Sodium tert-butoxide is a stronger base (than primary and secondary alcoholates) and a non-nucleophilic base. It is flammable and moisture sensitive. It forms clusters in the solid state, both hexamers and nonamers, It is similar in reactivity to the more common potassium tert-butoxide.
The compound is produced by treating tert-butyl alcohol with sodium hydride.
|Sodium tert-butoxide is used as:
A promoter for the synthesis of biaryls by C-H bond arylation of aromatic compounds with haloarenes.
A base in palladium catalyzed amination reactions.
A base in the synthesis of aryl tert-butyl ethers from unactivated aryl halides in presence of palladium catalyst.
In the desulfonylation of N-indoles and N-azaindoles.
As a base in the synthesis of sodium acrylates from olefins and CO2.
|It acts as a catalyst in polymerization and isomerization reactions.
|In organic synthesis, it serves as an intermediate in various reactions like condensation, rearrangement and ring-opening.
|Further, it finds use in agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, colorants, aroma chemicals, detergents and biodiesel.
|White to off-white powder
|Total alkalinity (Calculated as NTB)
|NaOH + Na2CO3
(Calculated as NaOH)
UN approved packing
– 100 gm to 500 gm for sample
– 1 kg
– 5 kg
– 10 kg (2 x 5 kg)
– 50 kg (10 x 5 kg)
– Any other packing as per customer request
NTB should be stored in a cool place away from heat, sparks and flame.
NTB offered by ExSyn is registered under EU REACH regulations.
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