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2-MAE, Methylethylamine, n-methyl-ethanamin, Ethanamine, N-methyl-, Methylaminoethane, Ethylmethylamine, methyl-N-ethylamine, N-ethyl-N-methylamine, N-methyl-aminoethane, N-METHYLETHYLAMINE, (CH3)(C2H5)NH


N-Ethylmethylamine has been used in the synthesis of N-ethyl-methyl acrylamide via reaction with acryloyl chloride.

Ethyl methylamine is part of a group of substances called dialkyl amines. Dialkylamines can be described as organic substances with the dialkylamine group and are which is distinguished by two alkyl groups joined to the amino nitrogen. Ethylmethylamine is insoluble (in the water) and is a very solid base chemical (based upon the pKa). Ethyl-methyl amine is found in many foods, including wild carrots, corn, and cabbage as well as carrots, making the compound of ethylmethylamine a biomarker for the consumption of these foods.

The N-Ethylmethylamine molecules shown on the screen of visualization is able to be rotated dynamically by clicking repeatedly and moving the mouse. The mouse wheel can be zoomed too. The size of the N-Ethylmethylamine molecules can be altered or increased by moving the wheel.

The details of the bonds, atoms as well as the connectivity and coordinates inside the chemical structures of N.E.M. can easily be seen in this visualization. When you right-click on the screen of visualization there are a variety of options available, such as an image of the van the Waals surface as well as exporting to an image file.

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Product Specification

  • Appearance & Physical State – Colorless liquid
  • Molecular weight – 59.11030
  • Boiling point – 36-37ºC
  • Flash Point – <-30 °F
  • Density – 0.688
  • Vapor Pressure – 8.53 psi ( 20 °C)
  • Storage Condition – 0-6ºC

Safety Information As Per GHS

  • Hazard - 3 corrosive
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