methyl carbonate

methyl carbonate

[′meth·əl ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
CO(OCH3)2 Water-insoluble, colorless liquid boiling at 91°C; has pleasant odor; miscible with acids and alkalies; used as a chemical intermediate.
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Objective: The use of isosorbide (is), A still a low market volume bio-based chemical but with a high cumulative annual growing rate of 10.9%, In the manufacturing of intermediate building blocks and high volume polymers, Such as polycarbonates, Has some drawbacks that could be overcome by using isosorbide bis(methyl carbonate) (ibmc), A barely explored is secondary building block which is proposed to enhance is value chain.
The chemical shift at 3.9 ppm (d) was assigned to the hydrogen resonance in methyl carbonate generated from the transesterification of PC and PMMA, and the ones at 5.7 and 6.3 ppm (c) were ascribed to the hydrogen resonance of the unsaturated acrylic carbonate generated by transesterification of PC and MMA.
Dosage control in wine can be checked by two different methods; measuring increased methanol concentration from DMDC use or determination of ethyl methyl carbonate.
Perosa, "Mono-N-methylation of primary amines with alkyl methyl carbonates over Y faujasites.