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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Vittori, Synthesis and Characterisation of Some vanadium(V) and (IV) Compounds with benzaldoxime, Syn.
In an attempt to examine the dehydration property of [(Me).sub.3]SiCl/DMSO in free solvent condition, benzaldoxime was mixed with [(Me).sub.3]SiCl/DMSO in a ratio of 5: 10:1.3 respectively into a round bottomed flask and stirred by magnetic stirrer at room temperature, an exothermic reaction ensued instantaneously giving HCl vapor and a molten mass.
In order to evaluate the influence of DMSO, the reaction of benzaldoxime and trimethylsilylchlorid was tested.
In quest for synthesizing isoxazole via 1,3 dipolar cycloaddittion reaction between benzaldoxime (in situ production of nitrile oxide (dipolar moiety) by the use of MnO2)[15] and dicyanoarylidene (dipolarophile) in presence of MnO2 in DCM at room temperature (Scheme 1).