"The phenomenon of steric hindrance has been observed and investigated in a variety of reactions, most of which have been with aromatic compounds. In this branch of study the speeds of reaction of ethyl acetoacetate, α-mono-methyl-ethyl-acetoacetate, α-mono-ethyl-ethyl-acetoacetate, α-mono-propyl-ethyl-acetoacetate in the presence of 0.05 and 0.10 normal hydrochloric acids have been investigated at temperatures between 60⁰C. and 90⁰C. An attempt has been made to explain the results obtained"--Introduction, page 1.
Dunlap, Howard Leroy
M.S. in Chemistry
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iii, 71 pages
© 1933 Claude Stanley Abshier, All rights reserved.
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Abshier, Claude Stanley, "Steric hindrance in the ketonic splitting of substituted acetoacetic ester" (1933). Masters Theses. 4773.