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Trimethylbenzenes (Interagency Science Discussion Draft)

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Steric Hindrance in Vinyl-Mesitylene

Authors: Buck, FR; Kennedy, GT; Morton, F; Tanner, EM (1948) HERO ID: 824871


Journal Article
Journal Article

Short wave-length cut-off filters for the ultraviolet

Author: BASS, AM (1948) 38:977-979. HERO ID: 856817


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Relationship between Sulphonation and Desulphonation

Authors: Baddeley, G; Holt, G; Kenner, J (1944) HERO ID: 824868

[Less] THE familiar process of recovery of aromatic compounds from their sulphonic acids is probably almost . . . [More] THE familiar process of recovery of aromatic compounds from their sulphonic acids is probably almost universally regarded as one of hydrolysis. We have, however, confirmed our expectation that it might be more correctly comparable with the ordinary Dumas process of decarboxylation, and so involve their anions rather than the acids themselves; for a kinetic study of the desulphonation of m-cresol-sulphonic acid in 90 per cent acetic acid containing also hydrobromic or sulphuric acid showed its velocity to be independent of the concentration of the sulphonic acid, to conform to the first-order equation and to be proportional to the hydrogen ion activity of the solution, but independent of the nature of the inorganic anion. Sulphonic acids of mesitylene, phenol, P-cresol, and 4-nitrodiphenyl-amine, exhibited a similar behaviour.

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OZONIZATION OF o-XYLENE AND 1,2,4-TRIMETHYLBENZENE

Authors: Wibaut, JP; Haayman, PW (1941) Science 94:49. HERO ID: 824397


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The toxicity of some methyl derivatives of benzene with special reference to pseudocumene and heavy coal tar naphtha

Authors: Cameron, GR; Paterson, JLH; De Saram, GSW; Thomas, JC (1938) Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 46:95-107. HERO ID: 632322

[Less] The toxic effects of methyl derivatives of benzene (71432), such as toluene (108883), o-xylene (95476), . . . [More] The toxic effects of methyl derivatives of benzene (71432), such as toluene (108883), o-xylene (95476), p-xylene (106423), m-xylene (108383), mesitylene (108678), heavy coal tar naphtha (8030306), and pseudocumene (95636) are studied in laboratory animals subjected to inhalation and subcutaneous injections of the compounds. Results indicate that the xylenes are more toxic than toluene, and that heavy naphtha and pseudocumene are innocuous, while mesitylene in high concentrations is toxic to animals. Data are given for the toxic concentrations of each compound and for the blood changes following subcutaneous injection.

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Journal Article

The Combustion of Aromatic and Alicyclic Hydrocarbons. I. The Slow Combustion of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, n-Propylbenzene, n-Butylbenzene, o-Xylene, m-Xylene, p-Xylene and Mesitylene

Author: Burgoyne, JH (1937) HERO ID: 994818


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Journal Article

The Raman Spectra of Some Aldehydes and of Mesitylene

Authors: Venkateswaran, S; Bhagavantam, S (1930) HERO ID: 859244


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

[On the toxicity of various hydrocarbon vapors]

Author: Lazarew, NW (1929) 143:223-233. HERO ID: 631192

[Less] The toxicity of 35 hydrocarbon vapors including paraffins, cycloparaffins, unsaturated hydrocarbons, . . . [More] The toxicity of 35 hydrocarbon vapors including paraffins, cycloparaffins, unsaturated hydrocarbons, and aromatic hydrocarbons was determined in mice. The paraffins included pentane, hexane (110543), heptane (142825), 2-methylhexane, octane (111659), 2,5-dimethylhexane, and 2,5-dimethyloctane. The aromatic hydrocarbons were the most toxic followed by the unsaturated hydrocarbons, cycloparaffins, and paraffins. The decrease in toxicity was found to be parallel to the decrease in water solubility. It could not be determined whether the low degree of toxicity of paraffin and cycloparaffin vapors were due to the low degree of toxicity of hydrocarbons themselves or mainly to their poor solubility. The low degree of toxicity of hydrocarbons is doubted. Intoxication by paraffin and cycloparaffin vapors are considered to initially stimulate the brain center; later, however, the latter weakens without the spinal cord weakening for a longer period of time. A tension cramp, part of the initial signs of toxicity, is considered due to a sudden weakening of the respiratory center, with sustained or even increased stimulation of the spinal cord. (German; English translation available)

Technical Report
Technical Report

Cheminform abstract: Selective hydroformylation of open-chain conjugated dienes promoted by mesitylene-solvated rhodium atoms to give β,γ-unsaturated monoaldehydes

Authors: Bertozzi, S.; Campigli, N.; Vtulli, G.; Lazzaroni, R.; Salvadori, P. (43). Weinheim, GA: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co.. HERO ID: 2991404