|Product name||Sodium ethoxide|
Appearance：White to pale brown solid
Stability：Reacts violently with acids, water. Incompatible with chlorinated solvents, moisture. Absorbs carbon dioxide from the air. Highly flammable.
Storage Condition：Store at R.T.
Vapor Density：1.6 (vs air)
Vapor Pressure：<0.1 mm Hg ( 20 °C)
CAS NO:141-52-6 is a colorless liquid referred to as a tert-Butylamine. It has a boiling point of 24.6ºC and a melting point of -108.6ºC and is insoluble in water. It is an important industrial chemical and is used in the production of other amines, esters, urethanes, and sulfonamides.
It is a flammable material, and an unpleasant odor is emitted when it is vaporized. For this reason, it is important to store tert-Butylamine in a cool, dry and well-ventilated location away from potential ignition sources and out of the reach of children.
Tert-Butylamine can be used as a catalyst in organic reactions such as the Malonate Synthesis and the Aldol Condensation. It is also used in the production of paints, dyes and rubber products. It can be used as an intermediate in the production of pharmaceuticals, pesticides and specialty chemicals.
Tert-Butylamine is a powerful amine base used in a variety of industrial chemical processes. It has a role as an intermediate in the production of sulfonamides and other amines. It can also be used as a solvent in the production of soaps and detergents. As an industrial chemical, tert-Butylamine is a highly reactive compound that can react with air and water to form hazardous compounds. For this reason, it should be handled with care and appropriate safety precautions should be taken.
Upon inhalation, tert-Butylamine can cause irritation and damage to the respiratory system and eyes. Ingestion of the chemical can result in severe irritation and corrosion of the digestive tract, and contact with skin can cause irritation, blistering, and burns. It is therefore recommended to wear protective gear such as eye protection and gloves when handling tert-Butylamine.