benzyl bromide


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benzyl bromide

[′ben·zəl ′brō‚mīd]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH2Br A toxic, irritating, corrosive clear liquid with a boiling point of 198-199°C; acts as a lacrimator; soluble in alcohol, benzene, and ether; used to make foaming and frothing agents.
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In the case of an equimolar or 2/1 ratio of protected hydrazine and benzyl bromide, relatively poor yields ranging from 13% to 30% were obtained at room temperature.
A detailed study of mono-protected hydrazines using benzyl bromide was performed, and the most suitable conditions for these reactions were found.
Since MBT is a mono-functional nucleophile, it will react with the benzyl bromide sites forming nonreactive mercaptobenzothiazyl benzyl sulfides.
The reaction involves the hydrolysis of the bunte salt followed by the nucleophilic reaction of the bis(thiolate) with the benzyl bromides (figure 16).
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The effect of benzyl bromide (BzBr) groups in BIMS on adhesion to nylon and IR will be discussed in this work.
To test the first possibility, we react benzyl bromide (98%; used as received from Aldrich) with [Epsilon]-caprolactam (99+%; used as received from Aldrich):
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The very reactivity nature of the benzyl bromide functionality permits curing to proceed by a variety of paths.
H NMR and IR analysis of the polymer showed the complete conversion of the benzyl bromide to benzyl ester.