CAS RN: 60-29-7 | Product Number: D3479 Diethyl Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Purity: >99.5% (GC) Synonyms: Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Ethyl Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Documents: SDS | Specifications | C of A & Other Certificates | Analytical Charts Add to cart * Items in stock locally ship in 1-2 business days.
CAS RN: 60-29-7 | Product Number: D3479 Diethyl Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Purity: >99.5% (GC) Synonyms: Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Ethyl Ether Anhydrous (stabilized with BHT) Documents: SDS | Specifications | C of A & Other Certificates | Analytical Charts * Please contact our distributors or TCI to order our products.
Mar 26, 2020 · By removing water from diethyl ether, it generates anhydrous (dry) diethyl ether, which is typically used as a solvent in organic chemistry labs. Properties of Diethyl Ether Diethyl ether has a chemical formula of C 4 H 10 O and a molecular mass of 74.12 g/mol. It is colorless but has a strong, distinct smell and a hot, sweet taste.
Diethyl ether (DEE) is widely employed as solvent for Grignard synthesis. [ 1] Its efficacy as solvent for Formalin-ether (F-E) sedimentation technique has been studied. [ 2] It has been reported as a hydroboration solvent. [ 3] DEE is a promising compression-ignition fuel and its energy density is much higher than ethanol.
Aug 16, 2021 · Obtain 3 mL of anhydrous diethyl ether from your GSI in one of the oven dried dram vials. Weigh magnesium powder (50 mg, 2 mmol) and add it to your reaction vessel. Using a 1.0 mL syringe inserted through the septum add 0.5 mL of anhydrous diethyl ether to the reaction vessel.
For a variety of reasons, anhydrous diethyl ether is the solvent of choice for carrying out a Grignard synthesis. Vapors from the highly volatile solvent help to prevent oxygen from reaching the reaction solution. In addition, evidence suggests that the ether molecules actually coordinate with and help stabilize the Grignard reagent:
These compounds /diethyl ether and chromic anhydride/ react violently at room temperature. NFPA With aluminum chloride as a catalyst, occasional explosions involving these /lithium aluminum hydride and diethyl ether/ materials have been traced to carbon dioxide as an impurity in the ether. NFPA