Environmentally Benign Un-Catalyzed Esterification of Alcohols under Solvent-Free Condition Using Acetyl Chloride: An Experimental Investigation| Chapter 3 | Recent Trends in Chemical and Material Sciences Vol.6

Under solvent-free and energy-efficient circumstances, a generic and practicable approach for un-catalyzed esterification of alcohols using acetyl chloride is disclosed. Nowadays, catalyst- and solvent-free processes are far more safe, nontoxic, ecologically friendly, and cost-effective. This approach is economical and environmentally friendly due to its high yields, extensive applicability to diverse alcohols, mild reaction conditions, short reaction time, and ease of operation. Because of the benefits of the approach, which include solvent-free, catalyst-free, energy-efficient, and ecologically friendly circumstances, a simple work-up procedure, and easy and green separation of the produced HCl, this protocol will be a green technology for practical organic synthesis.

Author(s) Details:

Sangita S. Makone,
Chemical Sciences Research Laboratory, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Vishnupuri, Nanded. Maharashtra, India.

Sandeep N. Niwadange,
Department of Chemistry, Shri Govindrao Munghate Art’s and Science College, Kurkheda, Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, India.

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