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Acid Halides

Acid halides are ordinarily derived from acids or their salts by replacement of hydroxyl groups by halogen atoms. The carboxylic acid halides are also called halides. The acid halides are highly reactive substances used primarily in organic syntheses to introduce the acyl group. They react with water, ammonia, and alcohols to give carboxylic acids, amides, and esters, respectively. Most of the Acid halides supplies by Pallav Chemicals are liquids, insoluble in water. They have sharp odours and irritate the mucous membranes.

Pallav Chemicals product range includes common acid halides of inorganic acids such as chlorosulfonic acid, sulfuryl chloridethionyl chloride, phosphorus trichloride and phosphorus oxychloride

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Code Product Name UN NO. IMCO CAS NO. MSDS COAs
00041 Acetyl Bromide (for Synthesis) 1716 8 506-96-7
00042 Acetyl Bromide AR 506-96-7
00043 Acetyl Chloride (for Synthesis) 1717 3,8 75-36-5
00389 Benzoyl Chloride 1736 8 98-88-4
00390 Benzoyl Chloride AR 1736 8 98-88-4
00750 Chloro Acetyl Chloride 1752 6.1,8 79-04-9
00786 Chlorosulphonic Acid (For Synthesis) 1754 8 7790-94-5
01157 Ethyl Chloroformate (For Synthesis) 1182 6.1,3,8 541-41-3
00573 iso-Butylchloroformate (For Synthesis) 2742 6.1,3,8 543-27-1
00590 iso-Butyryl Chloride (For Synthesis) 2395 3,8 79-30-1