cis-3-HEXENYL METHYL CARBONATE - CAS 67633-96-9
Category:
Flavor & Fragrance
Product Name:
cis-3-HEXENYL METHYL CARBONATE
Synonyms:
Carbonic acid, (3Z)-3-hexenyl methyl ester, cis-3-HEXENYL METHYL CARBONATE, cis-hex-3-en-1-yl methyl carbonate, Liffarome; cis-3-HEXENYL METHYL CARBONATE, NO ANTIOXIDANT (special order)
CAS Number:
67633-96-9
Molecular Weight:
158.00
Molecular Formula:
C8H14O3
COA:
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MSDS:
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Olfactive Family:
Floral | Fruity | Green
Odor description:
An intense, green, fruity odor reminiscent of tree fruits such as apple, pear, and peach, with floral undertones.
Chemical Structure
CAS 67633-96-9 cis-3-HEXENYL METHYL CARBONATE

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Reference Reading


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Organic carbonate mixtures are used almost exclusively as lithium battery electrolyte solvents. The linear compounds (dimethyl carbonate, diethyl carbonate, ethyl methyl carbonate) act mainly as thinner for the more viscous and high-melting ethylene carbonate but are the least stable component and have low flash points; these are serious handicaps for lifetime and safety. Polyethers (glymes) are useful co-solvents, but all formerly known representatives solvate Li(+) strongly enough to co-intercalate in the graphite negative electrode and exfoliate it. We have put forward a new electrolyte composition comprising a polyether to which a bulky tert-butyl group is attached ("hindered glyme"), thus completely preventing co-intercalation while maintaining good conductivity. This alkyl-carbonate-free electrolyte shows remarkable cycle efficiency of the graphite electrode, not only at room temperature, but also at 50 and 70 °C in the presence of lithium bis(fluorosulfonimide).
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The elusive neutral bicarbonate radical and the carbonate radical anion form an acid/conjugate base pair. We now report experimental studies for a model of bicarbonate radical, namely, methyl carbonate (methoxycarbonyloxyl) radical, complemented by DFT computations at the CAM-B3LYP level applied to the bicarbonate radical itself. Methyl carbonate radicals were generated by UV irradiation of oxime carbonate precursors. Kinetic EPR was employed to measure rate constants and Arrhenius parameters for their dissociation to CO2 and methoxyl radicals. With oleate and cholesterol lipid components, methyl carbonate radicals preferentially added to their double bonds; with linoleate and linolenate substrates, abstraction of the bis-allylic H atoms competed with addition. This contrasts with the behavior of ROS such as hydroxyl radicals that selectively abstract allylic and/or bis-allylic H atoms. The thermodynamic and activation parameters for bicarbonate radical dissociation, obtained from DFT computations, predicted it would indeed have substantial lifetime in gas and nonpolar solvents.