methoxide


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methoxide

[mə′thäk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound formed from a metal and the methoxy radical; an example is sodium methoxide. Also known as methylate.
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5 M sodium methoxide solution in methanol were purchased from Aldrich and were used as received.
One of the unique benefits of this process is that it does not require the use of sodium methoxide, a highly flammable and reactive chemical.
Methoxide catalyzed transesterification by NaOH in either anhydrous or aqueous MeOH led to a much lower degree of block structure to the product.
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2 M sodium methoxide and, after cooling, the solution was incubated at 80[degrees]C for 60 min with methanolic hydrochloric acid, which was prepared by slow addition of 10 ml acetyl chloride to 10 ml methanol.
The samples were prepared as methyl ester derivatives according to the method of Christie by using 0-5 normal sodium methoxide.
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The fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) were prepared by adding 7 ml of 50 [micro]l sodium methoxide (0.