Chlorination of Amino Acids: Reaction Pathways and Reaction Rates.

@article{How2017ChlorinationOA,
  title={Chlorination of Amino Acids: Reaction Pathways and Reaction Rates.},
  author={Zuo Tong How and Kathryn L Linge and Francesco Busetti and Cynthia A Joll},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={51 9},
  pages={
          4870-4876
        }
}
Chlorination of amino acids can result in the formation of organic monochloramines or organic dichloramines, depending on the chlorine to amino acid ratio (Cl:AA). After formation, organic chloramines degrade into aldehydes, nitriles and N-chloraldimines. In this paper, the formation of organic chloramines from chlorination of lysine, tyrosine and valine were investigated. Chlorination of tyrosine and lysine demonstrated that the presence of a reactive secondary group can increase the Cl:AA… CONTINUE READING
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