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The product of the reduction has bp 94-96°/3 mm. IV. Reduction of a,^-Unsaturated Ketones in Hexamethylphosphoric Triamide Hexamethylphosphoric triamide (HMPT) is a high-boiling solvent particularly satisfactory for dissolving metals or organometallic compounds. -unsaturated ketones by alkali metals. 14 mole) and anhydrous ether (30 ml) are introduced. 25 g-atom) is then added V. REDUCTION OF A y-DIKETONE WITH ZINC 29 in one portion with stirring. After 5 minutes the solution becomes deep blue and the temperature rises.
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