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Digest #36 Today's Topics:

   1. Nitrophthalic acid (dr samy said)


Message: 1
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2002 04:17:41 -0700 (PDT)
From: dr samy said <>
Subject: ORGLIST:Nitrophthalic acid

Hi  Every Body
 I`m looking for  method for esterification of 3-/or
4-nitrophthalic acid.
Thank you very much

 Samy B. Said


Digest #37 Today's Topics:

   1. stability of dialkyldisulfide (Jon Kremsky)
   2. Re: stability of dialkyldisulfide (Eric J. Leopold)
Schiff Base reduction (Jordan, Michael (EI06))
Re: stability of dialkyldisulfide (John S. Roberts)


Message: 1
Reply-To: <>
From: "Jon Kremsky" <>
To: <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2002 16:39:08 -0400
Subject: ORGLIST: stability of dialkyldisulfide


What is the stability of dialkyldisulfide towards bases, specifically sodium
or potassium hydroxide?  I have searched some of my general texts, but have
been unable to find an answer.

Jonathan N. Kremsky, Ph.D.


Message: 2
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2002 17:47:48 -0700
To: <>
From: "Eric J. Leopold" <>
Subject: Re: ORGLIST: stability of dialkyldisulfide

My guess is this is a stable combination as such compounds are
synthesized with KOH or NaOH. See Org Syn. Collective vol 6, 235
(1988), Alonso, et al. Good luck.
Need to cleave a peptide-resin? See


Message: 3
From: "Jordan, Michael (EI06)" <>
To: "
''" <>
Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2002 09:51:00 +0200
Subject: ORGLIST:Schiff Base reduction

Does anybody know if it is possible to use phase transfer catalysis to
reduce imines?

> Dr. Michael Jordan


Message: 4
From: "John S. Roberts" <>
To: <>, "Eric J. Leopold" <>
Cc: <>
Subject: Re: ORGLIST: stability of dialkyldisulfide
Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2002 06:17:08 -0500

They are stable with KOH or NaOH.

John Roberts


Digest#38 Today's Topics:

   1. DIDNTB reagent request (Ali Asadi)


Message: 1
Date: Sat, 6 Jul 2002 04:15:14 -0700 (PDT)
From: Ali Asadi <>
Subject: ORGLIST:DIDNTB reagent request

Hi All ,

I am seeking for the trade source of "  bis(3,3'-diiodo-4,4'-dihydroxy-5,5'-dinitro-phenyl) 3,4,5,6-tetra bromosulfophthalein " its abbreviation is DIDNTB,

I will be very thankful if you have any information about this reagent and its manufacturing company.

Thanks in advace,

Dr. Ali Asadi


Digest #39 Today's Topics:

MOM-MSf (Bert Kruiswijk)


Message: 1
From: Bert Kruiswijk <>
To: everybody <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 16:26:47 +0100

I am looking for non Russian references for the use of methoxy methyl
methyl sulfate (MOM-msf) used by Lebedev for the methoxymethylation of


Bert Kruiswijk


Digest #40 Today's Topics:

   1. N-Formylation of sec-Amines (Albino RUBELLO)


Message: 1
From: "Albino RUBELLO" <>
To: <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 14:24:56 +0200
Subject: ORGLIST:N-Formylation of sec-Amines

  Does someone know how the experimental conditions to transform a
secondary amine into its N-FORMYL DIMETHYLACETAL DERIVATIVE usind the

  Thanks to all



Digest #41 Today's Topics:

   1. Citations (MOHAMMAD ARFAN)
   2. Regenerating molecular sieve 4A (Andrea Giordano)


Message: 1
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 15:40:57 +0000
Subject: ORGLIST:Citations

Hi Friends,
Any one who can tell me a free website or database for obtaining citations of my research articles published in chemistry (mostly organic chemistry) research journals since 1981. Thanks in advance for the help.

Mohammad Arfan, Ph.D
Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry
University of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan


Message: 2
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 01:39:01 +0200
From: Andrea Giordano <>
Subject: ORGLIST:Regenerating molecular sieve 4A

hello all,

this may sound curious, or maybe a nonsense, but anyway...

I suppose many of you had the chance to use molecular sieves (the one with
blue indicator for istance) to dry/store liquids.
Well, when I had to regenerate them, I simply used a common oven for
glassware, 'cause it's the only one we have in the lab.
Usually temp. is set to 140° C, or something, and we just leave it that way;
that value seems to be enough for regenerating the sieves, at least I always
observed the apparence of the blue color of the indicator (after having left
in the oven for 2/3 days).
Anyway, it's written that temp. should be higher for regenerating...

Just wondering.....could you use a microwave oven (after having purged the
sieves with water, of course...) to regenerate them??

