Trimethylaluminium belongs to class of organometallics. It is a highly reactive chemical and its solution in toluene is normally used to facilitate workability. Its general applications are in cross coupling and carboalumination reactions.
The organometallic is manufactured from metallic aluminium either by reaction with methylmercury or with chloromethane.
|Imidocarb Dipropionate, an antiprotozoal agent
|Co-catalyst in polyolefin synthesis
|forms a series of carbonyl compounds with 4-bromo-2,6-di-t-butylphenol
|In preparation of Tebbe Reagent
|Produces luminous trail in upper atmosphere to track rockets
|As a precursor for MOCVD method in semi-conductors
|Clear or slightly hazy pale yellow liquid
|Soluble in organic liquids
|Density at 25 deg cel
|0.800 – 0.820
|1.83 – 1.98
|16.30 – 17.60
|36.3 – 37.4
At 15 – 25 °C, air sensitive. It is shipped in reefer container.
90 kg UN-approved cylinder
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