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Anisoin

Illegal Parkinson - 19-4-2021 at 23:54

I followed the procedure listed, using DMSO solvent, anisaldehyde, & NaCN, but on adding the water to the anisoin at 20 hrs of RT stirring, it did not crystallize but remained in solution as an oil.

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Illegal Parkinson - 20-4-2021 at 00:02

Maybe i could tap it off with the sep funnel & try to crash it out e.g. with MeOH.

Alternatively, i heard of a method called salting out that some people use.

[Edited on 20-4-2021 by Illegal Parkinson]

Illegal Parkinson - 21-4-2021 at 06:21

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=X_qG8wF4eMwC&pg=PA13...

According to this source, after 15 experiments, only in one case did it reach 35%.

zed - 21-4-2021 at 21:52

Your initial link. My Mac can't open it. Gotta PDF?


Boffis - 22-4-2021 at 00:13

I seem to recall that p-substituted methoxybenzaldehyde are usually troublesome. Have you checked out Vol 3 of the Organic Reactions series? Its available in the SM library, page 269 onwards.