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- Ethylmagnesium bromide is a Grignard reagent with formula C2H5MgBr. It is widely used in the laboratory synthesis of organic compounds. Apart from acting...
- with bis(2-chloroethyl)methylamine, followed by reaction with ethylmagnesium bromide, and finally O-demethylation with hydrobromic acid. Because...
- methamphetamine) Organomagnesium halides (Grignard reagents) (e.g. ethylmagnesium bromide and phenylmagnesium bromide) (phencyclidine) Phenylethanolamine...
- reagents. Examples of Grignard reagents are phenylmagnesium bromide and ethylmagnesium bromide. The Grignard reagents function as a common nucleophile, attacking...
- the laboratory it can be prepared via Grignard reaction by reacting ethylmagnesium bromide with acetaldehyde in dried diethyl ether or tetrahydrofuran...
- Grignard reagent tert-butylmagnesium bromide with ethyl bromide, or of ethylmagnesium bromide with tert-butyl bromide in the presence of manganese(II) ions...
- the electronics industry. Tetraethyltin can be obtained by reacting ethylmagnesium bromide with tin(IV) chloride: SnCl4 + 4 (C2H5)MgBr → (CH3CH2)4Sn +...
- results from the reaction of mercury chloride with two equivalents of ethylmagnesium bromide, a conversion that would typically be conducted in diethyl ether...
- synthesis of the tranquilizer emylcamate. It can be prepared by reacting ethylmagnesium bromide with methyl acetate in the so-called Grignard reaction using...
- Isopropoxide-Catalyzed Formation of 1-Substituted Cyclopropanols in the Reaction of Ethylmagnesium Bromide with Methyl Alkanecarboxylates". Synthesis. 1991 (3): 234. doi:10...
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