By R J Cremlyn
In view that its discovery in 1854, chlorosulfonic acid has verified that it's a really flexible reagent. it really is time-honored as a sulfonating and chlorosulfonating agent, quite of natural compounds, and it presents valuable artificial intermediates for lots of branches of undefined. This e-book presents a close, brand new account of the reactions of chlorosulfonic acid with aliphatic, fragrant and heterocyclic compounds; reactions with components and inorganic compounds also are mentioned, besides using the reagent as a strong acid catalyst and dehydrating agent. ultimately, the industrial makes use of and manufacture of chlorosulfonic acid are reviewed. The particular assurance during this booklet, coupled with the various references to contemporary paintings, will make sure that it's welcomed as a reference via man made chemists in, for instance, the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, plastic and detergent industries. Researchers and their scholars in academia also will locate it a necessary addition to their bookshelves.
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Chem. ,1949,71,453. CHAPTER 3 Reactions of Organic Sulfortyl Chlorides 1 Reactions with Nucleophilic Reagents As mentioned in Chapter 2, chlorosulfonic acid is a valuable reagent for the conversion of organic compounds into their sulfonyl chlorides. ’ The synthetic utility of sulfonyl chlorides depends on their ability to undergo substitution reactions with various nucleophilic reagents. Organic sulfonyl chlorides are generally liquids or low melting solids and they are not easily purified by recrystallization or distillation.
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