Author Topic: benzyl dialkyl methyl ammionium chloride  (Read 1452 times)

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benzyl dialkyl methyl ammionium chloride
« on: June 15, 2004, 03:51:00 PM »
in many pool stores you can get a gallon of 50% benzyl dialkyl (c16) methyl ammonium chloride which is useful for ptc. if you heat a quaternary ammonium salt with sodium hydroxide you get a tertiary amine and an alcohol. if you add 3% h2o2 to a tertiary amine for 24 hours and heat the oxo compound formed you get a secondary amine and an aldehyde. is there any way to determine which substituants are most likely to be split off during these processes?