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Articles written in Proceedings – Section A
Volume 29 Issue 5 May 1949 pp 349-351
Acetylation of phenols with glacial acetic acid in presence of phosphorus pentoxide gives the
Volume 31 Issue 6 June 1950 pp 441-449
The roots of
The fibre-free root powder was found to give satisfactory results in bulksizing and finishing in the textile industry. It was also found to be satisfactory as a base in calico-printing.
Volume 32 Issue 4 October 1950 pp 264-267
The mucilage from the tubers of
The polysaccharide does not melt or decompose below 250° and has a specific rotation of −14·45°. It undergoes easy acetylation when treated with acetic anhydride and anhydrous sodium acetate. The acetyl derivative decomposes at about 180° and has a specific rotation of −15·0° in chloroform solution.