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    Ethers and Derivatives

    3-Bromoanisole

    (2398-37-0)
    It is the main intermediate for the synthesis of anticancer sedative analgesic Qumodo, and can be used in other medicines, dyes and organic synthesis.

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    Diphenylether

    (101-84-8)
    Diphenyl ether is widely used as a heat transfer agent and a dye carrier. It can be used alone or as a mixture with other materials. Because of its reactivity, It can also be used as a raw material or chemical intermediate to produce commercial products. Diphenyl ether is used in the production of: Diphenyl ether is employed as a processing aid in the production of polyesters. It acts as a chemical intermediate in the production of surface active agents and high temperature lubricants, fire retardants like polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and fragrance for detergents. Heat transfer media – like DOWTHERMTM fluids used for heating industrial processes Alkylated diphenyl oxides – used to make surfactants, greases and lubricants Halogenated diphenyl oxides – used in insecticides, wood preservatives, and flame retardants for appliance casings in consumer electronic products High temperature solvents Coatings Textile dye labeling Plastics – like ethylene-propylene-diene monomer (EPDM) rubber that is used for membrane roofing materials Diphenyl ether plays a vital role in the Ferrario reaction to produce phenoxathiin, which finds application in polyamide and polyimide production. Involving similar reactions, diphenyl ether is a significant side product in the high-pressure hydrolysis of chlorobenzene in the production of phenol. Diphenyl ether is found in alcoholic beverages. Diphenyl ether is present in muscat grapes, green tea, vanilla, lemon balm, buckwheat, potato chips and grilled beef. Diphenyl ether is a flavouring ingredient.

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    2-Methoxyethyl ether

    (111-96-6)
    Solvent; reaction medium for Grignard and similar syntheses.

    2-Methoxyethanol

    (109-86-4)
    2-Methoxyethanol, or methyl cellosolve, is an organic compound with formula C 3H 8O 2 that is used mainly as a solvent. It is a clear, colorless liquid with an ether-like odor. It is in a class of solvents known as glycol ethers which are notable for their ability to dissolve a variety of different types of chemical compounds and for their miscibility with water and other solvents. It can be formed by the nucleophilic attack of methanol on protonated oxirane followed by proton transfer: C 2H 5O+ + CH 3OH → C 3H 8O 2 + H+ 2-Methoxyethanol is used as a solvent for many different purposes such as varnishes, dyes, and resins. It is also used as an additive in airplane deicing solutions. In organometallic chemistry it is commonly used for the synthesis of Vaska's complex and related compounds such as carbonylchlorohydridotris(triphenylphosphine)ruthenium (II). During these reactions the alcohol acts as a source of hydride and carbon monoxide.2-Methoxyethanol is toxic to the bone marrow and testicles. Workers exposed to high levels are at risk for granulocytopenia, macrocytic anemia, oligospermia, and azoospermia.The methoxyethanol is converted by alcohol dehydrogenase into methoxyacetic acid which is the substance which causes the harmful effects. Both ethanol and acetate have a protecting effect. The methoxyacetate can enter the Krebs cycle where it forms methoxycitrate.

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    Diphenyl ether

    (101-84-8)
    Diphenyl ether is widely used as a heat transfer agent and a dye carrier. It can be used alone or as a mixture with other materials. Because of its reactivity, It can also be used as a raw material or chemical intermediate to produce commercial products. Diphenyl ether is used in the production of: Diphenyl ether is employed as a processing aid in the production of polyesters. It acts as a chemical intermediate in the production of surface active agents and high temperature lubricants, fire retardants like polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and fragrance for detergents. Heat transfer media – like DOWTHERMTM fluids used for heating industrial processes Alkylated diphenyl oxides – used to make surfactants, greases and lubricants Halogenated diphenyl oxides – used in insecticides, wood preservatives, and flame retardants for appliance casings in consumer electronic products High temperature solvents Coatings Textile dye labeling Plastics – like ethylene-propylene-diene monomer (EPDM) rubber that is used for membrane roofing materials Diphenyl ether plays a vital role in the Ferrario reaction to produce phenoxathiin, which finds application in polyamide and polyimide production. Involving similar reactions, diphenyl ether is a significant side product in the high-pressure hydrolysis of chlorobenzene in the production of phenol. Diphenyl ether is found in alcoholic beverages. Diphenyl ether is present in muscat grapes, green tea, vanilla, lemon balm, buckwheat, potato chips and grilled beef. Diphenyl ether is a flavouring ingredient.

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    Ethers are a general term for organic compounds with a C-O-C structure, and the general formula is R—O—R. Symmetrical ethers are usually formed by removing one molecule of water from two molecules of alcohol, which can be regarded as derivatives of alcohol.
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