Reactions of titanium(IV) chloride with formic acid

Paul, R. C. ; Kumar, R. C. ; Baidya, O. B. ; Kapoor, R. (1978) Reactions of titanium(IV) chloride with formic acid Australian Journal of Chemistry, 31 (2). pp. 425-429. ISSN 0004-9425

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Titanium(IV) chloride reacts with formic acid to give the disubstituted product, Cl2Ti(OOCH)2, at low temperatures and the hydrolysed product (OH)2Ti(OOCH)2 at higher temperatures. These compounds have been characterized by elementary analysis, infrared and thermal measurements. The possibility of these solvolysed products acting as Lewis acids has also been explored.

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