Organic Lab Reactions 88

Organic Lab Reactions 88 - CHBr 2 CH 2 Br + HgF 2 CH3CCI3 +...

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CjHsFOij C 2 H 3 F 2 Br CJHSFJCI CiiHsFjsClO CiiHsFisI cyawwo C2H3F3 C 2 H3F 8 O Q^Br CjH^FCl CjjH4FCISO 2 C 2 H 4 FI C2H4FNO 0^2x14^ 2 ^ QsHsFO CjHsSO^ QSHJSOJF CWsFfcN C3FCl 7 CEkFCO^ FCO 2 CHs CHF 2 CH 2 Br CH 3 CC1F 2 CHF 2 CH 2 CI CF 2 C10CHs t CHF 2 CH2l CHF 2 CONH 2 CHF 2 CH 2 F CH3CF3 CF3OCH3 t CF 3 CH 2 OH CH2BrCH2 F ' CH 3 CHC1F CHaCHClSOijF CH 2 FCH 2 I CH2FCONH 2 CH 3 CHF 2 CHjFCH^ CHF 2 CH 2 NHNO 2 CHF 2 CH 2 OH CHi!FCH 2 OH CHF 2 CH 2 NH 2 CCI3CCIOT M.p. 33°, b.p. 165° B.p. 40°, d M 1.06 M.p. -74.5°, b.p. 57.3°, <2 18 1.82445, n 10 l .39400 B.p. -9.6° B.p. 35. .1 0 , d M 1.312, n 16 1.3528 M.p. -105°, b.p. 55.3° B.p. 89.5°, d ls 2.2433, n 12 1.4681 M.p. 51.8°, b.p. 108°/35 mm. M.p. -84°, b.p. 5° M.p. -107°, b.p. -46.7° M.p. -96°,' b.p. 30° M.p. -43.5°, b.p. 74.5°, ^1.3739, B.p. 71.5°, <i 26 1.7044 ) n 26 1.42261 B.p. 15.5° B.p. 138°, n 20 1.4070 B.p. 98-102° M.p. 108° B.p. -24.7° B.p. 10-11° M.p. 19.6°, b.p. 111° M.p. 28.2°, b.p. 96°, d"1.3084 M.p. -143.2°, b.p. -37.1° M.p. -26.45°, b.p. 103.4° B.p. 134°, n 20 1.3757 B.p. 113°, dl.310 > B.p. 67.5°, dl.17576, »1.34701 M.p. 97°, b.p. 237° Ester + soda C1CO 2
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Unformatted text preview: CHBr 2 CH 2 Br + HgF 2 CH3CCI3 + SbF 3 + 8bF 3 Cl 2 CHC1 4 CH 2 C1 + HgF 2 CCI3OCH3 f + SbF 3 CHF 2 CH 2 Br + KI Ester + NH 3 CHF 2 CH 2 I + HgF 2 CH3CCI3 + SbF 3 + SbF 3 a 2 CCI3OCH3 f + SbF 3 (CF 3 CO) 2 O + H 2 + Pt CH 2 BrCH 2 Br + HgF 2 CH 3 CC1 3 + SbF 3 + SbF 3 Cl 2 From the sulfonyl chlorides CH 2 ICH 2 I + HgF 2 From ester and ammonia CH 3 CHC1 2 + SbF 2 + SbF 3 + SbF 3 Cl 2 CH 2 BrCH 2 Br + HgF 2 Difluoroethylurethan + HN0 3 CHF 2 CH 2 Br + HgO CyisBr + HgF 2 Fluoroethyl acetate + cone. HC1 QiHuSC^Cl + 70% KF HFSO3 + (C^Fs)!! CHF 2 CH2Br + NHj C 2 Cl8 + SbFs + SbF3Cl 2 ' 113 1 39 21 21 68 93 84 21 21 93 88 21 21 llf 21 113 21 21 96 91* 39 121 111 112 96 30 * References 97-153 appear on pp. 92-fl3. t The product may have been another isomer; the structure of the. trichloromethyl ether was not proved....
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