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5-Methyl-5-hydroxymethyl-l,3,2-dioxathiane 2-oxide (9)reacted similarly, but the corresponding 5, 5-dirnethyl derivative failed to react. According to Brunken and PoppelOC trimethylene m i t e reacts with sulfuric acid to form 3-hydroxypropylsulfuric acid [For references, see pp. 1 649 Chapter 8 H2S04 0 00 ___3 HOCH2CH,CH,OSO,H Cyclic sulfites have been reported to be sufficiently stable to nitric acid to allow nitration of a benzene ring. 47360 lo, The reaction has been used to synthesize chloramphenicol; a variety of amides and mbstituted phenyl compounds were used.
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2. H2 H2 (15) n2 H2 c-c s--9 c-c 13 I4\ /15 IS\ / I 2\ H2 H2 15 H2 H2 This compound was prepared by both Fredga8 and by Asinger and coworkers. 5-131. 5" and 15 Asinger of 133'. Another instance of the effect of reaction conditions On the products formed in these reactions was indicated by Magnusson,fOa who isolated a 1,2,3,5,6-pentathiepane when the above reaction was carried out at 0-4" in aqueous ethanol. N-C- 16 (RRI 1062) This ring system, which has been reported only in the 1, 5, 6,7tetradehydro form, is indexed in Chemical Abstracts as 2, B-tetrathio1, 3,4-thiadiazole.