• Fluorescence reactions with boric acid andO-hydroxy-carbonyl compounds, and their application in analytical chemistry - Part III. Effect of bromination of theO-hydroxy-carbonyl molecule on the appearance of fluorescence effects with boric acid

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      Bromine; Halogen; Boric Acid; Bromine Atom; Concentrate Sulphuric Acid

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      The introduction of bromine atoms into the molecule of anO-hydroxycarbonyl compound does not invariably result in absence of fluorescence effects on the addition of boric acid.

      The fluorescence test for theO-hydroxy-carbonyl group is also applicable in the case of brominated compounds but as with the bromine-free compounds a negative result does not necessarily mean absence ofO-hydroxycarbonyl group. Negative results are obtained more often when bromine is present than in its absence.

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      K Neelakantam1 2 V Venkateswarlu1 2

      1. Department of Chemistry, Andhra University, Andhra, India
      2. Madras
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