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ACYL CHLORIDE
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ACYL HALIDE
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Definitions

  1. An acyl halide (also known as an acid halide) is a chemical compound derived from an oxoacid by replacing a hydroxyl group with a halide group.
  2. The acyl halide is preferably an acyl chloride and more preferably acetyl chloride. (Web site)

Hydroxy

  1. Again it is preferred to first protect any hydroxy or amino substituents before converting the benzoic acid to the acyl halide. (Web site)

Molecule

  1. A molecule can have more than one acyl halide functional group.

Reagent

  1. Reagent: normally the acyl halide (e.g.

Acetic Anhydride

  1. You would need acetic anhydride, or perhaps the acyl halide to form the amide (with possible surrogate base to mop up the acid by product). (Web site)

Catalyst

  1. The Friedel-Crafts acylation reagent is normally composed of an acyl halide or anhydride mixed with a Lewis acid catalyst such as AlCl 3.

Anhydrides

  1. Reactions Acid anhydrides are a source of reactive acyl groups, and their reactions and uses resemble those of acyl halide s.

Reacting

  1. Conversion is readily achieved by reacting the 1-hydroxy compound with an alkyl halide or an acyl halide in the presence of a hydrogen chloride acceptor. (Web site)

Electrophile

  1. Figure 3 Reaction of an aromatic compound with an acyl halide and a Lewis Acid Figure 4 The electrophile is an acylium ion.

Chloride

  1. The RCO- group in an acyl halide can be thought of as an acyl group and the -X radical as the halide part of the molecule; for example, -Cl is chloride.

Organic Compound

  1. It belongs to the class of organic compound s called acyl halide s.

Acyl Chlorides

  1. Acyl chlorides are a subset of acyl halides and undergo many of the chemical reactions mentioned under Acyl halide. (Web site)

Acyl Chloride

  1. For example, if the acyl halide is an acyl chloride, HCl (hydrogen chloride or hydrochloric acid) is also formed.

Amides

  1. Similar to acids and amides, the carbon atom of the acyl halide will be atom number 1 in the numbering scheme.

Acetyl Chloride

  1. In a particular embodiment, the lower alcohol is ethanol and the acyl halide is acetyl chloride. (Web site)
  2. For further information on the types of chemical reactions compounds such as acetyl chloride can undergo, see acyl halide.

Acylation

  1. The acylation may be performed using the acyl halide, for instance, the acyl chloride or acyl bromide, in the presence of a suitable base. (Web site)

Halide

  1. However there are certain limitations: The halide must be either an alkyl halide or an acyl halide.

Acyl Halide

  1. Acyl halide An acyl or acid halide is a chemical compound derived from an acid by replacing a hydroxyl group with a halide group.
  2. This may be effected by acylation, for example by reacting the compound (XLIII) with an acylating agent, such as: an acyl halide, e.g.
  3. For the reactions of thionyl chloride or acyl chlorides with water, see thionyl chloride or acyl halide.

Categories

  1. Halide
  2. Acyl Halides > Acyl Chlorides
  3. Acetyl Chloride
  4. Chemical Compound
  5. Hydroxyl Group
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