benzaldoxime

benzaldoxime

[‚benz·əl′däk‚sēm]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CHNOH An oxime of benzaldehyde; the antiisomeric form melts at 130°C, the syn form at 34°C; both forms are soluble in ethyl alcohol and ether; used in synthesis of other organic compounds.
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3]SiCl/DMSO in free solvent condition, benzaldoxime was mixed with [(Me).
In order to evaluate the influence of DMSO, the reaction of benzaldoxime and trimethylsilylchlorid was tested.