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The purpose of this booklet is to aid humans acting regimen operations in natural Synthesis in a laboratory. This booklet, the 1st one in a chain, makes a speciality of the oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes and ketones. most likely, this can be crucial regimen operation in natural Synthesis.
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Halides from Alcohols and Phenols by Triphenylphosphine Dihalide A halogenating system related to the preceding case is formed by the reaction of triphenylphosphine with molecular bromine or chlorine. The system is not as sensitive to moisture as the phosphine-carbon tetrahalide system (see preceding section), but it suffers from the disadvantage that hydrohalic acids are produced as the reaction proceeds. Nevertheless, sensitive compounds can be successfully halogenated by the system, as exemplified by the preparation of cinnamyl bromide from the alcohol.
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