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Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA), compared with the traditional chlorine preparations

The bromonium ion has different C-Br bonds, being the benzylic carbon-bromine distance greater and hence with a partial positive charge more significant than in the case of the chloronium ion. This is due to the larger size of the bromine atom, damaging the overlapping of the orbitals responsible for the second C-Br bond. This higher carbocationic character of the intermediate favors the displacement of the equilibrium to the formation of carbocation and consequent rotation of the C-C bond, followed by decarboxylation, which explains the higher yields of the reactions performed with TBCA, compared with Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA).
Our group started studying the formation of the π-complex between Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) with the cinnamate anion, assuming that the acid-base reaction is faster than other chemical reactions. Thus, the reacting species would be the cinnamate anion and the reaction will take in place at the aqueous phase. In this π-complex, the distance between the nearest chlorine atom in TCCA to the double bond is 2.998 ?.
Trichloroisocyanuric Acid (TCCA) (referred to TCCA) is an efficient, low toxicity, broad spectrum sanitizers. Compared with the traditional chlorine preparations (such as chlorine, bleaching powder, calcium hypochlorite) with chlorine content, high sterilization bleaching efficiency, storage stability, shaping and safe to use, and use of the process without frequent feeding.