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Nitrosulphonyl Chloride, NO2.SO2Cl

The acid chloride structurally derived from nitrosulphonic acid can be obtained by the interaction of thionyl chloride (or less simply chlorosulphonic acid) and silver nitrate:

SOCl2 + AgNO3 = AgCl + NO2.SO2Cl.

It may also be obtained by the action of nitrosyl chloride on sulphuric anhydride. It is a white, leafy, crystalline mass, somewhat resembling stearic acid in appearance. It is decomposed by moist air with formation of sulphuric, hydrochloric and nitric acids.

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