Accession Number:

AD0431871

Title:

RESEARCH ON NEW OXIDANTS AND MECHANISMS OF OXIDANTS.

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Semi-annual rept. no. 1, 1 Jun-1 Dec 63,

Corporate Author:

PENNSALT CHEMICALS CORP PHILADELPHIA PA

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Report Date:

1963-12-01

Pagination or Media Count:

27.0

Abstract:

Reactions of ClO3F with a number of selected organic compounds were studied. The following compounds were not attacked by ClO3F pyridine, tributyl phosphate, methyl benzilate, dimethyl methylphosphonate, and O,O,S - triethyl phosphorothiolate. Piperidine reacted to form the unstable, explosive N-perchloryl piperidine, the first known member of a new class of organic compounds. N-perchloryl piperidine slowly hydrolyzes in base to isotripiperideine-N-oxide. Dimethyl sulfide reacts violently with ClO3F but the reaction can be controlled by the use of solvents or of low gas flow rates of ClO3F. O,O-Diethyl phosphorodithiolate reacts with ClO3F to form at least two condensed species an oil and crystals. Triethylene diamine reacts with ClO3F to form an unstable, hygroscopic complex of the type NC2H43NClO3F-. In contrast triethylamine undergoes an exothermic reaction with ClO3F. Author

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