 


.... 


176 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 18, 960 


48, 795 


carboxylic acid 


NO,=1.4 














Nitrophenylparaconic acid .... 


NO 2 .(CH : CH.CH 2 .CO 2 H)' 


C U H 9 6 N 


.... 


171 


Bolomonson 


B., 18, 2155 


48, 1224 




=1.3 














>i 11 


=1.4 


M 




163 


11 


11 


11 


Phenylfurfurazide 


Ph.N 2 H : C 5 H 4 O 


C U H 1() ON 2 


.... 


96 


Fischer 


B., 10, 1332; 


32, 887; 34, 31 














A., 190, 137 




i) 


n 


11 


... 


97-98 


11 


B., 17, 572 


46, 1150 


? 


Ph.C:N.C(OH).CH.CMe:N 

i | 


11 


.... 


215-5-216 


Pinner 


B., 17, 2519 


48, 159 



















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING TOUR ELEMENTS. 



517 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Die. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-naphthyl carbamide 


C 10 H 7 .NH.CO.NH 3 


C^ON, 


cf. A., 101, 90 


d.w.m. 250 


Pagliani. 


B., 12, 386 




/3- 








.... 


287 


Cosiner 


B., 14, 62 


40, 606 


Benzenylazoximepropenyl 


O.N : CPh.N : C.(CH_) 2 .C0 2 H 


CnHjoOjNj 


.... 


120 


Schulz 


B., 18, 2459 


48, 1219 


carboxylic acid 


1 1 
















Benzenyl barbituric acid .... 


Ph.CH 2 .CH : (CO.NH) 2 : CO 





.... 


206 


Conrad & Guthzeit 


B., 15, 2846 


44, 314 


Diacetylhydrazine benzoic 


C 6 H 4 .CO.NAc.NAc=1.2 





.... 


112 


Fischer and Eenouf 


A., 212, 336 


42, 1069 


anhydride 


1 1 
















Hydroxycarboxytoluquin- 


HO.C : N.C 7 H 6 .N : C.CO.NH 


C U H 10 3 N 4 


brown 250 


258 


Hinsberg. 


B., 18, 1231 


48, 909 


oxaline ure'ide 


1 1 


















CO.NH 2 














Nitraniline furfurol 


N0 2 .(NH.C 5 H 5 2 )=1.3 


C U H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


100-120 d. 


Schiff 


A., 201, 357 




Pyrotartaronitranil .... 


NO 2 .(N : C S H 6 O 2 )=1:4 





.... 


155 


Arppe 


A., 87, 228; 90, 144 


iv., 775 


Nitrophenyl /3-acetylalanine 


NO 2 .(CH.CH 2 .CO.NAc)=1.2 


,,. 


. - 


172 


Einhorn 


B., 16, 2648 


46, 305 


lac tarn 
Ethylic nitrosoindoxylata (?) 








121 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 781 




Nitrosoethylindoxylic acid (T 


.... 







200 d. 





B., 14, 1743 




Toluoquinoxaline oxalate .... 


C 6 H 3 Me.N:CH.CH:N 


.. 


.... 


135-136 


Hinsberg 


B., 17, 321 


46, 1053 




=1.3.4+C 2 H 2 O 4 














Nitrotolylsuccinimide 


Me.NO 2 .(N:C 2 2 :C 2 H 4 ) 





.... 


140 


Taylor 


B., 8, 1225 ; A., 


29, 602; 42, 181 




=1.7.4 










209, 379 




Ethylic nitrosoindoxanthi- 


NH.C 6 H 4 .CO.C(OH).C0 2 Et 


C U H 10 O 5 N 2 




113d. 


Baeyer, 'i 


B., 15, 777 


42, 1101 


nate 


I 1 
















Ethylic dinitrocinnamate ... 


N0 2 .j;.CH : C(NO 2 ).C0 2 Et] 


C u H 10 p 6 N 2 


...* 


? 


Friedlandef.. and 


A., 229, 233 


48,1138 




=1.3 








Lazarus 






,,, 


=1.4 





... 


109-110 


Friedlander& Mahly 


A., 2g9, 210; B., 


48, 1137 














B., 16, 850 







n 




.... 


109-110 


Friedlander 


B., 14, 2576 


42, 402. 


Ethylic nitroso-nitrobenzoyl- 


N0 2 .[CO.CH(NO).CO.jEt] 




.... 


220 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 17, 328 


46, 1024 


acetate 


=1.4 














Acetylmethylketole 


C 6 H 4 .CH:CMe.NAc=1.2 


C u H n ON 


*.. 


195-196 


Jackson 


B., 14,. 880 


40, 734 


Ethylcarbostyril ,. 


C 6 H 4 .NEt.CO.CH : CH=li2 


. 


250 s.d.. 


Liquid 


Friedlander & Os- 


B., 14, 1917 


42, 201; 












termeier 









>, 





255-256 


Liquid 





B., 15, 335 


42, .738 


Ethylpseudocarbostyril 


>! 





.... 


53-55 


Friedlander and 


B., 18, 1530 


48, 989 












Weinberg 






Ethylcarbostyril 


C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.CEt t CH=1.2 





.... 


168 


Baeyer & Jackson 


B., 13, 121 


38,407 


Dimethylpseudoquinoxyl .... 


OH 4 .NMe.CMe :CH.CO=1.2 





.... 


132 


Knorr and Antrick 


B., 17, 2877 


48, 274 


Ethoxyquinoline 


N.OEt= 0l ; H! 




285-287(718) 


s. in Winter 


Fischer 


B., 16, 717 


44, 1146 


Methoxytoluquinoline 


N.Me.OMe=a! ; a,aj 





225-230 


Liquid 


Herzfeld 


B., 17, 1551 


46, 1199 


Methoxyquinaldine 


=0,0, ; a, 





282 


125 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17, 1707 


46, 1374 


Toluene hydroxyquinaldine 


N.Me.OH.Me=a,(3,05 ; a, 


- 


.... 


185 


Knorr 


B., 17, 542 


46, 1198 


Pyrotataranil 


CO.CHMe.CH 2 .CO.NPh 
i j 


CnHuOjN 


300 p.d. 


98 


Arppe, 


A., 90, 139 


iv., 774 








n 




104 


Chiozza 


A., 91, 105 




Ethylindolecarboxylic acid.... 


Ph.NMe.N : CMe.CO 2 H 





.... 


183 


Fischer and Hess 


B., 17, 566 


46, 1181 


Tolylsuccinimide 


Me.(N.CO.C 2 H 4 .CO)=1.2 


,, 


345 


75 


Becchi 


B., 12, 25 


36, 462 


.... .... 


M 


n 


S88-340 $38) 


75 





B., 12, 321 


36, 527 








i$ 


.... 


75 


Michael 


B., 10, 579 




,i 


=1.4 





... 


150 


Taylor 


B., 8, 1225 ; A., 


29, 602; 42, 181 














209, 378 




.... .... 


.. 





.... 


150 


Sell 


A., 126, 164 




.... 








344-345(733) 


51 


Becchi 


B., 12, 321 


36, 527 


Ethylic amidophenylpropio- 


NH 2 .(C;C.C0 2 Et)=1.2 


j 


.... 


55 


Baeyer and Bloem 


B., 15, 2148 


44, 196 


late 
















Amidocinnamylacrylic acid.... 


NH 2 .(CH:CH.CH:CH. 


ji 




176-5 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2333 


48, 1223 




CO S H)=1.2 














Ethyl-p-methyl pseudisatin.... 


.... 







109-110 


Duisberg 


B., 18, 199 


48, 545 


Ethyloxycarbostyril 


.... 





.... 


73 


Friedlander & Os- 


B., 14, 1919 


42, 202 












termeier 







518 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Kairocoll (quinoline com- 


MM 


CuH.AN 




66 


Fischer 


B., 16, 719 


44, 1147 


pound) 
















Benzenylazoxime propenyl 


O.N : CPh.N : c.(CH 2 ) 2 .co. 


C n H n 2 N 3 


.... 


168 


Schulz 


B., 18, 2463 


48, 1219 


carboxylaruide 


i i 














NH a 


Isonitrosoantipyrine 


C 6 H ( .N.NMe.CMe.OH 


11 


explodesSOO 


cryst. 


Knorr 


B., 17, 2039 


46, 1378 




i 
















(NO).CO=1.2 
















| 














Ethylic nitrosobenzoylace- 


HO.N : CBz.CO 2 Et 


C 11 H 11 3 N 




120-121 


Perkin 


.... 


47, 244 


tate 
















Itaconanilic acid 




11 


.... 


189 d. 


Gottlieb 


A., 77, 284 




Acetamidocinnamic acid 


NHAc.(CH:CH.C0 2 H)=1.4 


11 


.... 


259-263 


Gabriel & Herzberg 


B., 16, 2041 


44,1123 


:i 11 





11 




259-260 


Herzberg 


C. C. [1884], 35 


48, 662 


Ethylic indoxylate .... ' w 


KC 6 H 4 .C(OH).CH.C0 2 Et 


)> 




120-121 


Baeyer 


B., 14, 1742 


42, 198 




=1.2 














Ethylindoxylic acid 


N.C 6 H 4 .C(OEt).CH.CO 2 H 


1) 




160 


11 


B., 14, 1743 


11 




i i 
















=1.2 














Nitrosoanilidopyrotartari- 


NPb(fO).CMe.CO.NH. 


CuHuO^N. 


MM 


173 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1044 


48,900 


mide 


r 


















CO.CH 2 
















J 
















T - 1 














Nitroantipyrine 


C 6 H 4 .N.NMe.CMe.CH 


)) 




270-280 


Knorr 


B., 17, 2040 


46, 1378 




L 
















(NO,).CO=1.2 
















1 














Ethylic nitrosobenzoylacetate 


HO.N : CBz.CO 2 Et 


C U H U 4 N 


.... 


121-122 


Baeyer and Perkin 


B., 16, 2133 


46, 64 


Ethylic nitrocinnamate 


N0 3 .(CH : CH.CO,Et)=1.2 


J 


.... 


^ 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 163, 131 


25, 709 












berg 






)> 11 


YI -11 


) 


... 


42 


Mtiller 


A., 212, 127 


42,841 


11 


11 11 


11 


.... 


44 


Baeyer 


B., 13, 2257 


40, 274 


11 


=1.3 


11 


cf.B.11,1783 


78-79 


Schiff 


G. I., 8, 294 


36, 321 


11 11 


=1.4 


., 


.... 


136 


Mitscherlich 


.... 


i., 988 


11 11 


11 11 


) 




137 


Miiller 


A., 212, 127 


42,841 


11 11 


11 -)) 


r> 




138-5 


Beilstein and Kuhl- 


A., 163, 128; 


vii., 348 












berg 


Z. C. [2], 7, 489 




Diactamidobenzoic acid 


NA Cs .C0 2 H=1.2 


11 


.... 


220 


Bedson and King 


.... 


37, 757 


? 


NHMe.CO.C 6 H 4 .CO.CH 3 . 


11 




145 p.d. 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2452 


48, 1228 




CO 2 H 














Ethylic indoxanthinate 


NH.C f H 4 .CO.C(.OH).CO 2 Et 
i i 


11 




107 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 775 


42, 1101 




=1.2 














Acetyl-p-methylisatic acid .... 




11 




172 d. 


Duisberg , 


B., 18, 198 


48, 544 


Ethylic nitrobenzoylacetate 


NO 2 .(CO.CH 2 .CO 2 Et)=1.4 


CnH.AN 


.... 


49-50 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 17, 327 


46, 1024 


Ethylic benzanioxalate 


CO 2 H.(NH.CO.CO 2 Et)=l .2 


11 




180-181 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 777 


42, 1101 


i) 


=1-3 


11 




225 


Schiff 


B., 17, 402 


46, 906 


Benzamsuccinic acid 


C0 2 H.(NH.CO.C 2 H 4 .CO ;1 H) 


11 




222-233 


Pellizzari 


B., 18, 215 


48, 534 




=1.3 














11 11 


n 11 


n 




230 


.... 


J. R, 4, 295 




i) 


=1.4 





.... 


225-226 


Michael 


B., 10, 578 


32, 616 


Nitrotolylazoacetoacetic acid 


Me.N0 2 .(N 2 .CHAc.CO J H) 


CuH.ANs 


.... 


176 


Bamberger 


B., 17, 2421 


48, 157 




=1.3.4 














-nitro-orcyldiglycollic acid.... 


.* 


C U H H 8 N 




140 


Saarbach 


J. p. [2], 21, 170 




Benzenylazoximebutenyl .... 


Ph,C:N.O.CPr:N 
1 1 


C U H 12 ON S 


265 


Liquid 


Schulz 


B., 18, 1085 


48,897 


Dimethyloxyquinizine 




) 


.... 


113 


Knorr 


B., 17, 549 


46, 1153 




1 1 














11 .... 


C 6 H 4 .N.NH.CMe.CHMe.CO 


)) 


.... 


127-132 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 17, 2050 


46, 1380 




' i 
















=1.2 














Tolumethyloxyquinizine 


C 6 H 3 Me.N.NH.CMe. 

i 


11 




183 


Knorr 


B., 17, 550 


46, 1153 




CHMe.CO=1.2.3 
















1 














11 


=1.4.5 


J 


.... 


140 


11 


11 






COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



519 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Anilidopyrotartarimide 


CO.NH.CO.CF 2 .CMe.NHP 


C 11 H 12 2 N 2 




150 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1040 


48, 900 




I 1 














Ethylquinazol carboxylic aek 


C S H 6 N( : NEt).CO 2 H 





.... 


126 


Fischer and Kuze 


A., 221, 261 


46, 442 


?' 


v. B., 16, 653 


)) 


.... 


181 


) 


B., 16, 654 


44, 812 


Nitrosomethyldiacetamido- 


NAc 2 .(CH 2 .NO)=1.2 


C n H 12 3 N 2 


.... 


127-5-128-5 


Gabriel and Meyer 


B., 14, 2340 


42, 189 


benzeue 
















Nitrosoethylamidocinnamic 


NEt(NO).(CH : CH.C0 2 H) 


J 


.... 


149 d. 


Fischer 


B., 14, 482 


40, 599 


acid 


=1.2 




















'J 


cf.B., 16,654 


150d. 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 440 


Azotoluene acetacetic acid ... 


Me. (N 2 .CHAc.CO 2 H)= 1 .4 


ji 


.... 


180-190 d. 


Zublin 


B., 11, 1419 


34, 880 


Quinoline ethylic nitrate ... 


C 9 H-N+Et.O.NO 2 


)> 


.... 


89 u. c. 


Claus and Tosse 


B., 16, 1278 


44, 1009 


Ethylic beuzoylallophanate .. 


NHBz.CO.NH.CO 2 Et 


C U H 12 4 N 2 




163 


Kretschmar 


B., 8, 104 ; C. C 


28,563; 31,615 














[1876], 233 




Hippuramidoacetic acid 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 


J> 




206-5 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 24, 239 , 


40, 1144; 44, 




CO 2 H 










26, 175 


338 


Ethylic amidobenzamoxalate 


(CO.NH 2 ).(NH.CO.C0 2 Et) 


J) 




191-5 


Schiff 


B., ir, 402 


46, 906 




=1.3 














Benzamsuccinamide 


C0 2 H.(NH.CO.C 2 H 4 .CO. 







228-229 


Pellizzari 


B., 18, 214 


48, 533 




NH 2 )=1.3 














Ethylic a-nitramidocinna- 


N0 2 .NH 2 .(CH : CH.CO. 2 Et) 


J) 


.... 


158-160 


Friedlander and 


A., 229, 233 


48, 1139 


mate 


=?.2.1 








Lazarus 






Nitrophenyl--acetylalanine 


NO 2 .(CH.OH .CO.O.NH 2 Ac 

i " i 


C n H,AN 2 




141-142 


Einhorn 


B., 16, 2647 


46, 305 




= 1.4 

























146-150 


Easier 


B., 17, 1496 


46, 1173 


Pyrotartaronitranilic acid ... 


NO.,(NH.C 5 H 6 2 .OH)=1.4 


1) 


.... 


150.+ 


Arppe 


A., 87, 228; 90, 


iv., 775 














145 




Ethylic nitrotolyloxamate ... 


Me.NO 2 .(NH.CO.CO 2 Et) 





.. 


127-128 


Hinsberg 


B., 15, 2691 


44, 323 




=1.3.4 














Nitroacetamidohydrocinnamic 


NHAc.NO 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H 


) 




174 


Gabriel and Steu- 


B., 15, 844 


42, 1073 


acid 


=1.2.4 








deroann. 






Ethylic dinitrohydrociimamic 


(N0 2 ) 2 .(CH : CH.C0 2 Et) 


C n H 12 6 N 2 


,~. 


32 


Gabriel and Zirn- 


B., 12, 601 


36, 640 


acid 


=1.2.4.(?) 








raermann 






Methylic nitrophenylmeth- 


N0 2 .[CH(OMe).CH(JSI0 2 ). 


C n H 12 O.N 2 


.... 


117 118 


Friedlandaif and 


A., 229, 210 ; B., 


48, 1138 


oxynitropropionate 


CO 2 Me]=1.4 








Mahly - 


16, 852 




Ethylic dinitroethoxyben- 


CO 2 Et.OEt.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


)> 


.... 


49 


Salkowski. 


A., 173, 51 




zoate 
















> 


=1.4.(?) 2 







59 





B., 4, 653; A., 


24,920; 29,716 














163, 48 




Methylic methoxydinitrohy- 


OMe^NO^CEvCH,,. 


)) 


.... 


53 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


drocinnamic acid 


CO 2 Me)=1.2.6.4 














Ethoxydinitrohydrocinnamic 


OEt.(NO 2 ) 2 . (CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 H) 


M 




126 











acid 


=1.2.6.4 














Trinitroethoxyphenylure- 


OEt.(NO 2 ) 3 .(NH.CO 2 Et) 


C U H 12 9 N 4 


.... 


211-212 d. 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1161 


thane 


= 1.(?) 3 .4 














Phenylangelamide .... 


Ph.C 4 H 6 .CO.NH 2 


C,,H 13 ON 


.... 


128 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 790 




Acetylhydromethylketole .... 


C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CHMe.NAc=1.2 
i i 


)) 


.... 


55-56 


Jackson 


B., 14, 883 


40, 735 


Ethoxytetrahydroquinoline ... 


NH.H 3 .OH=a 1 ft/3 i 2 ;a, 


)) 


275-276(716) 


Liquid 


Fischer 


B., 16, V18 


44, 1146 


Acetyltetrahydroquinoline .... 


.... 


)J 


295 


liiquid 


Wischnegradsky 


B., 13,2400; B.S. 


40, 444 














[2], 34, 339 







.... 


)> 


295 


L/iquid 


Soifmann & Kouigs 


B., 16, 734 


44, 1144 


Ethyldihydrocarbostyril 


C 6 H 4 CH 2 .CHAc.CO.NH 


)) 




87-88 ;a.f. 76 


3aeyer and Jackson 


B., 13, 120 


38,407 


















=1.2 


i 


v. B., 15, 377, 2104 


)) 


.... 


199 


Triedlander and 


B., 15, 336, 2103 


42,732 












Ostermeier 






Isonitrosoacetophenone ace- 


Ph.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CMe : NOH or 


C U H 13 2 N 


.... 


22-123 


Paal 


B., 16, 2868 


46, 599 


tone 


Me.CO.(CH 2 ) 2 .CPh: NOH 














Ethylic amidocinnamate 


NH 2 .(CH : CH.CO,Et)=1.2 


)) 


.... 


7-78 


Tried lander and 


B., 15, 1422 


42, 1209 












Weinberg 






Ethamidocinnamic acid 


NHEt.(CH: CH.C0 2 H)=1.2 


) 




25 


> 


B., 15, 1423 







11 





.... 


25 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


6, 440 



520 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isobutylene-m-amidobenzoic 


.... 


C n H 13 2 N 


d. 190 


145-150 


Schiff 


A., 210, 118 


42,304 


acid 
















Isopropylnitrostyrene 


(CH I CH 3 ).N0 2 .Pr/3=1.2.4 


M 


.... 


Lf.m. 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2025 


46, 1353 


Methyltetrahydrocinchonic 


- Mf* 


1 


.... 


125 


Weidel and Hazura 


M. C., 5, 643 


48, 562 


acid 



















* 


1) 


.... 


169-170-d. . 


Weidel 


M. C., 3, 66 


42, 532 


Methyltetrahydroquinoline 


N.OO 3 H=a 1 ;/3, or a 3 





... 


164 


Fischer and Korner 


B., 17, 766 


46, 1197 


carboxylic acid 
















? 


... 


H 


310 p.d. 


122 


Bruyn 


E. T., 2, 205 


48, 657 


Ethylic malonanilidate 


NHPh.CO.CH 2 .CO 2 Et 


C U H 13 3 N 


.... 


38-30 


Eugheimer and 


B., 17, 740 


46, 1023 












Hoffmann 






Ethylic hippurate 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO 2 Et 


) 


MM 


44 


Stenhouse 


A., 31, 148 


iii., 162 


.... 


j 


- 


.... 


60 


.Curtius 


B., 17, 1663 


46, 1348 


?) 








.... 


60'5 





J. p. [2], 26, 145 


44, 339 


) "> 


i > 


-IJ 


.... 


60-5 


.Campani & Bizzarri 


G. I., 10, 257 


38, 870 


jj .... *..' 





n 


a. 180 p.d. 


60-5 


Conrad 


J. p. [2], 15, 246 


32, 484 


Pyrotartranilic acid 


.... 


H 


A., 91, k)6 


147 


Arppe 


A., 90, 141; 91,106 




Ethylic tolyloxamate 


Me.(NH.CO.C0 2 Et)=1.4 


)) 




66-67 


Klinger 


A., 184, 285 


31,712 


Tolylsuccinamic acid 


Me.[NH.CO,(CH 2 ) 2 .C0 2 H] 


)3 


.... 


91 


Bechi 


B., 12, 322 


36, 528 




=1.2 














" 


=1.4 


1) 




157 





)j 


i) 


Acetamidohydrocinnamicacid 


NHAc. (CH2.CHj.CO.jH) =1.4 


1) 


.... 


143 


Gabriel and Steu- 


B., 15, 844 


42, 1073 












demann 






Hippurylamidoacetamide .... 


NH;Bz.CH 2 .CO.NH.CHj.CO. 


CU^AN, 


.... 


202 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 26, 194 


44, 339 




NH 2 














Diazoimidoethoxyphenylure- 


N:N.C 6 H 3 (OEt).N.C0 2 Et 


) 


.... 


b. 100 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1160 


thane 


i i 
















Amidotolylazo-acetacetic acid 


Me.<NH 2 .(N 2 .CHA c.CO 2 H) 







162 


Bamberger 


B., 17, 2421 


48, 158 




=1.3.4 














Diacetdiamidobenzamide .... 


(NHAc) 2 .(CO.NH 2 )=1.3.5 







a. 265 


Muretow 


Z. C. [2], 6, 642 


vii., 130 


Anilidopyrotartaric acid 


C0 2 H.CMe(NHPh).CHj. 


C n H 13 Q 4 N 




101-102 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1048 


48, 900 




C0 3 H 














Ethylic nitrohydrociunamate 


NQ s .(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 Et)=1.2 





.. 


Liquid 


Gabriel and Zim- 


B., 13, 1681 














mermann 






> 


=1.4 


)) 


.... 


33-34 


Beilsteinand Kuhl- 


A.,163,133;Z.C. 


26, 300 ; vii., 












berg 


[2], 7, 487 


348 


Nitrotolylisobutyric acid .... 


Me.N0 2 .(CH 2 .CHMe.C0 2 H) 


n 


.... 


139 


Effront 


B., 17, 2326 


48, 152 




=1.2.5 














Ethylic nitromesitylenate .... 


CO 2 Et.Me 2 .NO 2 =1.3.5.2 


n 


.... 


64-65 


Schmitz 


A., 193, 167 


36, 156 


i> 


=1.3.5.4 





.... 


72 


Fittig 


A., 147, 50 


vi., 823 


Methyldicarbocollidylium 


v. B., 17, 1024 


j 


a. 360 


81-82 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 1023 


46, 1045 


dehydride 
















!) 


JI 





MM 


92 


M 





II 


Nitrodiacetdiamidotoluene .... 


Me.N0 2 .(NHAc)=(?),,.1.3 


5) 


.... 


n.f. 240 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 9 




.... 


n 


~ 


** 


253 


Ladenburg 


B., 8, 1211 


29, 401 


Diethylic chelidammate 


c(OH) : N.c(co 2 Et).CH.: c : 


C U H 13 5 N 


+H 2 


80-81 


Lerch 


M. C., 5, 367 


48,46 




CH.COjEt 














Ethylic nitrophenyl-|3-lactate 


N0 2 .[CH(OH).CH 2 .C0 2 Et] 





.... 


56 


Einhorn & Praus- 


B., 17, 1661 


46, 1351 




=1.3 








nitz 






)! 


=1.4 


)j 


.... 


45-46 











)) JI 





>j 


.... 


45-46 


Easier 


B., 16, 3007 


46, 604 


o-Nitrophenyllactic aldehyde 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 )[C 2 H 3 (OH).CHO] 


)> 




125 p. d. 


Baeyer & Drewsen 


B., 16, 2205 


46, 58 


+acetic aldehyde 


+CH 3 .CHO 














Ethylic ethoxynitrobenzoic 


CO 2 Et.OEt.NO 2 =1.2.3 





of. A., 195, 35 


Liquid 


Hiibner 


B., 8, 1216 


29, 593 


acid 
















>' 


=l.-2.5 


jj 


cf. A., 195, 15 


98-99 





B., 8, 1219 


Jj 


Ethylic nitrohydrocoumarate 


OH.N0 2 [(CH 2 ) 2 .C0 2 Et] 





.... 


30 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 




=1.2.4 














Nitrodiethoxybenzaldehyde 


(OEt) 2 .N0 2 .CHO=1.4.?.5 


H 




129-130 


Hantzsch 


J. p. [2], 22, 472 


40, 167 


Methoxyisopropylnitroben- 


Prf.OMe.N0 2 .C0 2 H=? 


jl 




145-146 


Paterno & Canzoneri 


G. I., 10, 233 


38, 884 


zoic acid 
















Dmitroacetpseudocumidide .... 


Me 3 .NHAc.(NO s ),=1.3.4.(?) s 


C U H 13 6 N 3 


.... 


204 


Engel 


B., 18, 2232 


48, 1215 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



521 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitroacetmesidide 


Me 3 .NHAc.(N0 2 ) 2 


C U H I3 6 N 3 


cf.A.,179,167 


275 


Ladenburg 


B., 7, 1134 


28, 63 




1.3.5.2.4.6 




















1) 


MM 


276 


Ledoux 


I. D. Gott., 1875 




Ethylio nitroveratrate 


CO 2 Et.(OMe) 2 .NO 2 =1.3.4.? 


C n H 13 6 N 




99-100 


Tiemann and Mats- 


B., 9, 941 ; 1], 


30, 524 












moto 


132 




Trinitrolaurol (?) 


.... 


C n H I3 6 N 3 


.. 


84 


Fittig and others 


A., 145, 150 




Ethylic dinitroamidohydro- 


NH 2 . (N0 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO 2 







95 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


cinnamate 


Et)=1.2.6.4 














Dimtroethoxyphenylure- 


OEt.(N0 2 ) 2 .(NH.C0 2 Et) 


C^H^N, 


.... 


141 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1161 


thane 


=1.(?) 2 .4 














Methyltrinitrothymol 


Me.Pr.OMe.(NO 2 ) 3 


)> 


.... 


92 


.... 


Z. C. [1871], 415 






1.4.5.2.3.6 














Diethyltrinitro-orcinol 


Me.(OEt) 2 .(NO 2 ) 3 =1.3.5.2.4.6 


C U H 13 8 N 3 


.... 


61-5 


Stenhouse 


P. R, 19, 410 ; 


24, 358; vii., 














Z.G [1871], 229 


880 


Ethylamidohydrocarbostyril 


C 6 H 4 .N(NHEt).CO.(CH 2 ) 2 


C n H 14 ON s 


.to 


74 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 442 




i i 
















=1.2 














Ethylhydrocarbazostyril 


C 6 H 4 .(CH 2 ) 2 .CO.NH.NEt 

l_ 1 


) 




165-5 


u 


B., 16, 1452 


44, 1132 




=1.2 














Butyrylbenzenylamidoxime 


NH 2 .CPh : NO.CO.Pr* 


C^H^N, 


MM 


94 


Schulz 


B., 18, 1084 


48, 897 


Ethylic phenylhydraziuepyro- 


Ph.N 2 H : CMe.CO.,Et 


JJ 




114-115 


Fischer & Jourdan 


B., 16, 2243 


46,53 


racemate 
















Tolylsuccinamide 


Me.(NH.CO.C 2 H 4 .CO.NH 2 ) 





.... 


148 


Bechi 


B., 12, 321 


36, 527 




=1.4 

















=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


160 











Diacetdiamidotoluene 


Me.(NHAc) 2 =1.2.5 


)) 


.... 


219-220 


Witt 




35, 360 


i) 


5) J> 


)> 


cf.B.,10,1157 


220 


Nietzki 


B., 12, 2237 




,, 


=1.2.4 


J> 


.... 


221 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 8 







>i n 


J) 


.... 


222 


Koch 


A., 153, 132 







'> 


)) 


.... 


223 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 


.... 


>! I) 





.... 


223 


Hell and Schoop 


B., 12, 724 


36, 715 





i> 


J) 


.... 


824 


Ladenburg 


B., 8, 1211 


29, 401 


Nitroso-ethoxyhydroquino- 


N.OEt= ai ; a, 





.... 


113 


Fischer and Eenouf 


B., 17, 759 


46, 1049 


ILne 
















Nitrosoetharnidohydrocin- 


(NEt.NO).(CH 2 .CH 2 .C0 2 H) 


C 11 H 14 3 N 2 


.... 


78 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 ; B., 


44, 1132 ; 46, 


namic acid 


=1.2 










16, 1451 


440 


Ethylic amidotolyloxamate.... 


Me.NH 2 .(NH.CO.CO 2 Et) 





.... 


168 


Tiemann 


B., 3, 222 






=1.2.4 














Nitracetopseudocumidide .... 


Me 3 .NHAc.NO 2 =1.3.4.(?) 2 


)) 


.... 


131 


Engel 


B., 18, 2231 


48, 1215 





=1.3.4.6.5 





.... 


193-194 


Edler 


B., 18, 629 


48, 771 


Nitracetomesidide 


=1.3.5.2.4 


3> 


.... 


182 


Ledoux 


B., 8, 58 


28, 569 








;j 


.... 


188 


Ladenburg 


B., 7, 1134 


28, 63 


Ethylic phenylhydroxyethe- 


HO.CHPh.C(NH 2 ):N.O. 


C U H 14 4 N 2 


.... 


106-107 


Gross 


B., 18, 2480 


48, 1218 


nylamidoxime carbonate 


CO 2 Et 














Nitroethoxyphenylure thane 


OEt.N0 2 .(NH.CO 2 Et)=l.?.4 


C U H 14 6 N 2 


.... 


71 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1159 


Diethylbenzamide 


C 6 H 5 .CO.NEt 2 


C U H 16 ON 


280-282 c. 


Liquid 


Hallmann 


B., 9, 846 


30, 418 


Acetylpropylanilide 


C 6 H 5 .NPr"Ac 


) 


254 u. c. 


56 u. c. 


Glaus and Eoques 


B., 16, 913 




Isovaleranilde 


C 6 H 6 .NH.(CH 2 ) 2 .CHMe 2 


)J 


300 


100 


Schmidt and 


A., 193, 102 


36, 139 












Sachtleben 






(cf. A., 84, 109) 


) 


JJ 


a. 220 


115 


Chiozza 


A. C. [3], 39, 201 


v., 975 





>J 


)> 


.... 


115 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 


Isobutylbenzaldoxime 


C 6 H 6 .CH:NOBu0 


)> 


237-239 s.d.; 


.... 


Petraczek 


B., 16, 828 










u.c. 










Acetylethyltoluidide 


Me.NEtAc=1.2 





254-256 




Eeinhardt & Staedel 


B., 16, 31 


44, 578 


Formamidoisobutylbenzene 


BnB.(NH.CHO)=? 





310-316 


59 


Gasiorowski & Merz 


B., 18, 1009 


48, 773 


Acetamidopropylbenzene .... 


Pr.NHAc=1.4 


)J 


.... 


87 


Louis 


B., 16, 108 




Acetamidoethyltoluene 


Me.Et.NHAc=l.?.2 


)1 


313-315 


105-105-5 


Benz 


B., 15, 1651 


42, 1284 


Cymene carboxylamide 


Me.Pr.(CO.NH 2 )=1.4 


)> 


cf. B., 8, 442 


138-139 


Paterno and Spica 


G. I., 9, 400 


38, 163 


Cyanocamphor 


C 10 H 14 .CN.OH 


) 


250 p.d. 


127-128 


Haller 


C. R, 87, 843 


36, 329 


Acetopseudocumidide 


Me 3 .NHAc=1.3.4.2 or 5 


M 


.... 


112 


Engel 


B., 18, 2230 


48, 1215 


.... 


=1.3.4.6 


)j 


.... 


161 


Edler 


B., 18, 629 


48, 771 





> >i 


j) 


.... 


161 


Nolting and Bau- 


B., 18, 1146 


48, 893 












mann 







3 x 



522 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetomesidide 


Me 3 .NHAc=1.3.5.6 


C U H 15 ON 


.... 


210 


Nolting & Baumann 


B., 18, 1146 


48, 893 


.... .... 





M 


.. 


213-214 


Ladenburg 


B., 7, 1136 


28, 64 











.... 


216 


Biedermann and 


B., 8, 58 


28, 569 












Ledoux 






.... .... 


1( 


j) 


.... 


216-217 


Ladenburg 


A., 179, 173 




Tetrahydro-ethoxyquinoline 


N.OEt=o, ; a. 





275-276(716) 


Liquid 


Fischer 


B., 16, 718 




Tetrahydrohydroxyethyl 


N. 011=^; /3, or a 2 





.... 


73 


Eiemerschmied 


B., 16, 724 


44, 1148 


quinoline 
















)! 1) 


NEt.OH=ai; a, 





.... 


76 


Fischer 


B., 16, 717 













. 


76 


Fischer and Eenouf 


B., 17, 756 


46, 1049 


Tetrahydromethoxyquinal- 


N.Me.OMe=a!3i; a i 





270 


Liquid 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17, 1707 


46, 1374 


dine 
















Benzenyleth oximidoethy 1 


EtO.CPh : N.OEt 


C u H 15 O a N 


238,u.c.;(o.p.) 


Liquid 


Tiemann & Kriiger 


B., 18, 742 


48, 790 


ether 






128 (40) 










Ethylic ethylbenzoylhydrox- 


NEtBz.OEt 





244 c. (755) 


.... 


Gurke 


A., 205, 273 


40, 571 


amate 






p.d. 










Ethylic ethylphenylcarba- 


NEtPLCOjEt 





245-250 


.... 











mate 
















Isobutylic phenylcarbamate 


NHPh.C0 2 Bu? 





