HNO3/N,N-Diethylethanaminium-2-(Sulfooxy)Ethyl Sulfate as an Efficient System for the Regioselective of Aromatic Compounds

Document Type: Research Article


Institute of Industrial Chemistry, Iranian Research Organization fro Science and Technology, Tehran, I.R. IRAN


N,N-diethylethanaminium-2-(sulfooxy) ethyl sulfate was synthesized and used as  an efficient, green, and recyclable catalyst and solvent for the nitration of aromatic compounds by nitric acid at 80oC


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