ethoxide


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ethoxide

[e′thäk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound formed from ethanol by replacing the hydrogen of the hydroxy group by a monovalent metal. Also known as ethylate.
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He has developed an approach that involves mixing concentrated hydrochloric acid with titanium ethoxide, ethanol, and Pluronic[R] P123 (a block copolymer surfactant manufactured by BASF) to create a mesoporous titania film (the "meso-" prefix refers to pores of 2-50 nanometers in diameter).
Albemarle has introduced Diethylaluminum Ethoxide, which will be used primarily as a catalyst component in Ziegler-Natta type systems for olefin polymerization.
When treated with sodium ethoxide in ethanol, iso-LSD formed a C-8 carbanion.
Diethanolamine, sodium ethoxide (Rankem chemicals), adipic acid, boric acid, cobalt chloride hexahydrate, diethyl ether, xylene, sodium chloride, and all the solvents were used as obtained from Merck chemicals (India).
Albemarle has also added to its line of aluminum alkyls with the introduction of diethylaluminum ethoxide, which is used primarily as a catalyst component in Ziegler-Natta type systems for olefin polymerization.
To prepare PDTOFV, a Wittig reaction was performed in the presence or sodium ethoxide between monomer MI and fluorene Wittig salt (M2) in ethanol/CH[Cl.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Di-Ethyl Aluminium Ethoxide (Deae) To Gail Pata
The C--O bonds (from the ethoxide groups) are not affected by the strong electronic effect such as the induction effect.