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Tetraethyl Orthocarbonate is used in the synthesis of chemokine receptor-5 inhibitors against HIV-1, benzobisoxazoles and in the preparation of organic semiconductors. It is also employed in the synthesis of 2,7-dimethylene-1,4,6,9-tetraoxaspiro[4,4]nonane and in the synthesis of cross linked poly(orthocarbonate)s used as organic solvent absorbent.
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Sonmez HB, et al. Use of crosslinked poly (orthosilicate) s as organic solvent absorbent.Polymer Prepr.;2008,49(846).
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Used to protect the 2,3-diol system of nucleosides: J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun., 552 (1969).
For a review of the chemistry of orthocarbonates, see: Synthesis, 73 (1977).
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