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December 3, 2010
Going to Let Someone Else Do This One
Fluorinated compounds are always of interest to a medicinal chemist, and difluordioxolanes are perfectly reasonable things to put into a drug's structure. But any method that first uses thiophosgene (you can buy it easily, but here's a good old prep that gets across its fine qualities) and follows that up with bromine trifluoride (which shares many of the wonderful properties of its sibling). . .well, let me know how it goes, and do it far downwind of me.
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