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Synthesis of New Cationic and Amphoteric Triple-Chain F-Alkylated Amphiphiles Derived From 3-[N-[2-(F-Alkyl)Ethyl] N-Alkylamino] Propanoic Acids

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The N-[2-(F-alkyl)ethyl] amines were condensed with acrylic acid to afford the 3-[N-[2-(F-alkyl)ethyl] N-alkylamino] propanoic acids which are double-chain intermediates. To introduce a third chain, these intermediates and n-alkyl amines or n-2-(F-alkyl)ethyl amines were reacted according to three different methods to form triple-chain compounds which are quaternized by reagents such methyl iodide, ethyl bromoacetate and 1,3-propane sultone to form cationic and amphoteric triple-chain perfluoroalkylated surfactants.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire de Chimie Organique du Fluor, Parc Valrose, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, B.P.71, F-06108 NICE cedex 02; 2: Laboratoire 3S, 7 rue de l'Industrie, MC - 98000 MONACO


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