Palladium(II)acetate,3375-31-3,Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate

Palladium(II)acetate,3375-31-3,Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate
Palladium(II)acetate,3375-31-3,Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate
Palladium(II)acetate,3375-31-3,Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate
Palladium(II)acetate,3375-31-3,Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate
Palladium(II)acetate,[3375-31-3],Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate

Palladium(II) acetate is a chemical compound of palladium described by the formula Pd(O2CCH3)2 or Pd(OAc)2. It is considered more reactive than the analogous platinum compound. It is soluble in many organic solvents.
Identification
Name   Palladium(II) acetate
Synonyms   Palladium diacetate, Pd(OAc)2,palladium acetate
 
Molecular Structure   CAS # 3375-31-3, Palladium diacetate, Palladium(II) acetate
 
Molecular Formula   Pd.(C2H3O2)2; Pd(OCOCH3)2
Molecular Weight   224.51
CAS Registry Number   3375-31-3
EINECS   222-164-4
Pd content   47.4%
Specification   Analytical pure
Packing   5g,10g,100g,1kg or packed on the clients' requirements
     
Properties
 
Melting point   205 ºC
Water solubility   insoluble
Appearance   Yellowish brown powder
     
Safety Data
 
Hazard Symbols   symbol   Xi  
Risk Codes   R41  
Safety Description   S26;S39  
MSDS   Pd(OAc)2 - Palladium(II) acetate-MSDS.pdf
     
 Application
Application Guide for Palladium Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions
Palladium(II) acetate was employed as catalyst for the following reactions:
• Formation of allylic acetates. (eq. 1)  • Hydroselenation of triple bonds. (eq. 2)  • Heck arylation of alkenes. (eq. 3)  • Cyclocarbonylation. (eq. 4) • Buchwald-Hartwig amination reaction. (eq. 5)

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