4 4 Dimetil 2 Butanon

Pinacolone

Skeletal formula of pinacolone

Skeletal formula

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Ball-and-stick model

Names
Preferred IUPAC name

3,3-Dimethylbutan-2-one

Other names

t-Butyl methyl ketone
1,1,1-Trimethylacetone

Identifiers

CAS Number

  • 75-97-8
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3D ideal (JSmol)

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Beilstein Reference

1209331
ChemSpider
  • 6176
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ECHA InfoCard 100.000.838
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EC Number
  • 200-920-4
MeSH Pinacolone

PubChem
CID

  • 6416
RTECS number
  • EL7700000
UNII
  • 3U1AAG3528
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UN number 1224

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(EPA)

  • DTXSID5021752
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InChI

  • InChI=1S/C6H12O/c1-5(7)6(2,3)4/h1-4H3check
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    Key: PJGSXYOJTGTZAV-UHFFFAOYSA-Ufukcheck
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SMILES

  • CC(=O)C(C)(C)C

Properties

Chemical formula

C
6
H
12
Ozon
Molar mass
100.161
 g·mol−1
Appearance Colorless liquid
Density 0.801 g cm−3
Melting point −52[1] °C (−62 °F; 221 K)
Boiling point 103 to 106 °C (217 to 223 °F; 376 to 379 K)

Magnetic susceptibility (χ)

-69.86·10−6
cm3/mol
Hazards
GHS
labelling:

Pictograms

GHS02: Flammable
GHS07: Exclamation mark

Signal word

Danger

Hazard statements

H225,
H302,
H315,
H319,
H332,
H335,
H412

Precautionary statements

P210,
P233,
P240,
P241,
P242,
P243,
P261,
P264,
P270,
P271,
P273,
P280,
P301+P312,
P302+P352,
P303+P361+P353,
P304+P312,
P304+P340,
P305+P351+P338,
P312,
P321,
P330,
P332+P313,
P337+P313,
P362,
P370+P378,
P403+P233,
P403+P235,
P405,
P501
NFPA 704
(fire diamond)

1

4

0

Flash point 5 °C (41 °F; 278 K)
Safety data sheet (SDS) External MSDS

Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their pataka state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).

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Infobox references

Chemical compound

Pinacolone
(3,3-dimethyl-2-butanone) is an important ketone in organic chemistry. It is a colorless liquid and has a slight peppermint- or camphor- odor. It is a precursor to triazolylpinacolone in the synthesis of the fungicide triadimefon and in synthesis of the herbicide metribuzin. The molecule is an unsymmetrical ketone. The α-methyl group can participate in condensation reactions. The carbonyl group can undergo the usual reactions (hydrogenation, reductive amination, etc.). It is a Schedule 3 compound under the Chemical Weapons Convention 1993, due to being related to pinacolyl alcohol, which is used in the production of soman.[2]
It is also a controlled export in Australia Group member states.[3]

Preparation

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Most famously, at least in the classroom, pinacolone arises by the pinacol rearrangement, which occurs by protonation of pinacol (2,3-dimethylbutane-2,3-diol).[4]

800px-Pinacol rearragement.png

Industrially pinacolone is made by the hydrolysis of 4,4,5-trimethyl-1,3-dioxane, which is the product of isoprene and formaldehyde via the Prins reaction. It also is generated by ketonization of pivalic acid and acetic acid or acetone oper metal oxide catalysts. 3-Methylbutanal is a starting material for 2,3-dimethyl-2-butene, which in turn is converted to pinacolone. Pinacolone can also be produced from 2-methy-2-butanol when reacted with C5 alcohols.[5]

Drug Uses

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Pinacolone is produced in large amounts for use in fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides.

  1. retrosynthetic analysis of vibunazole showed that it was derived from pinacolone.
  2. It is also used to prepare pinacidil, as well as naminidil.
  3. Stiripentol
  4. Tribuzone
  5. Pivaloylacetonitrile is used in the synthesis of Doramapimod.
  6. Triadimefon
  7. Diclobutrazole
  8. Paclobutrazol
  9. Valconazole
  10. Diethylstilbestrol pinacolone [18922-13-9].[6]
  11. Some kind of Bisphenol A derivative also
    U.S. Patent 4,599,463
  12. Thiofanox

See also

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  • Pinacol
  • Pinacolyl alcohol
  • Soman

References

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  1. ^


    “Pinacolone | C6H12O | ChemSpider”.


  2. ^



    Handbook of chemical and biological warfare agents
    (2nd ed.). CRC Press. 24 August 2007. ISBN9780849314346.



  3. ^


    “Export Control List: Chemical Weapons Precursors”.
    Australia Group. australiagroup.net. Retrieved
    7 April
    2022
    .



  4. ^


    G. A. Hill and E. W. Flosdorf (1941). “Pinacolone”.
    Organic Syntheses.

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    Collective Volume, vol. 1, p. 462



  5. ^


    Siegel, H; Eggersdorfer (2012).
    Ketones.
    Ullman’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. 5. Vol. 20. doi:10.1002/14356007.a15_077. ISBN9783527306732.



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    Oda, T; Sato, Y; Kodama, M; Kaneko, M (July 1993). “Inhibition of DNA topoisomerase I activity by diethylstilbestrol and its analogues”.
    Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin.
    16
    (7): 708–10. doi:10.1248/bpb.16.708. PMID 8401407.




Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinacolone

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