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Grignard Reagent

BENZYLMAGNESIUMBROMIDE

(1589-82-8)
Benzylmagnesium bromide belongs to a kind of Grignard reagent and can be used in the preparation of 2,6-dimethyl-2-heptanol; it is also used as an intermediate in the preparation of cobisstat.
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Grignard Reagent is an organometallic compound containing magnesium halide, which belongs to nucleophilic reagent due to its negative carbon ion. It was discovered by French chemist Fran & ccedil; OIS Auguste Victor Grignard. There are two kinds of Grignard reagents: 1. Chlorobenzene (benzyl chloride) reacts with magnesium in the presence of ether (tetrahydrofuran); 2. Cyclopentane bromide reacts with magnesium (zinc) in the presence of ether (tetrahydrofuran). "Grignard reagent" on echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Grignard reagent
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