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Investigation of the reaction of thionyl chloride with dimethylformamide
[7, 8], and in other reactions.
The Institute of Paper Chemistry
Majima and Simanuki (26) studied the reaction of thionyl chloride with various remove hydrogen chloride from the alcohol-thionyl chloride reaction.
57 4. PRODUCTION, IMPORT, USE, AND DISPOSAL 4.1
PREPARATION OF FIBROUS CELLULOSE FORMATE BY THE

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Thionyl chloride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thionyl chloride is an inorganic compound with the formula SOCl2. It is a reactive chemical reagent used in chlorination reactions.
Acyl chloride - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The reaction with thionyl chloride may be catalyzed by dimethylformamide.
Organic Chemistry II: Reaction of an alcohol with thionyl chloride
Jul 1, 2005 This is an example of a reaction involving thionyl chloride. The alcohol is halogenated with excess thionyl chloride to yield chloro lactone.
Alcohol Reactivity
Reactions of N-acylhydrazones with thionyl chloride
Reactions of N-acylhydrazones with thionyl chloride. Antigoni Kotali* and Ioannis S. Lafazanis.

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