1983 Volume 56 Issue 12 Pages 3615-3619
In order to confirm whether or not pyrolytic sulfurization gas chromatography can be applied to organophos-phorus compounds, many kinds of organophosphorus compounds were examined; C-rich compounds gave satisfactory results while C-poor ones gave lower oxygen values. The application limit of this method to various organophosphorus compounds was determined by the use of the C/O value and a structural factor for a sample, and the application limit was established. The structural factor of a sample varied with the kind of X1, X2, X3, and X4 in the general formula X1X2X3P=X4, where X1=OH, OR, R; X2=OH, OR′, R′; X3=OH, OR″, R″; and X4=O, S.
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