Fluoroolefin oxides. 1. A new method of synthesis of perfluorinated epoxyalkanes
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A new, convenient method has been developed for the epoxidation of terminal and internal perfluoroolefins by alkali and alkaline-earth hypohalites in alkaline solution in the presence of aprotic solvents.
In the presence of nucleophilic and electrophilic catalysts the oxides of internal perfluoroolefins are isomerized to ketones.
KeywordsOxide Ketone Epoxidation Alkaline Solution Convenient Method
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