SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF SOME CYANURIC CHLORIDE DERIVATIVES
BUREAU OF NAVAL WEAPONS WASHINGTON DC
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Cyanuric chloride was reacted with several negatively substituted primary alcohols. Completely substituted reaction products were obtained with trifluoroethanol, tribromoethanol, pentaerythritol trinitrate, and pentaerythritol dinitrate. Di- and tri-substituted products were obtained with 2-methyl-2-nitro-1-propanol which has a tertiary nitro group, whereas alcohols with primary and secondary nitro groups did not react. The reaction with the potassium salt of nitroform gave a product which gradually decomposed on standing. The monoperchlorate salt of trihydrazino-s-triazine was obtained, but attempts at the preparation of perchlorate derivatives of aminoazido-s-triazines were unsuccessful. Sensitivity and stability data are reported on some of the products.
- Organic Chemistry