Process for detection of organosulfur compounds and apparatus therefor

  • US 4,847,207 A
  • Filed: 02/16/1988
  • Issued: 07/11/1989
  • Est. Priority Date: 08/28/1986
  • Status: Expired due to Fees
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1. A process for the selective detection of an organosulfur compound having at least one fluorine-reactive hydrogen atom and at least one sulfur atom, which process comprises reacting in gaseous medium under reduced pressure an effective amount of molecular fluorine with said organosulfur compound to form vibrationally excited hydrogen fluoride therefrom, and detecting the chemiluminescence at 650-750 nm which is produced when said excited hydrogen fluoride decays to its ground state.

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