216 


80 


Mylius 


B., 5, 973 


26, 266 ; vii., 
















946 


a-phenamidovaleric acid 


CHMe s .CH(NHPh).C0 2 H 





.... 


a. 110 


Duvillier 


A. C. (5), 21, 433 


40, 713 


Cumylic carbamate .... 


NH 2 .CO 2 .CH 2 .C 6 H 4 Pr 





v. a. 200 


88-89 


Spica 


G. I., 5, 394 


29, 582 


Ethylic tolylamidoacetate .... 


Me.(NH.CH 3 .CO s Et)=1.2 


n 


272-278 


Liquid 10 


Ehrlich 


B., 16, 204 


44, 594 


II !> 


=1.3 


ji 


.... 


68 





B., 15, 2012 


44, 54 


H "" 


=1.4 


M 


.... 


48-49 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1159 


29, 402 


Diethamidobenzoic acid 


NEt 2 .C0 2 H=1.3 





.... 


90 


Griess 


B., 5, 1040 


26, 281 ; vii., 
















167 


,, 


=1.4 





.... 


188 


Michler and Grad- 


B., 9, 1912 


32, 334, 335 












iiiann 






Cuminamidoacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 Pr.CH(NH 2 ).C0 2 H(?) 





.... 


197 d. 


Ploschl 


B., 14, 1317 


42, 515 


Ethylic xylylcarbamate 


NH(C s H 9 ).C0 2 Et 


H 




58 


Hofmann 


B., 3, 657; P. B., 


24, 139; vii., 














19, 108 


253 


Acetamidoethoxytoluene .... 


Me.OEt.NHAc=1.4.5 





.... 


106-5 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1135 


42, 1203 











.... 


106-5 


Staedel 


A., 217, 221 


44,866 





=1.2.5 


n 


.... 


108 





A., 217, 218 








!) )) 





.... 


108 


Kayser 


B., 15, 1135 


42, 1203 


.... 


=1.3.? 





.... 


114 




















.... 


114 


Staedel 


A., 217, 220, 222 


44, 866 


Methamidothymoquinone .... 


Me.Pra.NHMe:O 2 =1.4.(?) 3 





.... 


74 


Zincke 


B., 14, 97 


40, 596 


Ethylic collidine carboxylate 


C 5 HNMe 3 .CO 2 Et 





256 


Liquid 


Michael 


A., 225, 121 


48, 61 


Toluidine diacetamide 


C 6 H 4 Me.N(CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C U H 14 2 N 3 


.... 


250 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1163 


29, 402 




=1.4 














Ethylic ethoxyphenylcarba- 


OEt.(NH.C0 2 Et)=1.4 


C n H 15 3 N 


250-270 p.d. 


94 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1159 


mate 
















Methylic dimethamidoanis- 


CO 3 Me.OMe.NMe,=1.4.? 





288 


Liquid 


Griess 


B., 6, 588 


26, 1146; vii., 


sate 














188 


Ethylanhydracetdiamido- 


C 6 H 3 Me.N:CMe.NHEt.N0 3 


C U H, 5 3 N 8 


.... 


93 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 328 


42, 505 


toluene nitrate 


i i 
















Ethylic amidoveratrate 


CO 2 Et.(OMe). 2 =1.3.4. 


C 1I H I5 4 N 


i>. 


88-89 


Matsmoto 


B., 11, 135 


34, 502 


Diethylic ethylcyanurdicar- 


C 3 EtO 3 N 3 (CO 2 Et) 2 


CuHujC^Nj 


.... 


123 


Wurtz and Hennin- 


C. B., 100, 1419 


48, 969 


boxylate 










ger 






Diethylphenylcarbamide 


NHPh.CO.NEt 2 


C n H 16 ON 2 


.in 


85 


Gebhardt 


B., 17, 3039 


48, 383 


Cuminylcarbamide 


C 6 H 4 Pr.(CH 2 .NH.CO.NH 2 ) 





.... 


133 


Eaab 


B., 8, 1151 


29, 398 




=? 














Acetyltrimethdiamidoben- 


NMe 2 .NMeAc=1.4 







95 


Wurster & Schobig 


B., 12, 1811 


38, 111 


zene 
















ji 








+xH 2 O 


78 





n 





Acetyldimethdiamidotoluene 


Me.NMe 2 .NHAc=1.3.4 


) 


.... 


158 


Wurster and Eiedel 


B., 12, 1801 


38, 109 


Isocymyl carbamide ^ 


Me.Pr3.(NH.CO.NH 2 )=1.3.? 





... 


176 


Kelbe and Warth 


A., 221, 157 


46,47 


Ethylanhydracetdiamido- 


C 6 H 3 Me.N :CMe.NHEt(OH) 


B 




93 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 328 


42, 505 


toluene hydrate 


1 | 
















.. 








+2H 2 




n 





i) 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



523 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Walts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic a-phenylhydrazido- 


NHj.NPh.CHMe.CO.Et 


C n H 16 2 N 2 


.... 


116 


Eeissert 


B., 17, 1456 


46, 1152 


propionate 
















Pilocarpin 




J> 




159 


Blyth 


.... 


33, 317 


Ethylic amidoethoxyphenyl 


OEt.NH 2 .(NH.C0 2 Et)=l.?.4 


C 11 H 16 3 N 


.... 


88 


Kohler 


J. p. [2], 29, 257 


46, 1160 


carbarn ate 
















i> 


=1.?.4 


)) 




121 


j 





46, 1161 


Diethoxy-oxydimethylpurin 


C 5 N 4 Me 2 O(OEt) 3 


C n H 16 3 N 4 


.... 


126-127 


Fischer 


B., 17, 337 


46, 997 


Ethoxyethyltheobromin 


C.H 6 EtN 2 O 4 .OEt 


C n H J6 6 N 2 


.... 


155 


)> 


A., 215, 306 


44, 357 


Furfurol diurethane 


C 4 H 3 O.CH(NH.CO 2 Et), 





.... 


169 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1081 




Ethylphenylpropylalkine .... 


NPhEt.C 3 H 6 .OH 


C U H 17 ON 


261-263 


.... 


Laun 


B., 17, 678 


46, 1011 


Acetylcyanethine 


C 9 H 13 N 2 .NHAc 


C U H 17 ON 3 




59 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 30, 115 


48, 140 


Dioxyethene toluidine 


C 6 H 4 Me.N(0 2 H 4 .OH) 2 =1.4 


C,,H 17 3 N 


338-340 


Liquid 


Demole 


A, 173, 137; B., 


27, 904 














7,638 




Phoronimide 


O.CMeBuP.CH,, .CMe.CO. 


C U H 17 3 N 


.... 


205 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1080 


40, 797 




NH.CO 














Ethoxycyanconiine 


C 9 H I2 N(NH).OEt 


C U H 19 ON 3 


229-231 


Liquid 


Meyer 


J. p. [2], 22, 277 


40, 55 


Ethylhydroxycyanconiine .... 


C 9 H 17 N(NEt).OH 





267-268 


43 





J. p. [2], 26, 350 


44, 353 


Ethoxyhydroxycyanconiine.... 


C 9 H 12 (OEt)N 2 .OH 


C 11 H 19 3 N 2 


.... 


51 


Eiess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 235 


? 


.... 


)) 


... 


a. 320 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1077 


40, 797 


Ethoxycyanethine 


C 9 H 14 N 3 .OEt 


C U H 19 ON 3 


300 


115 


Riess 


J. p. [2], 30, 145 


48, 235 


Borneol urethane 


cf. C. R., 94, 869 


C 11 H J9 2 N 


.... 


115 


Haller 


C. R., 93, 1511 


42, 625 




C 24 H J8 4 N 2 (?) 


( ),(!) 


.... 


b. 100 


Sonnenschein 


B., 9, 1185 


31, 97 








>J 


.... 


b. 100 


Wormley 


A. J., 1870, 42 


vii., 552 






cf. P.J.T. (3), 521, 561, 601 


M 


.... 


b. 100 


Holmes 


P. J. T. [3], 481 


29, 942 






C 13 H 14 2 N(f) 





.... 


45 ; af. 38 


Gerrard 


B., 16, 798 






Phoronamide ... 


NH 2 .CO.CMe.CHj.CMe(.O). 


C 11 H 20 3 N 2 


.... 


a. 300 


Pinner 


B., 14, 1079 


40, 797 






CH 2 .CMe 2 .CO.NH s 














Valerodiacetonamine 


Bu/3.CH.CH 2 .CO.CH 2 . 


C U H 31 ON 


.... 


21 ; sf. 15 


Antrick 


A., 227, 365 


48, 502 




CMe^NH 
















i 














Menthol urethane .... 




CnH^OjN 


d. 200 


165 


Arth 


C. R., 94, 872 


42, 1213 


Conylurethane 


C 8 H 16 N.CO 2 Et 





245 


MM 


Schotten 


B., 15, 1947 


44, 220 


Ethylic oxyheptinamate 


C 7 H 9 0(OEt) 2 .NH 2 


C n F 21 3 N 




87 


Demarcay 


A. C. [5], 20, 494 




Isovaleral diurethane 


C 5 H 10 (NH.C0 2 Et) 3 


C 11 H 22 4 N 2 


... 


126 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 633, 634 


27, 891 


Amidocamphoronamide 


.... 


C U H 33 6 N 3 


MM 


144-145 


Hjelt 


B., 13, 797 


38, 670 


+C 2 H 6 










. 






Methylnonylacetoxime 


C 9 H 19 .CMe:NOH 


CnH.sON 


cf.B., 17,1575 


42 


Spiegler 


M. C., 5, 241 


46, 1115 


Diisoamylcarbamide 


CO(NH.CH.CH 2 .CHMe 2 ) 2 


C n H 24 ON 3 


270 


37-39 


Ouster 


B., 12, 1331 


36, 913 


Tetraethylallylalkine 


(NEt 2 ) 2 .C 3 H 5 .OH 


C n H 26 ON 3 


234-5 


Liquid 


Berend 


B., 17, 511 


46, 1114 





M 





236-238 


Liquid 


Reboul 


C. R., 97, 1488 


46, 578 


Euchroicacid (cf . P. A.,52, 610) 


.... 


C 12 H 4 8 N 2 


+2H 2 


a. 280 d. 


Wohler 


A., 37, 273; 66, 49 


ii., 602 


Hexanitrodiresorcinol 


C 12 (N0 2 ) 6 (OH) 4 


C 1S H 4 16 N 6 





d. w. m. 230 


Benedikt & Julius 


M. C., 5, 177 


46, 1140 


a-Tetranitrocarbazole 


C 13 H 6 (N0 3 ) 4 N 


C 13 H 6 O 8 N 6 


cf.B.,15,1760 


308 d. 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I. [1882], 272 


42, 1104 


0- 








cf.B., 15, 1760 


nf. 320 





)> 





y- ,. 





>j 


cf.B.,15,1760 


285 d. 








n 


Dipicrylamine (aurantia) .... 


NH[C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 ] 3 


0, 3 H 6 12 N 7 




230 d. 


Austen 


A. J. S. [3], 13, 


32, 759 




=1.2.4.6 ; 1.4.(?) 3 










279 




>! 





I) 


.... 


233 


Gnehm 


B., 7, 1401 




) >j 


i) 


; 


.... 


233-234 d. 





B., 7, 1400 




,, ,) 


n 


)) 


.... 


234 d. 


Mertens 


B., 11, 845 


34, 725 





)> 


)) 


.... 


238 d. 


Gaehm 


B., 9, 1245 




i> 








.... 


238 d. 


Austen 


B., 7, 1250 


28, 165; 32, 761 


" 


=1.2.4.6; 1.3.(?) 2 


) 


cf.B., 7, 1249 


261 





A. J. S., 13, 279 


28, 165; 32, 758 


Dinitroazophenylene 




C 12 H 6 4 N 4 


d.a. 131 


131 


Glaus 


B., 8, 40 


28, 647 


Dinitrodiphenylene oxide .... 


.... 


C I2 H,0 6 N 2 


.... 


200 


Hoffmeister 


A., 159, 214 




Tetranitrodiphenyl 


fr.(.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 )=(1.4) 3 


C 12 H e 8 N 4 




140 


Losanitsch 


B.,4, 405 


24, 509; vii., 938 


Tetranitrophenyl oxide 


0[C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 ] 2 =(1.2.4) 3 


C I2 H 6 9 N 4 


.... 


195 


Willgerodt 


B., 13, 887 


38, 643 





C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).O.C,H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 





.... 


172-173 


Willgerodt and 


B., 17, 1766 


46, 1328 




=1.2; 1.2.4.6 








Huetlin 




















3x2 



524 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetranitrophenyl oxide 


6 H 4 (NO) 2 .O.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 )3 


C 12 H 6 9 N 4 




153 


Willgerodt and 


B., 17, 1766 


46, 1328 




=1.4; 1.2.4.6 








Huetlin 






Tetranitro-diresorcinol 


[.C 6 H(OH) 3 (N0 2 ) 2 ] 2 


C 13 H 6 13 N 4 


.... 


268 


Benedikt and Hiibl 


M. C., 2, 330 


40, 1134 


a-naphthoyl cyanide 


C 10 H 7 (CO.CN)=a 


C 12 H 7 ON 


.... 


101 


Boessneck 


B., 15, 3065 


44, 595 


a-phenylpyridine ketone 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C b NH 3 =1.3 ; 1.2.6 





315 


140-142 


Skraup & Cobenzl 


M. C., 4, 436 


44, 1015 




i 1 














Ketone from acridine 


C[H. ) .N:CH.CH:C.CH:CH.CO 


n 


.... 


nf. 320 


Grsebe and Caro 


B., 13, 103 


38, 399 




L J =1.2.3 














Naphthalimide 


C 10 H 6 .CO.NH.CO 


C 13 H 7 2 N 


.... 


a. 280 


Behr and Dorp 


A., 172, 270 


27, 1168 




i i 














Pyrroline phthalimide .. 


C 4 H 3 N:C.C 6 H 4 .CO.O 






240-241 


Ciamician and 


B., 17, 2958 


48, 379 




1 1 








Dennstedt 








Nitroazophenylene 




C 12 H 7 2 N 3 




209-210 


Glaus 


B., 8, 40 


28, 647 


Trinitroazobenzene 


.... 


C 12 H 7 6 N S 


.... 


112 


Petrieff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 564 


vii., 1183 





Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 





.... 


142 


Fischer 


A., 190, 133 


34, 309 





C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).N 2 .C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 





.... 


169 


Janovsky and Erb 


B., 18, 1135 


48, 894 




=4.1; 1.4.2 or 3 

















=4.1 ; 1.4.3 or 2 


D 


MM 


180 











Trinitrophenyl oxide 


Ph.O.C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 13 H 7 7 N 3 


.... 


1 


Willgerodt 


B., 12, 1278 







C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).O.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 


n 


.... 


114 


Willgerodt and 


B., 17, 1765 


46, 1328 




=1.4; 1.2.4- 








Huetlin 









=1.2; 1.2.4 





.... 


119 











Trinitroazoxybenzene 


.... 


C 12 H 7 0-N 6 


cf. B., 6, 557 


152 


Schmidt 


Z. C. [2], 5, 421 


vi., 272 


Trinitrodioxyazobeuzene 


.... 


C 12 H 7 8 N 6 


MM 


102 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 558 


26, 1028 


Tetranitrodiphenylamine .... 


NH[C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 ] 2 =(1.2.4) 3 


j) 




180 


Hager 


B., 17, 2630 


48, 150 











.... 


192 


Gnehm and Wyss 


B., 10, 1320 


34, 52 





C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).NH.C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 





.... 


205 


Austen 


B., 7,1248; A.J.S. 


28, 165 ; 32, 




=1.3; 1.2.4.6 










[3], 13, 279 


757 





=1.4 ; 1.2.4.6 





.... 


216 








n 


Trinitrotrioxyazobenzene .... 


.... 


C 12 H 7 9 N 5 


.... 


52 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 558 


26, 1028 


Nitrosocarbazole 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .N.NO 


C 13 H 8 ON, 


.... 


82 


Zeidler 


A., 191, 306 




Hydroxyphenanthroline 







.... 


159-160 


Coste 


B., 16, 675 


44,811 


fr : CH.CH : CH.cX.cn : 




CH.C(OH) : N=1.2.6.5 














/3-nitroacridine 


.... 


C 12 H 8 3 N 3 




154 


Grsebe and Caro 


A., 158, 275 


vii., 26 


a- ,, 


.... 


,, 


.... 


214 








vii., 25 


Dinitrodiphenyl 


(.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =1.2 ; 1.4 


C 12 H 8 4 N 2 


.... 


93-5 


Fittig 


A., 124, 275 


iv., 411 





H 


D 


.... 


93-5 


Schultz 


A., 174, 201 


28, 150 





,, ) 





cf. B., 14, 612 


93-5 


Schultz & Strasser 


A., 207, 350 


40, 604, 911 





=0-4). 





.... 


213 


Fittig 


A., 124, 276 


iv., 410 











.... 


229-230 


Liiddens 


B., 8, 871 















233 


Schultz 


A., 174, 221 


28, 150 


(cf. A., 207, 350) 










S8S 


Schultz & Strasser 


B., 14, 612 


40, 604, 911 


Dipyridyl dicarboxylic acid 


(.C 5 NH 3 .COOH) 2 =(1.2.6) 2 







214-215 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 590 




,> ,. 


i> 





+ 2H 2 


217 d. 





B., 15, 896 


42, 1112 


), )! !> 


)> 





.... 


217 d. 


Skraup & Vortmann 


M. C., 3, 370 


44,88 


Dinitroazobenzene 


(:N.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.3) 2 


c 12 H 8 o 4 isr 4 


cf. A., 75, 73 


s. 15 


Janovsky and Erb 


B., 18, 1134 


48, 894 





=(1.4), 





cf. A., 75, 73 


206 






















206 


Janovsky 


M. C., (3, 157 


48, 789 


Dinitrophenyl oxide 


Ph.O.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 =? 


C 12 H 8 5 N 2 


.... 


65 


Maikopar 


B., 6, 564 


26, 1026 


.... .... 


=1.2.4 





.... 


71 


Willgerodt 


B., 12, 767 


36, 717 







jj 


.... 


135 


Hoffmeister 


A., 159, 208 


vii., 941 


Dinitrohydroxydiphenyl 


fr. C 6 H 4 Ph.OH=1.4 





.... 


154 


Latschinoff and 


B., 6, 195 ; J. R, 


26, 750 ; vii., 












Engelhardt 


5, 52 


938 


Dinitrodihydroxydiphenyl .... 


[.C 6 H 3 (OH).N0 2 ] 3 =(?.1.2) 2 


C 12 H 8 6 N S 


.... 


w. m. 150 


Goldstein 


B., 7, 735 


27, 1093 





.... 





.... 


184 





J. E., 6, 193 




Trinitrodiphenylamine 


.... 


C 12 H 3 6 N 4 




135 


Norton and Allen 


B., 18, 1997 


48, 1214 





Ph.NH.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 3 =? 





.... 


175 


Austen 


A.J.S.[3],13,279 


32, 760 













175 


Clemm 


B., 3, 126 




.... 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 3 







181 


Austen 


A. J. S. [3], 13, 


28, 165 ; 32, 




=1.4 j 1.2.4 










279 ;B., 7, 1250 


758 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



525 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Triuitrodiphenylanrine 


C,H 4 (NO a ).C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 12 H 8 6 N 4 


.... 


189 


Austen 


A. J. S. [3], 13, 


28, 165 ; 32, 




=1.3; 1.2.4 










279; B., 7, 1250 


758 


j> 


=1.3;1.(2) 2 





.... 


194-195 


Willgerodt 


B., 9, 1179 


32, 758 


Dinitrodiresorcinol 


C 12 H 4 (N0 2 ) 2 (OH) 4 


C 12 H 8 8 N 2 




d.w.m. 170 


Hazura 


M. C., 4, 610 


44, 1114 


Ethenyl ainidonaphthol 


C 10 H 6 .N : CMe.O 


C 12 H 9 ON 




Liquid 


Bottcher 


C. C. [1884], 898 


48, 659 


Azoazoxybenzene 




C 12 H 9 ON 3 


.... 


85 


Ziniu 


A., 114, 225 


i., 480 


Nitrodiphenyl 


Ph.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.2 


C 12 H 9 O 2 N 


.... 


37 


Luddens 


B., 8, 871 


28, 1258 


n .... 





> 


.... 


37 


Schultz & Strasser 


B., 14, 613 


40, 604 


D 


)) 


) 


.... 


37 


Schultz and others 


A., 207, 352 


40, 912 


.... 


I) )) 





320 d. 


37 


Hiibuer 


A., 209, 341 




,, 


=1.3 


)> 


.... 


86 


Pfankuch 


J. p. [2], 6, 107 




" 


J) 


J 




157 (?) 


Schultz 


A., 174, 212 




.... 


= 1.4 


)1 


.... 


113 


Osten 


B., 7, 171 


27, 580 


)> .... .... 





>J 


340 c. 


113 


Schultz 


B.,7,53; A., 174, 


27, 468 ; 28, 














210 


149; vii., 937 


M "" 


)> ) 





.... 


113 


Hiibner 


A., 209, 340 




.... .... 


) 


)> 


.... 


113 


Schultz & Strasser 


B., 14, 613 


40, 604 











.... 


113 


Luddens 


B., 8, 871 




a-Naphthylglyoxylamide .... 


C 10 H 7 .CO.CO.NH 2 


>1 




151 


Boessneck 


B., 15, 3066 


44, 595 


Nitroazobenzene 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.4 


C 12 H 9 2 N 3 


cf. A., 75, 73 


137 


Janovsky 


M. C., 6, 157 


48, 789 


.... 





J> 


.... 


138 


Janovsky and Erb 


B., 18, 1133 


48, 894 


Anilidohydroxyquinone 


Oj.OH.NHPl^l.4.5.? 


C 12 H 9 3 N 


.... 


d.w.m. 200 


Zincke 


B., 18, 789 


48, 787 


Nitrohydroxydiphenyl 


fr.Ph.C 6 H 4 .OH=1.4 


)) 


.... 


67 


Latschinoff 


R, 6,195; J.R.,5,52 


26,750;vii.,938 





C 6 H 4 (OH).C 6 H 4 .N0 2 


1) 


.... 


138 


Schultz & Strasser 


B., 14, 614 


40, 605 




=1.4; 1.2 

















11 


)> 


.... 


138 


Schultz and others 


A., 207, 351 




ji "" 


=(l-4) 


)> 




170 





A., 207, 347 


40, 911 


.... 


J* 


M 


.... 


170 


Schultz & Strasser 


B., 14, 614 


40, 605 


o-Naphthyloxaruic acid 


C 10 H 7 .NH.CO.COOH 


I 




180 d. 


Ballo 


B., 6, 247 


26, 913; vii., 848 


Pyrroline methylbenzoic acid 


C 4 H 3 N: CH.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


174-184 


Ciamicianand Denn 


B., 17, 2958 


48, 379 












stedt 






Phenoxynicotinic acid 


C 5 H 3 N(OPh).CO 2 .H=U.4 





.... 


275-280 


Pechmann & Welsh 


B., 17, 2394 


47, 153; 48, 175 


o-Nitroazoxybenzene 


.... 


C 12 H 9 S N 3 


.... 


49 


Zinin 


A., 114, 220 


i., 480 


P- ,, 


.... 





.... 


153 





A., 114, 221 




Nitrobenzeneazophenol 


C 6 H 4 (OH).N 2 .C 6 H 4 .N0 2 


)J 


.... 


183-184 


Meldola 


47, 659 






=(1.4) 2 














Nitroso-nitrodiphenylamiue 


Ph.N(NO).C 6 H 4 .N0 2 = ? 


)) 


.... 


133-5 


Witt 


B., 11, 757 


33, 205 


Nitro-acetonaphthol 


C 10 H 6 .NO 2 .OAc=a/3 


C 12 H 9 4 N 


.... 


61 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 1938 


44, 1113 


Methylic nitro-a-naphthoate. 


Ci H 6 .NO 2 .CO 2 Me=?a 


J) 




109-110 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2252 


46, 81 


1> )> "P" >! 


= ?/3 


)> 




112 


D 


B., 16, 2254 


) 


Dinitro-diphenylamine 


Ph.NH.0 6 H 3 (NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4 


C I2 H 9 4 N 3 




153 


Hepp 


B. S. [2], 305 ; A., 


36, 51 ; 44, 317 














215, 363 




)> .... 


JJ 1) 


)) 


cf. B., 3, 128 


153 


Clemm 


A. J. S. [3], 13, 


32, 760 














279; J. p., 108, 
















320; 109, 175 




,, .... 





)i 




156-157 


Willgerodt 


B., 9, 978 


30, 405 


,, .... 


NH(C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.2) 2 







211-5 


Witt 


B., 11, 759 


33, 208 


,, .... 


!) 


) 


.... 


219-220 


Lellmaim 


B., 15, 829 


42, 1060 





=(1.4), 





.... 


814 


Witt 


B., 11, 759 


33, 208 


D 


J) )> 


1> 




216 


Lellmann 


B., 15, 828 


42, 1060 


Nitrobenzeneazoresorcinol .... 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).N 2 .C,H 3 (OH) 2 







powder 


Meldola 


47, 660 






=1.4 ; 4.3.1 














Dinitroamidoazobenzene (m-) 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).N S .C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ). 


C 12 H 9 4 N 6 


MM 


175-176 


Hallmann 


B., 9, 390 


30, 93 




NH 2 














(m-) 


)) 





A., 121, 272 


195-5 


Griess 


P. T., 3, 678 


lv., 461 


(P-) 





II 


A., 121, 271 


224-5 


) 








Dinitroacetonaphthalide 


NHAc.(NO 3 ) 2 


C 12 H 9 S N 3 


cf. B., 4, 850 


247 


Liebermann and 


B., 9, 333 


30,81 




=aA" 2 ; or a i! "A 








Hammerschlag 






,, 





) 


.... 


247 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 273 


31, 608 











.... 


947 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 114 


46, 752 





!! 


) 


.... 


250-5 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 330 





526 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


- Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitroacetonaphthalide 


NHAc-tNO^ 


C 12 H 9 6 N 3 


.... 


251 


Ebell 


B., 8, 564 


28,900 




aJJ^a.t ; or a, ; a,/: 














Phthalylaspartic acid 


C 6 H 4 : (00)j : N.CH(CO 2 H). 


C 12 H 9 0,N 




233 


Piutti 


G. I., 14, 473 


48, 796 


Trinitrohydrazobenzene 


Ph.NH.NH.C 6 H 2 (NO 2 ) 3 


C 13 H 9 6 N 6 


.... 


181 d.' 


Fischer 


A., 190, 132 


34, 309 


Picric acid + benzene 


C 6 H 6 +C 6 H 2 (OH)(N0 2 ) 3 


C 12 H 9 ? N 3 


A., 109, 247 


85-90 


Fritzsche 


J. p., 73, 212 


iv., 405 














B. S., 7, 30 




Trinitro-a-ethoxynaphthalen 


C 10 H 4 .OEt.(N0 2 ) 3 







148 


Staedel 


B., 14, 900; A 


40, 724; 44, 863 














217, 170 




,, -ft- 





jj 


.... 


186 


u 








Diphenylnitrosamine 


Ph 3 N.NO 


C 12 H 10 ON 3 


cf.B.,10,130 


66-5 


Witt 


B., 8, 855; A 


29,267; 33,203 














190, 174 




Azoxybenzene 


Ph.N.O.N.Ph 


jt 


cf. B., 6, 557 


36 


Zinin 


J. p., 36, 93 


1., 479 


(cf. B., 16, 81) 





jj 


cf.B.,13,52 


36 


Spring 


B., 17, 1217 


46, 949 


(cf. B., 14, 2617 





jj 


.... 


36 


Mitscherlich 


A., 9 




(cf. B., 15, 865) 





u 


.... 


36 


Glaser 


G. J. C., 1867 










jj 


.... 


37 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B , 12, 486 


36, 631 


Hydroxyazobenzene 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .OH 





.... 


148 


Griess 


A., 137, 84 


vii., 151 


(cf. B., 3, 234) 
















,, 








.... 


148 


Kimich 


B., 8, 1027 










jj 


...* 


150 


Tschorvinsky 


B., 6, 560 


26, 1027 





j> 





.... 


148-154 


Mazzara 


G. I., 9, 424 


38, 163 











.... 


148-154 


Kekule 


B., 8, 1027 




. 








.... 


152 


Wallach and Kie 


B., 14, 2617 














penheuer 









jj 





.... 


152-153 


Wallach and Belli 


B., 13, 526 







H 


,. 


.... 


152-154 





B., 13, 525 







Ph.N 2 .OPh(?) 





.... 


154 


Scichilone 


G. I. [1882], 108 


42, 726 


Phenylazonitrolic acid 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NOH 


C 13 H 10 ON 3 


.... 


134 


Janovsky 


M. C., 6, 157 


48,789 


Hydroxydipheuylnitrosamine 


C,H 4 .OH.(NPh.NO)=1.4 


C 12 H 10 2 N 2 


.... 


95 


Philip and Calm 


B., 17, 2433 


48, 155 


Nitrodiphenylamine 


Ph.NH.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.4 


JJ 


A., 132, 167 


132 


Witt 


B., 11, 757 


33, 205 


,, 


jj 


JJ 


.... 


133 


Lellmann 


B., 15, 827 


42, 1059 


Hydroxyazoxybenzene 


Ph.N.O.N.C 6 H 4 .OH 


JJ 


cf. B., 3, 235 


145 


Wallach and Kie- 


B., 14, 2618 


42,394 












penheuer 






a-Eesorcinolazobenzene 


Ph.N 3 .C 6 H 3 (OH) 3 =?.1.3 


JJ 


.... 


161 


Typke 


B., 10, 1577 


34, 219 


a- 


j> 


JJ 


.... 


165 


Meyer and Kreis 


B., 16, 1330 


44,982 


a- 





JJ 


.... 


166 


Baeyer and Ja'ger 


B., 8, 151 




a- 


jj 


JJ 


.... 


167-168 


Wallach & Fischer 


B., 15, 2816 




f- 


=?.1.3 


JJ 


.... 


215 u.c. 


Typke 


B., 10, 1577 


34,219 


ft- 


>! 


JJ 


.... 


215 


Wallach & Fischer 


B., 15, 2819 




Azophenol .... 


:N.C.H 4 .OH) S =(1.2) 3 







171 


Weselsky & Benedikt 


A., 196, 344 ; B., 


34, 498; 36, 718 














11, 399 







<> 





.... 


171 


3ohn & Heumann 


B., 17, 273 


46, 1014 





=(l-4) 3 





.... 


204 d. 





B., 15, 3037 







jj 





.... 


804 d. 


Weselsky&Benedikt 


A., 196, 340 


36, 718 











d. 


214 


Ta'ger 


B., 8, 1499 


29, 580 


Nitroamido-diphenyl 


NO.,C,H 4 .C 6 H 4 .NH 3 





.... 


92-93 


Schultz 


B., 7, 55; A., 207, 


27, 468 ; vii., 




=1.2; 1.4 










350 


938 


>i 





j, 


.... 


97-98 





A., 174, 225 


28, 150 





=1.4; 1.2 


H 


.... 


38 


Schultz and others 


A., 207, 348 


40, 911 


,1 


=(1.4), 





.... 


60 


Fittig 


A., 124, 278 


v., 411 





n 





.... 


98 


Schultz 


A., 174, 222 


8, 150 


/3-naphthoic carbamide 


C 10 H 7 .CO.NH.CO.NH 2 


B 


.... 


15 


Vieth 


A., 180, 322 


0, 87 


Nitroamidoazobenzene 


.... 


C 13 H 10 2 N 4 


.... 


95 


Griess 


;2], 5, 857 


i., 921 


n 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH 2 


JJ 


.... 


03-205 


Bolting and Binder 


B. S., 42, 340 


8, 385 




=1.4; 1.? 

















=1.3; 1.4 


JJ 


.... 


10 


Meldola 


5, 113 







.... 


jj 




45 


Griess 


'21 5, 857 


i., 921 


Oxalylphenylallylearbamide 


X).NPh.CO.CO.N.C 3 H,, 


Ci 2 H 10 O 3 N 2 


.... 


07-108 


Maly 


. JJ J * 

. C. [2], 5, 258 


irf., 1089 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



527 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitroacetonaphthalide 


NHAc.N0 3 =aA; (?) 


C 12 H 10 3 N : 




115 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 111 


46, 751 





=(?) 





A., 211, 41 


123-5 


Jacobsen 


B., 14, 805 


40, 736 


.... 


=a? 





....' 


142 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 110 


46, 751 





=a? 


n 


.... 


171 


Anderoni & Bieder- 


B., 6, 342 














mann 






i) 


11 =<ri 


11 


.... 


171 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 109 


46, 751 


(cf.B.,7,242) 


=? 





isoiueric 


171 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 229 


31, 599 





11 = a # 





11 


171 





A., 183, 230 


H 


11 


=a? 





.... 


187 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 110 


46, 751 


11 


jj (I I ( 'L' > 





.... 


189 


Liebermanu and 


B., 7, 245 


27, 692 












Dittler 






11 


="? 





.... 


190 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 253 


46, 752 


11 


=a? 


11 


.... 


194 


Lellmann 


B., 17, 112 


46, 751 


Benzoquinone+o-nitraniline 


C 6 H 4 : 2 +C 6 H 4 .NO 2 .NH 2 


C 13 H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


94-97 


Hebebrand 


B., 15, 1976 




+P- 11 





H 


.... 


115-120 


ii 


11 




Diuitrohydrazobenzene 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.NH.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


C 12 H 10 4 N 4 


.... 


220 


Lermontoff 


B., 5, 234 




Dinitroamidodiphenylamine 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.C 6 H S (N0 2 ) 2 


' 


.... 


172 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1237 


42, 1057 


Dinitro-a-ethoxynaphthalene 


OEt.(N0 2 ) 2 =a 1 


C^H.AN, 





88 


Martius 


Z. C. [2], 4, 82 


vi., 857 


11 ~P" i> 


=0,?; ft 





.... 


138 


Grsebe and Drews 


B., 17, 1172 


46, 1036 


Trinitroaniline + benzene .... 


C 6 H 6 +C 6 H 2 .NH 2 .(N0 3 ) 3 


C 12 H 10 OjN 4 


.... 


108-5 


Mertens 


B., 11, 843 






=1.2.4.6 














Trinitrobenzene+ aniline .... 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 3 +NH 2 Ph 





.... 


123-124 


Hepp 


A., 215, 356; 


36, 51; 44, 316 














B. S. [2], 30, 4 




Pyridine methopicrate 


C 5 NH 5 +C 6 H 2 .OMe.(N0 2 ) 3 


C 12 H 10 7 N 4 


+pi 2 o 


34 


Ostermayer 


B., 18, 592, 599 


48, 813 


Hydroxydiphenylamine 


Ph.NH.C 6 H 4 .OH=1.3 


CuHuON 


.... 


