Boron chloride and methoxyamine hydrochloride were reacted in refluxing chlorobenzene. The reaction product was then identified as possibly being N-trimethoxy-B-trichloroborazine. The identification was made by comparing the Infra-re spectrum of the reaction product with the spectra of N-trimethyl-B-trichloroborzaine, methoxyamine hydrocholoride and, the addition compond MeNH2-BC13.
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Konig, Robert J., "Reaction of Boron Chloride with Methoxyamine Hydrochloride" (1996). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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