Triethylamine resin (MP), beads, macroporous 330-1225 µm, 15-50 mesh, (>90% within), Used as acid scavenger for acidic residues, for removing carboxylic acid impurities Loading: 3.4-3.6 mmol/gSupplier: Supra Sciences
Solid supported tertiary amine useful in all acid scavenging protocols.
Triethylamine Resin, MP, is a macroporous polystyrene resin functionalized with a triethylamine end group. It is a polymer bound equivalent of triethylamine and is capable of all reactions associated with its non-bound counterpart. It is commonly utilized as an acid scavenger useful for sequestering acidic residues as they are generated during reactions, allowing for one-pot synthesis of amides and sulfonamides from acyl/sulfonyl halides. Simple filtration provides the desired products, while acids and unreacted starting materials remain bound to the polymer. Use of excess Triethylamine Resin effectively liberates amines from their salts including salicyclate, formate and acetate salts. The resin has been found very effective in removing both aliphatic and aromatic carboxylic acid impurities in bulk applications. G
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|Particle size||330-1225 μm (15-50 mesh)|