Para tertiary butyl Calix arene is produced by base induced condensation of p-
alkyl phenol with formaldehyde. Calixarenes generally are basket or vase
shaped macrocyclic compounds of potential interest for host-guest complexation studies.
Calixaranes have hydrophobic cavities that can hold smaller molecules and
ions. With modification, Para tertiary butyl Calix arene derivatives exhibit great
selectivity towards other cations and form complexes with lanthanides and actinides.
Therefore, Para tertiary butyl Calix arene is the most accessible of all known
macrocyclic cavity-containing compounds for preparation of calixarenes carrying
variety of groups both on upper and lower rims. Calixaranes are used in ion sensitive
electrodes or sensors, optical sensors, etc.
Para tertiary butyl Calix arene also know as calix arene, calix-4-arene, calix 4 arene, para tertiary butyl calix 4 arene, calixarene, ion sensitive electrodes or sensors, optical sensors
Para tertiary butyl Calix arene is also manufactured in india in the outskirts of Bombay approximately 120 Kms away on western highway at Plot No E-111, MIDC Tarapur Industrial Area, Maharashtra, India.
Para tertiary butyl Calix arene is the Starting material for further derivatization, including halogenation, acylation, and diazo coupling.
|Product||Para tertiary butyl Calix arene|
|Appearance||White to light beige colour crystalline powder.|
|Melting Point in degree Centigrade||342-344 0C|
|IR Spectrum||Confirms to the structure|
|Proton NMR||Confirms to the structure|