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Deuterated Reagents

METHANOL-D4

(811-98-3)
Deuterated methanol is mainly used as nuclear magnetic resonance reagents, pharmacy and synthesis, photoelectric material modification, laboratory special reagents, chemicals, scientific research, detection and so on. Deuterated methanol is a labeled analog of methyl alcohol, it is a common laboratory solvent, mainly used in spectroscopy technology (UV/VIS, NMR, IR).

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LITHIUM ALUMINUM DEUTERIDE

(14128-54-2)
Lithium aluminum deuteride is used as a source of deuterium atoms (heavy hydrogen,
1
D-2) to produce tritium (
1
T-3) (super heavy hydrogen) for cooling nuclear reactors.

TOLUENE-D8

(2037-26-5)
Toluene-d8 is the labelled version of Toluene, a hydrocarbon fuel with many applications. It is also highly biotoxic, with sterilization applications to microbial cultures and the ability to lyse bacterial cells.

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IODOMETHANE-D3

(865-50-9)
Methyl iodide-d3 is used in biochemical research to apply analytical spectroscopy techniques for the analysis of peptides and glycans.

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ACETONE-D6

(666-52-4)
Isotope labelled Acetone is a common organic building block in organic chemistry. Deuterated acetone is mainly used as nuclear magnetic resonance reagents, pharmacy and synthesis, photoelectric material modification, laboratory special reagents, chemicals, scientific research, testing and so on.

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ACETONITRILE-D3

(2206-26-0)
Deuterated acetonitrile is mainly used as nuclear magnetic resonance reagents, pharmacy and synthesis, photoelectric material modification, laboratory special reagents, chemicals, scientific research, testing and so on.

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BENZENE-D6

(1076-43-3)
Deuterated benzene is a common solvent used in NMR spectroscopy. Benzene-D6 (C6D6) is a deuterated derivative of benzene, which is a standard purity solvent used for NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) analysis.

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DIMETHYLSULFOXIDE-D6

(2206-27-1)
Deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide has strong water absorption and permeability to the body. It is widely used as a solvent and reaction reagent. It is used as a solvent for organic synthesis in the fields of pesticides, dyes, and pharmaceutical intermediates, so it is named "universal medicine" or "Universal solvent". Deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is an aprotic polar solvent. Because of its special solvent effect on chemical reactions and its dissolution characteristics for many substances, it is called "universal solvent". At present, it is widely used in many chemical fields such as petroleum, chemical industry, medicine, electronics, synthetic fiber, plastic, printing and dyeing. Deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide is widely used as a solvent and reaction reagent, especially as a processing solvent and spinning solvent in the polymerization of acrylonitrile. Dimethylamine is widely used in a large number of chemical fields, so the recovery of deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide has objective economic and environmental benefits. The recovery of deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide usually adopts rectification method, and the equipment investment and energy consumption are relatively large in the existing deuterated dimethyl sulfoxide recovery method.

CHLOROFORM-D

(865-49-6)
Labelled Chloroform, generally in trimethylsilane solution, used in NMR spectroscopy as a solvent. Unlabelled chloroform has been used an an anaesthetic due to its action on the central nervous system. Reagents for nuclear magnetic equipment. For NMR

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Deuterated reagent chemicals are derived from nuclear physics heavy water extraction industry derived products. The introduction of the atomic bomb in the 1940s promoted the rapid development of the seawater and heavy water refining industry, and gradually shifted from military and national defense to high-tech R & D applications. At present, the production process of high-purity deuterated derivatives is mainly controlled by Germany and the United States. "Deuterated Reagents" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Deuterated Reagents.
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