TETRABUTYLAMMONIUM BROMIDE (TBAB)

TETRABUTYLAMMONIUM BROMIDE (TBAB)

Description :

TBAB (Tetrabutylammonium Bromide) is a white powder, its chemical formula is C16H36BrN. TBAB is a quaternary ammonium salt and is one of the most widely used phase transfer catalysts. It finds its application in pharmaceuticals, herbicides, polymers, powder coatings and zeolites. This material is highly soluble in water and methanol.

Tetrabutylammonium Bromide is also known as TBAB, IPC-TBA and N,N,N-tributylbutan-1-aminium bromide.

Product Identification :

CAS # : 1643-19-2
EINECS # : 216-699-2
HS code : 2923 90 00
Sensitivity : Hygroscopic
SYNONYMS TBAB, Tetra-n-Butylammonium Bromide

Specification :

Appearance : White to off white crystalline powder
Assay : ≥ 99.0 %
Melting point : 100 – 104 °C
Water content (by KF) : ≤0.50 %
Amine and amine salt ≤0.50 %

Application :

TBAB (Tetrabutylammonium Bromide) is being used in: (powder) coatings, (fluoro)elastomers, herbicides, (powder coating) resins, and zeolites.

Storage :

Store tetrabutylammonium bromide cool, dry and well-ventilated area and in line with legal requirements.

Keep TBAB away from heat sources and oxidizing agents.

Molecular and structural information :

Molecular formula : C16H36BrN
Molecular weight : 322.37 g/mol
Smiles notation : [Br-].CCCC[N+](CCCC)(CCCC)CCCC
InChi key : JRMUNVKIHCOMHV-UHFFFAOYSA-M
Structural formula image

Physicochemical information :

Bulk density : 0.63 TO 0.64 gm/mL
Flash point : NOT AVAILABLE
Melting point : 100°C TO 104°C
Boiling point: NOT AVAILABLE
Solubility SOLUBLE IN WATER & METHANOL

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