From: Oleg Nadein (nadein$##$nmt.edu)
Date: Thu Apr 08 2004 - 18:50:18 EDT
I have a question about separation of dicarbonic acid and its monoester:
Could you suggest their separation method?
Does anybody have experience with similar problem?
P.S. Monoester+acid are formed by partial hydrolysis of the corresponding
diester (3), then silver salts of compound 1 and 2 are formed and 3 is
washed out by organic solvent. Then silver salts are acidified and we have
soluble in organics mixture of 1 and 2.
Oleg N. Nadein
New Mexico Tech
Socorro, NM 87801
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