Organofluorine Chemistry: Principles and Commercial by R.E. Banks, B.E. Smart, J.C. Tatlow

By R.E. Banks, B.E. Smart, J.C. Tatlow

During the previous fifteen years advertisement curiosity in compounds containing carbon­ fluorine bonds has burgeoned past all expectancies, ordinarily as a result of enterprise possibilities bobbing up from paintings on biologically energetic fluoroorganics-particularly agrochemicals, the relentless look for new markets for fluoropolymers and fluoro­ carbon fluids, advancements within the box of scientific diagnostics, and the force to discover replacements for ozone-depleting CFCs and Halon fire-extinguishing brokers. Judging the placement to warrant the book of a accomplished number of updated stories facing advertisement organofluorine compounds inside a unmarried quantity of attainable dimension (and as a result average cost), we have been overjoyed to be invited through Plenum Publishing company to supply an appropriate publication. for you to offer an real and wide-ranging account of present advertisement functions of fluoroorganic fabrics, it truly was once essential to gather a monstrous crew of an expert contributing authors chosen nearly solely from undefined. via their efforts we have now been capable of produce a virtually whole assurance of the modem organofluorochemicals company in a fashion designed to draw a reader­ send starting from specialists within the box, via chemists and technologists presently ignorant of the level of commercial involvement with fluoroorganics, to scholars of utilized chemistry. Promised chapters devoted to perfluoroolefin oxides and 18F labeling of radiopharmaceuticals did not materialize. this is often just a little unlucky in view of our goal to accomplish entire assurance of the subject.

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Fortunately, this was shown to be due to the presence of phosgene, which arose because all the other bottles were contaminated with a double salt having water of crystallization! Once phosgene had been washed out, the excellent properties ofCF2Ch (later called Freon® 12 by Du Pont) were revealed. ) Interestingly, Swarts himself did not report this exact fluorination, but characterized CF2Ch as a minor product of a reaction between CHF2CH20H and Ch. 3. Another Fortunate Accident: The Discovery of Poly(tetrafluoroethylene) WIFE) In 1938, R.

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