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Most quaternary ammonium compounds have the general formula R4N+X and are a type of cationic organic nitrogen compound. The nitrogen atom, covalently bonded to four organic groups, bears a positive charge that is balanced by a negative counterion. There are vast numbers of quaternary ammonium compounds. Many are naturally occurring and have been found to be crucial in biochemical reactions. Many quaternaries are also produced synthetically and are commercially available. Some of the examples of QUATs are benzalkonium chloride, Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides and methylbenzethonium chloride.
In the Menshutkin reaction, the tertiary amines are converted into Quaternary Ammonium Salt by reacting it with alkyl halide and a similar reaction takes place when tertiary phosphines are treated with alkyl halides. For instance, triethyl benzyl ammonium chloride is prepared from triethylamine and benzyl chloride.
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