81-5-82 


Merz and Weith 


B., 14, 2345 


42, 179 


11 


i) 11 


11 


340 


81-5-82 


Calm 


B., 16, 2788 


46, 591 


11 


=1.4 


n 


330 


70 


11 


B., 16, 2801 


46, 591 


/3-acetonaphthalide 


C 10 N 7 .NHAc=/3 





.... 


132 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 225 


31, 607 





11 11 





.... 


132 


Liebermann and 


B., 8, 1110 


29, 403 












Scheiding 






(cf. A., 211, 42) 


11 





.... 


132 


Cosiner 


B., 14, 59 


40, 606 


(cf.B.,14,2343) 


11 





.... 


132 


Calm 


B., 15, 611 


42,972 





11 11 





.... 


132 


Benz 


B., 16, 9 




a- (cf.B.S.,20,20) 


11 - a 





.... 


152 


Tommasi 


C. R, 76, 1267 


26, 1040 


11 


11 





.... 


156 


Jacobson 


B., 14, 1793 




11 


i) 11 


n 


.... 


157-158 ' 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44,916 


11 


i> 11 





.... 


159 


Bother 


B., 4, 850 


25, 81 


11 


11 11 





.... 


159 


Anderoni & Bieder- 


B., 6, 342 


vii., 845 












mann 









11 11 





.... 


159 


Liebermaun 


A., 183, 229 


31, 599 


11 


11 11 





.... 


160 


Calm 


B., 15, 615 


42, 972 


a-naphthylacetamide 


C 10 H 7 .CH 2 .CO.NH 2 





.... 


180-181 


Boessneck 


B., 16, 641 


44, 808 


Acetonylquinoline 


N.(CH 2 .CO.Me)=a 1 /3, ; 





.... 


76 


Fischer and Kuzel 


B., 16, 164 


44, 588 


Amidobenzeneazophenol 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 4 .OH 


C 13 H n ON 3 


.... 


138-5 


Schmidt 


Z. C. [1869], 419; 


vi., 272 




=1.4; 1.? 










A., 122, 174 




11 


=1.3 ; 1.? 





.... 


168 


Wallach & Schulze 


B., 15, 3021 


44, 583 


11 


=(!*), 


N 


.... 


181 


Meldola 


47, 659 




Nitroso-ethoxy naphthalene.... 


OEt.NO=a/3 


C 12 H U O2N 


.... 


101 


Fuchs 


B., 8, 630 




Aeetamidonaphthol 


OH.NHAc=|3a 





.... 


225 


BSttcher 


B., 16, 1938; 


44, 1113; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 898 


659 


Dimethamido-a-naphthoqui- 


C 10 H 6 (NMe 2 ):0 2 (?) 





.... 


118 


Plimpton 


37, 642 




none 
















Ethamido-a-naphthaquinone 


C 10 H 6 (NHEt):0 3 (?) 





.... 


139-140 





37, 641 




H 11 11 


C 10 H 6 .O.NEt.O 


,, 


.... 


140 


Zincke 


B., 12, 1646 


38,49 


Amidobenzene azoresorcinol 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 


C 12 H n 3 N 3 


... 


too high to 


Meldola 


47, 661 






=1.4; 4.3.1 






determine 








Nitrocinnatnenylvinylme- 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH : CH.CH : CH. 


CuHuOjN 


... 


73-5 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2327 


48, 1222 


thylketone 


COMe=1.2 














Nitroethoxynaphthalene 


OEt.NO 2 =j3? 


" 


.... 


103-104 


Wittkampf 


B., 17, 394 


46, 1036 



528 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dimethamidojuglone 


C 10 H 4 (OH)(NMe 2 ):0 2 =/3,; 


C 12 H,,0 3 N 


.... 


149-150 


Mylius 


B., 18, 465 


48, 803 




(3,0,0, 














Ethoxyquinoline carboxylic 


N.OEt.COOH=a,0,/3 2 ; 


M 




133 


Friedlander and 


B., 17, 460 


46, 1020 


acid 










Gohring 






,, 


=a,/3,a 2 ; 





.... 


145-146 


Konigs and Korner 


B., 16, 2154 


46,84 


Ethylic hydroxyquinoline 


N.OH.COOEt=a,/3,a 2 ; 





.... 


206-207 





B., 16, 2155 





carboxylate 
















? acid 


.... 


H 


.... 


148-149 


Weltner 


B., 18, 794 


48, 794 


Nitrocinnamylacetone 


N0 2 .(CH : CH.CO.CH 2 Ac) 


C 12 H n 4 N 


.... 


112-113 


Fischer and Kuzel 


B., 16, 36 


44,587 




=1.2 














Nitrobenzoyltetramethylene 


(CH 2 ) 3 .C(C0 2 H).CO.C 6 H 4 . 


C IS H U 5 N 


.... 


172 


Perkin and Bellinoi 


B., 18, 957 


48, 795 


carboxylic acid 


N0 2 =1.4 














Nitropeucedanin (cf. A., 176, 


.... 





.... 


100 d. 


Bothe 


J. p., 46, 371 


iv., 386 


78) 
















Anilinetrinitraniline 


C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .NH 2 +Ph.NH 2 


C, 2 H U 6 N 5 




123-125 


Hepp 


A., 215, 359 




Diamidophenyloxide 




C 12 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


185 


Hoffmeister 


A., 159, 209 


vii., 941 


Ethylnaphthylnitrosamine ... 


C, H 7 .NEt(NO)=/3 





.... 


49 


Henriques 


B., 17, 2669 


48, 168 


Harmalol 




(?) 


darkens 180 


212 d. 


Fischer and Ta'ube] 


B. 18 405 


48, 821 











125 


Fittica 


B 8 711 


28, 1195 






H 








D., 0, ILL 




Azoxyaniline 


0:N 2 (C 6 H 4 .NH 2 ) 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 12 H 12 ON 4 


.... 


182-184 


Mixter 


A. J. C., 5, 1 


46, 301 


Diacetamido-o-toluic nitril .... 


NAc 2 .(CH 2 CN)=1.4 


C 12 H 12 2 N 2 


.... 


152-153 


Gabriel 


B., 15, 835 


42, 1070 


? amide 


0,,H, ON.(CO.NH 2 ) 





.... 


264 


Weltner 


B., 18, 794 


48, 794 


Acetoxyphenylethenylazox- 


AcO.CHPh.C : N.O.CMe : N 


C 12 H 12 3 N 2 


.... 


52 


Gross 


B., 18, 1077 


48, 898 


















imethenyl 
















Phenylethenylazoximepro- 


O.N : C(CH 2 Ph).N : C.(CH 2 ) 2 . 


H 


.... 


59 T 60 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 2484 


48, 1218 


1 1, 1 ' J 
















penylcarboxyhc acid 


CO 2 H 














Diacetylterephthalaldoxime 


(CH:NAc).(CH:NOAc)=1.4 


, 


.... 


155 


Westenberger 


B., 16, 2995 


46, 581 


Methyloxyquinizinacetic acid 


1 





.... 


178 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 17, 2052 


46, 1380 




CO,H).CO=1.2 














? 


.... 


C 12 H 12 3 N 3 


brown 150 


172 d. 


Paal 


B., 17, 2762 


48, 250 


Urocaniuic acid 


(>* 


C 12 H 12 4 N 4 


+4H 2 


212-213 


Jaffe 


B., 7, 1671 




Trisuccinamide 


(C 4 H 4 2 ) 3 N 2 


C 12 H I2 6 N 2 


.... 


83 


Chiozza and Ger- 


A., 90, 108 


v., 462 












hardt 






/3-hydroxypyridine oxalate .... 


(C 5 H 6 NO) 2 +H 2 C 2 4 


(?) 


.... 


175 


Fischer and Eenouf 


B., 17, 1896 


46, 1370 


Ethylic dinitrophenylacetace- 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 .(CHAc.COOEt) 


C 12 H 12 ; N 2 


.... 


94 


Heckmann 


A., 220, 128 


46, 178 


tate 


=4.2.1 














Diethylic dinitrophthalate .... 


(C0 2 Et) 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


C 12 H 12 8 N 2 


.... 


91 


Beilstein and Kur- 


B. S. [2], 34, 327 


40, 436 












batow 






Aniline phenate 


Ph.NH 2 +C 6 H 5 .OH 


C 13 H I3 ON 


184-5 u.c. 


89-5 


Dale and Schorlem- 


A., 217, 388 


43, 186 












mer 






> 








181 


30-8 


Dyson 


43, 466 




i> 


it 


M 


.... 


32 


Hubner 


A., 210, 342 




Cumostyril 


C 9 H 6 PrPON 






Ifi7 Ifift 


,,,. , 


B-I H OOQQ 












UJ 4 1OO 


W K final i H 


.j 17, $iZot> 




Acetamidopropenylbenzoic 


NHAc.C 3 H 6 .C0 2 H=1.2.5 


C 12 H 13 3 N 


.. 


210-212 


n 


B., 16, 2575 


46, 318 


acid 
















Acetyltetrahydrocinchoninic 
. j 


fr. C C H 5 (C0 2 H).CH 2 .CH : 


H 


.... 


164-5 


Weidel 


M. C., 3, 64 


42, 531 


acid 


CH.NH=1.2 














Methylcumazonic acid 


C 6 H 3 (CO 2 H).CMe 2 .O.CMe : N 







218 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2576 


46, 303 




=1.2 














Cotarnine 


.... 


M 


+H 2 


100 

nf\4- V\ i on 




.... 


ii., 89 


Nitrosomethylanilidopyrotar- 


CO.NMe.CO.CH 2 .CMe.NPh. 
i j 


C 12 H, 3 3 N 3 




not D. IzO 
147 


Beckett & Wright 
Wechsler 


28, 576 
B., 18, 1044 


48, 900 


tarimide 


NO 














Ethylic aeetylphenyloxamate 


NAcPh.CO.CO 2 Et 


C 12 H 13 4 N 


.... 


64-65 


Klinger 


A., 184, 268 


31, 711 





n 


,, 


.... 


66-67 




B., 8, 311 


28, 1025 


Ethylic nitropropenylbenzo- 
ate 


N0 2 .C 3 H 6 .C0 2 Et=1.2.5 


" 


.... 


Liquid 


Widmann 


B., 15, 2552 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



529 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


/3-Lactone of isopropylnitro- 


Pr/3.NO 2 .(.CH.CH 2 .CO.O) 


C 12 H 13 4 N 


.... 


73 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2022 


46, 1352. 


phenyllactic acid 


L _1 














=1.3.4 


Nitrocumenylacrylic acid .... 


Pr/3.NO,,(CH:CH.C0 2 H) 


" 


.... 


141 


Widmann 


B., 17, 2283 


48, 56 


Tl !> 


=4.2.1 





pure 


156-157 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2018 


46, 1351 


I, !, I! 


,> 





ordinary 


152-153 





B., 17, 2017 


H 


Ethylic benzammalonate 


C0 2 H.(NH.CO.CH 2 .C0 2 Et) 







172-173 


Sehiff 


B., 17, 403 


46,906 




= 1.3 














Nitro-aceteugenol 


C 3 H 5 .OMe.OAc.NO 2 =1.4.3.? 





.... 


61 


Weselsky and Bene- 


M. C., 3, 391 


42, 1201 












dikt 






Ethylic nitrophenylazoacet- 


NO 2 .(.N 2 .CHAc.CO 2 Et)=1.2 


C 12 H 13 5 N 3 


.... 


92-93 


Bamberger 


B., 17, 2416 


48, 157 


acetate 
















Nitroquinol dipropionate .... 


(O.C 3 H 5 O) 2 .NO 2 =1.4.5 


C 13 H I3 6 N 


.... 


86 


Hesse 


A., 200, 247 


38, 317 


Diethylic nitrophthalate 


(COOEt) 2 .NO 2 =1.2.? 





a. 300 


Liquid 


Faust 


A., 160, 57 


25,76; vii., 978 


!> 


=1.2.4 


n 




33-34 


.... 


A., 208, 234 







=1.2.3 







43 


Miller 


B., 11, 1191 


34, 982 


,> 










45 


< 


A., 208, 243 




nitroisophthalate ... 


= 1.3.5 







83-5 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 489 


42, 1294 





1 J 


a 




83-5 


Storrs and Fittig 


A., 153, 288 


vii., 979' 


Nitroacetoxypropylbenzoic 


CO 2 H.(CMe 2 .OAc).NO 2 







131-133 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2569 


46, 317 


acid 


=1.4.5 














Ethylic diacetylcomenamate 


C 5 H 2 N(OAc) 2 .CO 2 Et 





fr. pyridine 


38 


Ost 


J. p. [2], 29, 57 


48,49 


nitro-opianate 


COH.NO 2 .(OMe) 2 .C0 2 Et 


C 13 H 13 7 N 


.... 


96 


Prinz 


J. p. [2], 24, 358 


42, 402 




=6.13.2.1 














Methylethyloxyquinizine .... 


C 6 H 4 .N.NH.CMe.CHEt. CO 


C 18 H 14 ON 2 




108 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 17, 2051 


46, 1380 




i i 
















=1.2 














Toludimethyloxyquinizine .... 


C 6 H 3 Me.N.NH!cVe.CHMe. 







96-97 


Knorr 


B., 17, 550 


46, 1153 




CO=1.2.3 
















j 

















=1.4.5 


D 




137 







H 


Phenyl acetamidine diacetate 


Ph.CH 2 .C(NHAc):NAc 


C 13 H 14 2 N 2 




172-173 


Luckenbach 


B., 17, 1425 


46, 1134 


Methylanilidopyrotartar- 


CO.NMe.CO.CH 2 .CMe.NH 






103 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1043 


48, 900 


imide 
















Ph 


Toluidopyrotartarimide 


CO.NH.OO.CH 2 .CMe.NH. 






181 




B., 18, 1051 


48, 901 




i i 
















C 6 H 4 Me=1.2 














Ethylpseudoisatin-a-ethyl- 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C(NOEt).NEt=1.2 


n 


.... 


99 


Baeyer 


B., 16, 2193 


46,74 


oxime 
















Ethylic azobenzene acetace- 


Ph.N 2 .CHAc.CO 2 Et 


C 12 H 14 3 N 3 


ii 


59-5 


ZUblin 


B., 11, 1418 


34, 880 


tate 
















Diacetylphenyloxethenyl 


AcO.CHPh.C(NH 3 ) : NOAc 


C I3 H 14 4 N 2 


.... 


113 


Gross 


B., 18, 1077 


48, 898 


amidoxime 
















Diacetylphenyloxethenyl 


AcO.CHPh.C(NH).NH.OAc. 


JJ 


.... 


149 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 127 


46, 734 


oxamidine 
















Ethylic dinitrocuminate 


Pr.(N0 2 ) 2 .CO 3 Et=? 


C 12 H 14 6 N 3 




77-5 




J. [1858], 271 




Deoxyamalic acid 




C 12 H 14 6 N 4 




260 


Fischer and Eeese 


A., 221, 336 


46, 467 


Ethylic nitrophenylnitro- 


NO 2 .[CH(OMe).CH(NO.,). 


C 12 H 14 O.N 2 




77 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 852 ; A., 


48, 1138 


methoxypropionate 


CO,Et]=1.4 








Mahly 


229, 210 




Methylic nitrophenylnitro- 


NO 2 .[CH(OEt).CH(NO 2 ). 


n 




110 








ethoxypropionate 


CO 2 Me]=1.4 












" 


Methylic ethyldinitrohydro- 


OEt.(N0 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 .CO i! 


^ 


.... 


36 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


p-coumarate 


Me)=1.2.6.4 














Ethylic methyldinitrohydro- 


OMe.(NO 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH !! .C0 2 






71 








p-coumarate 


Et)=1.2.6.4 










)J 





Diethylic dinitrosuccinosuc- 




C 12 H 14 8 N 2 


brown 100 


113-114 d. 


Ebert 


A., 229, 45 


48, 1122 


cinate 
















Cumenylacrylamide 
a-ethoxy hydromethyl quino- 
line 


Pr3.(C 2 H 2 .CO.NH 2 )=? 
NMe.H 3 .OEt=a 1 /3 1 /3 s a ;j ; a, 


C 12 H 16 ON 


269-270(716) 


185-186 
Liquid 


Perkin 
Fischer 


J. [1877], 790 
B., 16, 718 


3t, 399 

44, 1147 


Hydroeumostyril 


C 9 H s Pr/3ON 


" 




135 


Widmann 


B., 17, 2283 


3 v 



530 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


? 


.... 


C 13 H I5 2 N 


a. 300 


78-80 


Canzoneri & Spica 


G. I., 14, 448 


48, 751 


Cumenylamidoacrylic acid ... 


C 9 H n .0 2 H(NH 2 ).CO 2 H 


J) 


.... 


154-155 


W id maun 


B., 17, 2283 


48,56 


o-amidocumenylacrylic acid 


cjBv > <sm&cja f co& 







165 


D 


jj 


D 


m - 





> 




165 





j) 





Isoamylidene-m-amidoben- 


.... 


)J 




130 ; sf. 100 


Schiif 


A., 210, 119 


42, 304 


zoic acid 
















Ethylic dimethamidobenzoyl 


NMe 2 .(CO.CO 2 Et)=1.4 


C 12 H 15 3 N 


... 


95 


Michler and Hau- 


B., 10, 2082 


34, 421 


formate 










hardt 






Anliydro-amidophenolethyl 


O.C 6 H 4 .NH.CMe.CH 2 .CO 2 Et 







107-108 


Hantzsch 


B., 16, 1950 


44, 1111 


acetacetate 


=1.2 














Acetamidocumic acid 


Pr/3.NHAc.C0 2 H=1.2.4 


)) 


.... 


246 


Widmaim 


B., 16, 2579 


46, 303 





>! J) 


)i 




248-250 


Fileti 


G I., 10, 12 


40, 425 


Benzoyl horaopiperidic acid 


Ph.CO.C 6 H 10 O 2 N 


1 


.... 


94 


Schotten 


B., 17, 2545 


48, 176 


Cuminuric acid 


.... 


1) 


A., 109, 31 


168 


Jacobsen 


B., 12, 1514 


38, 38 


Hy drocotarn iue 


.... 


)> 


+iH 2 


50 


Hesse 


B., 4, 696; As., 


24, 1065; 25, 














8, 261, 326 


724 ; vii., 877 


j) 




> 


.... 


54 


Beckett & Wright 


29, 466 


28, 577 


Ethylic urethane benzoate ... 


C0 2 Et.(NH.C0 2 Et)=1.3 


C 12 H 16 4 N 




100-101 


Wachendorff 


B., 11, 702 


34, 674 


Diethylic amidophthalate ... 


(CO 2 Et) 2 .NH 2 =1.2.3 


)1 




Liquid 


Miller 


A., 208, 246 


42, 405 





=1.2.4 


J 


.... 


95 


IT 


A., 208, 237 ; B., 


34, 983 














11, 1192 







1J )1 


)J 




crystalline 


Baeyer 


B., 10, 125, 107!) 




amidoisophthalate 


=1.3.5 


J 


.... 


118 


Beyer 


J. p. [2], 25, 503 




amidoterephthalate 


=1.4.5 


J) 




? 


... 


A., 121, 92 




Actetate of amidopropenyl- 


C0 2 H. (NH 2 + H Ac).C 3 H 5 


}) 


.... 


160 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2574 


46, 318 


benzoic acid 


=1.3.4 














Acetamidohydroxypropyl- 


CO s H.(NHAc).(CMe 2 .OH) 


n 




nf. 280 


51 


B., 16, 2572 


46, 317 


benzoic acid 


=1.3.4 














Dimethylic collidine dicar- 


N.Me 3 .(C0 2 Me) 2 =1.2.4.6.3.5 


) 


285-287 


82 


Hantzsch 


B., 16, 1947 


44, 1082 


boxylate 
















Monethylic collidine dicar- 


N.Me 3 .CO 2 H.OO 2 Et 


)> 


.... 


157 


Michael 


A., 225, 121 


48,61 


boxylate 


=1.2.46.3.5 














Triacetamidophenol 


OII.(NHAc) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 12 H 16 4 N 3 




263 d. 


Bamberger 


B., 16, 2401 


46, 309 


Ethylic hydroxyisopropyl 


CO 2 Et.(CMe. 2 OH).NO 2 


C 12 H 16 6 N 




96 


Widmann 


B., 15, 2550 


44,330 


nitrobenzoate 


=1.4.5 














Isopropylnitrophenyllactic 


[OH(OH).CH 5 .C0. 2 H].NO S 


)> 




119-120 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2024 


46, 1353 


acid 


Pr0=1.2.4 














Ethylic nitrodimethamido- 


(NH.CO.CO 2 Et).NMe 2 .NO 2 


C 12 H 15 5 N 3 




152 


Wurster and 


B., 12, 1805 


38, 110 


phenyloxamate 


=1.4.6 








Sendtner 






/3-butyranilbetame oxalate .... 


NH 2 Ph.CHMe,CH 2 .COO 


C 12 H 16 6 N 


.... 


137-139 


Balbiano 


B.,13,313;G. I., 


38, 462, 542 




+C 2 H 2 4 










10, 137 




Aniline citrate 


C 6 H 5 .NH.O.C 6 H 6 4 (OH) 2 


C 12 H 1S 7 N 




b. 100 


Pebal 


A., 82, 91 


iv., 427 


Ethylic cyanuro-carboxylate 


(NCO.C0 2 Et), 


C 12 H 15 9 N 3 




118-119 


Wurtz & Henninger 


('. R, 100, 1419 


48, 969 


Triethoxytrinitrobenzene .... 


(OEt) 3 .(N0 2 ) 3 =1.2.3.4.5.6 


) 




93 


Weselskyand Bene- 


M. G, 2, 218 


42,54 












dikt 






Piperidylphenylcarbamide .... 


PhHN.CO.N:C 5 H 10 


C 12 H 16 OK 2 




168 


Gebhardt 


B., 17, 3041 


48, 384 


Benzoylpiperylhydrazine ... 


C 5 H 10 N.NHBz 


n 




195 


Knorr 


A., 221, 297 


46, 467 


Picramide+aniline 


C 6 H.,.OH.(NH 2 ) 3 +NH, 1 Ph 


C 12 H 16 ON 4 




123-125 


Hepp 


A., 215, 344 


44,316 


Diethyl terephthalaldoxime 
Ispphthalimidethyl ether .... 


C 6 H 4 (CH:NOEt) 2 =1.4 
C 6 H 4 [C(OEt):NH] 2 =1.3 


C 12 H 16 2 N 2 

)) 


d. 120 


55 
66 ; a. f. 157 


Westenberger 
Luckenbach 


B., 16, 2995 
B., 17, 1432 


46, 581 
46, 1158 


Benzamide+anisaldehyde .... 




)) 




180 


Schuster 


A., 154, 80 


vii., 80 


Ethylic dimethamidophenyl 


(NH.CO.C0 2 Et).NMe 2 =1.4 


C 1S H 16 3 N 2 




117 


Sendtner 


B., 12, 531 


36, 627 


oxamate 
















Acetamide+auisaldehyde .... 
Nitroisovaleryl toluide 


v. C 12 H 16 2 N 2 
Me.N0 2 .NH(C 6 H 9 0)=1.3.4 


! 
)1 


A., 154, 80 


180 
88-89 


Schuster 
Friederici 


Z. C. [2], 6, 681 
B., 11, 1973 


vii., 3 
36, 312 


i) M 
Benzoylornithin 
Diethylic ketindicarboxylate 


C 6 H 8 2 .NH 2 .NH.C 7 H 6 

(.CMe.N:C.C0 2 Et) 2 




C 12 Hi' 6 4 N 2 


315-317 c. 


88-89 
225-230 
85-5 


Hiibner 
Jaffe 

Wleiigel 


A., 209, 364 
B., 11, 408 
B., 15, 1052, 1054 


42, 180 
34, 585 
42, 949 


Isopropyl nitrophenylaceta- 


[CH(OH).CH 2 .CO.NH 2 ]. 


i) 




150 


Einhorn and Hess 


B., 17, 2023 


46, 1353 


mide 


N0 2 .Pr/3=1.2.4 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



531 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dipropyl diuitrobenzeiie 


Pr 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.4.(?) 2 


C 12 H I6 4 N 2 


.... 


65 


Korner 


B., 11, 1865; A., 


36, 142 ; 44, 














216, 226 


322 


Ethyl dinitrothymol 


Pr 2 .Me.OEt=1.4.6 


C 12 H 16 5 N 2 




52-53 


Ladenburg and 


B., 10, 1219 


34,60 












Engelbrecht 






Triethoxydinitrobenzene .... 


(OEt) 3 .NO 2 =1.2.3.4.? 


C 12 H 16 ; N 2 




73 


Weselskyand Bene- 


M. C., 2, 217 


42, 54 












dikt 






Pipecoline picrate 


C 6 H 13 N+C 6 H 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 3 


C^H^N, 




136-138 


Hesekiel 


B., 18, 913 


48,812 


Tetramethylic azinsuccinate 


[.N: C(CO 2 Me).CH 2 .CO 2 Me] 2 


C 12 H 16 8 N 2 




149-150 


Curtius and Koch 


B., 18, 1301 


48, 886 


Capronanilide 


C 6 H 3 .NH(C 6 H n O) 


C 12 H 17 ON 


.... 


95 


Kelbe 


B., 16, 1200 


44, 916 


Acetamidoisobutylbenzene .... 


Bu0.NHAc=? 


) 


A., 211, 238 


170 


Studer 


B., 14, 1473 


40, 898 


i) j) 


" 


)> 


.... 


170 


Louis 


B., 16, 115 




Isobutylformotoluide 


Me.Bu0.(NH.CHO)=1.3.2 







103-105 


Effront 


B., 17, 2343 


48, 154 


., 


=1.5.2 


)) 




105-106 


11 


B., 17, 2332 


48, 152 


Acetylcymidine 


Me.Pr.NHAc=1.4.5 


j) 




112 


Widmann 


B., 15, 169 




Acetylisocymidine .... 


Me.Pr0.NHAc=1.3.? 







118 


Kelbe and Warth 


A., 221, 157 


46,47 


Acetamidotetramethylbeii- 


Me 4 .NHAc=1.2.3.5.6 







210-211 


Nolting and Bau- 


B.,18, 1149;B.S., 


48, 384, 893' 


zene 










mann 


42, 335 




Methyltetrahydromethoxy- 


NMe.Me.OMe=a 1 /3 1 ; Ol 


) 


260-262 


Liquid 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 17, 1708 


46, 1374 


quinaldin 
















Tetrahydroethoxymethyl- 


NMe.OEt=a, ; /3, 


) 


269-270 


Liquid 


Fischer 


B., 16, 718 




quinoline 






(716) 










Isobutylic tolylcarbamate .... 


C 6 H 4 Me.(NH.CO 2 Bu0)=1.2 


C 12 H 17 2 N 


275-280 p. d. 


L. 10 


Hofmaun & Mylius 


B., 5, 974 ; P. E., 


vii., 1180; 26, 














19, 108 


266 


Ethylic a-xylylglycocine 


Me 2 .(NH.CH 2 .CO 2 Et)= 1.3.? 


)) 




Liquid 


Ehrlich, 


B., 16, 206 


44, 594 


Carvacrol glycollamide 


Me.Pr.(O.CH 2 .C0 2 H)=1.4.6 


)1 




67-68 


Spica 


G. I., 10, 340 


38, 889 


Thymol 


=1.4.5 


n 




96-97 


11 


11 


)! 


Amido-cumenylpropionic aciJ 


Pr.NH 2 .(C 2 H 4 .C0 2 H)=1.3.? 


j 




103-105 


Widmann 


B., 17, 2283 


48, 56 


Mesitylurethane 


Me 3 .(NH.CO 2 Et)=1.3.5.6 


u 


.... 


61-62 


Eisenberg 


B., 15, 1016 


42, 956 


Isobutylethoxynitrobenzene 


Bu0.OEt.NO 2 =? 


C 12 H 17 3 N 


300 d. 


Liquid 


Liebmann 


B., 15, 1991 


44,59 


Diethylic dimethylpyrroline 


N.Me 2 .(CO 2 Et) 3 =1.2,5.3.4 


C 12 H 17 4 N 




90-91 


Knorr 


B., 18, 302 


48, 555 


dicarboxylate 
















11 i 


11 11 


)J 




09 


11 


B., 18, 1560 


48, 994 


i ii 


=1.2.4.3.5 


)5 




130 


11 


B., 17, 1638 


46, 1368 


Dimethylic dihydrocollidine 


N.Me 3 .(CO 2 Me) 2 .H 2 


5 


.... 


156 


Hantzsch 


B., 16, 1947 


44, 1082 


dicarboxylate 


1.2 4 6.3.5.5.6 














Oxypropyltoluidine oxalate.... 


NH(C 3 H 7 0)(C 7 H 7 )+C 2 H 2 4 


C 12 H 17 5 N 


KM 


151 


Morley 


41, 388 




Helicinaldoxime 


C 6 H n O 5 .O.C 6 H 4 .CH : NOH 


C 12 H 17 7 N 




190 


Tiemaiin and Kees 


B., 18, 1663 


48, 1072 




s=LS 














Pentanitrolactose 


C 12 H 17 (N0 2 ) 5 U 


C.jH.AiN, 




139'2 p.d. 


Ge 


J. E. [1882], 253 


42, 1043 


Diruethaniidothymoquinone 


Me.Pr.(NHMe) 2 :O.,=2 


C 12 H 18 0,N 2 




203 


Zincke 


B., 14, 95 


40, 596 


1 


.... 


C 12 H 18 5 N 2 


.... 


81 


Ehrenberg 


J. p., 32, 97 


48, 1192 


Diethyldime thylarnmouium 


(O.NMe 2 Et 2 ).(NO 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 12 H 18 7 N 4 




285 


Meyer and Leceo 


B.,8, 241; 10,315 


28, 633 


picrate 
















ii ii 


V J) 


> 


.... 


285-287 


Lossen 


A., 181, 374 


32, 191 


Tetranitrolactose 


C 12 H 18 (N0 2 ) 4 U 


C 12 H 1S 0, 9 N 4 




80-81 


Ge 


J. E. [1882], 253 


42, 1043 


Diethamidoethoxybenzene .... 


OEt.NEt 2 =1.2 


C 12 H 19 ON 


227-228 


Liquid 


Foster 


J. p. [2], 21, 364 


38, 465 








(754-3) 










Camphorethylimide 


c 8 H 14 :(co) 2 :NEt 


C 12 H 19 2 N 


274-275 


43-44 


Wallach and Ka- 


B., 14, 164 ; A., 


40, 285 












menski 


214, 249 




ii 


i 


j; 


275-276 


49-50 


i 


11 


11 


Cymidine acetate 


C 6 H 3 Me.Pr.NH 2 +HAc 


) 


.... 


112 


Widmann 


B., 15, 169 


42, 728 


Ethylcyanethine carboxylate 


C,,H 13 N 2 .NH.C0 2 t 


C 12 H 19 2 N 3 


247 


easily 


Meyer 


J. p., 30, 115 


48, 140 


Triethyldicarbopyrrolamide 


C 4 H 3 EtN(CO.NHEt) 2 


> 




229-230 


Bell 


B., 10, 1864 


36, 525 


Oxytetrolamide 


C 12 H 9 6 (NH 2 ) S 


C 12 H 19 5 N 6 


B. S., 33, 575 


177-177-5 


Demanjay 


A. C. [5], 20, 479 


40, 255 


Triuitrolactose 


C 12 H 19 (N0 2 ) 3 U 


C 12 H 19 17 N 3 


.... 


36-86 


Ge 


J. E. [1882], 253 


42, 1043 


Oxalylpiperidine 


(C 5 H 10 N.CO) 2 


C 12 H 20 2 N 2 


a. 350 


88-89 


Wallach 


A., 214, 278 




11 


) 


J 


a. 360 


90 


Schotten 


B., 15, 426 


42, 983 


Acrole'in-ammonia 




C 12 H 20 3 N 2 


.... 


d. 100 


Eedtenbacher 


A., 47, 114 


i., 57 


Diethoxyhydroxycaffei'ne .... 


C 8 H 9 N 4 2 (OEt) 2 .OH 


C 12 H 20 5 N 4 


A., 215,274 


195-205 d. 


Fischer 


B., 14, 641 


40, 614 


Diethylic oxaldiamidopro- 


(.CO.NH.CHMe.CO 2 Et) 2 


C 12 H 20 6 N 2 


sic 


125-127 


Schiff 


B., 18, 490 


48, 760 


pionate 
















11 11 


)) 


11 


11 


152-154 


11 


n 


11 



3 v 2 



532 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dextro-campho-urethane .. 


C 9 H 15 .NH.CO 2 Et 


C 13 H 21 2 N(? 




115 


Haller 


C. E., 98, 578 


46, 755 


Lsevo- 


)) 


)> 


.... 


126-127 


11 


11 


11 


Triethylic amidotriglycollatt 


N(CH2.C0 2 Et) 3 


C 12 H 21 6 N 


280-290 p. d 


.... 


Heintz 


A., 140, 264 


vi., 647 


Diacetonamiue anhydride .. 




C 12 H 24 ON 2 


.... 


83 


Antrick 


A., 227, 365 


48, 503 


Amylisocaproylcarbamide .. 


Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .NH.CO.NH.CO. 


C 12 H 24 2 N 2 


.... 


94 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 758 


42, 1053 




(CH 2 ).,Pr0 














Amylcaproylcarbamide 


Me.(CH 2 ) 4 .NH.CO.NH.CO. 


) 




97 


)* 


11 







(CH 2 ) 4 Me 














Diisoamyloxamide 


.... 


^J 


B., 13, 516 


128-129 


Wallach 


A., 214, 316 


44, 49 


Diamyloxamide 


(.eO.NH.C 6 H n ) 2 


>J 




139 


Wurtz 


A. C. [3], 30, 490 


iv., 285 


Lauramide 


C n H 23 .CO.NH 2 


C,-H.ON 




102 


Krafft and StaufFei 


B., 15, 1729 


42, 1273 


Pinitrodiphenylene ketone... 


fr.(C 6 H 4 ) 2 :CO=(1.2) 2 


^12 .5^ -* 

C 13 H 6 5 N 2 


... 


290 


Schultz 


A., 203, 104 


38, 814 


a-Dinitrodiphenylene ketone 


fr.co:(G 6 H 4 ) 2 :o 


C 13 H 6 0,N 2 


.... 


145-150 


Eichter 


J. p. [2], 28, 273 


46, 325 


oxide 
















0- 





)) 




260 


11 


) 


11 


0- 11 11 


J 





.... 


S60 


Salzmann and 


B., 10, 1401 ; 16, 


34, 80 












Wichelbaus 


862 




0- i) 11 





) 


>* 


262 


Perkin 


43, 190 




Tetranitrobenzophenone 


CO:C 12 H 6 (N0 2 ) 4 


C 13 H 6 9 N 4 


MM 


225 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


Tetranitrodiphenylic car- 


[C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 ] 2 C0 3 


C 13 H 6 O n N 4 




125-5 


Kempf 


J. p. [2], 1, 407 


24, 342 


bonate 
















Quinone 


Fr.o-naphthoquinoline 


C l3 HjO.F 


.... 


205-207 d. 


Skraup and Cobenzl 


M. C., 4, 436 


44, 1014 




Nitrodiphenylene ketone .... 


