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Infrared photoreaction of 2-chloroethyltrifluorosilane

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Infrared photoreaction of 2-chloroethyltrifluorosilane

Infrared laser dissociation of 2-chloroethyltrifluorosilane has been studied in light of silicon isotopes separation. The reaction occurs via beta-elimination mechanism to yield ethylene and chlorotrifluorosilane as products. The dissociation has a relatively low energy barrier what was confirmed by high-level quantum chemical calculations. High enrichment of 30Si isotope was demonstrated.

► Infrared laser induces a reaction of 2-cloroethyltrifluorosilane. ► The reaction has a molecular beta-elimination mechanism. ► Silicon isotopes separation is realizable.

2-chloroethyltrifluorosilane; Infrared photodissociation; Silicon isotopes separation
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Infrared photoreaction of 2-chloroethyltrifluorosilane
Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry - Volume 222, Issue 1, 5 July 2011, Pages 77–80
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