Sulfuryl Chloride: A Versatile Alternative to Chlorine
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Sulfuryl chloride is a valuable alternative to chlorine gas in chlorination reactions;however, it is a neglected reagent in synthetic chemistry. Sulfuryl chloride is inexpensive(Aldrich, AUS$120/L) and easily handled in the laboratory.[1,2] Recently therehas been a growing popularity in its use as a chlorinating agent for the preparation ofpolymers, pharmaceuticals,[4,5] and agrochemicals. This article will concentrate onfree radical and ionic chlorinations using sulfuryl chloride.
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