Cyanuric chloride

cyanuric trichloride
Cyanuric chloride is an organic compound with the formula (NCCl) 3.wikipedia
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Trimer (chemistry)

trimertrimerstrimerization
It is the trimer of cyanogen chloride.
Cyanuric chloride and the bromide trimerizes at elevated temperatures over a carbon catalyst:

Atrazine

Altrazine
Cyanuric chloride is the main precursor to the popular but controversial herbicide atrazine.
Atrazine is prepared from cyanuric chloride, which is treated sequentially with ethylamine and isopropyl amine.

Cyanogen chloride

ClCN
It is the trimer of cyanogen chloride. Cyanuric chloride is prepared in two steps from hydrogen cyanide via the intermediacy of cyanogen chloride, which is trimerized at elevated temperatures over a carbon catalyst:
The compound trimerizes in the presence of acid to the heterocycle called cyanuric chloride.

Simazine

Other triazine herbicides, such as simazine, anilazine and cyromazine are made in an analogous way.
Simazine may be prepared in the laboratory from cyanuric chloride crystals and a strong solution of ethyl amine (at least 50 percent by number in water).

1,3,5-Triazine

dihydro-1,3,5-triazinetriazines-triazine
This white solid is the chlorinated derivative of 1,3,5-triazine.
2,4,6-Trichloro-1,3,5-triazine (cyanuric chloride) is the starting point for the manufacture of many herbicides such as Simazine and atrazine.

Swern oxidation

SwernMoffatt–SwernSwern condition
Cyanuric Chloride can also be used as an alternative to oxalyl chloride in the Swern oxidation.
With cyanuric chloride or trifluoroacetic anhydride instead of oxalyl chloride, the reaction can be warmed to −30 °C without side reactions.

Trithiazyl trichloride

thiazyl chloride
*Thiazyl chloride trimer - structural analogue with sulfur atoms in-place of carbon
In contrast, with six fewer electrons, cyanuric chloride is a planar ring.

Graphitic carbon nitride

graphitic forms of the carbon nitridegraphitic Carbon
Graphitic carbon nitride can also be prepared by electrodeposition on Si(100) substrate from a saturated acetone solution of cyanuric trichloride and melamine (ratio =1: 1.5) at room temperature.

Triazine

triazines1,2,4-Triazine1,2,3-Triazine
Another important triazine is cyanuric chloride (2,4,6-trichloro-1,3,5-triazine).

Acyl chloride

acid chlorideacid chloridesacyl chlorides
and the use of cyanuric chloride (C 3 N 3 Cl 3 ):

Beckmann rearrangement

rearrangesSemmler-WolffSemmler-Wolff reaction
Beckmann rearrangement can be rendered catalytic using cyanuric chloride and zinc chloride as a co-catalyst.

Sodium cyanide

NaCNsodiumcyanides
Several commercially significant chemical compounds are derived from cyanide, including cyanuric chloride, cyanogen chloride, and many nitriles.

Cyanuric triazide

triazidotriazine
Cyanuric triazide can be synthesized via an alkyl elimination reaction using cyanuric trichloride with an excess of sodium azide refluxed in acetone solution.

Compounds of carbon

carbon compoundsinorganic carbon compoundinorganic
Cyanuric chloride is the trimer of cyanogen chloride and 2-cyanoguanidine is the dimer of cyanamide.

Chemically modified electrode

The common agents to use in this method include organosilanes and cyanuric chloride.

Organic compound

syntheticorganicorganic compounds
Cyanuric chloride is an organic compound with the formula (NCCl) 3.

Chemical formula

formulamolecular formulageneral formula
Cyanuric chloride is an organic compound with the formula (NCCl) 3.

Organochloride

organochlorinechlorinated hydrocarbonorganochlorine compound
This white solid is the chlorinated derivative of 1,3,5-triazine.

Hydrogen cyanide

prussic acidhydrocyanic acidHCN
Cyanuric chloride is prepared in two steps from hydrogen cyanide via the intermediacy of cyanogen chloride, which is trimerized at elevated temperatures over a carbon catalyst:

Nucleophile

nucleophilicnucleophilic attacknucleophilicity
Such reactions rely on the easy displacement of the chloride with nucleophiles such as amines:

Anilazine

Other triazine herbicides, such as simazine, anilazine and cyromazine are made in an analogous way.