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2-Chloroadamantane, also known as 1-Chlorotricyclo[,7)]decan-7-ol, is a chemical compound with the molecular formula C10H15Cl. It is a chlorinated derivative of adamantane, a bicyclic organic compound. 2-Chloroadamantane is a white solid that is insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents. It is primarily used as an intermediate in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals. 2-Chloroadamantane has also been investigated for its potential use in organic electronics and as a building block for novel materials. In addition, 2-Chloroadamantane has been studied for its antimicrobial properties and has shown potential as a fungicide and bactericide in agricultural applications. Please note that this information is for educational purposes only and should not be used as a basis for any chemical-related activities. Always consult with a professional for specific guidance on handling and using chemicals.

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The CAS Registry Mumber 7346-41-0 includes 7 digits separated into 3 groups by hyphens. The first part of the number,starting from the left, has 4 digits, 7,3,4 and 6 respectively; the second part has 2 digits, 4 and 1 respectively.
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According to Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) - Sixth revised edition

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Other names 2-adamantyl chloride

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7346-41-0Relevant articles and documents

Non-Heme-Iron-Mediated Selective Halogenation of Unactivated Carbon?Hydrogen Bonds

Bleher, Katharina,Comba, Peter,Faltermeier, Dieter,Gupta, Ashutosh,Kerscher, Marion,Krieg, Saskia,Martin, Bodo,Velmurugan, Gunasekaran,Yang, Shuyi

supporting information, (2021/12/09)

Oxidation of the iron(II) precursor [(L1)FeIICl2], where L1 is a tetradentate bispidine, with soluble iodosylbenzene (sPhIO) leads to the extremely reactive ferryl oxidant [(L1)(Cl)FeIV=O]+ with a cis disposition of the chlorido and oxido coligands, as observed in non-heme halogenase enzymes. Experimental data indicate that, with cyclohexane as substrate, there is selective formation of chlorocyclohexane, the halogenation being initiated by C?H abstraction and the result of a rebound of the ensuing radical to an iron-bound Cl?. The time-resolved formation of the halogenation product indicates that this primarily results from sPhIO oxidation of an initially formed oxido-bridged diiron(III) resting state. The high yield of up to >70 % (stoichiometric reaction) as well as the differing reactivities of free Fe2+ and Fe3+ in comparison with [(L1)FeIICl2] indicate a high complex stability of the bispidine-iron complexes. DFT analysis shows that, due to a large driving force and small triplet-quintet gap, [(L1)(Cl)FeIV=O]+ is the most reactive small-molecule halogenase model, that the FeIII/radical rebound intermediate has a relatively long lifetime (as supported by experimentally observed cage escape), and that this intermediate has, as observed experimentally, a lower energy barrier to the halogenation than the hydroxylation product; this is shown to primarily be due to steric effects.

Thiourea-Mediated Halogenation of Alcohols

Mohite, Amar R.,Phatake, Ravindra S.,Dubey, Pooja,Agbaria, Mohamed,Shames, Alexander I.,Lemcoff, N. Gabriel,Reany, Ofer

supporting information, p. 12901 - 12911 (2020/11/26)

The halogenation of alcohols under mild conditions expedited by the presence of substoichiometric amounts of thiourea additives is presented. The amount of thiourea added dictates the pathway of the reaction, which may diverge from the desired halogenation reaction toward oxidation of the alcohol, in the absence of thiourea, or toward starting material recovery when excess thiourea is used. Both bromination and chlorination were highly efficient for primary, secondary, tertiary, and benzyl alcohols and tolerate a broad range of functional groups. Detailed electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) studies, isotopic labeling, and other control experiments suggest a radical-based mechanism. The fact that the reaction is carried out at ambient conditions, uses ubiquitous and inexpensive reagents, boasts a wide scope, and can be made highly atom economic, makes this new methodology a very appealing option for this archetypical organic reaction.

KOtBu as a single electron donor? Revisiting the halogenation of alkanes with CBr4 and CCl4

Emery, Katie J.,Young, Allan,Arokianathar, J. Norman,Tuttle, Tell,Murphy, John A.

supporting information, (2018/05/22)

The search for reactions where KOtBu and other tert-alkoxides might behave as single electron donors led us to explore their reactions with tetrahalomethanes, CX4, in the presence of adamantane. We recently reported the halogenation of adamantane under these conditions. These reactions appeared to mirror the analogous known reaction of NaOH with CBr4 under phase-transfer conditions, where initiation features single electron transfer from a hydroxide ion to CBr4. We now report evidence from experimental and computational studies that KOtBu and other alkoxide reagents do not go through an analogous electron transfer. Rather, the alkoxides form hypohalites upon reacting with CBr4 or CCl4, and homolytic decomposition of appropriate hypohalites initiates the halogenation of adamantane.

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