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Synthesis of quaternary ammonium salts

  • Y. Sasson

Abstract

Since the early days of phase transfer catalysis (PTC), the most popular catalysts have been quaternary ammonium salts (quats). Among these, tetra- H-butylammonium bromide (TBAB), introduced by Brandstrom, triethyl- benzylammonium chloride (TEBA), initiated by Maskoza, and Stark’s tricaprylmethylammonium chloride (Aliquat 336 or Adogen 464) are more frequently applied. The procedure for the synthesis of these compounds and other simple quaternary ammonium salts is straightforward. The variety of commercially available quats at a reasonable cost has been increasing constantly.

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Quaternary Ammonium Phase Transfer Ammonium Salt Quaternary Ammonium Salt Phase Transfer Catalyst 
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