Preparation of acetone phenylhydrazone
10 ml of glacial acetic acid is mixed with 10.8 g of phenylhydrazine. The solution is diluted with 10 ml of water, and 5.8 g of acetone are added. The acetone phenylhydrazone which separates is extracted with ether. The latter is separated, dried over aydrous potassium carbonate, and distilled under reduced pressure, the fraction 165° C/91 mm. being retaned. The obtained acetone phenylhydrazone is allowed to stand in a vacuum desiccator over sulphutic acid for a short time. Yied almost theoretical, colorless, somewhat unstable oil b.p. 165° C/91 mm.
Systematic organic chemistry, by W. M. Cumming, 290, 1937.
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