from The Century Dictionary.
- Consisting of a compound of chlorin and carbonic oxid (COCl2), formed by exposing a mixture of the two gases to the direct solar rays.
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In the case of the _o_-position, however, the action of chlorocarbonic alkyl ester is successfully assisted by the presence of dimethylaniline in an inert solvent, _e. g.
Many hydroxybenzoic acids require an excess of chlorocarbonic methyl ester, which then also, to some extent, attacks the carboxyl group; but on dissolving the product in acetone and treating it with bicarbonate the carboxyl group as such is again restored without splitting off the carbomethoxy group. [