1,1,3,5 Tetra Methyl Piperidinium Chloride can be produced by reducing pyridine-carbonitriles. Ketones can be generated by oxidising alkyl pyridines or by forming cross-Claisen condensation. In the textile industry, higher alkyl pyridinium salts are employed as dye auxiliaries and spin bath additions. This chemical is very easy to use and safe to handle. It is utilized for a variety of reasons, including improving processing, modifying performance or appearance, preventing or delaying aging, and lowering costs.
1,1,3,5 Tetramethylpiperidinium Chloride Properties:
- Molecular Formula: C9H20
- Average mass: 177.715 Da
- Monoisotopic mass: 177.128433 Da
- ChemSpider ID: 28673649