Nitrocellulose industry Volume 1; a compendium of the history, chemistry, manufacture, commercial application and analysis of nitrates, acetates and ... a chapter on gun cotton, smokeless powder and

 
9781236312372: Nitrocellulose industry Volume 1; a compendium of the history, chemistry, manufacture, commercial application and analysis of nitrates, acetates and ... a chapter on gun cotton, smokeless powder and
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 Excerpt: ...115; E. Ziihl, E.P. 8072, 1001; 23445, 1902; F.P. 309962, 1901, and First Addition thereto dated Feb. 22, 1902; abst. J.C.S.I., 1902, 21, 65, 719. 7. Ziihl & Eisemann, D.R.P. 142832, 1901, the products specified being neutral dichlorphenol-, tctrachlorphenol-, dichlorcrcsol-, dichlomaphthol-, and tetraclilornaphthol-phosphates. 8. Ziihl & Eiscmann, D.R.P. 140164, 1901; Russ. P. 8891, 1904. 9. Ziihl dz Eiscmann, D.R.P. 144616, 1902. 10. Ziihl & Eisemllnn, D.R.P. 142971, 1902. ll. Ziihl & Eisemann, E.P. 4383, 1902. They have also patented §D.R.P. 139589, 1900; Russ. P. 8855, 1904) carbonic esters of phenols, cresols, an naphthols (diphcnyl carbonate, dicresyl carbonate, and dinaphthyl carbonate); methyland benzyl-oxanilatcs ().l_"t.P. 128119, 1901); mono-or poly-halogen substitution pror ucts of aromatic compounds (1lichlorbenzol,--Tnonochlornaphthaliii) in their D.R.P. 128956, 1902. 12. E. zuhi, E.P. s12, 1001; 43s3, 1002; abst. J.S.(!.I., 1001, 20, 74; 1002, 1) ' also are the oxalic and oxamic esters Diacetylacetic-benzylidene etherz is not to be found in Beilstein or Richter's "Lexicon"; naphthalins with its moth-ball odor, is difficultly soluble in alcohol; benzylidine diacetate,4 m-and p-monochlorbenzylidene diacetate and benzylidene mono-and di-acetoacetate, all melt under 83, and have a peculiar odor; phenyl formate, propionate, tartrate, and citrate all possess the characteristic phenol odor5 and at present are but chemical curiosities; naphthyl acetate," amylidene dimethyl ether, amylidene diethyl ether,_7 and dihydroxydiphenylsulphone8 have characteristic and repulsive odors. Dextrine9 and glucose, levulose and lactose, are water-soluble,1 a11d hence of no value in celluloid intended for collars, cuf...

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