Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series – Organic compounds – Phosphorus esters
558146, C07F 920
An improvement in the process for making a dialkyl phosphorochloridothioate from P.sub.2 S.sub.5, alkyl alcohol and chlorine in which the desired product is separated from the reaction mixture by distillation, leaving an unstable, acidic residue, wherein the residue is stabilized and neutralized by reaction with an organic base, thereby enhancing the value of the residue while avoiding potential environmental damage caused by disposal of the residue.
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Bounds Charles T.
Focht Gary D.
Harrod W. Brian
Ambrose Michael G.
Hammond Richard J.
Hansen Richard L.
Lee Mary C.
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