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Triphenylmethyl chloride

|Section2={{Chembox Properties | Formula =C19H15Cl | MolarMass =278.7754 g/mol | Appearance =white to yellow solid | Density = 1.141g/cm3 | MeltingPtC =109 to 112 | BoilingPtC = 230 | BoilingPt_notes = (at 20 mmHg) and 374.3 °C (at 760 mmHg) | Solubility = | SolubleOther =soluble in chloroform, benzene, acetone,http://www.sciencelab.com/msds.php?msdsId=9925340 ether, THF, hexanehttps://www.scbt.com/scbt/product/trityl-chloride-76-83-5 }} |Section3={{Chembox Hazards | ExternalSDS = Corvine Chemicals MSDS | FlashPtC = 177.9 | AutoignitionPtC = }} }} Triphenylmethyl chloride or trityl chloride (TrCl) is a white solid with the chemical formula C19H15Cl. It is an alkyl halide, sometimes used to introduce the trityl protecting group.


Triphenylmethyl chloride is commercially available. It may be prepared by the reaction of triphenylmethanol with acetyl chloride, or by the Friedel-Crafts alkylation of benzene with carbon tetrachloride to give the trityl chloride-aluminium chloride adduct, which is then hydrolyzed.


Triphenylmethylsodium can be prepared from trityl chloride dissolved in an aprotic solvent and sodium: (C6H5)3CCl + 2 Na → (C6H5)3CNa + NaCl Reaction with silver hexafluorophosphate gives triphenylmethyl hexafluorophosphate.

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