Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1968

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Chemistry

Committee Chair

L. Clint Duncan

Second Committee Member

Helmi S. Habib

Third Committee Member

Richard W. Hasbrouck

Abstract

The reaction of C6H5SF3, CSF and C12 was studied under a variety of conditions. The reaction run in the presence of a trace of water yielded C6H5SO2F and C1C6H4SO2F. The reaction run in stainless steel at 170°C yielded an amber solid believed to be a polymer with the empirical formula C6H3.67SF2. Chlorination of a C6H5SF3-CSF mixture in monel at 220°C yielded a yellow liquid tentatively identified as a mixture of the new species C6H5SF4C1, FC6H4SF4C1 and C1C6H4SF4C1.

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