Intatrade Chemicals GmbH since 2004

Intatrade Chemicals GmbH is focussing on marketing organic compounds for micro- and nano - electronics as well as optoelectronics of organic synthesis catalysts, Intatrade  offers a wide range of hetero-organic compounds. Among them are metallocenes of practically all transitional metals, alkyl derivatives and cyclic derivatives of the 4th-group elements (particularly, those of germanium, tin, lead, silicon and others), hetero-organic compounds of phosphorus and sulphur and also organo - metallic compounds of rare-earth elements. The company offers also numerous  tris (tetramethylcyclopentadienyl) derivatives of rare-earth elements

Intatrade Chemicals GmbH represents some Russian and Ukranian producers as exclusive agent in EUROPE and other counties.

This alliance has focused on new organic, organometallic and nonorganic substances, supplying them customers for micro and nano-electronics, optic electronics, and catalysts of fine organic synthesis. One of our activity field is the production of the water-soluble phosphines chemistry which can be used as catalysts of polymerization in aqueous media; another new project the different derivatives of calcium, strontium, tungsten, zirconium and tantalum which can be applied for MCVD., LED, OLED technology.

Custom oriented, flexible and reliable Partner for dealing in research of methods of fine synthesis of complex organic compounds for micro- and nano - electronics as well as optoelectronics of organic synthesis catalysts. Intatrade   offers a wide range of hetero-organic compounds and custom synthesis (if necessary under exclusive agreement )  in following 

Areas

  • Halogen phosphines (RnPX3-n)
  • Aminoalkyl(aryl) phosphines (Alk2N)nPR3-n
  • Amino chloro phosphines (Alk2N)nPCl3-n
  • Bis(dichlorophosphino)polymethylenes (Cl2P(CH2)nPCl2)
  • Bis[dialkyl(aryl)phosphino]polymethylenes (R2P(CH2)nPR2)
  • Bis[dialkyl(aryl)phosphino]polymethylenes monooxides (R2P(CH2)nP(O)R2)
  • Phosphine borane complexes R2PH*BH3
  • Alkyl, aryl and alkoxy derivatives of silicon, germanium and tin