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Boron Trichloride 1 M Solution In Mdc

trichloro-borane, Borontrichloride, BCl3, trichloro-boran, Trichloroboron, boric trichloride, Boron Trichloride, chloruredebore, Borane,trichloro, boron chloride, Boron trichloride

Boron Trichloride 1 M Solution In Mdc

Boron trichloride may be used in the synthesis of Cl-BODIPYs (BODIPY – Boron-dipyrromethene) and tris(dimethylamino)borane. It can be used to make sceptrins as well as nakamuric acid.

To prepare methyl esters from fat acids and for the transformation of triglycerides.

Boron trichloride can be described as a boron Halide. It plays a role in the hydroboration process of alkenes. It is a strongly polarized donor-acceptor complexes with trimethyl Triethylsilyl triflate. Boron trichloride-assisted reactions between acid chlorides and alkynyltrifluoroborate salts have been reported to form ynones.

Boron trichloride can be used in the production of semiconductors and the creation of other compounds containing boron. It acts as a reagent for the production of different protease inhibitors. It can also be used as a catalyst and a soldering flux. It plays a role in the advancement of aluminum castings by treating them with boron trichloride vapours. It is used to create electrical resistors. It can also be used as a refining agent for metals specifically for magnesium, aluminum, copper, and zinc alloys. It is also used to make nanomaterials like nanofibers and nanotubes. Furthermore it is also used in the production of high-energy fuels as well as rocket propellants.

CAS No :

10294-34-5

EC Number :

233-658-4

Formula :

BCl3

Category:

Product Specification

  • Appearance & Physical State – Clear, colorless liquid or gas, fumes in air
  • Molecular weight – 117.17000
  • Boiling point – 12ºC
  • Flash Point – -17ºC
  • Density – 0.738
  • Vapor Pressure – 29.72 psi ( 55 °C)
  • Storage Condition – 2-8ºC
  • Water Solubility- decomposes

Safety Information As Per GHS

Hazard - 2.3 corrosive

Hazard Statement(s) as per GHS

  • H280: Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated
  • H300 + H330 : Fatal if swallowed + Fatal if inhaled
  • H314: Causes severe skin burns and eye damage
  • H335: May cause respiratory irritation
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