Fluorine-containingβ-sultones Communication 15. Alkyl fluorosulfates
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In the reactions of tetrafluoro-2-hydroxyethanesulfonicβ-sultone with methane sulfonyl chloride, with alkyl chlorosulfates, and with sulfuryl chloride trifluorovinyl chlorosulfate is formed together with the corresponding fluorosulfonyl compounds.
The reactions of fluorine-containingβ-sultones with alkyl chlorosulfates provide a general method for the preparation of previously inaccessible alkyl fluorosulfates.
The main functional peculiarity of alkyl fluorosulfates is their great alkylating power.
It was deduced that the fluorosulfonyloxy group has a refraction\(ROSO_2 F\) of 11.50.
KeywordsChloride Methane Refraction Sulfonyl Sulfonyl Chloride
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