C 6 H 4 .OO.C 6 H 3 .N0 2 


C 13 H 7 8 N 




217-218 


Strasburger 


B., 17, 108 


46, 754 




J =1.2; 1.2.4 














11 11 


11 11 


T) 


.... 


220 


Schultz 


A., 203, 103 


38, 814 


Anhydrobenzamidodiuitro- 


C 6 H.,(NO,) .O.CPh:N 
1- - " " p 


CuHjO^f. 


.... 


218 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 394 


42, 507 


phenol 


=(?) r l.a 














Diuitrophenylic m-nitroben- 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).C0 2 .C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 


C I3 H 7 8 N 3 


.... 


150 


List and Limpricht 


A., 90, 201 


i., 556 


zoate 
















Phenanthroline carboxylic 


O,NH 3 .CH : C(CO,H).C^NH 3 


C 13 H 8 2 N 2 


.... 


277 


Skraup and Fischer 


M.-G, 5, 253 


48, 393 


acid 


















=1.2.3.4.5.6 ; 5.6.1.2.3.4 














Dinitrofluorene 


C 12 H 6 (N0 2 ) 2 :CH 2 


C 13 H 8 4 N 2 


.... 


199-201 


Fittig and Schmitz 


A., 193, 140 


36, 164 


11 


)) 


J 


brown, 200 


255-260 d. 


Earth and Gold- 


B., 11,849 


34, 734; vii., 












schmidt 




673 


*, 


)) 


j 




a, 260 d. 


Barbier 


A. C. [5], 7, 472 


37, 718 


? Di nitrobenzophenone 


CO:C 12 H 8 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 13 H 8 5 N 2 


B., 10, 1836 


118 (?) 


Doer 


B., 5, 797 


26, 171; vii., 939 


11 )1 


)) 


)) 





129 


Linnemann 


A., 133, 10 


iv., 478 


1 11 ". 


n 


1 


.... 


129-5 


Doer 


B., 5, 797 


26, 171 


0- 


)> 







148-149 


Staedel and Saur 


B., 13, 836 


38, 646 


i) u 


)) 





.... 


148-149 


Pratorius 


B., 10, 1836 ; A., 


34, 420; 36, 319 














194, 349 




11 11 





)1 




148-149 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


"- >, 


J) 


J> 




189 


Staedel and Saur 


B., 11, 1747 




11 .... 


i) 







189-190 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


11 I) 





)) 


.... 


189-190 


Pratorius 


B., 10, 1836; 11, 


34, 420 ; 36, 














745; A., 194, 349 


242, 319 


7- 


1) 


>J 


.... 


189-190 


Staedel 


A., 218; 339 


44, 991 








I 


.... 


195-196 


Pratorius 


A., 194, 371 


36, 319 


>) j) 


51 


JJ 




a. 196 


Staedel 


B., 11, 745 


34, 671 


Dinitrodiphenyl carboxylic 
* j 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ).C0 2 H 


C 13 H 8 6 N 2 


.... 


252 


Strasser & Schultz 


A., 210, 192 


42, 521 


acid 


=1.4; 1.2.4 














Trinitrobenzanilide 


C 6 H,(N0 2 ) 2 .NH.CO.C 6 H 4 


C 13 H 8 7 N 4 




165 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1708 


34, 142 




NO 2 =1.3.4; 1.3 














11 .... .... 


,, =1.13; 1.2 


)) 




178 


11 


11 


)1 


11 .... .... 


,, =1.13; 1.? 


)) 




202 


11 


11 





Tetranitrodiphenylmethane 


CH 2 :c" 2 H 6 (N0 2 ) 4 


C 13 H 8 8 N 4 




212 
172 


11 
Doer 


11 
B., 5, 795 


Ti 

26,170;vii.,948 


11 
Nitrobenzyl picrate 


J 

N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .O.C 6 H,,(NO,,) 3 


C 13 H S 0,N 4 




172 

108 


Staedel 
iumpf 


V., 218, 339 
B., 17, 1077 


44, 991 
46, 1005 




=1.4; 1.2.4.6 
1 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



533 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Tetranitrocarbanilide 


CO[NH.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 )J 2 


C 13 H 8 9 N 6 


.... 


a. 200 


Losauitch 


B., 10, 690, 1296 




j, 










204 





B., 11, 1541 




Benzenylamidophenol 


C 6 H 4 .O.CPh:N=1.2 


C 13 H 9 ON 


314-317 


103 


Ladeuburg 


B., 9, 1526 


31, 304 





!> 





MM 


103 


Morse 


B., 7, 1319 




53 '*' 


,, 







103 


Htibner & Stiiukel 


A., 210, 384 


42, 506 





)J 


ji 


.... 


103 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 630 










,, 


.... 


103 


Kalckhoff 


B., 16, 1828 


44, 1110 


Diphenyleneacetoxime 


6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .C:NOH 


M 


B., 17, 807 


192 


Spiegler 


M. C., 5, 195 


46, 1182 




i i 














3-hydroxynaphthoquinoline 


HO.C 10 H 5 : C 3 NH 3 





.... 


w.m. 250 p.d 


Gentil 


B., 18, 202 


48, 561 


Nitrofluorene (A. C. [5], 7, 497) 


C 6 H 4 .OH,,.C 6 H 3 .NO 2 =1.2 ; 


C 13 H 9 2 N 


.... 


154 


Strasburger 


B., 17, 108 


46, 754 




1.2.4 














Carbazolic acid 


C 12 H S N.CO 2 H 





.... 


271-272 


Ciamician & Silber 


G. I. [1882], 272 


42, 1103 


Nitroanhydrobenzoyldiami- 


C H 3 (NO 2 ).NH.CPh : N 


C 13 H 9 0,N 3 




196 


Stover 


B., 7, 1317 


28, 271 


dobenzene 


?1 2 














D 







.... 


196 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 308 


40, 1131 


Nitrobenzophenone 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).COPh =1.3 


C 13 H 9 O 3 N 


.... 


93 


Becker 


B., 15, 2092 


44, 203 





,, 







94-95 


Geigy and Konigs 


B., 18, 2401 


48, 1236 





=1.2 





.... 


105 





B., 18, 2403 








=1.4 


5) 


.... 


138 


Easier 


B., 16, 2718 


46, 310 


Benzoxynitrosobenzene 


C (1 H 4 (NO).OBz=1.4 







168-175 d. 


Walker 


B., 17, 400 


46, 1003 


Benzoxynitrobenzene 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).OBz=1.2 


C 13 H 9 4 N 




55 


Schiaparelli 


G. I., 11, 65 


40, 603 





i. 







58 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 386 


42, 506 


,1 


=1.4 





.... 


142 





A., 210, 377 








,> ,, 





.... 


142 


Schiaparelli 


G. I., 11, 65 


40, 603 


Nitro-o-diphenylcarboxylic 


C 12 H 8 (NO 3 ).C0 2 H 





.... 


221-222 


Schmiti! 


A., 193, 123 


36, 164 


acid 
















,, -P- 










252 


^Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 203, 118 


40, 435 


!! -P- 








.... 


290 


a 


n 


. 


Ethylic nitro-|3-naphthoate.... 


C 10 H 6 .NO 2 .CO 2 Et 





.... 


93 u.c. 


Ekstrand 


B., 18, 1206 


48, 905 


-ft- 










110-lllu.c. 





B., 18, 1208 





,1 -0- 


,, 







122 u.c. 


n 


B., 18, 1207 





Acid fr. /3-naphthoquinoline 


.... 





+H 2 


206 


Skraup 


B., 15, 896 




a-phenylpyridinedicarboxylic 


N.CO 2 H.(C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H)=1.3.2 


,, 


.... 


230-235 d. 


Skraup & Cobenzl 


M. C., 4, 436 


44, 1014 


acid 
















m-nitrobenzylidenenitrani- 


.... 


C 13 H 9 4 N 3 




114 


.... 


J. [1870], 760 




line 
















Dinitrobenzanilide 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).NH.CO.C 6 H 4 . 


C 13 HAN 3 




187 


McHugh 


B., 7, 1268 ; 8, 36 


28, 271 




N0 2 =(1.3) 2 














Nitrobenzeneazosalicylic acid 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).N 2 .C 6 H 3 (OH). 


3) 


... 


225 d. (?) 


Meldola 


47, 666 






CO 2 H=1.4 ; 4.1.2 














Dinitrobenzamidophenol 


fr. C 6 H 4 (OH).NHBz=1.2 


C 13 H 9 6 N 3 




173 


Morse 


B., 7, 1320 


28,272;vii.,903 


Benzamidodiuitrophenol 


OH.NHBz.(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.4.6 


1) 




218-219 


Stuckenberg 


B., 10, 383 


32, 474 





>. 





.... 


220 


Dabney 


A. C. J., 5, 20 


46, 309 











.... 


220 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 388 


42, 506 





V 1! 





.... 


222-223 d. 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 632 







=1.4.2.6 





.... 


250 


Dabney 


A. C. J., 5, 20 


46, 309 


.... 


=1.4. (?) 2 


H 




250 


B 


46, 308 


Nitrobeiizamidonitrophenol 


OH.N0 2 .NH(CO.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 


jj 


.... 


225 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 380 


42, 506 




=1.?.4 ; (1.3) 














Benzoxydinitroamidobenzene 


OBz.NH 2 .(N0 2 ) 2 =1.2.(?) 2 


j. 


.... 


218-219 





A., 205, 74 ; 210, 


42, 507 














395 




Dinitrophenamidobenzoic 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 .NH.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H 


j- 




262-264 


Jourdan 


B., 18, 1449 


48, 988 


acid 


=4.2.1 ; 1.2 














Benzyl picrate 


(O.CH 2 Ph).(NO 2 ) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 13 H 9 7 N 3 


.... 


149 


Kumpf 


B., 17, 1076 


46, 1005 


Trinitrobenzylphenol 


C 6 H 4 (NO,).CH 2 .C 6 H 2 (OH) 






148 


Eennie 


41,36 






(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4 ; 1.4.3.5 














0-Dinitrophenylnitrobenzyl 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).CH 2 .O.C 6 H 3 


. 


.... 


137 


Kumpf 


B., 17, 1077 


46, 1005 


oxide 


(NO 2 ) 2 =1.4 ; 1.2.6 














"- 


=1.4 ; 1.2.4 





.... 


198 


Staedel 


B., 14, 899 


40, 723 


M 11 


" 


" 


.... 


201 


Kumpf 


B., 17, 1077 


46, 1005 



534 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


a-Dinitrophenylnitrobenzyl 


C,H 4 (N0 2 ).CH 2 .O.C 6 H a 


C 13 H 9 0,N. 




198 


Finkentscher 


A., 217, 177-182 




oxide 


(NO 2 ),=1.4; 1.2.4 














Anilidocarbamidophenol 


O.C 6 H 4 .N : C.NHPh=1.2 

i i 


13 H 10 ON 2 




173 


Kalckhoff 


B., 16, 1826 


44, 1110 


Hydroxybenzenylphenylene- 


NH.C 6 H 4 .N : C.C 6 H 4 .OH 







222-5 


Hiibner and Men- 


B., 13, 463 ; A., 


38, 556 


amidiue 


=(1.2) 2 








sching 


210, 345 




Diamidodiphenylene ketone 


fr. (C 6 H 4 ) 2 :CO=(1.2) 2 


3) 


.... 


286 


Schultz 


A., 203, 95 


38, 814 


Benzylidenenitranil ine 


Ph.CH:N.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =U 


C 13 H 10 2 N 2 




66 


Lazorenco 


J. [1870], 760 




Nitrobenzylideneaniline 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).CH : NPh=1.3 







61 





B 







=1.4 


jj 




93 


Fischer 


B., 14, 2526 


42,393 


Nitrobenzanilide 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).CO.NHPh=1.3 


C 13 H 10 3 N 2 




144 


Engler and Volk- 


B., 8, 35 


28, 643 












hausen 






.... 










144 


Mears 


B., 9, 774 


30, 309 


Benzamidonitrobenzene 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).NHBz=1.2 







94 


Hiibner & Schwartz 


B., 10, 1708 


34, 142 





>. 





.... 


94 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 301 


40, 1131 











.... 


94-95 


Stover 


B., 7, 463, 1315 


27, 806 





=1.3 





.... 


152 


Bell 


B., 7, 498 


27, 900 





1! 


jj 




154 


Hiibner & Schwartz 


B., 10, 1708 


34, 142 


(cf. 


>. 





.... 


155-5 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1716 




A 90ft 9Q7'\ 

>., >' ', .' i 



















=1.4 





.... 


199 


Stover 


B., 7, 463, 1315 


28, 271 


(cf. 


i> 





.... 


199 


Hiibner & Schwartz 


B., 10, 1708 


34, 142 


A., 208, 294) 
















Phenolazobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 (OH).N 2 .C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H 





.... 


220 


Griess 


B., 14, 2033 


42, 48 




= 1.?; 1.3 














Benzoylnitroatnidophenol .... 


OH.NHBz.NO 2 =1.2.4orl.4.2 


C 13 H 10 4 N- 2 




200 d. 


Post 


A., 205, 73 




Nitrosalicylanilide 


OH.NO 2 .(CO.NHPh)=1.3.4 





.... 


224 


Mensching&HUbnp] 


B., 13, 462 ; A., 


38, 556 














210, 343 




Nitrobenzamidophenol 


HO.C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 




.... 


139 d. 


Morse 


B., 7, 1320 


28, 272 


Salicylnitranilide 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 . 


.. 




154 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 345 






NO 2 =1.2 ; 1.2 

















=1.2; 1.3 







217-818 


Wanstrat 


B., 6, 337 


26, 907 





,. 





.... 


218-219 


Bell 


C. N., 31, 244 


28, 1201 





=1.2; 1.4. 







229-230 





3? 


31 





HO.C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 3 (NH,).NO ; , 







115 


Haarmann 


B., 6, 339 


26, 907 




=1.2 ; ?.1.4 














Dinitrodiphenylmethane 


fr. Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.3 






94 


Becker 


B., 15, 2092 


44, 203 





CH.:C 12 H 8 (N0 2 ) 2 







118 


Pratorius 


A., 194. 366 


36. 319 





a 





.... 


118 


Staedel 


B., 11, 745 


34,671 





fr. Ph.CH 2 .C,H 4 .N0 2 =1.4 







172 


Doer 


B., 5, 795 


vii.,948;26,170 


>! 


" 





.... 


175 


Easier 


B., 16, 2719 


46, 310 


" 


CH 2 :0 12 H S (N0 2 ) 2 







183 


Doer 


B., 5, 795 


26, 170 


.... 


I) 


31 




183 


Pratorius 


A., 194, 369 


36, 319 


Eesorcinolazobenzoic acid .... 


C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 .N 2 .C t H 4 .C0 2 H 


13 


.... 


d. 


Griess 


B., 14, 2034 


42, 49 




=1.3.?; 1.3 














Dinitrotolylphenyl 
(3-dinitrophenylbenzyloxide.... 


fr. Ph.C 6 H 4 .Me=1.4 
Ph.CH,.O.C 8 H 3 (NO,),=1.2.6 


CisH ; ANn 


.... 


153-157 
76 


Carnelley 
Kumpf 


J. [1876], 420 
B., 17, 1076 


29,23 
46, 1005 


a ~ 


,, =1.2.4 






149 








Nitrophenylnitrobenzyloxide 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ).CH 2 .O.C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ) 







129 


" 


B., 17, 1077 


" 




=1.4; 1.2 

















=(1.4), 






183 








Benzyldinitrophenol.... 
Dinitrodiphenylcarbamide .... 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 2 (OH)(N0 2 ) 2 
CO(NH.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.3) 2 


31 




87-88 
233 


Rennie 
Losanitsch 


13 

41, 222 
B., 16, 50 


D 
44, 583 


Benzyldinitroquinol 


=2 
(O.CH 2 Ph).OH.(N0 2 ) 2 


31 




a. 100 
137 


Bruckner 
Pellezzari 


B., 7, 1235 
G. I., 13, 501 


46, 437 


Ethylic dinitro-a-naphthoate 
-0- ,, 


C IO H 6 (N0 2 ) 2 .C0 2 Et 


33 




143 u.c. 


Ek strand 


B., 17, 1601 


46, 1361 




" 


31 




141 u.c. 





B., 17, 1603 




,i 
Formodiphenylamine 


H.CO.NPh, 


C 13 H n ON 


210-220(i.v.) 


165 u.c. 
73-74 


Girard and Willm 


B. S., 24, 99 ; B., 


.j 
30,99 














8, 1195 





COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



535 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Formodiphenylamine 


H.CO.NPh 2 


C^H^ON 


.... 


1 


Tobias 


B., 15, 2866 




Diphenylacetoxime 


Ph 2 : NOH 


5> 


B., 16, 823 


139-5-140 


Jaimy 


B., 15, 2782 


44,580 


Beuzanilide .... 


C 6 H-.CO.NHPh 


5) 


A., 60, 311 


160-161 


Wallach 


A., 184, 79 










51 




159 


Leuckart 


B., 18, 873 


48, 773 










159 


Frankland & Louis 


37, 745 






J) 


5) 




159 


Pieschel 


A., 175, 310 






5 


J 




163 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 291 


40, 1130 




)) 


)) 












Amidobenzophenone 


Ph.CO.C 6 H 4 .NH 2 =1.3 


51 




87 


Geigy and Konigs 


B., 18, 2401 


48, 1236 





=1.2 


11 




103 


Higgin 


41, 134 




,, .... .... 


M 


)) 


.... 


105-106 


Geigy and Konigs 


B., 18, 2404 


48, 1236 





= 1.4 


J) 




123 


Higgin 


41, 133 




,, .... 


71 


1) 




124 


Geigy and Konigs 


B., 18, 2404 


48, 1236 





)> )1 


) 




194 


Doebner 


B., 13, 1013; 


38, 804 














A., 210, 268 




,, .... .... 


J 







124 


Doebner and Weiss 


B., 14, 1836 




Formamidodiphenyl 


Ph.C 6 H 4 .NH.COH = 1.4 


n 




172 


Zimmermann 


B., 13, 1967 


40, 176 


Hydroxybenzaldehydeanilide 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH:NPh=1.4 


ji 




190-191 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 1272 


34,66 


Pseudocinnamylpyrroline .... 


C 4 H 4 N.CO.CH : CHPh 


H 




141-142 


Ciamician & Denu- 


B., 17, 2947 


48, 378 












stedt 






Diamidohydracridine ketone 


CO.C 8 H 4 .NH.C li H 2 (NH 2 ),, 


C 13 H,,ON 3 


.... 


222-223 


Jourdan 


B., 18, 1452 


48, 988 




i- . L 
















=2.1 ; U.2.4 














Phenylic phenylcarbamate .... 


NHPh.CO 2 Ph 


C^H.AN 




122 


Hofmann 


B., 4, 249 


24, 395 


> 15 "" 


I) 


H 




1S2 u. c. 


Eckenroth 


B., 18, 517 


48, 786 








" ( 


.... 


124 


Leuckart & Schmidl 


B., 18, 2339 


vii., 408 


1) '" 


)> 


i) 




125 


Gumpert 


J. p. [2], 31, 119 


48, 656 


Beuzylnitrobenzene 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NO 2 =1.3 


i) 


.... 


Liquid 


Becker 


B., 15, 2091 







=1.4 







31 


Easier 


B., 16, 2717 


46, 310 


Benzoxyamidobenzene 


C 6 H 4 (OBz).NH 2 =1.2 


jj 




unstable 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 630 







= 1.4 


51 


.... 


153-154 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 379 


42, 505 


Formylhydroxydiphenyl- 


C 6 H 4 .OH.(NPkCOH=1.4 


J 




178 


Philip and C.'alm 


B., 17, 2436 


48, 156 


amine 
















Hydroxybenzanilide 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CO.NHPh=1.2 


)) 


.,.. 


132 


Kupferberg 


J. p. [2], 16, 443 


34, 320 


i) .... .... 


> 


H 




134-135 


Wanstrat 


B., 6, 336 


26, 906 








ji 


.... 


.... 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 342 




? 


=1.3 


' 




154-155 


Kupferberg 


J. p. [2], 16, 445 


34, 320 


i .... .... 


=1.4 


,, 


.... 


196-197 





J. p. [2], 16, 444 


I) 


Benzamidophenol (?) 


C c H 4 .OH.NHBz=1.2(?) 


|4 


B., 16, 632 


103 


Morse 


B., 7, 1319 


28, 272 





=1.2 


H 




165; 167 


Bottcher 


B., 16, 631 ; 


44, 800 ; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 898 


658 


M .... ... 


!> I) 


1) 




767 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 387 


42, 506 


1J .... .... 


=1.4 


>j 


.... 


227-5 


n 


A, 210, 378 


42, 505 


/3-nitrotolylphenyl 


fr. Ph.C 6 H 4 .Me=1.4 


)) 


305-325 


Liquid 


Carnelley 


J. [1876], 419 


29, 22 


o- 





1) 


.... 


141 


j 


)> 


n 


Uihydroxybenzaldehydeani- 


(CH:NPh).(OH) 2 =1.2.5 


1) 




needles 


Tiemann and Miillei 


B., 14, 1987 




lide 
















/3-naphthimidoacetate 


C 10 H 7 .C(OAc) I NH 


)j 




150-152 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1487 


36, 48 


Nitrobenzylidenephenylhy- 


NHPh.N: CHLCaH^NO^l-S 


C^HOtN, 




121 


Schroeder 


B., 17, 2097 


46, 1323 


drazine 
















Nitrobenzylphenyl oxide .... 


Ph.O.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.4 


C U H 1I Q,N 




91 


Kumpf 


B., 17, 1077 


46, 1005 


Nitrophenylbenzyl oxide .... 


Ph.CH 2 .O.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 =1.2 


Jl 




29 


i 


B., 17, 1076 


) 


j 


=1.4 


)) 


.... 


106 


) 


B., 17, 1075 


) 


Beuzylnitrophenol .... 


OH.N0 2 .CH 2 Ph=1.2.4 


Jl 




71 ; 74-75 


Eennie 


41, 221 




Methylic pyrrolinemethyl- 


C 4 H 3 N : CH.C 6 H 4 .CO. i Me 


)> 


.... 


104-105 


Ciamician & Denn- 


B., 17, 2959 


48, 37!) 


benzoate 










stedt 






Nitrocarbanilide 


NHPh.CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


C 13 H U 3 N 3 




187 


Bruckner 


B., 7, 1236 


28, 166 


Amidobenzeneazosalicylic 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N,,C 6 H S (OH). 





.... 


219-220 d. 


Meldola 


47, 667 




acid 


CO 2 H 














Benzylnitroquinol 


OH.(O.CH 2 Ph).N0 2 =1.4.5 


C 13 H U 4 N 


,,,, 


137 


Schiff 


G. I., 13, 538 


46, 433 


,, .... .... 


=1.4.6 


3> 




156-158 d. 





> 





thy lie nitro-a-imphthoate .... 


C 10 H 6 .NO 2 .CO 2 Et=?a 





acid m.p. 19(i 


63 


Ekstrand 


B., 12, 1394 


38, 261 


~ a ~ ?> 


i) =?a J 


> 


215 


68-69 


i 


B., 18, 74 


48, 548 



536 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylic nitro-a-naphthoate .... 


C 10 H 6 .NO i ,C0 2 Et=?a 


CuH.AN 


icid m.fi. 233 


92 


Ekstrand 


B., 12, 1395 


38, 261 


)) JJ " a " JJ 


i) 


JJ 


238 


93 


Graeff 


B., 14, 1066 




-a- 


jj jj 


)) 


241 


93 


jj 


B., 16, 2252 


46, 81 


jj jj ~P~ jj 


=?0 


J) 


220 


82 


Ekstrand 


B., 12, 1395 


38, 261 


~P" jj 


J ) 


J> 


280 


107 


jj 


B., 12, 1396 


jj 


-- 


JJ 


JJ 


295 


109 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2254 


46, 81 


Dinitromethyldiphenylaraine 


C 6 H 3 .NMePh.(N0 2 ) 3 


C 13 H n 4 N 3 




167 u. c. 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1235 


42, 1057 


y-dinitrotolylphenylamine .... 


C 6 H 2 Me.(NO 2 ) 2 .NHPh 


JJ 




142 


Hepp 


A., 215, 369 


44, 317 


Dinitrophenyltoluidine 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.C 6 H 3 (NO 2 ) 2 


)J 




101-102 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1236 


42, 1057 




=1.2 ; (1), 

















=1.4 ; 1.2.4 


J 




135 


Engelhardt and 


Z. C. [2], 6, 225 


vii., 147' 












Latschinoff 






jj t 


JJ J 


J 


.... 


136 


Willgerodt 


B., 9, 980 


30, 405 


,, 


J) JJ 


>J 


.... 


137 


.... 


Z. C. [1870], 233 


ji 


DinitrodipheDylguanidine .... 


NH : C(NH.C 6 H 4 .NO.,), ! 


C 13 H U 4 N 5 




190 


Briickner 


B., 7, 1235 


28, 166 


Benzylphenylnitrosamine .... 


Ph.CH 2 .NPh.NO 


C 13 H 12 ON 2 




58 


Antrick 


A., 227, 360 


48, 543 


Benzoylphenylhydrazine 


Ph.NH.NH.CO.Ph 





.... 


168 


Fischer 


A., 190, 125 


34, 308 


Diphenylcarbamide .... 


NH 2 .CO.NPh 2 


J 


B., 8, 1666 


189 u. c. 


Michler 


B., 9, 397, 715 


30,91 


,, 


CO(CNHPh) 2 


JJ 


.... 


200-203 


Schiff 


B., 3, 651 


vii., 253 


jj ... *.. 


JJ 


)J 


.... 


205 


Hofmann 


A., 57, 266 ; 70, 


i., 756 














138 




,, .... 


JJ 


JJ 




225 


Willm & Wischen 


[2], 6, 192 


vii., 253 


J " " 


5) 


JJ 




220-235 


Eottermimd 


A., 175, 257 


28, 768 


,, 


)) 


J) 


.... 


232-233 


jj 


jj 


1J 


JJ .... 


)) 


JJ 


.... 


233-235 


Kuhn 


B., 18, 1478 




JJ " 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


235 


jj 


B., 18, 1477 




,, 


JJ 


J) 


.... 


235 


Steiner 


B., 8, 519 


28, 883 


,, 


J) 


JJ 


.... 


235 


Michler 


B., 9, 716 




,* 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


235 


Buff 


B., 2, 499 


vii., 583 


jj 


JJ 


)J 




235 


Weith 


B., 9, 881 


30, 639 


)) 


JJ 


1) 


260 


.... 


Hentschel 


J. p., 27, 498 


44, 1108 


(cf. B., 14, 2444) 


)J 


JJ 




235 


Bender 


B., 13, 699 




jj .... 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


235 


Hofmann 


B., 14, 2735 




)) .... .... 


JJ 


JJ 




234-235 


.... 


A. 




j) .... .... 


JJ 


JJ 


.... 


238 


.... 


A. 




Amidobenzanilide 


Ph.NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .NH,=1.3 


JJ 


.... 


114 


Engler and Volk- 


B., 8, 35 


28, 643 












hausen 






,, .... 


=1.2 


JJ 


.... 


129 


Piutti 


B., 16, 1321 


44, 999 


jj .... .... 


jj 


)J 


.... 


130 


Kolbe 


J. p. [2], 30, 467 


48, 666 


Benzdiamidobenzene 


C 6 H 4 .NH 2 .NHBz=1.3 


JJ 




125 


Bell 


B., 7, 498 


27, 900 


jj 


=1.4 


jj 




125 


Stover 


B., 7, 463 


27, 806 





> 


)J 


.... 


128 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 295 


40, 1130 


) .... 


=1.2 


JJ 


C 6 H 4 (NH 2 ) 2 ? 


140 


Mixter 


A. C. J., 6, 26 


46, 1327 


(?) .... 


=1.3 


(?) 


.... 


260 


Iliibner 


A., 208, 298 




Hydroxybenzylidenephenyl- 


HO.C C H 4 .CH I N 2 HPh=1.2 


jj 


.... 


142-143 


Kossing 


B., 17, 3004 




hydrazine 
















jj 


>! 


>j 




142-143 


Tiemann and Kees 


B., 18, 1660 




Methyloxyazobenzene 


Ph.N 2 .O.C 6 H 4 Me 


jj 




53-5-54 


Scichilone 


G. I. [1882], 108 


42, 726 


Phenylazocresol (J., 1879,465) 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.OH=?.l .3 


jj 


.... 


109 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 366 


46, 902 


,j .... ... 


=?.1.4 


jj 




108-109 


Mazzara 


G. I., 9, 424 


38, 163 


jj .... ... 


jj 


jj 




108-109 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 352 


46, 901 


jj .... ... 


" J! 


jj 




108 


Liebermann and 


B., 17, 131 


46, 736 












Kostanecki 






jj 


=?.1.2 


jj 




138-130 


jj 


jj 


JJ 


jj 
Phenolazotoluene 


HO.C 6 H 4 .N5.C 6 H 4 Me " 


jj 
jj 




129-130 
151 


Nolting and Kohn 
Kimich 


B., 17, 363 
B., 8, 1030 


46, 902 
29, 268 




=1.?; 1.4 














y-Diamidobenzophenone 


CO:C 12 H 8 (N0 2 ) 3 


jj 


.... 


131 


Staedel 


A., 218, 3.39 


44, 991 


0- 


J> 


jj 


J. p., 46, 509 


165 


Doer 


B., 5, 797 


26,171; vii, 939 


0- 


JJ 


jj 




165 


Stadel 


B., 11,744 


34, 671 


0- 


)J 


)> 


.... 


165 


Pratorius 


A., 194, 356 


36, 319 


- j, 


JJ 


jj 


.... 


172 


>j 


A., 194, 338 


36, 242 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



537 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


a-Diamidobenzophenone 


00:C 12 H 8 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 13 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


172 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


a- ' . 





> 




172 


Staedel and Saur 


B., 11, 1748 




Harmin (cf. J., 1854, 525) .... 


see B., 18, 405 


M 


A., 64, 365 


256-257 d. 


Fischer and Ta'uber 


B., 18, 400 


48, 820 


Nitrobenzylphenylamine .... 


Ph.NH.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


Cj.H.jOjN. 




68 


Strakosch 


B., 6, 1062 


27,80 


Salicyl-a-amidoanilide 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .OH 


)> 


.... 


143 


Bell 


C. N., 31, 244; 


28, 1201 




= 1.3; 1.2 










J. [1875], 746 




-/3- 


=1.4; 1.2 


V 




158 


Jl 


) 





Eesoi-cinolazotoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 


) 




175-176 


Wallach & Fischer 


B., 15, 2825 






= 1.2 ; 2.1.3 














.... 


=1.4; ?.1.3 


Jl 




183-184 





B., 15, 2821 




,, .... .... 


) 


? 




187 


Wallach 


B., 15, 26 


42, 610 


Orcinol azobenzene 


Ph.N 2 .C,H 4 Me(OH)j=?.1.3.5 


>? 


.... 


183 


Typke 


B., 10, 1579 


34, 219 


Phenylmethylacetoxypyrimi- 


C 4 N 2 HPh.Me.OAc 


1J 


B., 18, 760 


40-41 


Pinner 


B., 18, 762 


48, 752 


dine 
















Nitrodiphenylguanidirie 


NH : C(NHPh).NH.C 6 H 4 . 


C 13 H, 2 2 N 4 


.... 


131-132 


Bruckner 


B., 7, 1236 


28, 166 




NO, 














Toluidineazonitrobenzene .... 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.NH 2 " 





.... 


198 


Nolting and Binder 


B. S., 42, 340 


48, 385 




=4.1 ; 5.1.2 














Toluquinone + o-nitraniline 


MM 


C 13 H 12 4 N 2 




37 


Hebebrand 


B., 15, 1976 




Dinitrophendiamidotoluene 


NH 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.NH.C 6 H 3 


C 13 H 12 4 N 4 




184 


Leyniann 


B., 15, 1237 


42, 1057 




(N0 2 ) 2 =4.1.2; (?) 3 














a-Trinitrotolueneaniline 


C 6 H 2 Me(NO 2 ) 3 .NH,Ph 


C 13 H, 2 6 N 4 




83-84 


Hepp 


A., 215, 365 


44, 317 


Lutidine picrate 


(C 6 NH 3 Me 2 ).C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 8 .OH 


C 13 H 12 ? N 4 




161 


Epstein 


B., 18, 883 


48, 815 


j 





M 




176-179 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2909 


48, 397 


-y- , 










177 


Michael 


B., 18, 2026 




)> 


1J 


)' 




179 


Ladenburg & Both 


B., 18, 1593 




,, 


1 


3T 




.179 


Ladenburg 


B., 18, 914 




,, ,, 


> 


) 




181 


Voges 


A., 215, 56 




ii 





)1 




181 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2903 




Methylacet-a-naphthalide .... 


C 10 H 7 .NMeAc 


C 13 H 13 ON 




90-91 


Landshoff 


B., 11, 643 


34, 587 


Methylpseudostyril of phenyl 


CPh : CH.CO.NMe.CMe : CH 


JJ 




112 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2916 


48, 398 


picoline 


i > 












t 




? 


CO.CH : CMe.NPh.CMe:CH 






197 


Perkin 


B., 18, 684 


48, 762 




i ' i 


V) 












Diphenylsemicarbazide 


NHPh.CO.NH.NHPh 


C 13 H 13 ON 3 




170 


Kiihn 


B., 17, 2885 


48, 261 


Amidobenzdiamidobenzene.... 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C S H 4 . 


)) 




129 


McHugh 


B., 7, 1268 






NH.,=(1.3) 2 














p-Toluidineazophenol 


NH 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .OH 


?1 




172 


Wallach 


B., 15, 2827 


44, 584 


j3-naphthylurethane 


C 10 H 7 .NH.CO 2 Et 


C 13 H,AN 




73 


Cosiner 


B., 14, 60 


40, 606 


- ji 


)J 


1) 


.... 


79 


Hofmann 


P. B., 19, 108 ; 


24, 139; vii., 














B., 3, 653 


253 


Ethylic methylquinoline car- 


CMe: N.C 6 H 4 .CH : C.CO 2 Et 


1) 




71 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 1837 


44, 1149 


boxylate 










Goliring 








Aniline salicylate 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H+NH 2 Ph 


C 13 H 13 3 N 


.... 


150 


Guthrie 


P. M. [5], 18, 27 






=1.2 














Acetamidocinnamenylacrylic 


NHAc.C G H 4 .CH : CH.CH : 


) 


.... 


253 d. 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2333 


48, 1223 


acid 


CH.CO 2 H=1.2 














Nitroharmalin 


C 13 H 13 (N0 2 )N 2 


C 13 H 13 3 N 3 




120 


Fritzsche 


A., 68, 355 ; 72, 


iii., 9 














306 




Methylic coumalanilidic acid 


C 4 N 3 (NHPh).C0 2 Me .C0 2 H 


C 13 H 13 4 N 


.... 


140 d. 


Pechmann & Welsh 


B., 17, 2393 


47, 152 ; 48, 
















175 


Ethylic acetindoxylate 


N.C,H7c(OAc).CH.CO 2 Et 


I> 


.... 


