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SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HYDROBENZOIC ACID FORMALDEHYDE POLYMERS

ByPiyush VyasKrunal Darji

Salicylic acid is a bifunctional monomer with one reaction site para to the OH group and other reaction site ortho to the OH group. If nay one of these positions in salicylic acid is occupied by a substituent, such an acid will cease to be a monomer for the phenol-formaldehyde type condensation. It is for this reason that 5-amino and 5-chloro salicylic acid are not able to participate in the reaction under consideration. However if substituent is para to the COOH group, the so-substituted salicylic acid can, in participate would function as a monomer. The condensations of 4-amino salicylic acid (PAS) with formaldehyde have been reported [21]. As compared to phenol, salicylic acid would be less reactive in the phenol-formaldehyde type reaction due to deactivating effect of COOH group and also due to statistical disadvantage three reaction sites being reduced to two.

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Publication Date
Jul 1, 2015
Language
English
ISBN
9781329292994
Category
Science & Medicine
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All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
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By (author): Piyush Vyas, By (author): Krunal Darji, By (author): Dinesh Patel

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