A kinetic study was carried out on the reaction of fluoride ion with O,S-diethyl methylphosphonate in polar, aprotic solvents which enhance the reactivity of the fluoride ion.
Regression equations were obtained which permit prediction of the reactivity of the fluoride ion in different solvents relative to the rate constants of reactions with anionic nucleophiles.
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Bel'skii, V.E., Sakulin, G.S. Reactivity of the fluoride ion in polar aprotic solvents. Russ Chem Bull 34, 204–205 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01157360
- Kinetic Study
- Aprotic Solvent
- Polar Aprotic Solvent