Monobromoamine and dibromoamine were prepared in ether solution by the reaction of bromine with ammonia in ether solution at the temperature attainable with a mixture of dry ice and acetone. An ethereal solution of monochloroamine in concentration of one mole per liter was prepared by the action of sodium hypochlorite on ammonia. Pure liquid nitrosyl chloride was prepared by the action of dry hydrogen chloride with nitrosyl sulfuric acid. Apparatus and methods for the preparation, purification, and analysis of these substances were illustrated and described.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Coleman, George H. and Goheen, Gilbert E.
"The Preparation and Analysis of Monobromoamine, Dibromoamine, Monochloroamine, and Nitrosylchloride,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 43(1), 178-178.
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