mesitylene

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mesitylene

[mə′sid·əl·ēn]
(organic chemistry)
C9H12 A colorless fragrant liquid that boils at 164.7°C (328.6°F); it is an aromatic hydrocarbon that is part of the benzene series, and occurs naturally in coal tar or is synthesized from acetone.
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Y is a conjugated |pi~-linker including aryl, vinyl, or ethynyl groups or combinations thereof, and mes is the mesityl group, 2,4,6-|Me.
The mesityl group was selected for synthetic convenience rather than for its electronic properties.
Celanese's Cangrejera plant will continue to produce other products including acetic anhydride, ethyl acetate, methylamines, acetone derivatives, and mesityl oxide to meet customer commitments in Mexico and other countries.
of acetone to diacetone alcohol with the subsequent dehydration of the diacetone alcohol to yield mesityl oxide over an acidic ion exchange resin catalyst.
The mesityl oxide/water binary is an excellent example as it is a heterogeneous azeotrope.