Sulfurtrioxide Pyridine Complex
Sulfurtrioxide Pyridine Complex – Sulfur trioxide pyri, Pyridine – Sulfur Trioxide Complex, VINYLBENZYLDIMETHYLAMINE, pyridine/sulfur trioxide complex, sulfur trioxide-pyridine complex, SO3*pyridine complex, Sulfur Trioxide – Pyridine Complex, N,N-DIMETHYLVINYLBENZYLAMINE, PyridineSO3, sulfur trioride-pyridine, (DIMETHYLAMINOMETHYL)STYRENE, sulfur(VI) oxide-pyridine complex, sulfur trioxide pyridine, Active Sulfure Trioxide
The Parikh-Doering oxidation process is an oxidation process that transforms the primary alcohol into secondary ones, transforming them into aldehydes as well as ketones in turn. The process uses dimethyl sulfuroxide (DMSO) as a catalyst, which is activated by the sulfur trioxide pyridine compound in conjunction with the triethylamine base.
The sulfur trioxide-pyridine compound is used for sulfation of alcohols, sulfonations and deoxygenations, and other reductions, and oxidations using dimethyl sulfur dioxide. It also serves as a source for sulfur trioxide, particularly for the production of sulfate ester. Additionally, it can be used as an activating electrophile during the oxidation process of Parikh-Doering. Additionally, it is also utilized for the preparation and anticoagulation tests of silk fibroin that has been sulfated.
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- Appearance & Physical State – White to beige powder.
- Molecular weight – 159.16300
- Boiling point – 115.3ºC at 760 mmHg
- Flash Point – 20ºC
- Storage Condition – Keep container closed when not in use. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances. Keep away from water.
- Water Solubility- reacts
Safety Information As Per GHS
Hazard - 8 corrosive
Hazard Statement(s) as per GHS
- H302: Harmful if swallowed
- H314: Causes severe skin burns and eye damage