Reaction of bis- (hydroxymethyl) phosphinic acid with phosphorus pentachloride
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A study was made of the reaction of bis-(hydroxymethyl)phosphinic acid with PC15 in phosphorus oxychloride medium in the temperature range from 60 to 100°.
On the basis of the experimental data a reaction mechanism was proposed, which explains the formation of the di(acid chloride) of chloromethylphosphonic acid and methyl chloride.
KeywordsMethyl Chloride Experimental Data Phosphorus Reaction Mechanism
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