Amine Oxides

Amine Oxides

An amine oxide, also known as amine-N-oxide and N-oxide, is a chemical compound that contains the functional group R3N+–O−, an N–O bond with three additional hydrogen and/or hydrocarbon side chains attached to N.
Amine oxides are used as protecting group for amines and as chemical intermediates. Long-chain alkyl amine oxides are used as nonionic surfactants and foam stabilizers.
Amine oxides are highly polar molecules and have a polarity close to that of quaternary ammonium salts. Small amine oxides are very hydrophilic and have an excellent water solubility and a very poor solubility in most organic solvents.
Amine oxides are weak bases with a pKa of around 4.5 that form R3N+–OH, cationic hydroxylamines, upon protonation at a pH below their pKa.

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H. T. Preis
332-10717-1
 5mg 
332-10717-2
 10mg 
332-10717-3
 25mg 
332-10717-4
 50mg 
332-10717-5
 100mg 
B209960-10mg
 10mg 
B209960-25mg
 25mg 
B209960-50mg
 50mg 
C587060-10mg
 10mg 
C587060-25mg
 25mg 
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