Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry

Ignat'ev NV, Bader J, Koppe K, Hoge B, Willner H (2015)
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 171: 36-45.

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Electrochemical fluorination (Simons process) provides a cheap industrial access to a series of tris(perfluoroalkyl)difluorophosphoranes. These substances are a convenient starting material for the preparation of various perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus compounds. The preparation of a variety of new salts and ionic liquids with perfluoroallcyl-fluorophosphate (FAP) and perfluoroalkyl-phosphinate anions is described. The tris(perfluoroalkyl)difluorophosphoranes, (R-F)(3)PF2, are strong Lewis acids which are of interest for the application in catalysis. The syntheses of various derivatives of bis(perfluoroalkyl)phosphinic acids, (R-F)(2)P(O)OH, are presented. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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Ignat'ev NV, Bader J, Koppe K, Hoge B, Willner H. Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 2015;171:36-45.
Ignat'ev, N. V., Bader, J., Koppe, K., Hoge, B., & Willner, H. (2015). Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 171, 36-45.
Ignat'ev, N. V., Bader, J., Koppe, K., Hoge, B., and Willner, H. (2015). Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 171, 36-45.
Ignat'ev, N.V., et al., 2015. Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 171, p 36-45.
N.V. Ignat'ev, et al., “Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry”, Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, vol. 171, 2015, pp. 36-45.
Ignat'ev, N.V., Bader, J., Koppe, K., Hoge, B., Willner, H.: Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 171, 36-45 (2015).
Ignat'ev, N. V., Bader, Julia, Koppe, K., Hoge, Berthold, and Willner, H. “Recent progress in perfluoroalkyl-phosphorus chemistry”. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 171 (2015): 36-45.
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