Sampath Kumar, HP and Padma, DK and Vasudeva Murthy, AR (1984) Reaction of thiophosphoryl fluoride with sulphur trioxide. In: Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 26 (1). pp. 117-123.
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Thiophosphoryl fluoride is observed to undergo a facile reaction with sulphur trioxide forming phosphoryl fluoride, sulphur dioxide and elemental sulphur in quantitative yields. In the presence of excess of sulphur trioxide, however, the elemental sulphur released combines with it to form sulphur sesquioxide which subsequently decomposes and gives off sulphur dioxide. Similar observations are made with oleum.
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