As the world leader in cGMP azide chemistry with projects of up to 100's MT per year , we can provide a large variety of nitrogen containing heterocycles such as tetrazoles, triazoles and offer alternative routes for the synthesis of primary amines, isocyanates, etc.
Sodium azide is a very powerful reagent that gives access to a broad variety of structures avoiding costly and long alternative routes.
Trimethylsilyl azide can be used as an alternative to sodium azide, especially for reactions that do not tolerate acidic or alkaline conditions or polar solvents and it can also be used for asymmetric ring opening reactions or iminoposphoranes syntheses.
Alternatively, we also work with other organic azides such as:
The synthesis of isocyanates via the Curtius Rearrangement is an elegant alternative to phosgenation to afford ureas, carbamates and tetrazolinones, especially if the corresponsing carboxylic acids are easier to access than the amines.
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