C22H34O4: b547, d463
C22H44O2: b581, i75
C24H46O4: d725, d812
menclature is employed; exceptions generally involve ethers, sul\ufb01des, sulfones, and sulfoxides. Each compound is given a number within its letter classi\ufb01cation; thus compound c209 is 3-chlorophenol. Section 1.1, Nomen- clature of Organic Compounds, should be consulted to familiarize oneself with present nomenclature systems.
of Beilstein,Handbuch der Organischen Chemie (Springer-Verlag, New York, 1918). Thus the entry 9, 202 refers to an entry in volume 9 appearing on page 202. When the volume number has a superscript attached, reference is made to the appropriate supplementary volume. For example, 122, 404 indicates that the compound will be found listed in the second supplement to volume 12 on page 404. The earliest Beilstein entry is listed. Supplementary information may be found in the supplements to the basic series; such coordinating references (series number, volume number, and page number of the main edition) along with the system number are found at the top of eachodd-numbered page. Similarly, a back reference such as H93; E II 64; E III 190 in a volume of Supplementary Series IV means that previous items on this compound are found in the same volume of the
Basic Series on page 93, of Supplementary Series II on page 64, and of Supplementary Series III on page 190. The absence of a back reference implies that the compound involved is describedfor the \ufb01rst time in the series concerned.
in this manner to indicate that the former is a melting point with decomposition at 250\ue000C, while the latter decomposition occurs only at 250\ue000C and higher temperatures. Where a value such as\ue0002H2O, 120 is given, it indicates a loss of 2 moles of water per formula weight of the compound at a temperature of 120\ue000C.
appears in parentheses after the value: closed cup (CC), Cleveland closed cup (CCC), open cup (OC), Tag closed cup (TCC), and Tag open cup (TOC). Because values will vary with the speci\ufb01c procedure employed, and many times the method was not stated, the values listed for the \ufb02ash point should be considered only as indicative. See also Table 5.23, Properties of Combustible Mixtures in Air.
temperature. Other temperatures are indicated by the superscript. Another way in which solubility is explicitly stated is in weight (in grams) per 100 mL of the solvent. In the case of gases, the solubility is often expressed as 5 mL10, which indicates that at 10\ue000C, 5 mL of the gas is soluble in 100 g (or 100 mL, if explicitly stated) of the solvent.
alc, alcohol (ethanol usually)
alk, alkali (aqueous NaOH or
d, decomposes or decomposed
EtOAc, ethyl acetate
eth, diethyl ether
EtOH, ethanol, 95%
HOAc, acetic acid
i-PrOH, isopropyl alcohol,
misc, miscible; soluble in all
PE, petroleum ether
sl, slight, slightly
v s, very soluble
v sl s, very slightly soluble
vac, vacuo or vacuum
\ue000, alpha (\ufb01rst) position
\ue001, beta (second) position
\ue002, gamma (third) position
i aq; 3.2 alc; 20 bz; 10 chl; 1.8 MeOH; 3.2 g in 100 mL HOAc
0.56 aq25; 25 acet; 29 alc; 2 bz; 27 chl; 5 eth
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