Product Name:Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)palladium(0)

IUPAC Name:tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)palladium(0)

Molecular Formula:C72H60P4Pd
Catalog Number:CM100928
Molecular Weight:1155.59

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CAS NO:14221-01-3
Molecular Formula:C72H60P4Pd
Melting Point:-
Smiles Code:C=1C=CC(=CC1)[P](C=2C=CC=CC2)(C=3C=CC=CC3)[Pd]([P](C=4C=CC=CC4)(C=5C=CC=CC5)C=6C=CC=CC6)([P](C=7C=CC=CC7)(C=8C=CC=CC8)C=9C=CC=CC9)[P](C=%10C=CC=CC%10)(C=%11C=CC=CC%11)C=%12C=CC=CC%12
Catalog Number:CM100928
Molecular Weight:1155.59
Boiling Point:
MDL No:MFCD00010012
Storage:Keep in a tight container filled with nitrogen and store at 2°C~8°C

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