THE REACTION OF HEXAFLUOROBENZENE WITH SODIUM AZIDE.
BALLISTIC RESEARCH LABS ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD
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Sodium azide was found to react with hexafluorobenzene in dimethylsulfoxide solution to yield two major products and one minor product. On the basis of infrared, ultraviolet and nmr spectra, elemental analysis, molecular weight, and catalytic hydrogenation, the major products are believed to be diazido tetra-fluorobenzene, and tetraazidodifluorobenzene. The minor product is believed to be hexaazidobenzene. Author
- Organic Chemistry