An expamle of using dimethyl carbonate as an environmetnally begin methylating reagent

Phan Thanh Binh, Le Ngoc Thuc, Nguyen Thi Thu Trang, Nguyen Viet Tu, Nguyen Thi Ngat

Abstract


DMC (dimethyl carbonate) was examined as a methylating reagent in the reaction with eugenol affording methyl eugenol – a pesticide used in protecting oranges from the attack of the fruit-flies. The methylated product was obtained in high yield and selectivity. The result showed a possibility to replace the toxic, environmentally harmful methylating reagents such as methyl halides (MeX; X=I, Br, Cl) and dimethyl sulfate (DMS) in the production of methyl eugenol.


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