N-Ethyldiisopropylamine (Huenig's base) is an aliphatic tertiary amine, which is used as a non-nucleophilic base in organic synthesis. Due to its sterical hindrance it acts as a proton scavenger helping to avoid unwanted side-reactions. Its main applications lie in the synthesis of pharmaceutical and agronomical active ingredients.
Based on its steric size the versatile reagent N-Ethyldiisopropylamine is a non-nucleophile base with a variety of applications such as life science and crop protection agents.
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