Research Of 3-Methyl-1-Butyne-3-Ol Halogenation Processes And Study Of Their Antimicrobial Properties.
In halogenation of acetylenic alcohols in protic solvents, in addition to cis- and trans-dihalogen derivatives, halogenoxyesters are formed. If acetylene alcohol is halogenated in a 50% acetic acid solution, then cis and trans dihalovinyl carbinols are formed, so that halogenoxyether is not formed. Also, in 100% acetic acid, mainly halogen oxide is formed. In neutral solvents, halogenation is not possible without light energy or an initiator. The influence of organic and mineral acids and heat on the process of haogenization and antimicrobial properties of halogen formations were studied.