4-(Dimethylamino)pyridine (DMAP) is an efficient and versatile acylation catalyst. Besides, it find uses in other chemical reactions as well as in production of APIs, agrochemicals, and intermediates.
The product is commercially manufactured by methylation of 4-pyridinamine. Alternatively, it is produced by ammonolysis of 4-hydroxypyridine followed by the methylation.
Applications in APIs
|DMAP is consumed in production of APIs such as:
|Abacavir (nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor)
|Ivacaftor (Cystic Fibrosis Treatment)
|Paclitaxel (anti-Caner, antineoplastic)
Applications in Agrochemicals
|The dimethylated pyridine is used to produce agrochemicals:
Applications in Intermediates
|DMAP is also a KRM for the synthesis of the following intermediates:
It also acts as a catalyst in some alkylation, etherification, and esterification reactions.
|White to off-white crystalline solid
|Identifications by GC
|Retention time of the major peak matches with that of the reference standard
|Moisture by KF
|Purity by GC
|Assay by chemical method
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
25 kg fibre drum.
DMAP offered by ExSyn is registered under EU REACH regulations.
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