ⓘ Trimethylarsine

                                     

ⓘ Trimethylarsine

Trimethylarsine is the chemical compound with the formula 3 As, commonly abbreviated AsMe 3 or TMAs. This organic derivative of arsine has been used as a source of arsenic in microelectronics industry, a building block to other organoarsenic compounds, and serves as a ligand in coordination chemistry. It has distinct "garlic"-like smell. Trimethylarsine had been discovered as early as 1854.

                                     
  • This page provides supplementary chemical data on Trimethylarsine The handling of this chemical may incur notable safety precautions. It is highly recommend
  • his results on Gosio gas that was subsequently shown to contain trimethylarsine Under wet conditions, the mold Scopulariopsis brevicaulis produced
  • composition of organoarsenicals is very unusual, with methylarsonic acid and trimethylarsine oxide as major As compounds. Elaphomyces aculeatus Elaphomyces anthracinus
  • Karl - Heinz Mitschke and Hubert Schmidbaur in 1973. Trimethylarsine is chlorinated to trimethylarsine dichloride, which then reacts with methyl lithium
  • but non - chelating organoarsenic ligands include triphenylarsine and trimethylarsine Work on diars preceded the development of the chelating diphosphine
  • using organolithium and Grignard reagents. For example, the series trimethylarsine CH3 3As dimethylarsenic chloride CH3 2AsCl and methylarsenic
  • unlike many other organoarsenic compounds, such as arsenous acid and trimethylarsine it is relatively non - toxic. It has been known since 1920 that marine
  • reagent affords greater amounts of dimethylchloroarsine CH3 2AsCl and trimethylarsine CH3 3As In World War I, the German manufacturing method consisted
  • it was found that gas discovered by Gosio and Biginelli was in fact trimethylarsine Biginelli stated in 1911 that tannin has the formula C41H32O25 and
  • under wet conditions M. brevicaulis produces significant amounts of trimethylarsine via biomethylation of inorganic pigments especially Paris green or