- This reaction produces tetramethylene sulfoxide, which can then be further oxidized.
- On the other hand, Grubbs did not rule out the possibility of a tetramethylene intermediate.
- Furthermore, they serve as carriers for radionuclides in bone cancer treatments ( see samarium-153-ethylene diamine tetramethylene phosphonate ).
- In 1956 DuPont introduced polyether polyols, specifically poly ( tetramethylene ether ) glycol, and BASF and Dow Chemical started selling polyalkylene glycols in 1957.
- It consisted of a tetramethylene intermediate with sp 3 hybridized carbon atoms linked to a central metal atom with multiple three-center two-electron bonds.
- A special class of polyether polyols, poly ( tetramethylene ether ) glycols, which are made by polymerizing tetrahydrofuran, are used in high performance coating, wetting and elastomer applications.
- Nationwide, butanediol _ or tetramethylene glycol _ was responsible for six deaths in the past year and a half, according to the Food and Drug Administration division that oversees dietary supplements.