tert-butylamine


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tert-butylamine

[¦tərt ¦byüd·əl·ə¦mēn]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)3CNH2 A flammable liquid; boiling range 63-68°C; may be used in organic synthesis as an intermediate.
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BASF plans to invest in a second production plant for tert-Butylamine (tBA) at BASF Specialty Chemicals Co.
Scope: BASF SE plans to invest in a second production plant for tert-butylamine (tBA) at BASF Specialty Chemicals Co.
Cwiklinska, Volumetric behaviour of binary liquid mixtures of 2-methoxyethanol with n-butylamine, sec-butylamine and tert-butylamine, J.
Neergat, "Removal of surfactant and capping agent from Pd nanocubes (Pd-NCs) using tert-butylamine: its effect on electrochemical characteristics," Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol.
Under chronoamperometric experiments carried out at a constant applied potential of 0.95 V vs saturated calomel electrode, the linear range (r 2greater than0.995) was determined to be at least three decades and the limit of detection range from 26 mM (ethylamine) and 65 mM (tert-butylamine), for the investigated amino compounds.
Three differing nitrogen derivatives were used: cyclohexylamine, cyclopentylamine, and tert-butylamine: the cyclohexylamine and cyclopentylamine were used primarily for molecular studies, and the tert-butylamine was primarily used to determine feasibility for eventual pentaprismane synthesis.
Amine evolved Boiling Ingredients Primay Secondary point [degrees] C TMTD, TMTM Dimethylamine 7.4 TBBS tert-butylamine 44 TETD Dimethylamine 56 MBDS, MBS Morpholine 128 DTDM, OTOS Cyclohexylamine CBS Dibutylamine 135 [TB.sub.Z]TD Dibenzylamine 300(d)