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Fluorine gas for life science syntheses: green metrics to assess selective direct fluorination for the synthesis of 2-fluoromalonate esters

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Optimisation and real time reaction monitoring of the synthesis of 2-fluoromalonate esters by direct fluorination using fluorine gas is reported. An assessment of green metrics including atom economy and process mass intensity factors, demonstrates that the one-step selective direct fluorination process compares very favourably with established multistep processes for the synthesis of fluoromalonates.

Graphical abstract: Fluorine gas for life science syntheses: green metrics to assess selective direct fluorination for the synthesis of 2-fluoromalonate esters

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Submitted
19 Feb 2015
Accepted
17 Mar 2015
First published
17 Mar 2015

This article is Open Access

Green Chem., 2015,17, 3000-3009
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Fluorine gas for life science syntheses: green metrics to assess selective direct fluorination for the synthesis of 2-fluoromalonate esters

A. Harsanyi and G. Sandford, Green Chem., 2015, 17, 3000
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC00402K

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