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TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY

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TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY. / CLARK, J H ; SMITH, H .

In: JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY, Vol. 61, No. 3, 04.1993, p. 223-231.

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CLARK, JH & SMITH, H 1993, 'TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY', JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY, vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 223-231.

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CLARK, J. H., & SMITH, H. (1993). TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY. JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY, 61(3), 223-231.

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CLARK JH, SMITH H. TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY. JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY. 1993 Apr;61(3):223-231.

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CLARK, J H ; SMITH, H . / TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY. In: JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY. 1993 ; Vol. 61, No. 3. pp. 223-231.

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title = "TRIFLUOROMETHYLTHIOCOPPER - STABILITY AND REACTION CHEMISTRY",
abstract = "Trifluoromethylthiocopper, a useful reagent for the introduction of the SCF3 group, decomposes in the presence of oxygen and a solvent or a support material. The decomposition results in the formation of Cu2S and (CF3)2S2.",
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journal = "JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY",
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