From: Jacob Zabicky (zabicky$##$bgumail.bgu.ac.il)
Date: Fri Mar 12 2004 - 19:57:58 EST
Kinetically phosgene would have the upper hand, however, in slow
processes there should be no big difference on this respect. On the big
scale, it is certainly cheaper and probably safer to handle reloadable
gas cylinders than the bulk hazardous solid. On the lab scale, it's a
matter of personal taste, whether you prefer to work with a gas or a
solid; both methods are hazardous and the price gets even due to the
difficulties of shipping back small empty cylinders.
All the best
On Mar 11, 2004, at 18:04, Dr. Tushar Mehta wrote:
> Can we use triphosgene instead of phosgene in every reaction which
> reported with phosgene if yes than why people still use phosgene in
> some reaction
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