138 


Baeyer 


B., 14, 1742 


42, 198 




i i 














Etliylic nitrobenzoyltri- 


CH 2 .CH 2 .C(CO s Et).CO.C.iH,. 


l ', 3 IIiAN 




84 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 18, 959 


48, 795 


methylene carboxylate 


|_ 1 














NO 2 =1.4 


Aniline pyrogallate .... 


C 6 H ; ,(OH) 3 .CO 2 H+C (i H 5 .NH 2 


n 




126-128 


Guthrie 


P. M. [5], 18, 109 




Triacetylgallauiide 


(OAc) 3 .CONH 2 =l. 2.3.5 


C 13 H,,0 7 N 




150 


Schiff and Pous 


B., 18, 489 


48, 796 


/3-diamidobenzhydrol 


HO.CH : C 12 H 3 (NH 2 ) 2 


C 13 H 14 ON 2 


.... 


128-129 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


Harraaline (A., 38, 363 ; 64, 


.... 


I 


.... 


238 d. 


Fischer and Ta'uber 


B., 18, 400 


48, 820 


360) 
















Carbanilidocyanmethine 


Ph.NH.CO.NH.C 6 H 7 N 2 


C 13 H 14 ON 4 


*) 


225 


Keller 


J. p. [2], 31, 363 


48, 961 


Ethylic benzenylazoxime- 


O.N : CPh.N : C(CH 2 ) 2 .C0 2 Et 


C 13 H 14 3 N 2 


255 p.d. 


Liquid 


Schulz 


B., 18, 2462 


48, 1219 


propenyl-carboxylate 





3 z 



538 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Acetylanilidopyrotartarimid 


fr.Ph.NH.CMe.CO.NH.CO. 
i 


C 13 H 14 3 N a 


.... 


235 


Wechsler 


B., 18, 1041 


48, 900 




CH 2 
















_j ' 














? 




C 13 H U O 6 N 5 


.. 


235 


Stojentin 


J. p., 32, 1 


48, 1195 


Toluidine phenate 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH 2 +Ph.OH=1.4 


C, 3 H 15 ON 




31-1 


Dyson 


43,468 




Diallylamidobenzoic acid _ 


N(C 3 H S ) 2 .C0 2 H=1.3 


C 13 H 16 2 N 


.... 


90 


Griess 


B., 5, 1041 


26, 281 ; vii., 
















168 


Mesitylsuccinimide 


C 6 H 2 Me 3 .N:(CO) 2 :C,H 4 







137 


Eisenberg 


B., 15, 1018 


42, 956 




=1.3.5.6 














Isonitrosotetramethyloxy- 


fr.C 6 HMe 3 .N.NH.CMe.CH 2 . 


C 13 H 15 2 N 3 


.... 


156 


Haller 


B., 18, 708 


48, 818 




i 














quinizine 


















CO=1.2.4.5.6 
















J 














Ethylic ethylind'oxylate 


N.C 6 H 4 .C(OEt).CH.CO 2 Et ' 


C 13 H 15 3 N 




98 


Baeyer 


B., 14, 1742 


48, 198 




=1.2 














Ethylic acetamidocinnamate 


NHAc.(CH : CH.CO 2 Et) 


J) 




137 


Friedliinder and 


B., 15, 1423 


42, 1209 




=1.2 








Weinberg 






Ethylcumazonic acid 


N : CEt.O.CMe 2 .C 6 H 3 .CO,,H 





.. 


202 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2585 


46, 304 




" J =1.2.5 














? acid 




(?) 




128-129 


Weltner 


B., 18, 795 


48, 794 


Ethylic acetyl-p-methylisa- 


.... 


C 13 H 16 4 N 


.... 


78-79 


Duisberg 


B., 18, 198 


48, 544 


tate 
















ethylnitrobenzoyl- 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO.CHEt.CO 2 Et 


C 13 H 15 5 N 




39-40 


Perkin & Bellemot 


B., 18, 953 


48, 794 


acetate 


=1.4 














benzamsucciuate .... 


CO 2 H.C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C 2 H 4 . 


J) 




174 


Pellizzari 


B., 18, 214 


48, 533 




OO 2 Et=1.3 














Benzdiamidoacetamidoacetie 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 .CO 


C 13 H 15 O 5 N 3 




172 


Curtius 


B., 16, 756 


44, 1087 


acid 


NH.CH 2 .CO 2 H 














Tetramethyloxyquinizhie .... 


C 6 HMe 3 .N.NH.CMe.CH n .CO 

i i 


C 13 H 16 ON 2 


.. 


154-155 


Haller 


B., 18, 707 


48, 818 




=1.2.4.5.6 














Ethylic azotolueneacetacetate 


Me.(N 3 .CHAc.CO 2 Et)=1.4 


C 13 H 16 3 N 2 


. 


74 


ZUbliu 


B., 11, 1420 




Nitrobenzaldiacetonamine .... 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH.CH 2 .CO.CH 2 . 





.- 


Liquid 


Antrick 


A., 227, 365 


48, 503 




L 
















CMe a .NH=1.2 
















j 

















11 =1-3 





.... 


Liquid 


,, 




n 


n 11 


IT =1.4 


ir 




142'5 


,, 




yj 


Ethylic /3-hippuramidacetic 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO.NH.CH 2 .C(X 


C 13 H 16 4 N 2 




117 


Curtius 


J. p. [2], 26, 194 


44, 339 


acid 


Et 














nitrophenylethoxy- 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH(OEt).CH(NO 2 ). 


C 13 H 16 7 N 2 


... 


52 


Friedliinder and 


A., 229, 210 ; B., 


48, 1138 


nitropropionate 


CO s Et=1.4 








Mahly 


16, 852 




.. ethyldinitrohydro- 


OMe.(N0 2 ) 2 .(CH 2 .CH 2 .C0 2 


Jl 




49 


Stohr 


A., 225, 57 


46, 1350 


p-coumarate 


Et)=1.2.6.4 














Benzald iacetonamine 


Pli.CH.NH.CMe 2 :(CH) 2 :CO 


C 13 H 17 ON 


230 d. 


61-2 


Heintz 


A., 193, 62 


36, 54 


11 11 




H 




62-63 


Fischer 


B., 16, 2237 


46, 54 


Diethamidocinnamic acid .... 


NEt 2 .(CH : CH.CO a H)=1.2 


C 13 H, r 2 N 


B., 16, 653 


124 


Fischer and Kuzel 


A., 221, 261 


46, 440 


Acetylethoxyhydroquinoline 


N.OEt=0! ; n, 




307 


Liquid 


Fischer and Eenouf 


B., 17, 759 


46, 10J9 


Butylic hippurate 
Isobutylic (B. S., 34, 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO 2 Bu 
NHBz.CH 2 .CO 2 Bu0 


C 13 H 17 3 N 


.... 


40-41 
45-46 


Campani & Bizzarri 


G. L, 10, 257 


38, 870 


527) 














" 


Hydroxypropylcarboxyl- 
phenylurethane 


C 6 H 3 .C0 2 H.(CMe 2 .OH). 
(NH.CO.,Et) 


C 13 H 17 5 N 




167 d. 


Widmann 


B., 17, 1305 


46, 1023 


Quinanilide . 


CM NH(T H O 1 


















JJ 


d. a. 240 


174 c. 


lesse 


A., 110, 312 


v., 9 


Ethylic acetoacetate+o-di- 
amidotoluene 
Ethylic p-tolylhydrazine- 


C H,Me ; (NH), : CMe.CH^ 
CO 2 Et 






82 
91-93 


jadenbnrg and 
Eiigheimer 
tnorr 


B., 12, 953 
B., 17, 550 


36, 716 

46, 1154 


acetoacetate 
















Diacetamidomesitylene 


Me a .(NHAc) 2 =1.3.5,2.4 


,, 




a. 300 


jadenburg 


A., 179, 177; B., 


38, 1036; 29, 


Ethylic anilidopyrotartar- 
aiuate 


NH s .CO.CMe(NHPh).CH,. 

C0 2 Et 


C 13 H 19 3 N 2 




125 


Wechsler 


8,677 
B., 10, 1039 


386 
48, 900 


Benzylidene urethane 


Ph.CH(NH.C0 2 EtJ 2 


C 13 H 18 4 N 2 




71 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 634-635 


27, 891 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



539 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch, Soc. 


m-toluylene urethane 


C 6 H 3 Me(NH.CO 2 Et), 


C 13 H 1S 4 N 2 




137 


Lussy 


B., 7, 1264 


28, 274 


[sobutylacetarnidotoluene ... 


Me.Bu.NHAc=1.5^ 


QuH M ON 




162 


Effront 


B., 17, 2322 


48, 152 


Pentainethylacetanilide 


C 6 Me 6 .NHAc 





.... 


213 


Hofrnann 


B., 18, 1824 


48, 1129 


Ethoxyhy droethylqu incline 


N..OEt=a, ; .a, 


1) 


266-268(716 


33 


Fischer and Kenouf 


B., 17, 760 


46, 1049 


(ethylkairine) 
















Lsocyminyl urethane 


Me.Pr.(NH.OG 2 Et)=1.3.2 


C 13 H 19 2 N 


.... 


229 


Kelbe and Warth 


A., 221, 157 


46,47 


Diacetyltrimethtriamidoben - 


NMej.NMeAc.NHAc 1.4.? 


C I3 H 19 2 N 3 




184 


Wurster& Schobig 


B., 12, 1813 


38, 111 


zene 
















Nitroisoamylethoxy benzene 


OEt.C 5 H n .NO 2 =? 


C 13 H 19 3 N 


a. 300 d. 


Liquid 


Liebmann 


B., 15, 1991 




Dietkylic trimethylpyrroline 


CO 2 Et.C:CMe.NMe.CMe:C. 


C 13 H 19 4 N 


.... 


72 


Knorr 


B., 18, 303 


48, 555 


dicarboxylate 
















CQ 2 Et 


Diethyl-m -toluylenecarba- 


C 6 H 3 Me(NH.CO.NHEt) 2 


C^H^N, 




175 


Lussy 


B., 8, 292 


28, 770 


mide 
















Diethoxyhydroxyethyltheo- 




C 13 K, 7 N 2 




152 


Fischer 


A., 215, 307 


44, 357 


bromine 
















Cyanallyl-allylalcoholate 




C^H^ON 


.... 


95-96 




Z. C. [1870], 401 




Allylalcohol+allylcyanide ... 


3 H S .CN+3C 8 H 6 .OH 


C 13 H 23 3 N 


95-96 




Rinne 


B., 6, 389 


vii., 49 


Valerodiacetonamine oxalate 


C U H,,ON+U 2 H 2 4 


C^H^O^N 




190 d. 


Antrick 


A., 227, 365 


48, 502 


CEnanthodiacetonamine 


O 6 H 13 .CH.CH.,CO.CH,. 


C^H^ON 


.... 


29-5 





j) 


48, 503 




i * 
















CMe 2 .NH 














Fr. ethylcarbamine 


MM 


C 13 H S5 3 N 5 


a. 200 




Gautier 


C. R., 67, 804 


vi., 529 


Oxalyldipiperidine .... 


not C^HsjON,; as in orig. 


C 13 H 26 ON 2 


280-290 d. 




Ladenburg 


B., 14, 1879 




Ethylio diisoamylcarbamate 


N(C 5 H 11 ) 2 .CO 2 Et 


C 13 H 27 2 N 


246-247 


L. 20 


Ouster 


B., 12, 1334 


36, 914 


Tetranitroanthraflavie acid 


C 14 H 4 (N0 2 ) 4 4 


CwHAiN* 


.... 


d.w.m.307'6c 


Schardinger 


B., 8, 1488 


29, 584 


Tetranitroisoanthraflavic acid 


J> 


1) 




a. 300 


EOmer & Schwarzer 


B., 15, 1046 


42, 975 


o-dinitrophenanthraquinone 


C 14 H 6 (N0 2 ) 2 :0 2 


C 14 H c O (i N 2 


B., 9, 548 


280 


Groebe 


A., 167, 144 







JJ 







290 


Kleemann & Wense 


B., 18, 2168 




;> 


1J 


,, 


.... 


290 


Schultz 


A., 203, 108 




a-dinitroantliraquiuone 


cf. A., 160, 145; 166, 154 


A 


B., 16, 54 


256-260 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 9, 261 ; 
















19, 211 




0- 







.... 


? 


Fritzsche 


Z. C. [1869], 114 




/3- 


.... 


)> 


B., 7, 203 


280 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 9, 261 


27, 581, 987 


0- 




) 




2 


Anderson 


A., 122, 302 




y- >* 


NO i .C 6 H 3 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 .N0 2 


i) 




a. 300 


Bomer 


B., 16, 364 


44, 737 




=3.2.1; 1.2.6 














Dinitrohydroxyauthra- 


C 6 H 4 ; (CO) 2 : C 6 H(NO 2 ) 2 .OH 


C 14 H 6 7 N 2 




268-270 


Simoii 


B., 14, 465; 15, 


40, 608 


quinone 


=2.1; 1.2.4.6.5 










692 




Diuitroxantliopurpurin 


C 14 H 4 O 2 (N0 2 ) 2 (OH) 2 


C 14 H 6 8 N 2 


isomeric 


249 


Plath 


B., 9, 1206 


31, 87 


.... 





1J 


> 


249-2CO 


>i 


B., 9, 1205 


n 


Diuitroniuiijistin 


)> 


JJ 




251 


Schunck & Burner 


33, 425 




o-nitrophenanthraquinone .... 


cuH^cNo^q, 


C 14 H 7 4 N 


.... 


215-220 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 1156 


36, 941 


- 


V 


5) 


.... 


257 


Anschiitz & Schultz 


B., 9, 1404 


31, 210 


/3- 





) 




260-266 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 1157 


36, 941 


y- 








.... 


263d. 


5 


B., 12, 1158 


;> 


?- 


1) 


)) 




281-282 


Lachowicz 


J. p. [2], 28, 168 


46, 82 


/3-nitroantkraquinone 


.... 


5> 




220 


Bcimer 


B., 15, 1786 


44, 71 


a- (B 1 2, 1570) 


.... 


)) 


A., 166, 148 


230 


Bottger & Petersen 


J. p. [2], 6, 367 


26, 389 


- :, 


.-.. 







230 


Claus and Hertel 


B., 14, 978 


40,737 


Nitrodiphenyleneketone car- 


fr. C C H 4 .CO.C' H 3 .C0 2 H 


C 14 H 7 6 N 




245-246 


Fittig & Liepmann 


A., 208, 8 


38, 401 


boxy lie acid 


= 1.2; 1.2.3. 














a-Nitroalizarin (A., 201, 353) 


fr. C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 2 (OH) 2 


C 14 H.O C N 




194-196 


Schunck & Rcinier 


B., 12, 587 


36, 654 




=2.1 ; 1.2.3.4 














'I- (B.S., 26, 67) 


>! 


)) 




230 


Rosenstiehl 


A. C. [5], 12, 519 


34, 231 


8- (B., 10, 1760) 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :0 6 H(OH) 2 .N0 2 


)) 




244 


Simon 


B., 15, 692 


42, 863 




=2.1 ; 1.2.3.4.5 














a- 


n 


S 


.... 


244 


Schunck & Romer 


B., 12, 585 


36, 654 




?- 


.... 


) 




282 


) 


B., 12, 587 


I) 


Phenantliraquinone dioxi- 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .(^: N O N ' O 


C U H 8 ON 2 




181 


Goldschmidt 


B., 16, 2179 


46, 62 




mide 














3 z 2 



540 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


'Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Benzidine tetracarboxylic 


(.C 6 H 3 .NH.CO) 2 


C I4 H 8 2 N S 




283 u.c. 


Claus & Hemmaun 


B., 16, 1762 


44, 1127 


anhydrimide 


i i 














Nitrophenylphthalimide . 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :N.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 


C 14 H 8 4 N 2 


.... 


242-243 


Gabriel 


B., 11, 2261 


36, 324 




= 1 2; 1.3 














Dinitrophenanthrene 







.... 


150-160 


Groebe 


A., 167, 156 


26,896; vii., 85 


Nitrosonitroanthrone 


see original paper 







263 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 470 


40, 607 












Landshoff 






Dinitroanthrone 





C 14 H 3 5 N 2 




116d. 


11 


B., 14, 472 





Nitroamidoxyanthraquinoue 


.... 







240 


Bourcart 


B., 12, 1419 


38, 263 


Dinitrobeuzil . ... ... 




C 14 H 8 O 6 N 2 


octohedra 


131 


Sacrumenny 


B., 5, 1100 


26, 502 
























plates 


147 




J. R, 4, 278 


vii., 157 


Isodinitrobenzil 


.... 


,, 


J. R, 13, 29 


205-206 d. 


Soloubeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 345 


40, 422 


Nitrobenzoic anhydride 


(N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO) 2 0=(1.2) 2 


C 14 H 8 7 N 2 


.... 


135 


Bischoff and Each 


B., 17, 2789 


48, 263 


/3-Dinitro-p-benzoylbenzoic 


.... 







211-212 


Plascuda & Zincke 


B., 7, 985 


28, 70 


acid 
















- 


.... 







240 


Plascuda 


B., 7, 988 


28, 75 


-Dinitrodiphenic acid 


(.C 6 H 3 .N0 2 .C0 2 H) 2 =(1.4.2) 2 


C 14 H 3 8 N 2 




248-249 


Hummel 


A., 193, 131 


36, 165 


- (B., 16, 2346) 


i 11 







250-251 


Struve 


B., 10, 76 


46, 329 


(B., 12, 236) 


11 11 







253 


Schultz 


A., 196, 29 


?) 


p- 


fr. (.C 6 H 4 .CO S H) 2 =(1.2) 2 .... 







297 





A., 203, 105 


38, 814 


Tetrauitrobenzyltolueue 





C 14 H 8 8 N 4 




160-161 


Zincke 


B., 5, 685 


vii., 183; 25, 
















1005 


Benzoylphenylisonitril 


C s H 4 Bz.NC=1.4 


C 14 H 9 ON 




118-119 


Dobner and Weiss 


B., 14, 1838 


42, 177 


11 










118-119 


Dobner 


A., 210, 271 


42, 508 


Phenanthreneqninonimide .... 


C H 4 .C 6 H 4 .CO.C:NH=(1.2) 2 


i, 




147 


Anschiitz & Schultz 


B., 10, 23 


32, 492 


n 


11 11 





.... 


158-150 


Zincke 


B., 12, 1642 


38,48 


.. 


11 





.... 


167 


Anschiitz & Schultz 


A., 196, 51 


36, 539 


Benzoylsalicyl nitril 


C 6 H 4 (OBz).CN=1.2 


C 14 H 9 2 N 


A., 99, 250 


148-149 


Henry 


Z. C. [2], 6, 53 ; 


vi., 1012 














B., 2, 491 




Phenylphthalimide 


c e H 4 :(co) 2 :NPh 





.... 


305 


Dobner 


A., 210, 267 




11 










205 


Laurent&Gerhardt 


J., 1847, 605 




Benzoylanthranil 


C 6 H,.CO.NBz=1.2 

L | 





a. 360 


122-123 


Friedliinder and 


B., 16, 2229 


46,61 












Wleiigel 






a-Nitrophenanthrene 


.... 







73-75 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 1155 


36, 941 


"- 


.... 







70-80 


Grsebe 


A., 167, 155 


26, 896; vii., sr, 


0- 11 


.... 







126-127 


Schmidt 


B., 12, 1156 


36, 941 


y- 


.... 






170-171 




B., 12, 1157 




Isonitrosophenanthrone 




n 




158 


Goldschmidt 


B., 16, 2178 


46, 62 


Isonitrosoantlirone 


.... 






w. m. 200 




B., 16, 2180 




Nitrosoanthrone 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CH(NO) 
i i 







146 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1586 


40, 99 












Lindemann 






Amidophenanthraquinone .... 


CO.C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 3 (NH 2 ).CO 





.... 


200 d. 


Anschiitz & Meyer 


B., 18, 1943 


48, 1068 




=2.1 ; 1.4.2 














Amidoanthraquinoue 


C & H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 .NH 2 







241 


Roemer 


B., 15, 1790 


44, 72 




=2.1 ; 1.2.3 














n 


=2.1 ; 1.2.? 





.... 


250 


Claus 


B., 15, 1518 




V 


i. i. 


.1 




254 u. c. 


Claus and Diern- 


B., 14, 1334, 1335 


42, 523 












fellner 






11 


>, 


11 




254 u. c. 


Claus and Hertel 


B., 14, 979 


40, 738 


11 





U 


A., 166, 149 


250 


Bottger & Petersen 


B., 12, 1566; 


26, 389 














J. p. [2], 6, 367 




" 


=2.1 ; 1.2.4 


Jl 


.... 


301 


Bourcart 


B., 12, 1418 




" 


11 







302 


Perger 


B., 12, 1568 


38, 49 


11 


'i 11 


" 




302 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 61 


42, 860 


(B. S., 33, 264) 


,, 


11 




302 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 229 




Pyrophthalone 


.... 


H 




a. 260, p. d. 


Bollert 
Jacobsen & Eeimer 


B., 16, 2604 


46, 335 


Diazobeuzimide 


N 2 :(C,H 4 .CO),:NH=(1.2) 2 


C I4 H 9 2 N 3 


. 


b. 200 

144-145 


11 
Fischer 


n 
B., 13, 680 


38, 647 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



541 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& Jf.. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxyphenylphthalimide 


G 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :N.C 6 H 4 .OH 


C 14 H 9 3 N 


.... 


220 


Ladeuburg 


B., i>, 1528 


31, 305 




=0.8), 














/3-Amidohydroxyanthraquin- 


C 6 Er 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 2 (OH).NH 


)J 


cf.B.,15,1805| sb. 150-153 


Perger 


J. p. [2], 18, 139 


36, 253. 


one (alizarinamide) 


=2.1 ; 1.2.3.4 














"- ;> > 


2.1 ; 1.2.4.3 


) 


A., 183, 205 


250 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 1799 














Hagen 






"- !. 


j> 


)) 




250-260 


Liebermann and 


B., 8, 380 


28, 890 












Troschke 









? 


)) 


.... 


301 


Bourcart 


B., 12, 1418 


38, 49, 263 


Nitrobenzenylazoximeben- 


NO,.(C : N.O.CPh : N)=1.3 


C 14 H 9 3 N 3 




160 


Schopf 


B., 18, 1067 


48, 897 


zenyl 


" 1 1 
















Nitrobenzil .... .... 


C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).COBz=l.? 


C,,H O,,N 




110 


Xi n in 


As., 3, 153 


vi., 306 


a-Amidoalizarin 




VJ 14 J -*'9 % -'4 
)> 




? 


Perkin 


J. [1877], 586 




J3- 


.... 


j> 


.... 


a. 300 


Schunck & Romer 


B., 12, 588 


36, 655 


Nitrodiphenic acid .... 


CO,H.C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 3 (NO 2 ).CO 2 H 


C 14 H 9 6 N 




217 


Strasburger 


B., 16, 2347 


46, 329 




=2.1 ; 1.4.2 














Dinitro-a-naph thylsuccini- 


C lo H s (N0 2 ) 2 .N:(00) !! :C. i H 4 


C 14 H 9 6 N 3 




250 


Hiibner 


A., 209, 382 


42, 181: 


mide 
















) 


) 







250 


Haneniann 


B., 10, 1713 




Fr. papaveric acid 


.... 


C 14 H 9 O.N 


.... 


245-246- 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 6, 372 


48, 1081 


Trinitrotolylphenylketone ... 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 .CO.C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 


C 14 H 9 7 N 3 




165 


Plascuda & Zincke 


B., 7, 983 


28, 69 


Hexanitro-p-ditolylamine ... 


NH : C 12 H 2 Me. 2 (NO 2 ) 6 


C 14 H 9 12 N. 


.... 


258 


Lehne 


B., 13, 1545 


40, 41 


Dibenzenylazoxime 


N:CPh.N:CPh.O 


C 14 H 10 ON 4 


290 


108 


Tiemann & Kriiger 


B., 17, 1695 


46, 1326 




i i 














Anthroxanaldehyde anilide... 


O.N.C 6 H 4 .C.CH : NPlx 

i } 


It 




40 


Schillinger and 


B., 16, 2224 


46, 60 












Wleiigel 






Diphenyldicyanate 


PhjAOjNj 


C 14 H 1D 0.,N 2 


.... 


175 


Hofraann 


B., 3, 765 ; 4, 


24, 136 ; vii., 














246 ; As., 1, 57 


407 


Hydroxybenzenylazoxime- 


N : CPh.O.N : C.C 6 H 4 .OH 


J) 




163 


Schoff 


B., 18, 2475 


48, 1217 


benzenyl 


=1.3 














Phthalyldiamidobenzene 


C 6 H 4 :(NH.CO) 2 :C 6 H 4 


J) 


.... 


178 


Biedermann 


B., 10, 1165 


32, 784 




= 1.3; 1.2 

















=1.4; 1.2 


)) 


.... 


182 





B., 10, 1164 


? 


Amidobenzoid 


NH.C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .CO 


)) 




225 


Piutti 


B., 16, 1321 


44, 999, 




i ' i 














Phenylenamidinetoluic acid 


NH.C 6 H 4 .N : C.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H 


I) 




abt. 300 


Stoddard 


B., 11, 294; A. 


34, 504 




| 1 










210, 337 




= 1.2 ; 1.4 


)) u 


>! 


)) 




a. 300 


Briickner 


A., 205, 118 


40, 93 


Diamidophenanthraquiuone 


[.CH 3 (NH 2 ).CO.] 3 =(1.4.2) 2 


)> 




nf. 310 


Anschiitz & Meyer 


B., 18, 1942 


48, 1068 


a-Diamidoanthraquinone ... 


MM 


)! 




236 


Bcittger & Petersen 


B., 4, 231, 779; 


24, 532 ; vii., 














A., 160, 148 


92 


a- ? , 


.... 


i 


.... 


236 


Claus&Diernfellner 


B., 14, 1337 


42, 523 


a- 


.... 





.... 


236 


Glaus and Hertel 


B., 14, 981 




0- 




,, 




nf. 300 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 9, 266 


27, 988 





NH 2 .NH 2 =1.2 


? 




a. 130 d. 


Perger 


J. P. [2], 18, 138 




1- 


NH S .C 6 H J :(CO) S :C 6 H 3 .NH 3 





sb. 


a. 300 


Romer 


B., 16, 366 


44, 737 




=3.2.1; 1.2.6 














Ph enyldiazonitrobenzylcyan- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .[CH(N : NPh).CN] 


C 14 H 10 2 N 4 




201-202 


Perkin 


B., 16, 341 


43, 111 


ide 


= 1.4 
















.... 


C 14 H 10 3 N 3 


.... 


188 


Fried] iiuder&Miihly 


A., 229, 210 ; 


48, 1137 














B., 16, 850 




Azobenzoic acid 


(:N.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H)=(1.2) 2 


C 14 H 10 4 N 2 


B., 11, 760 


237 d. 


Griess 


B., 10, 1868 


34, 149 


,, ,1 


)) J) 


1) 


.... 


237-238 


Homolka 


B., 17, 1904 




i, . .. .... 


=(1.3), 


)J 


B., 8, 41 


a. 170 


Strecker 


A., 129, 133 


vi., 321 


,, i> .... 


=(l-i) 2 


)) 




a. 130 


Bilfinger 


A., 135, 154 


vi., 321 


j) 








.... 


d. w. m. 


Glaus 


B., 15, 2332 




Diuitrostilbene 




)) 


.... 


180 


Marcker 


A., 140, 90 


vi., 1107 


jj " .... 


:CH.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 





.... 


a. 280 


Strakosch 


B., 6, 329 


26, 890 


Hydro-anthracene diuitrite 


C 6 H 4 .CH n .C 6 H 4 .C(O.NO) 2 


J) 




125 d. 


Liebermaim and 


B., 14, 468 


40, 607 




i i 
























Landshoflf 







542 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


? (cf. B., 14, 484) 


C 14 H 10 -(-N 2 4 


C 14 H 10 4 N 2 


.... 


194 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1586 


40, 99 












Lindenj aim 






u-diiiitrodeoxybenzoin 


.... 


C I4 H 10 6 N 2 




112-114 




J. E., 13, 23 




a- (B., 13, 2403) 


.... 







114-116 


Golubeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 345 


40, 422 


8- 


.... 


n 




120 





B., 11, 1939 


36, 150 


8- 


.... 


11 




124-125 




J. E., 13, 23 




P- (B., 13, 2403) 


.... 





.... 


125-126 


Golubeff 


B. S. [2], 34, 345 


40, 422 


y- (J. E., 13, 23) 


.... 







154-155 


Borodin 


B. S. [2], 35, 560 


40, 813 


Dinitrotolylphenylketone ... 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 





.... 


126-127 


Plascuda & Zincke 


B., 7, 983 


28, 69 




=1.4; 1.4.3 














11 


fr. Ph.CO.C 6 H 4 Me=1.3 







145 


Senff 


A., 220, 225 


46, 427 


Methylic diuitrodiphenyl- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 3 (NO 2 ).CO 2 Me 


C 14 H 10 6 N 2 


.... 


156 


Strasser & Schultz 


A., 210, 192 


42, 521 


carboxylate 


=1.4 ; 1.2.4 














Dinitro-oxanilide 


(.CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.4) 2 


C 14 H 10 6 N 4 


A., 209, 366 


260 


Hiibner & Rudolph 


B., 8, 473 


42, 180 





=(1.2), 







a. 300 


Hiibner 


A., 209, 369 


42, 181 


Pyridinedicarboxylic acid .... 


Polymer 


C 14 H 10 3 N 2 




96 u. c. 


Claus 


B., 14, 1942 




Tetranitrobenzyltoluene 


fr. Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 Me=1.4 


C 14 H 10 8 N 4 




160-161 


Zinck6 


B., 5, 685 




Acetylcarbazole 


C f H 4 .NAc.C 6 H 4 


C 14 H n ON 


a. 360 d. 


69 


Grsebe and Glaser 


A., 163, 352 






1 1 














Benzilimide .... 




11 


C 42 H 32 4 N 2 


130 


Laurent 


J. p., 35, 461 






Imabeuzil .... .... . . 


C,H 5 .C( : NH).CO.C 6 H 5 


11 





140 


11 


J. p., 27, 312 ; 35, 


iii., 245 
















461 




Phthalidanil 


Ph.N : CH.C 6 H 4 .COH=1.2 


11 




160 


Hessert 


B., 10, 1450 


34,67 






Ph.N.CHj.C H .CO=1.2 






1 ftf) 




Bl 1 9*}Q 








" 


"** 


i\J\J 


" 


., 11, _.j.' 




/3-naphtho-y-oxyquiualdine .... 


see original paper 


j, 


.... 


286 


Knorr 


B., 17, 543 


46, 1198 


- 11 -y- 


11 







292 


11 


B., 17, 545 




Amidobeuzenylazoximeben- 


N I CPh.O.N : C.C 6 H 4 .NH 2 


C 14 H n ON 3 




143 


SchOff 


B., 18, 2473 


48, 1217 


zenyl 


=1.3 














Phenylhydrazine+isatine .... 


.... 




.... 


210-211 


Fischer 


B., 17, 577 


46, 1151 


Fr. Benzil 


Ph.C< I NOH).COPh 


C 14 H U 0,N 




130-131 


Wittenberg and 


B., 16, 503 


44, 804 














Meyer 






Dibenzamide 


NHBz, 







138 


Beilstein & Landolt 


A., 111,6 


vi., 259 






11 







144 


Barth and Senhofer 


B., 9, 975 


30, 418 






" 


" 




148 

1 Afi 


Fischer & Troschke 


B., 13, 708 








M 




14o 


Gum pert 


J. p., 30, 87 


48, 53 


(?) +2H 2 
Benzimidobenzoate NH : CPh.O.CPh : O 


' " 




99 

148-5 


Schaffer 
Pinner and Klein 


A., 169, 111 
B., 11, 766 


27, 165 
34, 864 


Nitrodiphenylethylene 


CH 2 : CPh.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


11 




86 


Anschiitz & Bomig 


B., 18, 664 


48, 768 


Piperonalanilide 


CH 3 :o 2 :c 6 H 3 .cH:NPh 







65 


Lorenz 


B., 14, 792 


40, 729 




=4.3.1 














Naphthylsuccinimide 


c 2 H 4 :(co) 2 :N.o, H 7 


J) 


.... 


152 


Hiibner and Hane- 


B., 10, 1713 ; A., 


42, 181 












maim 


209, 382 




? (B., 8, 1050) 
Dibenzhydroxamic acid 


NBz 2 .OH (?) 


C 14 H U 3 N 3 
C 14 H 11 3 N 


.... 


220 d. 
140 


Lorenz 


B., 7, 1097 


vii., 155 


11 





11 


.... 


145-146 


Lessen 


A., 162, 357 


25, 415 


11 


" 


11 




153 


MUller 


B., 16, 1621 


44, 1130 


11 i, 


" 


11 


.... 


153 


Steiner 


A., 178, 226 


29, 271 


11 ,, .... 


1) 







156-158 d. 


Heintz 


Z. C. [2], 5, 733 


vi., 725 


Nitrodeoxybeuzoin 
Beuzamidobenzoic acid 


HO.CPh : NO.CO.Ph (?) 
NHBz.C0 2 H=1.2 


11 


J. K., 11, 99 


140-142 
180-181 


Eiseler 
Golubeff 
Friedlander and 


A., 175, 324 
B., 12, 693 
B., 16, 2229 


36, 790 
46, 62 












Wleiigel 






n 11 .... 


11 





.-.. 


182 


Bruckner 


A., 205, 130 


40, 94 


11 11 
Phenylphthalamic acid 
Benzoylsalicylamide 
Phenylazoindoxyl 


= 1.4 
OO s H.(CO.NHPh)=1.2 

C.H 4 .C(OH):CH.N.N 2 .Ph 


> 


A., 99, 249 


278 
192 
200 
236 d. 


11 
Gerhardt & Laurent 
Gerhardt & Chiozza 
Baeyer 


A., 205, 128 
J. [1847], 606 
J. [1856], 502 
B., 16, 2190 


46, 74 


Nitrophenyltolylketone 


C 6 H 4 Me.(JO.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 





.... 


126-127 


Plascuda & Ziucku 


B., 7, 983 


vii., 183, 861 




= 1.4; 1.? 
















11 







127 


Zincke 


B., 5, 685 


25, 1005 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



543 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Hydroxybenzylideneamido- 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH I N.C 8 H 4 .C0 2 E 


C 14 H U 3 N 


.... 


190 


Schiff 


A., 210, 116 


42, 303 


benzoic acid 


= 1.2; 1.3 














Anthracene nitrate 


C, 4 H 10 +HN0 3 


} 


.... 


125 d. 


Liebermann and 


B., 13, 1585 


40, 99 












Lindemann 






Dyestuff .... (M.C., 1, 894) 




>1 




228 


Weselsky and Bene- 


W. A. [2], 82, 121 


40, 726 












dikt 






Nitroso-oxanilide 


NHPh.(CO) 2 .NPh.NO 


C l4 H n 3 N 3 




86 


Fischer 


B., 10, 960 


32, 607 


Acetophenone nitrophenyl- 


Bz.CH 2 .O.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 =1.4 


C 14 H n 4 N 




144 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2498 


44, 332 


oxide 
















Benzoylamidosalicylic acid .. 


