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  • Published date: March 11, 2019
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Halogenation represents a chemical reaction that is involved in the process of introducing halogen atoms to an organic compound molecules. Halohydrocarbons, which has a widely application in various fields including food production, heavy industry, consume goods manufacturing and the pharmaceutical industry, may be the featured application of halogenation. By introducing halogen atoms into the molecular structure of certain compounds, the physicochemical properties and even the pharmacological activity can be dramatically changed or enhanced.

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