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Separation of organic bases by Craig distribution. I. Homologous alkylbenzylamines

Schönenberger, Helmut and Bamann, Eugen and Eder, Maximilian (1960) Separation of organic bases by Craig distribution. I. Homologous alkylbenzylamines. Archiv der Pharmazie und Berichte der Deutschen Pharmazeutischen Gesellschaft 293, pp. 634-636.

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The partition coeffs. in the system 12:28:40 MeOH-2% HCl-CHCl3 of 9 PhCH2NHR.HCl after 96 transfers were (R, partition coefficient): H, 87.5; Me, 75.2; Et, 37.3; Pr (I), 12.3; Bu (II), 2.84; Am (III), 1.04; hexyl (IV), 0.3; heptyl (V), 0.084; octyl, 0.071. Pure III could be sepd. by this procedure in a mixt. of I, II, III, IV, and V whereas increased distributions were required for the quant. sepn. of the other 4 compds.

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Additional Information (public):CAN 54:113389 17 Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics, and Perfumes 100-46-9P (Benzylamine); 103-67-3P (Benzylamine, N-methyl-); 1667-16-9P (Octylamine, N-benzyl-); 2032-33-9P (Benzylamine, N-propyl-); 2403-22-7P (Benzylamine, N-butyl-); 5730-02-9P (Heptylamine, N-benzyl-); 14321-27-8P (Benzylamine, N-ethyl-); 25468-43-3P (Benzylamine, N-pentyl-); 25468-44-4P (Benzylamine, N-hexyl-) Role: PREP (Preparation) (sepn. from related compds.)
Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institute of Pharmacy > Alumni or Retired Professors > Prof. Schönenberger
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