2-Bromonitrobenzene is an aromatic compound and a pale-yellow powder that easily absorbs moisture. By virtue of its rather low melting point, it may appear as semi-liquid under high ambient temperatures. The nitro-group containing haloaromatic has numerous end-uses in pharmaceuticals, value-added intermediates, and other industry verticals.
|Its production involves 2 steps:
|First, 2-nitroaniline is diazotized in presence of cuprous bromide.
|In the second step, excess copper salt is removed to yield 2-bromonitrobenzene.
Applications in APIs
The aromatic is consumed in a process that results into diarylamino-1,3,5-triazine derivative, which in turn possesses anti-angiogenic activity.
Applications in Intermediate Syntheses
2-Bromonitrobenzene is consumed in synthesis of intermediate products such as:
The aromatic exhibits further versatility as:
|Precursor of phenyl mixed anhydrides which are couplers in peptide synthesis
|Dehydrating agent to convert amides into nitriles
|Pale to light yellow powder
|Purity by GC
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
5 x 5 kg HDPE bags in 50 liters UN-approved HDPE drum.
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