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Molecular Formula:C7H13N

Molecular Weight:111.1848

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Synonyms: QUINUCLIDINE; 100-76-5; EINECS 202-887-1; MFCD00006690; XFX99FC5VI; CHEMBL1209648; CHEBI:38420; SBYHFKPVCBCYGV-UHFFFAOYSA-N; quinuclidine,1-Azabicyclo[2.2.2]octane; quinuclidinehydrochloride; Quinuclidine, 97%; AC1L1OYP; 1-Azabicyclo[2.2.2]octane; azabicyclo[2.2.2]octane; DSSTox_CID_31396; DSSTox_RID_97282; DSSTox_GSID_57607; SCHEMBL18960; 1-azabicyclo[2,2,2]octane; 1-Azoniabicyclo[2.2.2]Octane; DTXSID2057607; SCHEMBL11328296; CTK0H6123; 1,4-Ethanopiperidine; KS-000002KD; ZINC1486613; Tox21_113847; BDBM50416495; PDSP1_000405; PDSP2_000403; AKOS015840987; CS-W013663; FCH1115141; MCULE-2429311460; 1,4-Ethylenepiperidine; TRA0046996; NCGC00253728-01; AS-31127; CAS-100-76-5; CC-34184; LS-22482; SC-84874; DB-007846; TC-020873; A6664; Chinuclidin; FT-0080398; FT-0631529; Q0062; 12644-EP2270114A1; 12644-EP2271650A1; 12644-EP2272972A1; 12644-EP2272973A1; 12644-EP2275401A1; 12644-EP2277858A1; 12644-EP2277872A1; ABCO; 12644-EP2292586A2; 12644-EP2295402A2; 12644-EP2298761A1; 12644-EP2300464A1; 12644-EP2305219A1; 12644-EP2305675A1; 12644-EP2305676A1; 12644-EP2308875A1; 12644-EP2311807A1; 12644-EP2313404A1; 1-Azabicyclo(2.2.2)octane; 12644-EP2314590A1; 12644-EP2316831A1; 12644-EP2371831A1; 54141-EP2371811A2; 100Q765; C-30766; SR-01000944922; J-000219; SR-01000944922-1; BRD-K84257395-001-01-1; UNII-XFX99FC5VI; InChI=1/C7H13N/c1-4-8-5-2-7(1)3-6-8/h7H,1-6H; quinuclidin-; Quinuclidine hydrochloride; C7H13N; CID7527; C7-H13-N; ACN-031737; 39896-06-5; 4-Azabicyclo[2.2.2]octane;

Keywords: 100-76-5,MFCD00006690,1P0000NE,Quinuclidine,C7H13N

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1P0000NE 98% 1g $21.00 $16.00 In Stock USA ADD TO CART BUY NOW
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1P0000NE 98% 25g $414.00 $311.00 In Stock USA ADD TO CART BUY NOW

  • Quinuclidine is a bicyclic amine that is structurally unique, featuring a bridged nitrogen atom in a nine-membered ring system. This heterocyclic compound has found a variety of applications in chemical synthesis due to its unique structural and chemical properties.
    One of the primary applications of quinuclidine is in the synthesis of quaternary ammonium compounds. By reacting quinuclidine with a suitable alkylating agent, chemists can produce quinuclidinium salts that are useful as phase-transfer catalysts in various organic reactions. These catalysts can facilitate the transfer of anions between different phases in a reaction mixture, which helps to increase the reaction rate and improve yields.
    Furthermore, quinuclidine derivatives are pivotal in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and bioactive molecules. In medicinal chemistry, quinuclidine has been used to create a wide range of alkaloids and therapeutically relevant compounds. Particularly, it's a key starting material in the production of muscarinic acetylcholine receptor antagonists, such as the drug Solifenacin which is used to treat overactive bladder.
    Quinuclidine is also used in asymmetric synthesis as a chiral auxiliary or base. Its rigid framework and stereochemical properties enable selective formation of chiral centers, making it a valuable tool for the synthesis of enantiomerically pure compounds. It can help to deprotonate prochiral nucleophiles while imposing a distinct spatial orientation, leading to high selectivity in the resulting products.
    In addition, this compound finds application in the synthesis of ionic liquids. Quinuclidine can be functionalized to produce ionic liquid structures which have been increasingly used in green chemistry due to their low volatility and reusability. These ionic liquids have applications ranging from catalysis to electrochemical systems.
    Through its multifaceted roles as a reactant, catalyst, and structural scaffold, quinuclidine serves as a versatile component in the chemist's toolkit, enabling the construction of complex molecular architectures and the advancement of chemical synthesis strategies.

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