The dinitrate ofα,α′-dihydroxymethyl ether was synthesized and characterized.
The thermal decomposition of this compound in the gas phase, and also in the liquid state at temperatures above 60°, proceeds by a radical mechanism, with primary cleavage of the O-NO2 bond.
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Eremenko, L.T., Korolev, A.M., Grebennikov, V.N. et al. Synthesis and some properties of dinitrate ofα, α′-dihydroxymethyl ether. Russ Chem Bull 20, 555–557 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00852052
- Thermal Decomposition
- Liquid State
- Radical Mechanism
- Primary Cleavage