Definition of phenylhydrazine. Meaning of phenylhydrazine. Synonyms of phenylhydrazine

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- phenylhydrazine is the chemical compound with the formula c6h5nhnh2. it is often abbreviated as phnhnh2. phenylhydrazine forms monoclinic prisms that
- in organic chemistry formed when sugars are reacted with excess of phenylhydrazine. the famous german chemist emil fischer developed and used the reaction
- that produces the aromatic heterocycle indole from a (substituted) phenylhydrazine and an aldehyde or ketone under acidic conditions. the reaction was
- ludwig knorr in 1887. phenazone is synthesized by condensation of phenylhydrazine and ethyl acetoacetate under basic conditions and methylation of the
- from cancer, possibly caused by chronic phenylhydrazine exposure. in 1875 fischer discovered phenylhydrazine while working in st****burg with von baeyer
- metals such as lead and mercury. dithizone may be prepared by reacting phenylhydrazine with carbon disulfide, followed by reaction with pot****ium hydroxide
- synthesized, however, using the fischer indole synthesis by reacting phenylhydrazine with pyruvic acid followed by decarboxylation of the formed indole-2-carboxylic
- included the discovery of phenylhydrazine. in the 1880s, knorr was trying to make quinolone derivatives from phenylhydrazine, and instead made a pyrazole