Applied Radiation and Isotopes | VOL. 54
[11C]Formaldehyde revisited: considerable concurrent [11C]formic acid formation in the low-temperature conversion of [11C]carbon dioxide into [11C]formaldehyde
Publication Date Jun 1, 2001
The reduction of [11C]carbon dioxide with lithium aluminium hydride in diethyl ether at temperatures ranging from -56 degrees C to 19 degrees C was studied. In contrast to what others have reported, considerable amounts of [11C]formic acid were found at all studied temperatures.
Formic Acid Formation Lithium Aluminium Hydride Carbon Dioxide Diethyl Ether Formic Acid Low-temperature Conversion Aluminium Hydride Acid Formation
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