Methyl magnesium chloride is the simplest of Grignard’s reagents. The neat molecule is sensitive to air and moisture. Therefore, it is offered as solution in THF with variable molarity values. At low temperature, it may crystallize out as THF complex and regain solution form at ambient temperature.
The product is manufactured by reaction of chloromethane with magnesium in anhydrous diethyl ether. The synthesis generally requires presence of an initiator.
|Methyl (chloro) magnesium
Magnesium carbanide chloride
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|Selective methylation agent for aldehydes, ketones, and carbonyls in organic syntheses
|Dark brown to grey coloured liquid
|2.90 – 3.30
Stored at ambient temperature under nitrogen blanket
190 kg UN approved HDPE drums
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