Solubility System: Acetonitrile with Esters (Original Report)
(2) Esters (C16 - set of 9), C24H48O2; [class-031g] NIST Chemistry WebBook
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The synthetic method was used. A Reichert microscope, type RCH, equipped with a heating stage was used as described in Schmid et al.1 The disappearance and reappearance of the interface between (1) and (2) could be observed without difficulty.
(1) Baker Chemical Co.; reagent No. 9011; n(20°C, D) = 1.3445, d(20°C, 4°C) = 0.780.
(2) Methyl, ethyl and butyl esters purchased from Applied Science Laboratories; propyl and hexyl esters, propanoate and butyrate prepared by direct esterification; other esters synthesized by transesterification; purified.
Temperature: ±0.5 K.
(1) H. H. O. Schmid, H. K. Mangold, and W. O. Lundberg, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 42, 372 (1965).