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Neophyl chloride (515-40-2)  
Neophyl chloride, C6H5C(CH3)2CH2Cl, is a halogenated organic compound with unusual nucleophilic substitution properties. Neophyl chloride is used to form a versatile organolithium reagent, neophyl lithium, by reaction with lithium.

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IODOBENZENE (591-50-4)  
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BENZONITRILE (100-47-0)  
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