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The aromatic fluorocarbons and their derivatives

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0160-9327
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Abstract Recent synthetic work has made many new aromatic fluorocarbons available. These can be converted into various derivatives with different functional groups—hexafluorobenzene, for example, gives derivatives of general formula C 6F 5.X. The directional effects that operate when a pentafluorophenyl compound (C 6F 5.X) is substituted a second time to give a difunctional derivative (Y.C 6F 4.X) are now being investigated. These new fluorine compounds are interesting in their own right and in addition, may lead to materials of commercial significance.

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