pH-Dependent Degradation of T3P-Related Byproducts
datasetposted on 28.01.2021, 19:04 by Andrew Davidson, David A. Foley, Heather Frericks-Schmidt, Sally Gut Ruggeri, Madeline Herman, Shawn LaCasse, Yizhou Liu, Emma L. McInturff, Ronald Morris, Naila Mugheirbi, Brian Samas, Aritra Sarkar, Robert A. Singer, Faith Witkos, Shu Yu
Propylphosphonic anhydride, or T3P, is a commonly used reagent for amidation reactions with numerous examples of application on scale. One process-friendly aspect of the reagent is the ease of workup, in which quench and extraction or crystallization from aqueous systems should remove any residual T3P or related byproducts. This communication discusses the isolation and characterization of a T3P degradation byproduct and removal of the water-soluble byproduct by washing or further degradation at low pH. A second example demonstrates the degradation of a T3P-related phosphonic ester at low pH.