Fluorosulfonyl-containing heterocyclic compounds
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When hexafluoroisobutenylidene sulfate is heated above 80°C, hexafluorodimethylketene is liberated and the inner anhydride of hexafluoro-α-pyrosulfoisobutyric acid (I) is formed. On storage, anhydride I is spontaneously isomerized to hexafluoroisobutenylidene pyrosulfate, which is converted to the mixed anhydride of pentafluoromethacrylic and fluoropyrosulfonic acids on heating above 130° for many hours. On heating above 160°, I is decarboxylated to give hexafluoropropane-2,2-disulfonic acid anhydride, which is inclined to isomerize to pentafluoropropene-2-pyrosulfonyl fluoride.
KeywordsSulfate Organic Chemistry Fluoride Anhydride Heterocyclic Compound
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