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- Phenolates (also called phenoxides) are anions and salts of phenols. They may be formed by reaction of phenols with alkalihydroxide solutions. Sodium phenolate...
- Sodium phenoxide (sodium phenolate) is an organic compound with the formula NaOC6H5. It is a white crystalline solid. Its anion, phenoxide, also known...
- Ynolates are also unsaturated alkoxides derived from acetylenic alcohols. Phenoxides are close relatives of the alkoxides, in which the alkyl group is replaced...
- essentially entirely in the enol form. Phenoxides are enolates stabilised by aromaticity. Under normal cir****stances, phenoxide is more reactive at the oxygen...
- corresponding negative phenolate ion or phenoxide ion, and the corresponding salts are called phenolates or phenoxides (aryloxides according to the IUPAC Gold...
- related reaction, alkyl halides undergo nucleophilic displacement by phenoxides. The R–X cannot be used to react with the alcohol. However phenols can...
- The nucleophilicities and competitive reactivities of alkoxides and phenoxides". Can. J. Chem. 57 (20): 2747–2754. doi:10.1139/v79-444. Yaws, C.L. (1999)...
- is a carboxylation chemical reaction that proceeds by heating sodium phenoxide (the sodium salt of phenol) with carbon dioxide under pressure (100 atm...
- an ether. It can be prepared by the Williamson ether synthesis; sodium phenoxide is reacted with a methyl halide to yield anisole. Anisole undergoes electrophilic...
- phenolic group decreases so that the proton ionizes and the phenoxide anion is formed. If the phenoxide oxygen is oxidized, the semiquinone is formed with the...
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