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Trimethyl borate, or boron trimethoxide, has formula B(OCH3)3. It is a clear liquid. It melts at −34 °C and boils at 68-69 °C. It decomposes in contact with water. It is flammable and burns with a green flame.
Additional recommended knowledge
It is primarily used as a precursor to boronic esters and boronic acids for Suzuki couplings. Other uses include :
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