CO 2 H.OH.NHBz=1.2.3 or 


)) 


.... 


189 


Hiibner 


A., 195, 37 




)J 5) 


=1.2.? 


) 




252 


Dabney 


A. C. J., 5, 20 


46, 308 


Disalicylamide 


(HO.C 6 H 4 .CO) 2 NH=(1.2). ! 


JJ 


.... 


197-199 d. 


Schulerud 


J. p. [2], 22, 289 


40, 42 


Hydroxyphthalanilic acid ... 


HO.C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 H 


) 




223 


Ladenburg 


B., 9, 1528 


31, 305 




=(1.2), 














Hydroxybenzyleneamido- 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH : N.C 6 H 3 (OH) 





.... 


245 d. 


Schiff 


A., 210, 117. 


42, 303 


salicylic acid 


CO 2 H=1.2; 5.2.1 














Nitrosoacetophenone nitr- 


Bz.CH 2 .N(NO).C 6 H 4 .N0 3 


CuH.AN, 


.... 


135-145 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 247.4 




anilide 


=1.4 














1 




)) 




254 


Salkowski 


B., 17, 509.; 


46, 117(i 


Dinitrobenzoylmethylaniline 


fr. NMePhBz 


C 14 H n 5 N 3 


.... 


136 


Hess 


B., 18, 687- 


48, 783 


Acetophenonediuitranilide .. 


CH 2 Bz.NH.C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 


)) 




171-172 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2479 


44, 333 




=1.2.4 














Dinitrobeiizaniidotoluene .. 


Me.NHBz.(NO s ) 2 =1.4.3.5 


)> 


.... 


186 


Kolbe 


A., 208, 312 ; 


29, 270 ; 40, 














B.,,8, 877 


1131 


,, ... 


=1.4.(?) 2 


)J 




203 


Cunerth 


A., 172, 229 


28, 83 


Nitrobenzamidonitrotoluene 


C c H 3 Me(N0 2 ).NH.CO.C 6 H 4 


1) 




188-5 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1712 ; 


34, 144 




NO 2 =U.4; 1.3 










A., 210, 336 




Benzoic+nitrobenzoic acids... 


Ph.C0 2 H +C 6 H 4 (NO 2 ).C0 2 H 


C 14 H n 6 N 


.... 


136-137 


Fittica 


B., 9, 795 ; J. p 


30, 411 ; 36, 














[81 13, 184 


153 


Trinitrobenzyltolyl oxide ... 


C 6 H 2 Me(N0 2 ) s .O.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 . 


C 14 H 11 7 N 8 


.... 


145 


Staedel 


B., 14, 899 ; A. 


40, 724 




NO 2 =1.3.5.6; 1.4 










217, 178, 181 




) 


=1.2.6.4; 1.4 


) 


.... 


186-5 


Fritzsche 


A., 224, 137 


46, 1337 


Trinitro-p-azoxytoluene 




C H H U 7 N 5 


.... 


201 


Petrieff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 264 


vi., 286; 26, 














B., 6, 557 


1027 


Dibenzimide oxide 


NH : CPh.O.CPh : NH 


14 H 12 ON 2 


.... 


106 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 765 


34, 804 


Methylanilidocarbamido- 
phenol 


O.C 6 H 4 .N I C.NMePh=1.2 

i i 


> 


a. 360 


Liquid 


Kalckhoff 


B., 16, 1827 


44, 1110 




Araidobenzylideneamido- 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH : N.C 6 H 4 .COH 


) 


.... 


188-189 


Friedliinder and 


B., 17, 459 


46, 1020 


benzaldehyde 


=(1.2), 








Gohring 






a-naphtho-oxymethylquini- 


.... 


) 


.... 


190 


Knorr 


B., 17, 551 


46, 1154 


zine 
















8- 


.... 


> 


.... 


190 


?) 


B., 17, 550 


)* 


Acetophenonenitrosoanilide 


Ph.CO.CH 2 .N(NO)Ph(!) 


C I4 H 12 2 N 2 




73 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2472 


44, 333 


Benzoylbenzenylamidoxime 


NHrCPh : N.OBz 


> 


.... 


140 


Tienmnn & Kriiger , B., 17, 1694 


46, 1326 


Phenylhydrazinephenylgly- 


N 2 HPh : CPh.CO 2 H 


) 


.... 


153 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 534 


oxylic acid 
















u 





J> 


.... 


153d. 


Fisclier 


B., 17, 578 


46, 1151 


Phenylbenzoylcarbamide .... 


NHPb : CO.NHBz 


r 




199 


Kiihn 


B., 17, 2881 


48, 260 


/3-diphenylglyoxime 


Ph.(C:N.OH) 2 .Ph 







206 


Goldschmidt B., 16, 2177 


46, 62 


"- 


)1 


)) 




237 


Goldschmidt and B., 16, 1617 


44, 1120 












Meyer 






Diphenyloxamide (oxanilide) 


(.CO.NHPh), 


jj 


320 


245 


Gerhardt 


A., 60, 308 


v., 285 





)5 





B., 14, 740 


245 


Klinger 


A., 184, 261 


31, 710 


Acetyloxyazobenzene 


Ph.N 2 .O.C 6 H 4 Ac(?) 


ji 


.... 


84-5 


Scichilone 


G. I. [1882], 108 


42, 726 


Acetoxyazobenzene .... 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .OAc 


j 


a. 360 p. d. 


84-85 


Wallach and Kie- 


B., 14, 2617 














penheuer 






Dinitrobenzyltoluene 


.... 


) 


,,,, 


137 


Zinck6 


B., 5, 684 


vii., 183 


Hydroxybenzyleneamido- 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH:N.C 6 H 4 .CO. 


n 




186 


Schiff 


A., 218, 185 


46, 455 


benzamide 


NH 2 =1.2; 1.3 














Nitroamidostilbene 


NHj.C 8 H 4 .CH : CH.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


T? 




229-230 


Strakosch 


B., 6, 330 


6, 890 


Tolylazophenylcarboxylic 


C e H 4 Me.N,C 6 H 4 .COjH 


) 


b. 


237 


Klinger 


B., 16, 946 




acid 

















544 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Nitrobenzoylmethylaniliue ... 


fr. NMePhBz 


C 14 H 12 3 N 2 




Ill 


Hess 


B., 18, 687 


48, 783 


Acetophenonenitranilide 


CH 2 Bz.NH.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 = 1 .4 





.... 


167 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2475 


44, 333 


Phenyluramidobenzoic acid.. 


NHPh.CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .CO,,H 


n 




270 d. 


Kiihtt 


B., 17, 2883 


48, 201 




= 1.3 














Benzamidonitrotoluene 


Me.NHBz.NO 2 =1.4.5 


;j 


.... 


143 


Kolbe 


A., 208, 311 ; B., 


29, 270; 40, 














8, 875 


1131 





=1.2.6 





MM 


145-14S 


Cunerth 


A., 172, 224 


27, 903 


,, 


) )> 





.... 


145-146 


Limpricht 


B., 7, 643 


88,83 













167-167-5 


Bernthseu 


B., 15, 3017 


44, 579 





=1.4.2 


)> 


.... 


168 


Cunerth 


A., 172, 228 


28,83 


,, ... 


> 







171-172 


Bernthsen 


B., 15, 3017 


44, 579 


(B., 7, 1504) 


) M 


i) 




172 


Bell 


C. N., 30, 212 


28, 371 


(A., 217, 200) 


=1.3.5 


> 




177 


Becker 


B., 15, 1138 


42, 1197 


Toluylnitranilide 


NO 2 ,C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C 6 H 4 Me 


)) 


A., 205, 118 


110 


Hubner 


A., 210, 328 


42, 504 




=1.2 ; 1.4 














Nitrobenzamidotoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .NO 11 






162 





A., 210, 335 ; B., 


34, 144 




=1.4; 1.3 










10, 1712 




Acetamidonitrodiphenyl 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .NHAc 






246 or 264 


Schmidt & Schultz 


A., 207, 351 


40, 911 




=(1.4), 














Diphenyldinitroethane 


C 2 H 2 Ph 2 (N0 2 ) 2 


C 14 H 12 4 N 2 


.... - 


300 d. 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2438 


48, 1229 


Dinitrodibenzyl 


(.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NO 2 ) 2 =1.2 ; 1.4 


)) 




74-75 


Stelling and Fittig 


A., 137, 262 


v., 871 








)J 




75 


Leppert 


B., 9, 15 


29, 704 


,, .... 


=(1.4) 2 


jl 




166-167 


Stelling and Fittig 


A., 137, 260 


v., 871 


, .... .... 


J1 JJ 


J 


.... 


178 


Leppert 


B., 9, 15 


29, 704 


Diiiitrodiphenylethane 


CH 3 .CH(C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ),. 





.... 


149 


Anschiitz & Romig 


B., 18, 664 


48, 768 


Dinitrobenzyltoluene 


fr. Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 Me=1.2 


)) 




100 


Plascuda & Zincke 


B., 7, 986 


28,70 


.... 


=1.4 


J) 




137 


Zinck6 


B., 5, 684 


25, 1004 





=1.3 







141 


Senff 


A., 220, 225 


46, 427 


Hydrazobenzoic acid 


(.NH.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H) 2 =(1.2) 2 


) 


B., 7, 1612 


205 


Homolka 


B., 17, 1904 


46, 1342 


Disuccinyldiamidobenzene ... 


c c H 4 [N:(co) 2 :c 2 H 4 ] 2 


JJ 


.... 


a. 360 


Biedermaim 


B., 9, 1668 


31, 474 


Diamidodiphenic acid 


(.C 6 H 3 .NH 2 .C0 2 H) 2 =(?.1.2) 2 


Jl 


.... 


crystalline 


Griess 


B., 7, 1612 







=(1.4.2), 


1> 


.... 


170 


5, 


B., 7, 1610 


28, 460 


j) ,) 


n 


JJ 


B., 12, 236 


170 d. 


Schultz 


A., 196, 25 


36, 538, 653 


)> 


n 


Jl 


.... 


170-270 


,i 


B., 12, 236 


36, 653 


(?) 


" )) 


T) 


v., B., 12, 236 


250 


Hummel 


A., 193, 128 


36, 165 


m 


>' JJ 


* 


, 


250-251 


Struve 


B., 10, 75 


32, 902 


Dinitroazotoluene 


.... 


C 14 H 12 4 N 4 


.... 


110 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 556 


26, 1027 


Dinitrocresylbenzyl oxide .... 


(O.CH 2 Ph).Me.(NO 2 ) 2 


C 14 H 12 6 N 2 




109 


Fritzsche 


A., 224, 137 


46, 1337 




= 1.4.2.6 














Nitrocresylnitrobenzyl oxide 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 Me.O.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 . 


) 




163 





)> 


*, 




NO 2 =2.4.1 ; 1.4 














Dinitro-p-azoxytoluene 


.... 


C 14 H 12 5 N 4 


- 


145 


Petrieff 


B., 16, 557 


26, 1027 


Formyldinitropheuyltohiyl- 


C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 2 .NH.C 7 H 6 .NH. 


) 




157 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1237 


42, 1057 


enediamine 


COH 














Ethylene nitrophenylether .... 


C 2 H 4 (O.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.3) 2 


C 14 H 12 6 N 2 




139 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 27, 201 


46, 431 


>, 


=(1-4), 


1 




142-143 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 20, 127 


38, 316 


)! .... 





)) 


.... 


143 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 27, 201 


46, 434 


I 


)! 


M 




162-163 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 20, 127 


38, 316 


J ,, 


" 11 


T1 




163 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 27, 201 


46, 434 


4th Nitrobenzoic + 4thAmido- 


.... 


1> 


.... 


156-158 ; 


Fittica 


J. p. [2], 13, 184 


36, 153 


benzoic acid 








158-160 








Benzoylmethylanilide 


PkNMeBz 


C 14 H 13 ON 




59 


Hepp 


B., 10, 329 







J> 


) 


.... 


63 


Hess 


B., 18, 686 


48, 783 


Metliylic diphenylacetoxime 


CPh 2 : NOMe 


> 




92 


Spiegler 


M. C., 5, 203 


46, 1156 


Acetophenone anilide 


Ph.CO.CH 2 .NHPh 


)) 


.... 


93 


Mohlau 


B., 14, 172 


40, 262 


Amidodeoxybenzoin 


.... 







94 


Golubeff 


B., 6, 1252 


27, 273 


,, 


.... 


)) 


J. K, 11,101 


95-96 




B., 11, 1239 


36, 150 


Acetyldiphenylamine 


NAcPh 2 


)J 


.... 


99-5 


Merz and Weith 


B.,5, 284; 6,1511 


27, 375 








Jl 


.... 


101 


Wallach 


A., 214, 193 


44, 49 


, 


J) 


)) 


.... 


103 u. c. 


Clans 


B., 14, 2366 




,, 





)J 




175 


Willm and Girard 


B., 8, 1196 




Phenylacetanilide 


Ph.NH.CO.CH 2 .Ph 


JJ 




117 


Hofmann 


B., 13, 1225 


38, 885 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



545 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


j 

Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Toluanilide 


(CO.NHPh).Me=1.4 


C 14 H 13 ON 


.... 


139 


Fischli 


B., 12, 616 


96, 638 


jj 


u 


51 




140-141 


BrUckner 


A., 205, 132 


40, 94 


Benzotoluide 


NHBz.Me=1.2 


H 




142-143 


u 


A., 205, 130 


?j 





=1.4 


) 




155 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 875 ; A. 


29, 270; 40, 














208, 310 


1131 


j) " 


J J 


V 


232 


158 


Wallach 


A., 214, 217 




Aeetamidodipbenyl 


Pb.C 6 H 4 .NHAc=1.4 


T) 




167 


Osteii 


A., 209,344; B. 


vii., 937; 27, 














7, 173 


581 


Tolylsalicylamide 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH ; N.C 6 H 4 Me 


JJ 


v. 232 


100 


Jaillard 


C. R, 60, 1096 


v., 872, 874 




= 1.2; 1.? 










Z.C. [1865], 440 




Hydroxybenzylidenetoluide 


=(1.4), 


)) 


..., 


213 


Herzfeld 


B., 10, 2196 


34, 423 


Acetamidoazobenzene 


Pk.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NHAc=1.4 


C 14 H 13 ON 3 


.... 


141 


Schultz 


B., 17, 463 




jj 


I! JJ 




.... 


143 


Berju 


B., 17, 1400; 


46, 1148 ; 48, 














C. C. [1884], 87 


660 


Phenoxyaeetanilide 


PhO.CH 2 .CO.NHPh 


C I4 H J3 2 N 




99 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [2], 20, 280 


38, 319 


1 


Ph.CN(OH).CHPh.OH 






151-152 


\V^ttGnb&r[ and 


B., 16, 504 


44, 804 






11 






Meyer . 






Phenamidophenylacetic acid 


NHPh.CHPh.CO 2 H 





.... 


164-168 


Stockenius 


J. [1878], 779 




JJ JJ 





) 


.. 


173-175 


Tieruann and Piest 


B., 15, 2030 


44, 198 


Nitrodipheuylethane 


Ph.CHMe.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 


J) 




79-80 


Anschiitz & Romig 


B., 18, 664 


48, 768 


Benzaiuidomethoxybenzene.... 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.NHBz =1.2 


)) 


.... 


59-5 


Mulhauser 


A., 207, 244 


42, 302 


M 


=1.4 


?! 


.... 


153-154 


Lessen 


A., 175, 299 


28, 636 


Methoxybeuzauilide 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.(CO.NHPh)=1.4 


)> 




168-169 


Leuckart & Scbmid 


B., 18, 2339 




( A. C. [3], 23, 353) 


1 )) 





.... 


168-169 


Lessen 


A., 175, 292 




Benzylamidobenzoic acid ... 


(NH.CH 2 Ph).C0 2 H=1.2 


)1 




176 u. c. 


Glaus & Glyckherr 


B., 16, 1285 


44, 1009 


Phenmethamidobenzoic acid 


NMePh.CO.,H=U 


,, 


.... 


184 


Michler & Sarauw 


B., 14, 2180 


42, 183 


Salicyltoluide _ 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 Me 





.... 


155-156 


Wanstrat 


B., 6, 337 


86, 907 




=1.2 ; 1.4 














Methoxyhydroxybenzylidene 


(CH : NPh).OH.OMe=1.2.5 





.... 


59 


Tiemann & Miiller 


B., 14, 1992 


42,53 


anilide 
















Orcylanilide .... 


Me.(OH) 2 .(CH : NPb)=? 






125-12C 


Tiemann & Helken 


B., 12, 1002 


36 79H 












berg 




"'-'j < &\j 


/3-uaphthyl-;3-amidobutyric 


CH 3 .CH(NHC 10 H r ).CH J . 


f) 


.... 


92 


Knorr 


B., 17, 543 


46, 1198 


acid 


CO 3 H 














Phenyllutidine carboxylic 


C 5 NHPliMe 2 .C0 2 H 


I) 


.... 


189-190 


Hantzscli 


B., 17, 2913 


48, 397 


acid 
















Benzenylphenyluramidoxime 


NHPb.CO.NH.CPh: NOH 


C J4 H 13 2 N 3 


.... 


115 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1059 


48, 896 


j3-diphenylbiuret 


.... 


> 




165 


Hofmann 


B., 4, 250 


24, 395 


"- jj 




)> 


.... 


210 


j> 


B., 4, 265 


vii., 193 


- i. 




-)) 


.... 


210 


Peitzscb & Solomon 


J. p. [2], 7, 479 


27, 365 


Phenylbenzocreatine 


C0 2 H.(NH.CNH.NHPh) 


J> 


.... 


165 d. 


Traube 


B., 15, 2120 


44, 193 




= 1.3 














Nitrazotoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 


C 14 H 13 2 N 3 


._. 


63 


Petrieff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 264 


vi., 286 


,, .... .... 


n 


)J 


.... 


67 


9) 





> 


jj 


= 1.4; 1.4.? 


)) 




76 





B., 6, 556 


26, 1027 


Plienolazoacetamidobenzene 


HO.C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NHAc 





-.. 


208 


Walkch & Schulze 


B., 15, 3021 


44, 583 




=?; 1.3 














Dehydracetanilide 


C 8 H ; 3 .NHPh 


C u H 13 O a N 




115 


Oppenheim & Precbt 


B., 9, 1100 


30, 506 


Nitrodiphenylmethylcarbinol 


H(XCMePh.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


) 


.... 


106-107 


Auschiitz & Komig 


B., 18, 664 


48, 768 


Nitrobenzyltolyloxide 


C 6 H < Me.O.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NO 2 







91 


SVitzsche 


A., 224, 137 


46, 1337 




=(1.4) 2 














jj 


=1.4; 1.? 


)) 


.... 


181 


Staedel 


A., 217, 153 


44, 864 


Nitrotolylbenzyloxide 


Ph.CH 2 .O.C 6 H 3 Me.NO 2 





.... 


54 


Tritzsche 


A., 224, 137 


46, 1337 




=1.4.2 














Ethylic a-naphthyloxamate.... 


C JO H 7 .NH.CO.CO 2 Et 


)> 


.... 


106 


Ballo 


B., 6, 249 


vii., 848; 26, 
















913 


Benzylnitrobenzenylamid- 


Ph.CH 2 .O.N : C(NH 2 ).C 6 H 4 . 


C 14 H 13 3 N 3 




58 


Schopf 


B., 18, 1065 


48, 896 


oxime 


NO 2 =1.3 














Nitroazoxytoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 O.C 6 H 3 Me.NO 2 


JJ 


.... 


84 


Petrieff 


B., 6, 557 


26, 1027 




=1.4; 1.4.2 














BenzdiamidonitroLoIueue .... 


Me.NHBz.NH 2 .NO 2 =1.4.5.3 


1) 


.... 


137-139 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 877 


29, 270 


i) 


>i 11 





.... 


138 


Jiibuer 


A., 208, 317 


40, 1132 
















4 A 



546 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylenephenylnitrophenyl- 


PhO.C 2 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 =1.2 


C 14 H 13 4 N 


.... 


86 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 245 


40, 1137 


ether 
















Isopropylic nitro-|3-naph- 


C 10 H 6 (N0 2 ).C0 2 Pr/i 


1> 


.... 


75-76 


Graeff 


B., 16, 2254 


46,81 


thoate 
















Isopropylic nitro-o-naph- 








.... 


101-5 





B., 16, 2252 


J) 


thoate 
















Phenyldimethylpyrroline di- 


CO 2 H.C : CMe.NPh.CMe : C. 
i i 


)) 


.... 


d. 224 


Knorr 


B., 18, 307 


48, 555 


carboxylic acid 


CO 2 H 














Dinitrodibenzylamine 


NH(CH5.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 ) 2 


C 14 H 13 4 N 3 




93 


Strakosch 


B., 6, 1058 


27, 78 





JJ 


)) 


.... 


a. 100 


u 


B., 6, 1059 




Dinitroditolylamine 


NH(C 6 H 3 Me.NO 2 ) 2 = (1.4. ?) 


) 




191 


Lellmann 


B., 15, 832 


42, 1060 


Ethenyldinitrodiamidodi- 


C I4 H 12 (N0 2 ) 2 N 2 +HN0 3 


C 14 H 13 0-N 5 


.... 


d.w.m. 182 


Biedermann 


B., 7, 540 


27, 08 


phenyl nitrate 
















Nitrosodibenzylamiiie 


(Ph.CH 2 ) 2 N.NO 


C 14 H 14 ON 2 




52 


Rohde 


A., 151, 369 




Benzylbenzenylamidoxime .... 


NH 2 .CPh : N.O.CH 2 Ph 





.... 


90-5 


Kriiger 


B., 18, 1056 


48, 896 


Methyldiphenylcarbamide .... 


NHPh.CO.NMePh 





203-205 


104 


Gebhardt 


B., 17 2093 


46, 1321 


Phenamidoacetanilide 


NHPh.CH 2 .CO.NHPh 


1) 


.... 


110-111 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1156 


29, 372 


Phenylbenzylcarbamide 


CO : N 2 H 2 Ph.CH 2 Ph 





.... 


168 


Letts 


B., 5, 93 


25,449; vii., 181 


Methylbenzoylphenylhydra- 


Ph.NMe.NHBz 







153 


Tafel 


B., 18, 1743 


48, 1061 


zine 
















Acetohydrazobenzene 


Ph.NH.NAcPh 





.... 


159 


Stern 


B., 17, 380 


46, 1015 


Acetamidodiphenylamine .... 


NHPh.C 6 H 4 .NHAc=1.4 


U 


.... 


158 


Nietzki and Witt 


B., 12, 1402 




Azoxytoluene 


.... 


)) 




57 


Petrieff 


Z. C. [2], 6, 30 


vi., 286 


) 


.... 





.... 


59 


j 


B., 6, 557 


26, 1027 


) .... .... 


.... 







70 


Melms 


B., 3, 551 


vii., 1163 












219 


Barsilowsky 


A., 207, 117 




Nitrosoditolylamine 


N(C,H 1 Me),NO=(1.4) 2 


3) 


.... 


100-101 


Lehne 


B., 13, 1544 




.... 





1 


.... 


103 


Cosack 


B., 13, 1092 


38, 714 


Acetdiamidodiphenyl 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .NHAc 







199 


Schultz 


A., 207, 332 






=(l-4) 2 














Benzdiamidotoluene 


C 6 H 3 Me.NHBz.NH 2 =1.4.6 


)J 




142 


Bell 


B., 7, 1505 




n 


=1.4.5 


)) 




193-194 


Hiibner 


A., 208, 314 


40, 1131 


Anhydrodiamidobenzotolui- 


.... 


)) 




232-233 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 876 


29, 270 


dine 
















Tolylazocresol 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.OH 


J 




112-113 


Nblting and Kohn 


B., 17, 354 


46, 901 




=1.4; U.4 














Diamidomethylbenzophenone 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H. i Me.NH 2 


|) 


.... 


a. 220 d. 


Liebermann 


B., 16, 1929 


44, 1097 


Acetdiamidoazobenzene 


NHAe.C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH 2 


C 14 H I4 ON 4 




212 


Nietzki 


B., 17, 345 


46, 1016 




= 1.4; 1.? 














Benzylphenylhydroxy- 


HO.CHPh.C(NH 2 ) ; N.O. 


C 14 H 14 2 N 2 




102-103 


Gross 


B., 18, 1080 


48, 898 


ethenylamidoxime 


CH 2 Ph 














Phenylhydrazidophenyl- 


N 2 H 2 Ph.CHPh.C0 2 H 


)J 




158 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 534 


acetic acid 
















Phenylhydrazine vanillin .... 


(CH : N 2 HPh).OMe.OH 


)1 




105 


Tiemann and Kees 


B., 18, 1662 


48, 1072 




=1.3.4 














Nitroditolylamine 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 


If 


.... 


85 


Lellmann 


B., 15, 831 


42, 1060 




=1.4 ; 1.4.7 














Orcinoldiazotoluene 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 3 .C 6 H 2 Me(OH) 2 


>3 




203-206 


Scichlone 


G. I, 12, 223 


42, 1285 


Diacetdiamidonaplithalene .... 


C 10 H 6 (NHAc) 2 = 


)3 




234 


Lawson 


B., 18, 801, 2423 


48, 803 


Oxalyldiphenylhydrazine .... 


Ph.N 2 H 2 .CO.CO.N 2 H 2 Ph 


C 14 H 14 OJST 4 




277-278 


Fischer 


A., 190, 131 


34, 309 


Ethylenediphenyldinitros- 


.... 





.... 


157 


Morley 


B., 12, 1794 


38, 112 


amine 
















Nitrobenzeneazodimethani- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 







157-158 


Meldola 




45, 120 


liue 


=1.3 ; 4.1 

















=(1-4), 


>J 


.... 


229-230 


jj 




45, 107 


Nitrobenzeneazoamidoxyleiie 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 2 Me 2 .NH 2 


)) 


Mixture (?) 


141 


J3 




43, 428 




=1.4; 1.3.5.4 and 1.4; 1.2.6.4 














Dehydracetoplienylhydrazine 


C s H 8 O 3 N.NHPh 


C 14 H 14 3 N 2 


.... 


207d.;sf.200 


Perkin& Bernhardt 


B., 17, 1523 


46, 1121 


Phenyldimethylpyridazindi- 


.... 


C 14 H 14 4 N 2 


.... 


d. 220 


Knorr 


B., 18, 308 


48, 555 


carboxylic acid 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



547 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Ethylenediphenylnitramine 


C 2 H 4 (NH.C 6 H 4 .NO,,) 2 =(1.3) 2 


C 14 H 14 4 N 4 


.... 


206 u. c. 


Gattermann and 


B., 17, 778 


46, 1142 












Hager 






Diuitrodiethoxynaphthalene 


OEt.OEt=? ; ? 


C H H 14 8 N 2 


.... 


228-229 


Alen 


B. S. [2], 36, 433 


42, 410 


Trinitrobenzene dimethyl- 


C 8 H 3 (NO,) 3 +NMe 2 Ph 


C 14 H 14 8 N 4 


B. S., 30, 5 


106-108 


Hepp 


A., 215, 344 


36, 51 ; 44, 


aniline 


=1.3.5 












316 


Dibenzylhydroxylamine 


(Ph.CH,) 2 N.OH 


C 14 H 15 ON 


.... 


123 


Schramm 


B., 16, 2185 


46, 51 


Methylmethoxydiphenyl- 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.NPhMe=1.4 





313 


Liquid 


Philip and Calm 


B., 17, 2431 


48, 155 


amine 
















Benztriamidotoluene 


Me.(NH,) 2 .NHBz=1.3.5.4 


C 14 H 15 ON 3 


.... 


182-183 


Kelbe 


B., 8, 877 


29, 270 











.... 


183-185 


Hubner 


A., 208, 318 


40, 1132 


Diazoorcen-o-toluidine 


.... 


C 14 H 15 2 N 3 


..<. 


203-206 


.... 


G. I. [1882], 223 




Ethylic ethoxycinchonate .... 


N.OH.CO 2 H=1.2.4 ; 


C 14 H 15 3 N 




86 


Konigs & Korner 


B., 16, 2156 


46, 85 


Diacetamidopropenylbeuzoic 


NAc 2 C 3 H 6 .CO 2 H=1.2.5 


C 14 H ]6 4 N 


.... 


215-216 


Widmann 


B., 16, 2575 


46, 318 


acid 
















Ethylic allylnitrobenzoylace- 


NO,.C 8 H 4 .CO.CH(C 3 H 5 ).CO 2 


C 14 H 15 5 N 


.... 


45-46 


Perkin & Bellenot 


B., 18, 958 


48, 795 


tate 


Et=1.4 














Ethylic nitrobenzoyltetra- 


CH,.(CH ),C(CO.Et).CO. 






62-63 


n 


B., 18, 954 





methylenecarboxylate 


1 _ _ | 














C 6 H 4 .N0 2 =1.4 


Diethylic nitrobenzalmalonic 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CH:C(C0 2 Et) 2 


C 14 H 15 6 N 





53 


Stuart 


.... 


47, 158 


acid 


= 1.2 














n jj 


=1.4 





.... 


93 





.... 





Trinitranilinedimethylaniline 


C 8 H s .NH a .(NO,) 3 +Ph.NMe, 


C 14 H 15 6 N 5 




139-141 


Hepp 


A., 215, 359 




Diethylic nitrobenzoylma- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO.CH(C0 2 Et) 2 


C 14 H 16 7 N 




54 u. c. 


Bischoffand Each 


B., 17, 2792 


48, 264 


lonate 


=1.8 




















B 


d. 100 


92 


Bischoff 


B., 16, 1045 


44, 912 


Aniline on pyrotartaric acid 


.... 


C 14 H 16 ON 2 


...* 


194-195 


Bottinger 


B., 17, 997 


46, 1006 


Nitrosodiethylnaphthylamine 


C lo H 6 .NO.NEt 2 





.... 


165 


Smith 


.... 


41, 182 


Azoxytoluidine 


(NH 2 .C 8 H 3 Me) 2 :N 2 


C 14 H 18 ON 4 


.... 


148 


Buckney 


B., 11, 1453 


34, 863 





=(1.3.4, or 1.4.3) 2 







168 


Graeff 


A., 229, 340 


48, 1128 





.. ,, 







168 


Limpricht 


B., 18, 1405 


48, 974 


Hydroxyazotoluidine 


NH 2 .C 6 H 2 Me(OH).N 2 .C 6 H 3 . 





.... 


212 d. 








48, 975 




Me.NH 2 




















51 




212 d. 


Graeff 


A., 229, 340 


48, 1128 


Ethylenediamidophenol 


C 2 H 4 (O.C 6 H 4 .NH 2 ) 2 =(1.2) 2 


C 14 H 16 2 N 2 


.... 


127 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 20, 127 


38, 316 











.... 


128 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 27, 201 


46, 434 





=(1.3) a 





.... 


135 





J. p. [2], 27, 209 


11 





=(1-4)* 







168-172 





J. p. [2], 27, 206 





Dihydroxystilbene diamine 


(HO.C 6 H 4 .CH(NH 2 ).) 2 





.... 


180-5 


Japp and Hooker 


.... 


45, 675 


Dibenzylamine nitrate 


(Ph.CH,),NH + HNO, 


C 14 H 18 3 N 2 




186 


Limpricht 


A., 144, 304 


vi., 337 


Ethylic methyloxyquinizin- 


C 8 H 4 .N.NH.CMe.CH(CH a . 

1 i 





.... 


138 


Knorr and Blank 


B., 17, 2052 


46, 1380 


acetate 


i 
















CO 2 Et).CO=1.2 

1 














Diphenylguanylguanidine 


NPh : C(NHPh).NH.C(NH 2 ): 


C 14 H 16 3 N 8 




231 


Bamberger 


B., 13, 1584 


40, 44 


nitrate 


NH+HNX) 3 














Diacetylmethylbenzylgly- 


Me.(C : NOAc) 2 .CH 2 Ph 


C 14 H 11( 4 N 2 


.... 


80 


Schramrn 


B., 16, 2188 


46, 52 


oxime 
















Aniline oxalate 


(.COONH 3 Ph) 3 




.... 


nf. 180 


Piria 


C., 2, 305 


iv., 427 


o-Phenylenediimidobutyric 




a 




176 


Knorr 


B., 17, 545 


46, 1198 


acid 
















Acetylcarbazolin 


C 12 H 14 NAc 


C 14 H 17 ON 


.... 


98 


Grsebe and Adlers- 


A., 202, 25 


38, 660 












kron 






o-acetamido-cumenylacrylic 


C 9 H 10 (NHAc).C 2 H 2 .CO 2 H 


C 14 H 17 3 N 


.... 


220 


Widmann 


B., 17, 2283 


48, 56 


acid 
















m - 







.... 


240 




() 


n 


Ethylic o-nitrocumenylacryl- 


C 9 H 10 (N0 2 ).C 2 H 2 .C0 2 Et 


C 14 H I7 4 N 


... 


Liquid 


n 








ate 
















m - 





B 




58-59 


n 


H 


M 


Triethylic /3-pyridinetricarb- 


N.(CO 2 Et) 3 =1.2.4.6 


C 14 H 17 6 N 


cf., 35, 189 


127-5 


Voigt 


A., 228, 29 


48, 813 


oxylate 

















4 A 






548 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pentamethyloxyquinizine ... 


C 6 HMe 3 .N.NMe.CMe.CH, . 


C 14 H 18 ON 2 


.... 


105-106 


Haller 


B., 18, 708 


48, 818 




1 L -i 
















1 














CO=1.3.4.6.5 




j 














a-conicei'ne pierate 


C 8 H 16 N.C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .OH 


C 14 H 18 7 N 4 




225 


Hofmann 


B., 18, 8, 11 


48, 401 


Isoamylic hippurate 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO 2 .(CH 2 ) 2 .Pr/i 


C 14 H 19 3 N 


B., 11, 1247 


27-28 


Campani and Biz- 


G. I., 10, 257 


38, 870 












zarri 






,, ,, .... ... 










28 


Oampani 


G. I., 8, 57 


34, 674 


Suberanilic acid 


Ph.NH.C 3 H 12 2 .OH 





A., 68, 31 


128 


Laurent & Gerhard 


A. C. [3], 24, 185 


v., 448 


m -aceta.mido-cumeny Ipro- 


C 9 H 10 (NHAc).C 2 H 4 .CO 2 H 


Tt 




168 


Widmann 


B., 17, 2283 


48, 56 


pionic acid 
















Diethylic collidine-dicarb- 


N.Me 3 .(C0 2 Et) 2 =? 


C 14 H 19 4 N 


308-310 


Liquid 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 21 


44, 83 


oxyfate 
















.. 








310 


Liquid 





B., 14, 1638 


40, 1029 


Glucovanillin aldoxime 


C 6 H 3 (CH:NOH).OMe.(0. 


C 14 H 19 S N 


.... 


152 


Tiemann and Kees 


B., 18, 1664 


48, 1072 




C 6 H n 5 )=1.3.4 














Glucoseacetonitrose .... 


