The tendency of forming a charge transfer complex between furfuryl derivatives (2-methyl furan, furfuryl acetate, and Ethyl 2-furoate) and halides(Iodine, Iodine monochloride, and Trichloro bromo methane) was studied by means of ultra violet spectrophotometry. In case of furfuryl acetate the formation of the complex could not be distinctly detected by this method. Iodine and trichloro bromo methane could show a distinct formation of charge transfer complex in the U.V. region, whereas iodine monochloride shows a possibility of forming an addition compound rather than the charge transfer complex itself. The results were discussed in conjunction with the stability of the furfuryl ring.