propargyl alcohol


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propargyl alcohol

[prō′pär·jəl ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
HCCCH2OH Colorless, water- and alcohol-soluble liquid, boiling at 114°C; used as a chemical intermediate, stabilizer, and corrosion inhibitor. Also known as 2-propyn-1-ol.
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2002) investigated the effect of propargyl alcohol as corrosion inhibitor copper-nickel alloy, nickel and copper in 0.
increase for ethylene carbonate and propylene carbonate and 8% increase for propargyl alcohol, vinyl ethers and specialty pyrrolidones in U.
Products: Propargyl alcohol, vinyl ethers, and specialty pyrrolidones
Specific topics include the redox isomerization of propargyl alcohols to enones, alkyne metathesis in organic synthesis, the catalytic enantioselective addition of terminal alkynes to carbonyls, the catalytic dimerization of alkynes, and the alkyne zipper reaction in asymmetric synthesis.
Silver methanesulfonate typically used as a catalyst for heterocyclization reactions, and also for CO2-mediated rearrangement of propargyl alcohols for the synthesis of alpha,beta-unsaturatedketones and esters.