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Chloroformates


Chloroformates are a class of organic compounds that can be formally described as esters of chloroformic acid. Most are colourless, volatile liquids that degrade in moist air. The most widely used method of preparation is the reaction of phosgene or triphosgene with alcohols and phenols. They are versatile intermediates in the synthesis of organic compounds and often used as reagents to introduce protecting groups (Fmoc, Boc, Cbz etc.).

Product nameStructureCAS#G-code
NewHexan-3-yl chloroformateStructure of Hexan-3-yl chloroformate[58906-62-0]GEO-04561
New2-Ethylbutyl chloroformateStructure of 2-Ethylbutyl chloroformate[58906-64-2]GEO-04481
1-Chloro-2-methylpropyl chloroformateStructure of 1-Chloro-2-methylpropyl chloroformate[92600-11-8]GEO-04245
3-(Trifluoromethyl)phenyl chloroformateStructure of 3-(Trifluoromethyl)phenyl chloroformate[95668-29-4]GEO-03757
2-Chlorophenyl chloroformate[19358-41-9]GEO-03777
2-Fluoroethyl carbonochloridate[462-27-1]GEO-03701
Ethylenebis (chloroformate)[124-05-0]GEO-03220
Cyclobutyl chloroformate[81228-87-7]GEO-03143
Tri(ethylene glycol) bis(chloroformate)Structure of Tri(ethylene glycol) bis(chloroformate)[17134-17-7]GEO-02364
Bisphenol A bis(chloroformate)[2024-88-6]GEO-00361
4-Methoxycarbonylphenyl chloroformateStructure of 4-Methoxycarbonylphenyl chloroformate[31140-40-6]GEO-01675