By James M. Douglas
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G. COH), the name deriving from thf: type of carbon atom on which the theoretical substitution has been made. , pentaerythritol and so on. We will come across these polyhydric alcohols again in Part Two. Methyl alcohol is prepared industrially by the reaction co+ Zinc Chromite 2H 2 400° c V. high pressure Ethanol is what is usually meant by 'alcohol'. It is prepared by the fermentation of sugar using yeast. Alternatively, ethylene may be absorbed in concentrated sulphuric acid under pressure and at 75-80° C: ethyl sulphuric acid Ethyl sulphuric acid is an ester (see below) of ethanol and the alcohol can be recovered when the ester is hydrolysed (sec below) by dilution with water and the mixture is distilled.
The majority of these acids contain 18 carbon atoms. The triple esters are called triglycerides. The usefulness of an oil is determined by the nature of the fatty acids present. Oils are classified according to their ability to dry to a solid film, when spread thinly and exposed to the air. Drying oils form a film at normal temperatures, semi-drying oils require heat, while non-drying oils will not form a film. More is said about the mechanism of the drying process in Chapter 12. Drying oils are found to contain a substantial proportion of fatty acids with three double bonds, s·~mi drying oils contain principally fatty acids with two double bonds, while non-drying oils contain only minor proportions of fatty acids with more than one double bond.
As with all types of organic compound, a large family of carboxylic acids, with different numbers and arrangements of carbon atoms, exists. All contain the carboxyl group- CO·OH. g. g. CC1 3 ·COOH, are very strong. g. CH2 ·COOH, propionic acid. (b) A double bond, in CH 2 =CH·COOH, acrylic acid. (c) A chlorine atom, in CH 3 ·CHCl·COOH, a-chloropropionic acid. f3 a Note: The carbon atoms are labelled by Greek letters in alphabetical order, beginning next to the carboxyl group. (d) A hydroxyl group, in CH 3 •CHOH·COOH, lactic acid (sour milk).
Conceptual Design of Chemical Processes by James M. Douglas