A. Giordano


Digest #42 Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Citations (Yuehui Zhou)


Message: 1
From: "Yuehui Zhou" <>
Subject: Re: ORGLIST:Citations
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 20:52:00 +0000

"Web of Science" may be the best tool for that purpose. There may be a free trial for the data base. Try to search the website of this service. Good luck!


Digest #43 Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Citations (


Message: 1
Date: Sun Jul 14 2002 - 03:11:42 EDT

Subject: Re: ORGLIST: Citations - Free registration, free Belstein Abstract since

Best regards,


Digest #44 Today's Topics:

1. Re: ORGLIST: Regenerating molecular sieve 4A (Jacob Zabicky)

2. Re: ORGLIST: Regenerating molecular sieve 4A (David Kelly)


Message: 1
From: Jacob Zabicky (

Date: Sun Jul 14 2002 - 09:27:04 EDT

Subject: Re: ORGLIST: Regenerating molecular sieve 4A

Hello Andrea,

Yours is a very interesting question. It's worth trying a small amount of
the stuff, say 0.5 g, and see how dry does it get (wt. loss), and whether
its morphology changes. A possible scenario is this: Water effectively
absorbs the microwaves. so a very hot local spot may be produced. Say that
happens in a small spot inside the molecular sieve, rising the temperature
to several hundred deg. C, over the critical temperature of water. The
highly compressed gaseous water may break the crystalline structure and the
stuff may literally pop out. But it may be a very placid process too. Just
try it!

All the best,


Prof. Jacob Zabicky
Institutes for Applied Research
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Private: POB 12366, Beer-Sheva 84863
POB 653, Beer-Sheva 84105, ISRAEL Tel. +972-8-6496792
Tel. +972-8-6461271/6461062/6472754
Fax. +972-8-6472969


Message: 2

From: David Kelly (

Date: Mon Jul 15 2002 - 14:00:23 EDT

Subject: Re: ORGLIST: Regenerating molecular sieve 4A

Copper sulphate impregnated molecular sieves? Are you sure this is
not silica gel?

To dry sieves efficiently you need to use a vaccum oven/pistol and
circa 250 degrees C for 3+ hours. Any attempt to dry in the
atmosphere leaves them wet. We have taken circa 100g of oven dried
sieves and subjected them to heating in vacuum. In the early stages
sufficient water was removed to wet the inside of the apparatus.

Good drying agents require severe drying conditions to
make them anhydrous.

While we are on lab myths. Drying magnesium turnings in an ordinary
oven is also totally pointless.

Good luck

DaveDr David R. Kelly
Dept. of Chemistry, Cardiff University, PO Box 912, Cardiff, CF10
Phone 02920-874063: Fax 02920-874030
Mobile 07971-240448: Home 02920-610891
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University of Wales.


Digest #45 Today's Topics:

   1. Griffith-Prions (Shu G. Chen)


Message: 1
From: "Shu G. Chen" <>
To: <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 00:28:39 -0500
Subject: ORGLIST:Griffith-Prions

Does anyone knows the first name for Griffith who first proposed
"protein only" hypothesis for prions?

Shu G. Chen, Ph.D.
Institute of Pathology
Case Western Reserve University
2085 Adelbert Road
Cleveland, OH 44106-4907
Tel:  216-368-8925
Fax: 216-368-2546


Digest #46 Today's Topics:

   1. polyamide and a diamine reaction (Guzin Ozgel)
   2. help needed on assay protocols for metals using 5-bromoanthranilic acid (sam)


Message: 1
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 06:37:41 -0700 (PDT)
From: Guzin Ozgel <>
Subject: ORGLIST:polyamide and a diamine reaction

Dear All,

I have got an amide in my hand obtained by reacting
2,6-dichloro-p-phenylenediamine and benzoyl chloride
in triethylamine and chloroform solution.
What molecule would I obtain if I would react it with
ortho-phenylenediamine in triethylamine preceded by a
reaction of trichloroacetic anhydride reaction?

If you have ideas to suggest me, I would appreciate
your effort.

thanks and regards,
Guzin Ozgel
Marmara University, Turkey


Message: 2
From: "sam" <>
To: <>
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 07:07:55 +0530
Subject: ORGLIST:help needed on assay protocols for metals using 5-bromoanthranilic acid

Dear all

I am making 5-bromoanthranilic acid and 5-bromoindoxyl acetate. For the
first one there is a reference in Merck Index saying it is used for
determination of Cobalt, Nickel, copper and zinc. I would like to supply =
the assay protocol along with the chemical. Can somebody help me find =
the assay protocol for the determination of these metals using =
5-bromoanthranilic acid.  Second one is a chromogenic substrate for =
esterases. Also kindly contact me for buying these chemicals as I could =
offer the best price.

Looking forward

thank you



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