Padma, DK and Bhat, V Subrahmanya and Vasudevamurthy, AR (1978) A New Method for the Preparation of Sulphuryl Chloro Fluoride. In: Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 11 (2). pp. 187-190.
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It has been observed that a suspension of sodium fluoride in boiling acetonitrile could be used for the preparation of fluorine compounds such as silicon tetrafluoride , thiophosphoryl fluoride , sulphur tetrafluoride [3,4], and fluorocyclophosphazenes . This method, when adopted for the fluorination of sulphuryl chloride , it is observed that a mixture of sulphuryl fluoride and sulphuryl chloro fluoride is obtained. On the other hand, when lead fluoride is substituted for sodium fluoride, pure sulphuryl chloro fluoride is evolved. Based on this observation, a new method has been standardised for the preparation of a pure sample of sulphuryl chlorofluoride by fluorinating sulphuryl chloride by lead fluoride in acetonitrile medium.
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|Date Deposited:||09 Jan 2010 10:56|
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