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The term “sulfonium salt” is applied to compounds which contain a tricoordinate sulfur atom bearing a positive charge on sulfur. Sulfonium salts therefore have the general structure: ABCSX̄. This is the most general description of sulfonium salts; this chapter will deal with those sulfonium salts in which at least two of the bonds to sulfur are from carbon. In most instances the third bond to sulfur will also be from carbon, but mention will be made of salts with bonds from sulfur to oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, halogen, and hydrogen.

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Sulfonium Group Alkyl Halide Phenyl Sulfide Onium Salt Sulfonium Salt 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. J. M. Stirling
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity College of North WalesBangorUK

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