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The methanolic extract of bark of the plant commiphora africana (family: Burseraceae) gave a homogeneous product through chromatographic separation which after crystallization from methanol furnished needles (mp. 142-143Â°), characterized as dimethylterephthalate (benzene-1, 4-dicarboxylic acid dimethylester), C10H10O4, (M+194) on the basis of spectral analysis (UV, IR, NMR, Mass) and comparison with the synthetic dimethylester prepared from terephthalic acid.
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Author(s): M K Choudhury E C Johnson A S Agbaji