Treatment of dichlorophenylborine with acetic acid or acetic anhydride gives oxybis[acetoxyphenylborine].
Chlorodiphenylborine reacts with acetic anhydride with formation of acetoxydiphenylborine.
When Chlorodiphenylborine is treated with acetic acid, at first acetoxydiphenylborine is formed and, by further reaction with acetic acid, this is then converted into oxybis[acetoxyphenylborine].
Dichloro(p-chlorophenyl)borine reacts with acetic acid with formation of oxybis[acetoxy(p-chlorophenyl) borine].
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Mikhailov, B.M., Fedotov, N.S. Organoboron compounds Communication 24. Action of acetic acid and of acetic anhydride on dichlorophenyl-and chlorodiphenyl-borines. Russ Chem Bull 7, 832–834 (1958). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01150806
- Acetic Acid
- Acetic Anhydride