C 6 H-0(OAc) 4 .N0 3 


C 14 H 19 12 N 




145 


Colley 


C. R., 76, 436 


26, 612 


Picramide+dimethylaniline 


NMe 2 Ph+C 6 H 2 (OH)(NH 2 ) 3 


C 14 H M ON 4 




139-141 


Hepp 


A., 215, 344 


44, 316 


Curaiuyldiacetamide 


C 6 H 4 Pr.CH(NHAc) 2 


C 14 H 20 2 N 2 


.... 


212 


Raab 


B., 8, 1150 


29, 398 


Diethylic phenylenediglyco- 


C 6 H 4 (NH:CH 2 .CO 4 Et) 2 =1.3 


C 14 H 20 4 N 2 




73 


Zimmermaim 


B., 15, 518 


42, 957 


collate 



















=1.4 







83 





B., 16, 515 


44,797 





=1.2 


,, 




135 




B 


() 


Dinitrotetraethylbenzene .... 


Et 4 .(NO 2 ) 2 =1.2.3.5.4.6 


,, 


.... 


115 


Galle 


B., 1C, 1745 


44, 1092 


Anisaldehyde+urethane ... 


MeO.C 6 H 4 .CH(NH.C0 2 Et) 2 


C^H^N, 


.... 


171-172 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1080 


28, 146 




=1.4 














Diethylic collidinedicarb- 


C 5 NMe 3 (CO.,Et), ! + HNO 3 


C 14 H M 7 N S 


.... 


92 


Hantzsch 


A., 215, 21 


44, 83 


oxylate nitrate 
















hydrocollidinecarb- 


C 5 NH 2 Me 3 (CO 2 Et) 2 


C 14 H,uO 4 N 


310 d ; 315 


131 




B., 14, 1637 ; A., 


40, 1028 ; 44, 


oxylate 












215,8 


82 


Camphorethylimidethylimi- 
j . 


C 8 H 14 .CO.NEt.C : NEt 

L i 


C 14 H 24 ON 2 


284-286 


Liquid 


Wallach and Ka- 


B., 13, 520; 14, 


38, 548 ; 40, 


dine 










menski . 


162; A.,214,245 


285 


Azoxybenzotoluide 


0:N 2 :(C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 


C 14 H 24 3 N 4 


.... 


290 


Mixter 


A. C. J., 5, 282 


46, 666 




Me) 2 














n-Hexyl-n-cenanthylcarb- 


C 6 H 13 .NH.CO.NH.C 7 H 13 


C 14 H 23 O 2 N 2 


.... 


97 


Hofmann 


B., 15, 759 


42, 1053 


amide 
















Myristamide .... 


C 13 H 27 .CO.NH 2 


C^H^ON 


.... 


102 


Reimer and Will 


B., 18, 2016 








n 





A., 202, 174 


102 


Masino 


G. L, 10, 72 


38, 460 


" 










.... 


104-105 


Krafft and Stauffer 


B., 15, 1730 


42, 1274 




Pseudoveratrine 




C 14 H 36 3 N 2 ? 




185 


Couerbe 


A. C. [2], 52, 352 


iv., 745 


Trinitrofluoranthene 




C I5 H 3 6 N 3 




nf. 300 


Fittig and Gebhard 


.... 


36, 166 


Nitrobenzylidene phthalide 


O.CO.C 6 H 4 .C : CPh.N0 2 =1.2 

L 1 


C 15 H 9 4 N 


.... 


195 ; sf. 180 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1255 


48, 903 


Phthalamidobenzoie acid .... 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :N.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H 





.... 


217 





B., 11, 2261 


36, 324 


ji 


=1.2; 1.3 


,, 




276 





B., 11, 2262 





>! 


>! 


)) 




282 


Pellizzari 


B., 18, 216 


48, 534 


Nitromethylauthraquinone .... 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 2 Me.OH 


JJ 




269-270 


Romer and Link 


B., 16, 697 


44, 1139 




=2.1 ; 1.2.4.5 














Phenylpyridinetetracar- 


N.Ph.(C0 2 H) 4 =1.4.2.3.5.6 


C 16 H 9 8 N 




205-207 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 1517 


46, 1194 


boxylic acid 
















Nitrophenylquinoline 


C 9 H 6 N.C B H 4 .N0 2 =a 1 /3 1 ; 1.3 


C 15 H 10 2 N 2 




124 


Miller & Kinkelin 


B., 18, 1903 


48, 1144 


Quinidinequinoline anilide .... 


fr. N ; O 2 =a, ; 0,0,, 






190+ 


Fischer and Renouf 


B., 17, 1644 


46, 1371 


Diphenylparabanic acid 


CO.NPh.CO.NPh.CO 

i i 


C 15 H^0 3 N 2 




204 


Hofmann 


B., 2, 688 




Benzenylazoximebenzenyl- 


O.N : CPh.N : C.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H 


" 




204 
151 


Stojentin 
Schulz 


J. p., 32, 1 
B., 18, 2464 


48, 1196 
48, 1219 


carboxylic acid 


=1.2 














Phenylcyanate + isatin 
Phthalimidylnitrobenzyl .... 


PhCNO+C 8 H 5 2 N 
C 6 H 4 .CO.N:C.CHPh.NO 2 







180 d. 
199 


Gumpert 
Gabriel 


J. p. [2], 31, 119 
B., 18, 1261 


48, 656 

48, 903 


Isatamidobenzoic acid 


CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .C : N.OBz 

i j 





.t 


251-253 


Schiff 


A., 210, 121 


42, 304 


Nitrobenzaldehyde indogen- 
ide 


CO.C,.H 4 .NH.C : CH.C 6 H 4 . 





.... 


273 


Baeyer 


B., 16, 2199 


46, 76 


J NOj=U; 1.4 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



549 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitrobenzylidenephthalide 


O.CO.C 6 H 4 .C(NO :i ).CHPh. 


C 15 H 10 6 N 2 


.... 


110-113 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1251 


48, 902 




1 ' NO 2 =1.2 














Quinoline picrate 


.... 


C 15 H 10 7 N 4 


.... 


203 


Goldschmidt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40, 824 












Schidt 






Hydroxyquinoline picrate .... 


N.OH=a i; a. 


C 16 H I0 8 N 4 


.... 


203-204 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 536 


44, 92 





=o,; 3 2 


i) 




235-235-5 


n. 


M. C., 4, 695 


46,87 








11 


.... 


235-236 





M.C.,2,575; 3,545 




Benzaldehyde indogenide .... 


CO.C 6 H 4 .NH.C:CHPh 


n 




175-176 


Baeyen 


B., 16, 2197 


46, 75 




L 1 














Benzalphthimidine 


NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .C : CHPh=1.2 






182-183 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2435 


48, 1229 




i i 














Imidodeoxybenzoincarbox- 


C f ,H 4 .CO.N : C.CH 2 Ph=1.2 






182-183 


Gabriel & Michael 


B., 11, 1682 


36, 246 


ylic anhydride 


i i 
















Isobenzalphthalimidine 


C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.CPh rCH 





.... 


197 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2449 


48, 1231 




L I 














Formanthramine 


C 14 H 9 .NH.CHO 





.... 


242 


Bollert 


B., 16, 1640 


44, 1140 


Anthracenecarboxylamide ... 


C 14 H 9 .(CO.NH 2 ) 


n 


.... 


293-295 


Bernstein 


B., 16, 2611 


46, 330 


Phenylcarbostyril 


N.OPh=a, 3! ; 


C 15 H n ON 


.... 


68-69 


Friedlander 


B., 15, 336 


42, 733 


Hydroxyphenylquinoline .... 


C 9 H 6 N.C 6 H 4 .OH=a^ 3, ; 1.3 


. 


.... 


156 


Miller. & Kinkelin 


B., 18, 1908 


48, 1145 


Lactone of a-benzylphenyl- 


C 6 H 4 .C0 2 .N : CPh.CH 2 =1.2 


C I6 H n 2 N 




116-117 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1259; 2448 


48, 903, 1231 


acetoxime carboxylic acid. 


\ 1 
















Lactone of 3-benzylphenyl- 





n 


.... 


137-139 


i} 


B., 18, 2448 


48, 1231 


acetoxime carboxylic acid 
















Benzylpseudisatin 


.... 


11 ' 




131 


Antrick 


A., 227, 360 


48, 543 


Phenylindolecarboxylic acid 


...r 


rt 


.... 


173-176 


Fischer and Hess 


B., 17, 568 


46, 1181 


Tolylphthalimide 


6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :N.C 6 H 4 Me 





.... 


153 


Frohlich 


B., 17, 2679 


48, 155 




=1.2'; 1.3 

















=(1.2), 





.... 


179 


Piutti 


G. I, 13, 542 


46, 453 





t) 





.... 


182 


Frohlich 


B., 17, 2679 


48, 155 


,. 


=1.2 ; 1.4 





.... 


200 u.c. 


Michael 


B., 10, 579 


32, 616 





11 11 


11 




204 


Frohlich 


B., 17, 2679 


48, 155 


Amidomethylanthraquinone 


P TT * (r*C\\ ' P TT "VToATTT 
O 6 il 4 . (OU) 2 . U 6 l 2 JleJM Ji., 





.... 


202 


Eomer and Link 


B., 16, 698 


44, 1139 




=2a : 1.2.4.5 














Benzenylazoximebenzenyl- 


o.N:cph.N:c.c 6 H 4 .co. 


C 15 H n 2 N 3 


.... 


160 


Schulz 


B., 18, 2467 


48, 1219 


carboxylamide 


1 ' TLTTT 














NH 2 


Isatamidobenzamide 


C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C : N.C,H 4 . 




.... 


280 d. 


Schiff 


A., 218, 185 


46, 455 




i i 
















CO.NH 2 =1.2; 1.3 














Nitrosofurfurin (B., 11, 1250) 


.... 


C 16 H n 4 N 3 




112 





G. L, 8, 76 


34, 657 


Phthalylamidobenzoic acid .... 


C0 2 H.0 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 


C 16 H 1V< 6 N 




275-277 


Michael 


B., 10, 579 


32, 616 




CO 2 H=I.2; 1.4 














Phenylethenylazoximeben- 


Ph.CH 2 .C : N.O.CPh TN 


C 16 H 12 ON 2 




82 


Knudsan 


B., 18, 1071 


48, 897 


zenyl 


i 1 














Acetophenonecarboxylic 


..... 


ii. 




102 


Roser 


B., 18, 804 


44, 797 


phenylhydrazide 
















p-Methylisatinphenylimide 


C s H 4 MeNO : NPh 







239-240 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2267 


46, 48 


3-naphtho-diniethyloxyquin- 


.... 


11. 




129 


Knorr 


B., 17, 551 


46, 1154 


izine 
















Hydroxyphenyltoluquinoxal- 


C 7 H 6 .N : CPh.C(OH) : N 


11 


.... 


196-197 


Hinsberg 


B., 18, 1229 


48, 909 


ine 
















Benzylnitrosophthalidine .... 


C 6 H 4 .CO.N(NO).CH.CH 2 Ph 


C 15 H 12 O 2 N 2 




92-93 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1263 


48, 903 




1- -, _ j__ - 1 














Phthalyldiamidotoluen e 


C 6 H 4 :(CO.NH) 2 :C s H 3 Me 





.... 


104 


Biedermanu 


B., 10, 1165 






=1.2 ; 1.2.? 














11 


=1.2; 1.3.? 





.... 


192 





B., 10, 1161 


32, 783 


? 


.... 





1 ITT f\ 
~T~ "5 -^-3^-' 


200 


Stojentin 


J. p., 32, 1 


48, 1196 


Fnrfurine (A., 54, 59) .... 


.... 


C 16 H 12 3 N 2 


.... 


m. b., 100 


Stenhouse 


A., 74, 283 


ii., 747 


(A., 88, 127) .... 







.... 


100 


Fownes 


P. T. [1845], 253 


34,46 


11 


See orig. paper 




.... 


116 


Schiff 


B., 10, 1188 


11 


Furfuramide (A., 54, 56).... 





B 


.... 


117 










Dibenzoylcarbamide 


CO(NHBz) 2 







Solid 


Schmidt 


J. p. [2], 5, 60 


vii., 268 


11 i .... 


11 


n 


.... 


210 


McCreath 


B., 7, 1739 


28, 465 


Nitrobenzalphthalimidinic 


N0 2 .CPh : C(NH 2 ).C 6 H 4 . 


C 16 H 12 4 N 2 




147-150 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2440 


48, 1230 


acid 


CO 2 H=1.2 















550 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Isatamidobenzoic acid 


C 6 H 4 .NH.CO.C : N.C 6 H 4 . 


C 16 H 12 4 N 2 


+H 2 


251-253 d. 


Schiff 


A., 210, 121 






i i 
















CO 2 H=1.2 ; 1.3 














Diethylic carboxamidoben- 


CO(NH.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 Et) 2 =( 1 .3 


C 15 H la 6 N 2 




160 


Wachendorff 


B., 11, 701 


34, 674 


zoate 
















Methylindole picrate 


C 9 H 9 N.C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .OH 


C 15 H 12 7 N 3 


.... 


150 


Fischer and Hess 


B., 17, 563 


46, 1181 


Benzylphthalidine 


C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.CH.CH 2 Ph 


C 16 H 13 ON 




135-137 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1262 


48, 903 




i i 














Amidomethylanthranol 


CH.C 6 H 4 .C(OH).C 6 H 2 Me. 


11 




183 


Homer and Link 


B., 16, 704 


44, 1138 




NH, 














Acetamidofluorene 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H,(NHAc).CH 2 







187-188 


Strasburger 


B., 17, 108 


46, 754 




i " i 
















=1.2; 1.4.2 














Acetyldiphenylacetoxime ... 


PhjC : N.OAc 


C 15 H 13 2 N 


.... 


55 


Spiegler 


M. C., 5, 203 


46, 1156 


Dibenzoylhydrocyanide 


HN : CBz,, 





.... 


195 


Zinin 


Z. C. [2], 4, 710 


vi., 329 


Acetamidobenzophenone ... 


Ph.CO.C 6 H 4 .NHAc 





A., 210, 270 


153 


Dobner and Weiss 


B., 14, 1838 


42, 176, 508 


Deoxybenzoiincarboxylamide 


NH2.CO.CjH4.CO.CH.jPh 







165-166 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 2434 


48, 1229 




=1.2 














Nitrocinnamaldehydephenyl- 


NO,j.(CH : CH.CH : N 2 HPh) 


C 15 H 13 2 N 3 


.... 


157-5 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2338 


48, 1222 


hydrazine 


=1.2 














>< 11 


=].3 







160 


Kinkelin 


B., 18/484 


48, 791 


11 


=1.4 





.... 


180-181 


Diehl and Einhorn 


B., 18, 2337 


48, 1222 


Formylbenzylamidobenzoic 


C0 2 H.N(COH)(CH 2 Ph)=1.2 


C 15 H 13 3 N 




196 u.c. 


C'laus & Glyckherr 


B., 16, 1285 


44, 1009 


acid 
















Acetylnitrobenzylidene- 


NPhAc.N : CH-C^.NOj 


C 15 H 13 3 N 3 




170 


Schroeder 


B., 17, 2098 


46, 1323 


phenylhydrazine 


=1.3 














Benzanishydroxamic acid .... 


NBz(CO.C 6 H 4 .OMe).OH 


C 16 H 13 4 N 




131-132 


Lessen 


A., 175, 288 


28, 635, 636 




=1.4 














Anisbenzhydroxamic acid .... 


N(CO.C 6 H 4 .OMe)Bz.OH 





.... 


147-148 





A., 175, 294 







=1.4 














Methylic salicylatephenyl- 


NHPh.C0 2 .C 6 H 4 .C0 2 Me 





.... 


238 


Snape 




47, 775 


carbamate 


=1.2 














Nitrophenoxyethylene 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 .O.Bz=1.2 


C 16 H 13 6 N 




76-77 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 252 




benzoate 
















Pyropapaveric acid 


.... 







230 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 6, 372 


48, 1081 


Dinitro-a-dimethamido- 


fr. Ph.CO.C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 


C 15 H 13 5 N 3 




142 


Fischer 


A., 206, 90 


40, 587 


benzophenone 
















Salicylethylenenitrophenol 


HO.C 6 H 4 .C0 2 .C 2 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 . 


C 13 H 13 6 N 




106 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 28, 215 


46, 436 


ether 


N0 2 =(1.2) 2 














11 


=1.2 ; 1.4 


n 




131 





J. p. [2], 28, 221 




Ethylenenitrophenoloxy-- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 . 







130 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 241 


40, 1139 


benzoic acid 


CO 2 H=1.4; 1.2 














,i 










132 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 28, 220 


46, 435 


n 


=(1.2), 







143 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 241 


40, 1139 


., 


11 







142-148 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 28, 214 


46, 435 


> i> 


=1.2; 1.4 





.... 


205-207 





I. p. [2], 28, 222 


1) 


ii ,1 


! =(1-4)2 






218 


n 


J. [2], 28, 225 


|J 


Acetobenzylidinephenyl- ) 
hydrazine ) 


PLCHIN.NPhAc 


C 15 H 14 ON 2 


i fr. alcohol 
! fr. hot wtr. 


115-117 i 
119-120 | 


Schroeder 


B., 17, 2097 


46, 1323 


CNC1 on benzylalcohol 


.... 


D 


.... 


143 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 1, 33 


vii., 178; 24, 
















927 


Anhydride of acid C 15 H 1(! O 2 N 2 


See orig. paper 






164 


Plochl 


B., 14, 1141 


40, 820 


Ethylenediphenylcarbamide 


CH 2 .NPh.CO.NPh.CH 2 


B 




209 


Michler and Keller 


B., 14, 2183 


42, 182 




i i 














Methoxyphenylphenamido- 


C 6 H 4 .OMe.[CH(NHPh).CN] 


B 




61 


Voswinckel 


B., 15, 2026 


44, 190 


acetonitril 


=1.2 














Anhydrobenzoylamidoethyl- 


See orig. paper 


H 




149-151 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 250 


40, 1138 


ene-o-amidophenyl ether 
















Acetylphenylcarbamide 


NHPh.CO.NPhAc 


C 16 H 14 O 2 N 2 




115 


McCreath 


B., 8, 1182 


29, 401 


Methylphenylhydrazine 


N 2 MePh : CPh.COoH 






116 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 535 


phenylglyoxylic acid 
















Beuzoylphenylethenylamid- 


CH 2 Ph.C(NH 2 ) : NOBz 


n 




144 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1069 


48, 897 


oxime 

















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



551 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


"Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Diphenylliydrazinepyrorace- 


NPh 2 .N : CMe.CO 2 H 


C 15 H 14 2 N 2 


.... 


145 


Fischer and Hess 


B., 17, 567 


48, 1181 


mio acid 
















Methylene dibenzamide 


CH 2 (NH.CO.Ph) 2 


)) 


.... 


212 


Hepp and Spiesa 


B., 9, 1427 


31, 314 




CH,(CO.NHPh) 2 






220 


Seifert 


B., 18, 1361 


48, 984 










222-223 


Riigheimer 


B., 17, 235 


46, 729 










298 


Freund 


B., 17, 134 


46, 728 


Nitrosobenzylamidoaceto- 


Ph.CH,,N(NO).C 6 H 4 .Ac 


)) 




54-55 


Baeyer 


B., 17, 972 


46, 1021 


phenone 


=1.2 














Phenylazoacetocresol 


Ph.N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.OAc=?.1.4 


J) 


.... 


67-68 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 353 


46, 901 





=?.1.2 


)) 


.... 


81-82 





B., 17, 364 


46, 902 


Nitrophenylhydroquinoline.... 


C 9 H 10 N.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 =1.2.3;1.3 


) 




100-101 


Miller & Kinkelin 


B., 18, 1906 


48, 1145 


Benzoylphenylhydroxy- 


HO.CHPh.C(NH 2 ) I NOBz 


C )B H 14 3 N 2 




148-149 


Gross 


B., 18, 1078 


48,898 


ethenylamidoxime 
















2 


See B., 17, 129 






137 


Tiemann 


B., 17, 127 


46, 734 


Methylic diphenylallophanate 




i) 
) 




231 


Hofmann 


B., 4, 248 


24, 394; vii., 
















408 


? 


N 2 HPh:CH.C 6 H 4 .O.CH 2 . 


)) 


.... 


105 ; sf. 60 


fiossing 


B., 17, 2995 


48, 388 




CO 2 H=1.2 














Toluylnitrotoluide 


C,,H 3 Me.NO,,.NH(CO. 





.... 


165-166 


Hiibner 


A., 210, 331 


42,504 




C 6 H 4 Me)=1.3.4 ; 1.4 














j3-benzoylnitroxylidine 


Me 2 .N0 2 .NHBz=? 


) 


A., 208, 323 


178 


)! 


B., 10, 1711 


34, 143 


a- 


=? 


)j 


A., 208, 320 


184-5 


D 


! 


! 


Carbonyldibenzenylamid- 


CX)(O.N :.CPh.NH 2 ) 2 


C 15 H 14 3 N 4 


.... 


128-129 


Falck 


B., 18, 2471 


48, 1217 


oxime 
















Benzamidoethylenenitro- 


NHBz.C 2 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 


C^AN, 


.... 


94-95 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 249 


40, 1138 


phenyl ether 


=1.2 














Nitrophenyl-/3-lactanilide .... 


C 6 H 4 .N0 2 .[CH(OH).CH.,. 


1 




176-178 


Easier 


B., 17, 1502 


46, 1173 




CO.NHPh]=1.4 














Dinitroditolylmethane 


fr. CH 2 (C 6 H 4 Me) 2 





.... 


164 u.c. 


Weiler 


B., 7, 1183 


28, 151 


Dinitrodibenzylmetliane 


CH 2 (CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 


) 




186 


Sesemann 


I. D. Zurich 


28, 74 


Dinitrophenylacetdiamido- 


C 6 H 3 (NO 2 ) 2 .NH.C 6 H,Me. 


C 16 H 14 6 N 4 


.... 


163-164 


Leymann 


B., 15, 1237 


42, 1057 


toluene 


NHAc=(?) 3 ; 2.1.4 or 4.1.2 














Piuitroditolylcarbamide 


CO(NH.C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 ) 2 


)1 


... 


233 d. 


Perkin 


.<* 


37, 699 




=(1.4.1), 














Tetrahydroquinoline picrate 


C^Hn+C^^NO^.OH 


C 15 H 14 7 N 4 


...* 


125 


Ostertneyer 


C. C., 1884, 970 


48, 672 


Ethyl diphenylacetoxime .... 


CPh 2 1 NOEt 


C 16 H 15 ON 


276-279 p.d. 


Liquid 


Spiegler 


M. C., 5, 203 


46, 1156 


Beuzoylethylaniline 


Ph.NEtBz 





260 (620) 


60 


Hesse 


B., 18, 687 


48, 784 


Diinethamidobenzophenone 


C 6 H 4 Bz.NMe 2 =? 


JJ 


330-335 


38 


Fischer 


B., 10, 958 


32, 606 


N 


ii 







38-39 


ij 


B., 12, 797 


36, 787 


11 


11 11 


JJ 


330-340 


38-39 





A., 206, 88 


40, 587 


l 


=1.4 


)1 


A., 217, 257 


90 


Doebner and Weiss 


B., 14, 1837 


42, 176 


11 


11 


) 


A., 210, 270 


90 


Doebner 


B., 13, 2225 


40, 165 


Benzylaniidoacetophenone .... 


Ph.CH 2 .NH.C 6 H 4 Ac= 1 . 2 







79-81 


Baeyer 


B., 17, 971 


46, 1021 


Acetamidodiphenylmethane 


Ph.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NHAc=1.3 


1) 




91 


Becker 


B., 15, 2092 




Acetophenonemethauilide .... 


Bz.CH 2 .NMePh 


H 


B., 16, 23 


119-120 


Staedel and Sieper- 


B., 14, 984 


38, 639 












mann 






11 


11 





.... 


120 d. 


ii 


B., 13, 843 




Benzamidoethylbenzene 


C 6 H 4 Et.NHBz=1.2 







147 


Paucksch 


B., 17, 2802 


48, 256 


11 


=1.4 


> 




151 


11 


)) 


11 


Tolylphenylacetamide 


C 6 H 4 Me.CHPh.CO.NH 2 =1.4 


> 




151 


Tanisch 


B., 10, 997 


32, 618 


Acetamidotolyphenyl 


Ph.C 6 H 3 Me.NHAc(2) 


51 


>. 


114-25 


Jackson 


A. J. S., 13, 449 


32, 762 


11 


)J 







114-2 


! 


B., 8, 970 


29, 269 


Xylic anilide 


Me 2 .(CO.NHPh)=1.3.4 


) 


.... 


138-5 


Ador and Meier 


B., 12, 1971 


38, 252 


Benzamidoxylene 


Me 2 .NHBz=1.3J 


)) 


A., 208, 322 


140 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1711 


34, 143 


11 " 


ii 





A., 208, 319 


192 


11 


B., 10, 1710 


11 


Acetmethamidoazobenzene .... 


Ph.N : .C 6 H 4 .NMeAc 


C 15 H 16 ON 3 


... 


139 


Berju 


B., 17, 1402 ; 


46, 1148; 48, 














C. C., 1884,871 


660 


Diphenylurethane 


NPhj.COjEt 


C 15 H 15 2 N 


B., 5, 284 


72 ; af. 66 


Merz and Weith 


B., 6, 1512 


27, 375 


11 


Ph.C 6 H 4 .NH.CO 2 Et 


) 


.... 


110 


Zimmermann 


B., 13, 1965 


40, 176 


Tolylphenamidoacetic acid .... 


Me.[CH(NHPh).C0 2 H]=1.3 


)J 




137-139 


Bornemann 


B., 17, 1471 


46, 1163 


Phenyltoluidoacetic acid 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.CHPh.C0 2 H 


I> 




142-144 d. 


Stock enius 


J., 1878, 781 






= 1.2 















552 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Pheuyltoluidoacetic acid .. 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.CHPh.CO ii H 


C 15 H 16 2 N 




167-170 


Stockeuius 


J., 1878, 780 






=1.4 














Ethoxybenzanilide 


C 6 H 4 .OEt.(CO.NHPb)=1.4 


J) 


.... 


170 


Leuckart and 


B., 18, 2340 


48, 1224 












Schmidt 






Methylcarbophenyllutidy- 


C 6 (NMe)HPh.OMe.COMe 


M 




160-161 


Hantzsch 


B., 17, 2915 


48, 398 


liumdehydride 
















Phenylethenylphenylurami- 


Ph.CH 2 .C(NH.CO.NHPh) : 


C 15 H 15 2 N 3 




123 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1074 


48, 898 


doxime 


NOH 














p-acetamidotolylazophenol .. 


NHAc.C 6 H 3 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 4 .OH 


)J 




252-253 


Wallach 


B., 15, 2827 


44, 584 


Amidophenoxyetbyleneben- 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 .OBz=1.2 


C 15 H 15 3 N 




98-100 


Weddige 


J. p. [2], 24, 253 




zoate 
















1 


CO.CH : CMe.NPh.CMe : C. 


n 




152 


Perkin 


B., 18, 683 


48, 761 




i i 
















C0 2 Me 














Phenylhydroxyethenylphen- 


HO.CHPh.C(NOH).NH.CO 


C 1S H 16 3 N 3 




155 


Gross 


B., 18, 2478 


48, 1218 


yluramidoxime 


NHPh 














E thylenearaidophenyloxy- 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .O.C 2 H 4 .O.C 6 H 4 . 


C 15 H 15 4 N 




110 


Wagner 


J. p. [2], 28, 218 


46, 436 


benzoic acid 


C0 2 H=(1.2) 2 

















=1.2 ; 1.4 


> 




185 





J. p. [2], 28, 223 


) 


p-Tolyldimethylpyrroline 


C0 2 H.C : CMe.N(C 6 H 4 Me). 







d. 250 


Knorr 


B., 18, 308 


48, 555 


dicarboxylic acid 


i 


















CMe I C.CO 2 H 














Dinitroditolylguanidiiie 


CN 3 H 3 (C 6 H 3 Me.N0 2 ) 2 


C B H 15 4 N 6 




197 d. 


Perkin 





37, 698 




=(1.4), 














Ethylic nitroeinnamylaceto- 


C 6 H 4 (N0 2 )(CH:CH.CO. 


C 15 H 15 6 N 




120-5 


Fischer and Kuzel 


B., 16, 35, 163 


44, 587 


acetate 


CHAc.C0 2 Et)=1.2 














Benzylphenylethenylaruid- 


CH 2 Ph.C(NH 2 ) : NO.CH 2 Ph 


C 16 H 16 ON 2 




55 


Knudsen 


B., 18, 1072 


48, 897 


oxime 
















Ethyldiphenylcarbamide .... 


NHPh.CO.NEtPh 





.... 


91 


Gebhardt 


B., 17, 2093 


46, 1321 


Dimethyldiphenylcarbamide 


CO(NMePh) 2 


>J 


350 


120-121 


Michler & Zimmer- 


B., 12, 1166 


36, 935 












mann 






Dibenzylcarbamide 


NH 2 .CO.N(CH 2 Ph) 2 


)J 


B., 9, 81 


1S4-125 


Paterno and Spica 


G. I., 5, 388 


29, 602 





CO(NH.CH,,Ph) 2 


)) 


B., 4, 412 


166-167 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 1, 41 


24, 928 





11 


^i 


.... 


167 


Letts 


B., 5, 93 


25, 449; vii., 
















181 


)j .... 


)J 


-?5 


.... 


167 


Paterno and Spica 


G. I., 5, 388 


29, 602 


p-tolylglycollanilide 


C 6 H 4 Me.NH.CH 2 .CO.NHPh 


J> 




82-83 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1161 


89,402 


Tolylanilidoacetamide 


Me.[CH(NHPh).CONH 2 ] 







127-128 


Borueniann 


B., 17, 1471 


46, 1163 




=1.3 














Benzenyldimethylphenylen- 


C 6 H 4 .N : CPb.NMe 2 .OH 


) 




152 


Hubner 


A., 210, 357 


42,505 


amidine 


















Phenylglycocintoluide 


NHPh.CH 2 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 Me 


J) 


.... 


171-172 


Meyer 


B., 8, 1158 


29, 372 




=1.4 














Hydroxybenzylideneamido- 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH : N.C 6 H 4 .NMe 2 


;) 




134 


Nuth 


B., 18, 573 


48, 784 


dimethanilide 


=1.2; 1.4 














Ditolylcarbamide 


CO(NH.C 6 H 4 Me) 2 =(1.3) 2 


J> 


B., 13, 1090 


217 


Cosack 


B., 12, 1450 


38, 245, 713 





=(1.2) 2 





B., 6, 444 


243 


Nevile and Wintber 


B., 12, 2325 










)) 


.... 


250 


^acbmann 


B., 12, 1350 


36, 935 


.... .... 


!! 







252 u.c. 


ierger 


B., 12, 1859 


38, 245 


)' ' .... 


=(1-4), 


) 




255 


Weith 


B., 9, 821 


30, 639 


) 


)i 


J) 


.... 


256 


tfichler 


B., 9, 714 




>? .... 


!) 





.... 


S56 


Sarauw 


B., 14, 2446 


42,507 


11 


" )> 





.... 


257 


Will & Bielschowski 


B., 15, 1310 




.... 


I) 


) 


.. 


263 


Sell 


A., 126, 161 (?) 




) .... .... 


= ? 






250-260 


jandgrebe 


B., 10, 1591 


34, 217 


Phenylazopseudocumol 


Ph.N,,C 8 HMe 3 .OH=?.5.4.2.1 


J) 


.... 


93 


Bolting and Bau- 


B., 18, 1149 














mann 









i) 


9} 


.... 


93-94 


jiebermann and 


B., 17, 886 


46, 1147 












Kostanecki 






/3-diamidobenzhydrol acetate 


CH(OAc):C 12 H 8 (NH 2 ) 2 


C 15 H 16 2 N 2 




220 


Staedel 


A., 218, 339 


44, 991 


Ethoxybenzeueazocresol 


EtO.C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.OH 


j) 




03-104 


jiebermann and 


B., 17, 883 


46, 1147 




=1.4 ; 11.4 








Kostanecki 







COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



553 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


I 
Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Cumylazoresorcinol 


C 6 H 2 Me 3 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 


C 15 H,AN 2 


.... 


199 


Liebermann and 


B., 17, 882 


46, 1147 




1.34.6 J.1.3 








Kostanecki 






.... .... 







.... 


200 +d. 




B., 17, 132 


46, 736 










120 d. 


Plochl 


B., 14, 1141 




Nitro-compimnd 


fr. Ph.N 2 .NEt.C 6 H 4 Me .... 







55 


Nolting and Binder 


B. S., 42, 340 


48, 386 





j, 





.... 


104-105 











Dianisyl carbamide 


CO(NH.C 6 H 4 .OMe) 2 =(1.2) s 


C^H.AN., 




174 


Miilhauser 


B., 13, 922 ; A., 


38, 642 ; 42, 














207, 245 


302 





=? 







232-234 d. 


Lessen 


A., 175, 295 




,, ,, 


=1 







234 


Pieschel 


A., 175, 312 




Parvoline picrate 


C 9 H 13 N+C 6 H 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .OH 


C 16 H,AN 4 




149 


Waage 


M. C., 4, 708 


46, 172 


9-naphthimidoisobutyl ether 


C 10 H-.C(OBu0) : NH 


C U H I7 ON 




38 


Pinner and Klein 


B., 11, 1486 


36, 48 


Ammonium nitrophenyl-jS- 


C 6 H 4 .NO 2 .[CH(NHPh).CH 2 . 


C U H 17 4 N, 


.... 


150-156 


Easier 


B., 17, 1502 


46, 1173 


anilidopropionate 


CO 2 .NH 4 ]=1.4 














Paraxanthine 


.... 


C 15 H,AN 9 




a. 250 


Solomon 


B., 16, 197 


44, 601 


Diamidotolyl carbamide 


CO(NH.C 6 H 3 Me.NH 2 ) 2 


C 15 H 18 ON 4 


.... 


d.w.m. 


Perkin 


.... 


37, 700 


Benzylammonium benzylcar- 


CHjPh.NH.COj.CNHj.CH, 


C 15 H 18 2 N 2 


.t 


99 


Tiemann and Frid- 


B., 14, 1970 


42, 56 


bamate 


Ph) 








lander 






Oinnamodiacetonamine 


CHPh : CH.CH.CH 2 .CO. 

i 


C IS H 19 ON 


+|H 2 


49 


Antriek 


A., 227, 365 


48, 503 




CH 2 .CMe 2 .NH 














Benzoyltrope'ine 


.... 


C 16 H 19 2 N 


+JH 20 


37 


Ladenburg 


B., 13, 1083 


38, 715 


(A., 217, 96) 







+2H 2 O 


58 











o-Hydroxylbenzoyltrope'ine 




C 16 H 19 3 N 


.... 


57-60 





B., 13, 106 


38, 410 


(A, 217, 89) 


.... 





.... 


58 





B., 13, 1083 




m- (A, 217, 91) 


.... 


D 


.... 


