|Appearance||Deep blue-green powder|
|Molecular Weight||404.17 g/mol|
Samarium(II) iodide is an inorganic compound with the formula SmI2. When employed as a solution for organic synthesis, it is known as "Kagan's reagent". SmI2 is a green solid and its solutions are green as well. It is a strong one-electron reducing agent that is used in organic synthesis.
Melting point: 526 ±3°
Boiling point: solid: 1580℃
Density 0.922 g/mL at 25 °C
Flashpoint: −2 °F
Storage temp. 2-8°C
Color Deep blue-green
Sensitive Air & Moisture Sensitive
Heavy Atom Count: 3
Molecular Weight 404.17 g/mol
Often used as a single electron transfer reagent in organic chemistry
Reaction accelerator involving aryl cyclization of ruthenium carbonyl
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