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Sulfuryl Chloride Properties

Sulfuryl Chloride

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Description

 

Sulfuryl chloride is a compound composed of sulfur, oxygen, and chlorine. It is often used as a source of chlorine. It is widely used as a reagent in the conversion of C-H→ C-Cl adjacent to activating substituents such as carbonyls and sulfoxides. In industry, sulfuryl chloride is most used in producing pesticides.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Colorless liquid with a pungent odor
Boiling Point 69.4 °C
CAS Number 7791-25-5
Density 1.667 g/cm3
EINECS Number 232-245-6
HS Code 28121099
IUPAC Name Sulfuryl Chloride
InChI 1S/Cl2O2S/c1-5(2,3)4
InChIKey YBBRCQOCSYXUOC-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Melting Point -54.1 °C
Molar Mass 134.965 g/mol
Molecular Formula SO2Cl2
RTECS Number WT4870000
Refractive 1.4437
Related Compounds Thionyl Chloride;Chlorosulfonic Acid;Sulfuric Acid
Synonyms Sulfonyl Chloride;Sulfuric Chloride