A convenient method for the synthesis of ethoxyacetaldehyde was developed.
Ethoxyacetaldehyde readily undergoes the usual reactions of aldehydes. Some of its acetais, its cyanohydrin, and the product of its condensation with 2-propyn-1-ol were prepared for the first time.
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Shostakovskii, M.F., Kuznetsov, N.V., Dubovik, N.A. et al. Synthesis of ethoxyacetaldehyde, and its chemical reactions. Russ Chem Bull 10, 1392–1395 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00910116
- Convenient Method
- Usual Reaction