226 





B., 13, 1081 


38, 714 


p- (A., 217, 93) 


.... 





.... 


227 





B., 13, 1082 





p-Hydroxybenzaldiacetoiia- 


HO.C 6 H 4 .CH.CH 2 .CO.CH 2 . 


C 16 H,AN 


.... 


193d. 


Antriek 


A., 227, 365 


48, 503 




L 














mine oxalate 


















CMe 3 .NH+C 2 H 2 O 4 
















i 














Gluco-coumaraldoxime 


C 6 H 4 (O.C 6 H U 6 )(CH:CH. 


C lb H 19 ? N 


.... 


230 


Tiemann and Kees 


B., 18, 1961 


48, 1073 




CH:NOH)=1.2 


















C,-H O N (?' 




204'5-205 


Roster 


A. 165 107 




Cinnamylurethane 


Ph.CH : CH.CH(NH.CO 2 Et) 2 


C 15 H 2 AN., 


.... 


135-143 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1079 


28, 146 


Dinitrolaserpetin 


C 15 H 20 (N0 2 )A 


C 16 Hj OgN 2 


+H 2 


115 


Kulz 


A. P. [3], 21, 161 


46, 183 


Eserin (Physostigmiu) 


.... 


C 15 H 21 2 N 3 


.... 


45 


Jobst and Hesse 


A., 129, 115 




>. >. 


.... 





d. 150 


69 


Vee 


J. [1865], 457 




Benzoylhomoconiinic acid .... 


Ph.CO.C 8 H,AN 


C 15 H 21 3 N 




142-143 


Schotten and Baum 


B., 17, 2550 


48, 176 


Perezonoxime 


see B., 18, 946 





.... 


153-154 


Mylius 


B., 18, 938 


48, 777 


Ethylic pseudocumyliziuacet- 


C 6 H 2 Me 3 .N.NH.CMe.CH... 


C.sHjAN 


.... 


77-78 


Haller 


B., 18, 707 


48, 818 


acetate 


J 
















CO 2 Et=1.2.4.5 














Beuzylidene dipropylurethane 


Ph.CH(NH.C0 2 Pra) 2 


C 16 H 22 4 N 2 




143 


Bischoff 


B., 7, 1082 


28, 146 


Ethylic toluylene diglyeocine 


C 6 H 3 Me(NH.CH 2 .C0 2 Et) 2 





.... 


70 


Zimmermann and 


B., 16, 516 


44, 798 












Knyrin 






Methylcopellidine picrate .... 


C 8 H 16 MeN+C 6 N 2 (N0 2 ) 3 .OH 


C 15 H 22 7 N 4 


.... 


112 


Diirkopf 


B., 18, 926 




n-Octylformanilide .... 


C S H 17 .C 6 H 4 .NH(CHO)=1.4 


C^HjAN 


.... 


56 


Beran 


B., 18, 135 


48, 523 


Alantamide . .... 


C 14 H 20 (OH).CO.NH 2 


HO "NT 




210 ( 1 


TT n 


RQ 1 f\A 








23 S 






jvaiien 


j ity 1OO 


***j yio 


Hydrosantonamide .... 


.... 


C I5 H 23 3 N 


J. [1876],620 


190 d. 


Cannizzaro 


G. I., 6, 341 


31, 471 


1 




C 16 H 23 4 N 


.... 


86 


Kuckert 


B., 18, 620 


48, 750 


Oxametharie cyanurate 


C 3 O 3 N 3 H 3 (NH 2 .CO.CO 2 Et) 3 


C 16 Hj 4 O 12 N 8 


.... 


155-160 


Grimaux 


B. S. [2], 21, 154 


28, 564 


Oxypentinamide 


C 15 H,A(NH 3 ) 5 


C 16 H 2 AN S 




203-204 


Demaryay 


A. C. [5], 20, 487 




Diisoamylcarbopyrrolamide 


C 4 H 3 (C 5 H n )N.CO.NH 


CnHjjONj 




77 


Bell 


B., 10, 1866 


36, 525 




(C 5 H n ) 
















C 14 H 29 .CO.NH 2 


CTT <~W 






*D 


P T? on QOQ 


l IS ATA 






lo '31 


MM 




IjOUlS 


\j, 11., oy, .)_.) 


in., 414 


Tetranitropyrene 




C 16 H 6 8 N 4 




a. 300 


Graebe 


A., 158, 293 


24, 691 ; vii., 
















1028 


Dinitrodiphenyldiacetylene .... 


(.C = C.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 =(1.2) 2 


C 16 H 8 4 N 8 




212 d. 


Baeyer 


B., 15, 52 


42, 619 


Dinitropyrene 


.... 





A., 158, 292 


a. 240 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 2, 581 


42, 206 


Dinitro-a-naphthylene- 


fr. C 10 H .O.C 6 H 4 


C 16 H 8 5 N 2 


> 


235 


Arx 


B., 13, 1727; 


40, 282 


phenylene oxide 












A., 209, 145 


A 



551 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts'Dict. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Dinitrostilbenediearbonic 


.... 


C 16 H 8 7 N 2 




sf. 73 


Reimer 


B., 14, 1801 




anhydride 
















? 


.... 


(C 16 H 9 ON 2 ) n 


.... 


217 


Zincke 


B., 15, 286 




Nitrodiphenyldiacetylene ... 


Ph ^C - C^ C H NO 12 


C 16 H 9 2 N 




154-155 


Baeyer and Lands- 


B., 15, 58 


42, 622 












berg 






Cyanbenzylidenephthalide ... 


O.CO.C 6 H 4 .C : CPh.CN=1.2 







164-165-5 


Gabriel 


B., 18, 1264 


48, 902 




1 I 














Nitropyrene 


.... 







140-142 


Grain 


A., 158, 292 


24, 690; vii., 
















1027 


)J "" "*"* *" 


.... 





... 


148-149 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 2, 580 


42, 206 










149-150-5 


Fittig and Gebhard 


B., 10, 2143 


34, 432 


Phenylnaphthylcarbazole- 


C 6 H 4 .NH.C 10 H 4 :0 2 


1) 


I 


307 


Grsebe and Knecht 


A., 202, 13 


38, 664 


















quinone 
















a-tetranitronaphthylphenyl- 


C 10 H 3 (N0 2 ) 4 .NHPh 


C 16 H 9 8 N 5 




162-5 


Merz and Weith 


B., 15, 2717 


44, 344 


amine 
















/-*" 11 





1J 


.... 


253 





B., 15, 2720 


11 


Nitrosophenylnaphthylcarb- 


C 6 H 4 .C 10 H 6 .N.NO 

| I 


C 16 H 10 ON 2 




240 


Graebe and Knecht 


A., 202, 8 




azole 




C 16 H 10 O r N, 




275 


Zincke 


B., 15, 285 




Nitroso-|3-naphthoqumone- 


I 


C 16 H 10 3 N 2 


I 


245 


B 


B., 15, 284 


42, 735 


anilide 
















Nitro-a-naphthoquinoneani- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.C 10 H 6 : 2 


C 16 H I0 4 N 2 


.... 


a. 270 


Baltzer 


B., 14, 1905 


42, 205 


lide 


=1.3 














-a- 


=1.4 





.... 


nf. 270 





B., 14, 1904 





-0- 11 


C 10 H 4 (OH)(N0 2 ).O.NPh 

| t 







246-248 


Brauns 


B., 17, 1134 


46, 1038 


-0- 




u 




253 


Korn 


B., 17, 908 


46, 1186 


Azophenylglyoxylic acid 


N 2 (C 6 H 4 .COX:0 2 H). ! =(1.3) 2 


C 16 H 10 6 N 2 


.... 


abt. 151 


Thompson 


B., 16, 1309 


44, 998 


11 








+2H 2 O 


134-5-135 











Dinitroethoxyanthraquinone 


fr. C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 .OEt 


C 16 H 10 7 N 2 




158 


Simon 


B., 15, 694 


42, 863 




=2.1 ; 1.2.4 














Azophthalic acid 


N 2 [C 6 H 3 .(C0 2 H) 2 ] 2 =(?.2.1) 2 


C 16 H 10 8 N 2 


brown 220 


230-250 d. 


Glaus and May 


B., 14, 1331 


42, 516 


Picrate of /3-benzoquinoline 


N.CO 2 H=a,ft ; 


C 16 H I0 9 N 4 




216 d. 


Riedel 


B., 16, 1614 


44, 1152 


carboxylic acid 
















Fr. Phenaiithraquiiione 


MM 


C 16 H H ON 


.. 


241 


Japp and Miller 


B., 16, 2418 


46, 329 


+HCN 
















Diphenylfumarimide 


CPh : CPh.CO.NH.CO 
i i 


C 16 H n O N 


.... 


213 


Reimer 


B., 13, 746 


40,48 


Fr. Benzylcyanide 


C 14 H 10 (CN).C0 2 H 


a 




222 





B., 14, 1801 


42, 170 


Oxyquinonimide 


see orig. paper 


n 




173-5-174 


Brener and Zinck6 


B., 11, 1997 


36, 328 


a-naphthaquinoneanilide 


.... 




... 


190-191 


Plimpton 




37, 635 


"- 


c 10 H 6 :(o 2 ):NPh 





MM 


190-191 


Zincke 


B., 12, 1645 


38, 49 


- ,, 


Ph.NH.C 10 H 5 :O s 





A., 211, 82 


191 


Liebermann 


B., 14, 1666 




a- 


C 10 H b (OH).O.NPh=a^ 1 o B ; 





B., 15, 279 


240-S50 


Zincke 


B., 14, 1494 


40, 915 


8- 


i 





B., 15, 690 


nf. 240 


Liebermann and 


A., 211, 75 


42, 522 












Jacobsen 






P~ 11 





11 


sb.p.d. 


a. 240 


Liebermann 


B., 14, 1314, 1665 




Bezoxyquinoline 


N.OBz=a,; fll 


D 




118-120 


Bedall and Fischer 


B., 14, 1367 







=a,; j3. 


,, 


.... 


86-88 


Skraup 


M. C., 3, 567 


44, 94 





ii 




.... 


88-89 s.d 





11 





,, 


11 = a il ft 






230-231 


,, 


M. C., 3, 556 


J) 


Benzoylhydroxyquinoline .... 


N.OH.Bz=a,/3 1 ft; 






a. 270 


Friedlander and 


B., 16, 1839 


44, 1149 












Gohiing 






Deoxyimidoisatin 


.... 


C 16 H n 2 N 3 


A., 194, 86 


209-210 d. 


Sommaruga 


A., 190, 379 


34, 507 


Benzoylimidocoumarin 


C 6 H 4 .CH.NBz.CH.CO.O= 1.2 
i- i 


C.eH.AN 




170-171 


Plochl & Wolfrum 


B., 18, 1185 


48, 898 


Hydroxy-a-naphthaquinone- 


C 10 H 4 (OH)(NHPh):0 2 






210 


Plagemann 


B., 16, 896 




anilide 
















Anilidojuglone 


=3, ; fta,a 2 






230 


Mylius 


B., 18, 473 


48, 8P4 


Acetaniidoanthraquinone ... 


C 6 H 4 :(CO) 2 :C 6 H 3 .NHAc 


B 


.... 


202 


Roeuier 


B., 15, 1791 


44, 72 




=2.1 ; 1.2.3 














" 


,, =2.1; 1.2.4 





.... 


257 


Perger 


B., 12, 1569 


38, 49 



COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



555 



Name. 



Acetamidoaiithraquinone .... 



Amidoisatin 
Nitrobeuzeneazo-a-naphthol 



Acetamido-m-hydroxyan- 

thraqumone 

-o- 

I)initrophenyl-a-naphthyla- 
mine 

-3- u 
Nitroethoxyanthraquinone .... 

Trinitrobenzene naphthalene 

i> 

Naphthalene trinitrophenol 



(picrate) 



Dipyridyl picrate 

Trinitroquinol+naphthalene 
/3-naphthol picrate 

- )) 

HNO 3 on strychnine.... 
Isoindileucine 

Nitrosophenyl-j3-naphthyl- 

amine 

$-naphthaquinonephenylhy- 
drazine 

0- 
a-naphtholazobenzene 



0- 

p~ 1 

Fr. Benzil hydrocyanide 
Phenylfurfuraldehydine 

Nitrophenyl-i3-naphthyl- 

amine 
Hydroxynaphthaquinonehy- 

drazine 

Naphthaquinoneamidoanilide 
Naphthaleneazoresorcinol .... 
Isatindiamide 



NH.C 10 H 6 .NH.N.C 6 H 4 .NO 2 

A =A ; 1.3 



Nitrobenzeneazoamido-a- 

naphthalene 



Constitution. 



C 6 H 4 1 (CO).: C 6 H 3 .NHAc 

=2.1 ; 1.2.4 

NO,.C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 10 H 6 .OH 

=1.4; <m 
=1.3; a/3 
=1.4; a/3 

see orig. paper 



fr. C 10 H 7 .NHPh 



C 6 H 4 : (CO), : C 6 H 2 .OEt.NO, 
=2.1; 1.2.5.6 
C 6 H 3 (N0 2 ) 3 +C 10 H 8 

C 10 H 8 +C,H 2 .OH.(NO..) S 

= 1.3.4.6 
=1.2.3.6 

= 
=1.2.4.6 



C 6 H(OH) 2 (N0 2 ) 3 +C 10 H 8 



Ph.CO.C : N.CPLCH : NH 
I 1 

C 10 H 7 .N(NO).C 6 H 5 



C, H 6 .O.NPh.NH=j3 1 a. ; 



Ph.N 2 .C,,,H 6 .OH=?a 



=? 



C 6 H 4 (N:C 6 H 4 0) 2 



C 10 H 5 (OH)O.N 2 HPh 
i 1 

NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .NH.C 10 H 6 2 =1.4 

C 10 H 7 .N 2 .C 6 H 3 (OH) 2 =?;?.1.3 
(.NH.C 6 H 4 .CO.CNH.) 2 

C 10 H 6 :(NH) 2 :N.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 
=a,/3, ; 1.3 
=a t B t ; 1.4 

N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 10 H 6 .NH S 

=1.4 ; e.,/3, ; 



Formula. 



C,H,,0 :< N 



C 16 H U 3 N 3 



C 16 H U 4 N 



C 16 H n 4 N 3 



C 16 H n 7 N 3 



C 16 H n 7 N 5 



C 16 H U 8 N 3 



C 16 H 12 ON 2 



C 16 H 12 2 N 2 



C 16 H 12 2 N 4 



Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 




263 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 229; A., 








Bollert 


212, 61 






250-252 


Sommaruga 


M. C., 1, 579 




.... 


a. Hg. therm. 


Meldola 




47, 662 


.... 


191-192 







47, 668 


.... 


249 







47, 662 


.... 


170 


Perger 


J. p. [2], 18, 143 


36, 254 




242 


j 


J. p. [2], 18, 145 





B., 13, 1853 


77 


Streiff 


A., 209, 155 


40, 176 


.... 


192-195 


> 


A., 209, 160 




.... 


243 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 1796 


44,73 






Hagen 






.... 


152 


Hepp 


A., 215, 377 


44, 318 




152-153 





B. S. [2], 30, 6 


38,51 


.... 


72-73 


Henriques 


A., 215, 321 


44,328 




100 


) 


u 


)> 


.... 


138 


Zehenter 


M. C., 6, 523 


48, 1235 


.... 


149 


j> 







J. [1857], 456 


149 


Fritzsche 


J. p. [1], 73, 212 


iv., 405 


.... 


149 


Schultz 


B., 9, 549 


30, 197 


J. [1879], 376 


149 


Goldsohmidt and 


W. A., 83, 7 


40, 824 






Schidt 






.... 


149-5 


Skraup and Vort- 


M. C., 3, 370 


44,88 






maun 






.... 


159 


Jacobsen 


B., 15, 1863 




B., 16, 796 


155 


Marchetti 


G. I., 12, 502 


44, 345 


)) 


189-190 





n 


)j 




a. 300 d. 


Schiff 


G. I., 8, 82 


34, 679 


.... 


191-192 


Engler and Hassen- 


B., 18, 2241 


48, 1223 






kamp 




.'**. 




93 


Streiff 


A., 209, 159 




.... 


138 


Zinckfi 


B., 16, 1564 


44, 1135 


.... 


138 


Zincke&Bmdewald 


B., 17, 3030 


48, 392 




166 


Typke 


B., 10, 1581 






175 


i 







.... 


193 


Liebermann 


B., 16, 2858 


46, 610 


.... 


206 d. 


Zincke& Bindewalc 


B., 17, 3027 






134 


Liebermann 


B., 16, 2860 


46, 610 




134 


Zincke& Bindewalc 


B., 17, 3032 






196 


Japp and Miller 


B., 16, 2417 


46, 329 




95-96 


Ladenburg and 


B., 11, 1655 


36, 235 






Engelbrecht 






.... 


85 


Streiff 


A., 209, 160 






230 d. 


Zincke and Thelen 


B., 17, 1810 


46, 1360 




175-177 


Baltzer 


B., 14, 1905 


42, 205 


.... 


200 


Wallach 


B., 15, 28 


42, 611 


.... 


111 d. 


Sommaruga 


A., 190, 374 


34, 507 


A., 194, 86 


a. 300 d. 


ji 


M. G, 1, 578 




.... 


177 


Meldola 


.... 


45, 116 


.... 


180 





MM 


n 


.... 


180 


j> 


.... 


43, 430 










4 B 2 



.556 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc 


Nitrobenzeneazoamido-a- 


NO 2 .C 6 H 4 .N a .C 10 H 6 .NH 3 


C 16 H 12 2 N 4 


.... 


202-203 


Meldola 


.... 


45, 114 


naphthalene 


= 1.3 ; a,a 2 ; 














-a- 


=1.4 ; a.0, ; 





.... 


252 





.... 


43, 430 


J 


C 6 H 4 .CO.N 2 Ph I C.CH 2 .CO 2 . H 




.... 


160 d. 


Roser 


B., 18, 803 


48, 797 




i i 
















=1.2 














Dinitrobeuzene-naphthalene 


C 10 H 8 +C 6 H 4 (N0 2 ) 2 =1.3 


C 16 H 12 4 N 2 




52-53 


Hepp 


A., 215, 379 


44, 318 





=1.4 





.... 


110-115 





B. S. [2], 30, 6 


36, 51 





)! 


,, 


.... 


118-119 





A., 215, 379 


44, 318 


Trinitroaniline-naphthalene 


C 10 H 8 +C 6 H 2 .NH.(N0 2 ) 3 


C,,H 12 6 N 4 




168-169 


Liebermann and 


B., 8, 378 






=1.2.4.6 








Palm 






/3-napthylamine picrate 


C 10 H..NH 2 +C 6 H 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 


C 16 H 12 7 N 4 


.... 


195 


Liebermann 


A., 183, 264 


31, 607 


p~ 










195 


Scheiding 


B., 8, 1652 


29, 713 


Quinoline methopicrate 


C 9 H 7 N+C li H 2 .OMe.(N0 2 ) 3 





.... 


164 


Ostermeyer 


B., 18, 594, 599 ; 


48, 672 














C. C. [1884], 970 




,, )> 








.... 


164-165 


Coste 


B., 15, 193 




|3-methylquinoline picrate ... 


C 10 H 9 N+C 6 H 2 .OH.(N0 2 ) 3 





.... 


187 


Dobner and Miller 


B., 18, 1642 




m-toluquinoline picrate 








.... 


206-207 


Skraup 


M. C., 8, 381 


42, 1216 


Methylic fl-dinitrodiphenate 


fr. (.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 Me) 3 =(1.2). l 


C 16 H 12 9 N 2 




131-132 


Schultz 


A., 203, 111 


38, 814 


a- 


see orig. paper 





.... 


177-178 








n 


Dinitro-a-dibeuzyldicar- 


fr. (.CH 2 .C 6 H 4 .C0 2 H) 2 







226 


Eeimer 


B., 14, 1804 


42, 200 


boxylic acid 
















-ft- >i ii 




)( 


.... 


242 


M 


B 




Nitropapaveric acid 


... 


C 16 H 12 9 N 2 


.... 


215 


Goldschmidt 


M. C., 6, 372 


48, 1031 






C 16 H 13 ON 


B., 16, 69 


238 


Fischer & Rudolph 


B., 15, 1502 


42 1067 


Acetylanthrainine 


C 6 H 4 :(CH) 2 :C 8 H 3 .NHAc 






240 


Liebermann 


A., 212, 61 


42,860 













240 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 228 














Bollert 






Azophenol-a-naphthylamine 


HO.C 6 H 4 .N,,C 10 H 6 .NH 2 


C 18 H 13 ON b 


+3 H,0 


170 


Weselsky and 


B., 12, 229 






=1.4 








Benedikt 






a-naphtholazoamidobenzene 


NH 2 .C 6 H 4 .N 2 .C 10 H 6 .OH 





.... 


Solid 


Meldola 


.... 


47, 662 




= 1.4; aa 














0- 


=1.4 ; 49 


u 




Powder 







47, 663 


Benzylindolecarboxylic acid 




C I6 H 13 2 N 


.... 


195 


Antrick 


A., 227, 360 


48, 543 


9 


C 6 H 4 .C 6 H 4 .C(CO 2 H) : C. 






183 


Tann anrl IVTillAr 


Blfi 941 S 


Aft OOQ 














., 1 u , ^'ij.o 


*O> >-,.! 




1 1 
















CH 2 .NH 2 














Ethylnitrosoanthrone 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C 6 H 4 .CEt.NO 


n 


* 


135 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 475 


40, 607 




i i 
























Landshoff 






Nitrodiphenylpyrazene 


NO,,C 6 H 4 .C 3 N 2 HMePh=1.4 


C 16 H 13 2 N 3 


.... 


Liquid 


Knorr and Jodicke 


B., 18, 2259 


48, 1247 





=1.2 





285 (70) 


95 ; 105 





B., 18, 2261 


48, 1248 


a-benzamidocinnamic acid .... 


Ph.CH I C(NHBz).CO 2 H 


C 16 H 13 3 N 


.... 


131 


Plochl 


B., 17, 1618 


46, 1348 


Benzimidoeinnamic acid 


Ph.CH.NBz.CH.CXXH 

1 { 





.... 


225 





B., 16, 2816 


46, 605 


Ethylnitroanthrone 


C 6 H 4 .CO.C,H 4 .CEt:NO s 


5) 


.... 


102 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 474 


40, 607 












Landshoff 






Aniidoethoxyanthraquinone 


C 6 H 4 : (CO) 2 : C 6 H 2 .OEt.NK 





.... 


182 


Liebermann and 


B., 15, 1796 


44, 73 




=2.1 ; 1.2.5.6 








Hagen, 






Oxyamidohydroisatin 


C(OH) : N.c 6 H 4 .C(NH 2 ) : c 


C 16 H 13 3 N 3 


.... 


d.w.m. 187- 


Sommaruga 


A., 194, 100 






(OH).C 6 .H 4 N:C.OH 






190 








Dihydroisatinamide 


M. C., 1, 562 


5) 




213 


5) 


A., 194, 88 


36, 63 


Ethylanthracenehydride 


C 6 H 4 .C(O.NO) 2 .C 6 H 4 .CEt. 


C 16 H 13 6 N 3 


.... 


130 d. 


Liebermann and 


B., 14, 473; A., 


40, 607 ; 42, 


nitrite 


O.NO 








Landshoff 


212, 1 


862 


Papaveric acid 


.... 


C 16 H 13 7 N 




233 


Goldschmidt 


M. G, 6, 372 


48, 1080 


Trinitrobenzamidophenylu r- 


N0 2 .C 6 H 4 .CO.NH.C 6 H 2 


C 16 H 13 9 N 6 


.... 


210 


Hager 


B., 17, 2628 


48, 150 


ethane 


(N0 2 ) 2 .NH.C0 2 Et 
















=!? 1 l-(?) 2 .4 














Hydroisoindileucine .... 


Ph.CH(OH).C:N.CPh. 


C 16 H 14 ON 2 


.... 


160 


Engler and Hassen- 


B., 18, 2243 


46, 48 




CH : NH L ~ 








kamp 






Methylisatintolylimide 


C 8 H 4 MeNO : N.C G H 4 Me 





.... 


191 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2268 


n 




=1.4; 1.2 















COMPOUNDS CONTAINING FOUR ELEMENTS. 



557 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Ch. Soc. 


Methylisatintolylimide 


C 8 H 4 MeNO : N.C 6 H 4 Me 


C 16 H 14 ON 2 


.... 


259 


Meyer 


B., 16, 2264 


46,48 




=1.4; 1.4 














Lactimide of benzdiamido- 


Ph.CH.CH(NHBz).CO.NH 


C 16 H 14 N 2 


.... 


187 


Plochl 


B., 17, 1617 


46, 1348 


hydrocinnamic acid 


I | 
















Phenylaspartic phenylimide 


NHPh.C 2 H 3 : (CO), : NPh(?) 





.... 


263 


Piutti 


G. I., 14, 473 


48, 796 


Ethoxybenzenylazoximeben- 


N : CPh.O.N : C.C 6 H 4 .OEt 





.... 


71 


Schoff 


B., 18, 2476 


48, 1217 


zenyl 


i i 














=1.3 


Oxindole 


see C S H 7 ON 





.... 


120 


Bedson 


.... 


37, 93 


Ethylic phenylenamidine- 


NH.C 6 H 4 .N : C.C 6 H 4 .CO 2 Et 


)> 


.... 


242-243 


Bruckner 


A., 205, 121 


40, 93 


toluate 


i i i - i i 














=1.2 ; 1.4 








i 


A., 210, 340 


242-243 


Stoddard 


B., 11, 296 


34, 504 


NHj on isatin 


.... 


C 16 H 14 3 N 6 


.... 


295-300 


Sommaruga 


A., 190, 367 


34, 507 


Benzoylform-'y-amide 


O,:(CPh.CO.NH 2 ) 2 


C 18 H 14 4 N 2 




130 


Claisen 


B., 10, 1665 


34, 151 


D 








.... 


134-135 





B., 12, 634, 635 


36, 649 


A cetbenzamidonitro toluene 


Me.NO 2 .NBzAc=1.2.4 





.... 


160 


Cunerth 


A., L72, 221 


28, 83 


Azophenylacetic acid 


N 2 (C 6 H 4 .CH 2 .CO 2 H) 2 =Mix. 





B., 2, 210 


138 


Radziszewski 


Z. C. [2], 5, 358 


vi., 1102 





=(1.4), 





.... 


d. w. m. 300 


Wittenberg 


B. S., 43, 111 


48, 661 


/3-Azotoluic acid 


N 2 (C 6 H.,Me.CO 2 H) 2 =: (?. 1 .4) 2 





.... 


182-184 


Fittica 


B., 7, 1358 


28, 265 


y- n >i ' 








.... 


w. m. 











? 


.... 





.... 


186 


Brauns 


B., 17, 1134 


46, 1038 


Azophenoxyacetic acid 


N 2 (C 6 H 4 .O.CH 2 .C0 2 H) 2 =? 


C 16 H 14 6 N 2 


.... 


151-152 


Thate 


J. p. [2], 25, 267 


42, 849 





=(1.2), 





.... 


162 





J. p. [2], 29, 145 


46, 1171 


Succindiuitranilide 


(CH 2 .CO.NH.C 6 H 4 .N0 2 ) 2 


C 16 H 14 6 N 4 




260 


Hiibner 


A., 209, 377 






=(1.4), 














Dinitrodiacetbenzidine 


(.C 6 H 3 .NHAc.NO 2 ) 2 =(1.4.2) 2 







a. 300 


Strakosch 


B., 5, 237 




Azoxyphenoxyacetic acid .... 


ON 2 (C a H 4 .O.CH 2 .C0 2 H) 2 


C 16 H l4 O r N 2 


.... 


186-187 


Thate 


J. p. [2], 29, 145 


46, 1170 




=(1.2) 2 














Trinitrobenzmesidine 


fr. C 6 H 2 Me 3 .NHBz 


C 16 H 14 7 N 4 


.... 


300 


Schack 


B., 10, 1711 







Me 3 .(NO 2 ) 2 .(NH.CO.C 6 H 4 . 





.... 


307 








34, 144 




NO 2 )=1.3.5.2.4.6 ; 1.3 














Dibenzylgly collie nitril 


(Ph.CH 2 )C(OH).CN 


C 16 H,,ON 


.... 


113 ; sf. 110 


Spiegel 


B., 13, 2221 


40, 174 


a-naphthylamine phenate ... 


C 10 H 7 .NH 2 +Ph.OH 





.... 


30-1 


Dyson 


.... 


43, 468 


Aniline-S-naphthate 


Ph.NH 2 +C 10 H 7 .OH 





.... 


82-4 










Benzoyltetrahydroquinoline 


.... 





B., 13, 2400 


75 


Hoffmann & Konigs 


B., 16, 734 


44, 1144 


Acetophenoneacetanilide .... 


Ph.CO.CH 2 .NAcPh 


C 16 H 16 2 N 


.... 


126-127 


Mohlau 


B., 15, 2470 


44, 333 


Phenyl-a-anilidocrotonic acid 


Ph.CH : CH.CH(NHP)i). 





.... 


154 


Peine 


B., 17, 2116 


46, 1345 


Nitroso-p-tolylamido-p- 


.... 


C 16 H 16 2 N 3 


t... 


a. 220 d. 


Duisberg 


B., 18, 193 


48, 544 


methyloxindole 
















Benzethylbenzhydroxyl- 


Ph.CO.O.CPh.NO.Et 


C 16 H 16 O a N 


B., 16, 874 


48-49 


Pieper 


A., 217, 8 


44, 461 


amine 
















a-Ethylic dibenzhydroxamate 


.... 


M 


.... 


58 


Eiseler 


A., 175, 326 


28, 766 


- 


.... 







58 


Giirke 


A., 205, 280 


40, 585 


P- 









63 





A., 205, 281 





Benzylic hippurate .... 


NHBz.CH 2 .CO 2 .CH 2 Ph 


M 


289-9 


85-5-86 


Zanna & Guareschi 


B., 14, 2242 




Diphenylsuccinamic acid 


NPh,,CO.C 2 H 4 .CO 2 H 





.... 


119 


Piutti 


G. I, 14, 351 


48, 783 


Acetylacetoxydiphenylamine 


C 6 H 4 .OAc.NPhAc=1.4 







120 


Philip and Calm 


B., 17, 2437 


48, 156 


Benzophenoneurethane 


C 6 H 4 Bz.(NH.C0 2 Et)=1.4 







189 


Dobner and Weiss 


B., 14, 1839 


42, 177 





)> J) 





.... 


189 


Dobner 


A, 210, 273 


42, 508 


Methylic m-diazoamidoben- 


C 6 H 4 (C0 2 Me).N 2 .C 6 H 3 (NH. ! ). 


C 16 H 16 4 N 3 




160 


Griess 


A., 117, 12 


iv., 294 


zoic acid 


CO 2 Me 














Dianishydroxamic acid 


N(CO.C 6 H 4 .OMe) 2 .OH=(1.4) 2 


C 16 H 1S 6 N 


.... 


142-143 


Lessen 


A., 175, 287 


28, 636 


Nitrobenzonitromesidide .... 


Me 3 .NO 2 .(NH.CO.C 6 H 4 .NO,) 


C 16 H J6 5 N 3 


.... 


207 


Hiibner 


B., 10, 1711 


34, 144 




= 1.3.5.2.4; 1.3 














a-trinitroazoxypheneto'il 


.... 


C 16 H 16 9 N 5 


.... 


168 


Andreae 


J. p. [2], 21, 334 


38, 467 


p~ ,, 




u 


.... 


187 








,, 


Phenyl-a-anilidocrotonamide 


Ph.CH : CH.CH(NHPh). 


C 16 H 16 ON, 




171 


Peine 


B., 17, 2116 


46, 1345 




CONH 2 














p-tolylamido-p-methyloxin- 


.... 







166-167 


Duisberg 


B., 18, 191 


48, 544 


dole 
















Diacetylhydrazobenzene 


Ph.NAc.NAc.Ph 


C 16 H le 2 N 2 


.... 


103 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 12, 485 


36, 630 


I! J! ;i 





.... 


105 





A., 207, 327 


40, 909 



558 



ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. 



Name. 


Constitution. 


Formula. 


Boiling 
Point. 


Melting 
Point. 


Authority. 


Reference. 


Watts' Diet. 
& J. Gh. Soc. 


Ethylpheuylhydrazine- 


N 3 EtPh:CPh.C0 2 H 


C 16 H 16 2 N 2 


.... 


109 d. 


Elbers 


A., 227, 340 


48, 534 


phenylglyoxylic acid 
















Ethidine dibenzamide (Hip- 


CH 3 .CH(NHBz) 2 


I> 




185 


Schwartz 


W. A., 77, 62 


36, 650 


paraffin) 



















J) 


)1 


.... 


188 


Nencki 


B., 7, 159 


27, 458 


)> 


M 


)) 


.... 


200 


Schwarz 


A., 75, 201 


iii., 155 


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5) 




204 


Hepp and Spiess 


B., 9, 1425 


31, 314 








> 


.... 


210 


Maier 


A., 127, 162 


iii., 155 


i 


> 


J) 


.... 


215 


Schwarz 


W. A., 77, 62 


36, 650 


Dibeiizyloxamide 


(.CO.NH.UH 2 Ph) 2 





.... 


216 


Strakosch 


B., 5, 694 


vii., 182; 25, 
















1026 


Succinanilide .... .... 


(.CH 2 .CO.NHPh) 2 




A., 68, 27 


226-5-227 


Menschutkin 


A., 162, 187 


25 4Q7 vii 






Jl 










*"', ^t7 1 j VIA., 
















1183 


Diacetdiamidodiphenyl 


(.C 6 H 4 .NHAc) 2 =1.2 ; 1.4 


J) 


.... 


202 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 11, 1754 


36, 252 


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) )> 





.... 


202 


n 


B., 12, 489 


36, 652 








)) 




202 


Schultz and others 


A., 207, 356 


40, 912 





5) 







a. 300 


Strakosch 


B., 5, 237 







=(1-4), 


)) 


.... 


317 


Schmidt & Schultz 


B., 12, 489 


36, 652 


> n 


)> > 





.... 


317 


Schultz and others 


A., 207, 332 




Ditolyloxamide 


(.CO.NH.C 6 H 4 Me) 2 =(1.4) 2 


)) 


.... 


263 


Hiibner 


A., 209, 371 


42, 181 


)j 


) 


) 


.... 


267-268 


Bladin 


B. S., 41, 125 


46, 1141 


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M 


300 (60) 


269 


Willin and Girard 


B., 8, 1196 




Tolylazo-acetocresol 


C 6 H 4 Me.N 2 .C 6 H 3 Me.OAc 





.... 


91 


Nolting and Kohn 


B., 17, 354 


46, 901 




=1.4; ?.1.4 














Piperonylidene amidodi- 


CH 2 : o 2 : c 6 H 3 .CH : N.c 6 H 4 . 







110 


Nuth 


B., 18, 575 


48, 784 


methaniline 


NMe 2 =4.3.1 ; 1.4 














Betistenequinoxime 


HO.N : c.c 14 H 14 .c : N.OH 

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