haloalkane

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haloalkane

[¦ha·lō¦al‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
Halogenated aliphatic hydrocarbon.
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Table 2 reports comparisons between the proposed modification of the Pitzer method and the Tsonopoulos method for alkyl halides, mercaptans, sulphides, disulphides and ethers representing the class of slightly polar compounds.
Despite the evaluation of ferrocene derivatives as potential photoinitiators, research delineating the kinetics of the charge transfer complexation of ferrocences with alkyl halides has been lacking.