benzylamine


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benzylamine

[¦ben·zəl′am‚ēn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H5CH2NH2 A liquid that is soluble in water, ethanol, and ether; boils at 185°C (770 mmHg) and at 84°C (24 mmHg); it is toxic; used as a chemical intermediate in dye production. Also known as aminotoluene.
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Researchers describe testing hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite crystals treated with benzylamine to investigate the mechanisms by which the surface of the crystal is passivated, and traps states are reduced.
[2.2.2] octane (DBO) Potassium-octoate in ~65 ~45 diethylene glycol (DABCO K15) Triethylenediamine in ~94 ~67 Dipropyleneglycol (Tegoamin 33) Tin Dibutyl dilaurate ~90 ~90 (DABCO T12) tris-2,4,6- ~94 ~78 dimethylaminomethyl phenol (Ancamine K54) Dimethyl benzylamine n.a.
Various combinations were tested by reacting the D-form of simple carbohydrates (fructose, galactose, glucose or mannose) and an aryl amine or amino acid (aspartic acid, tryptophan, aniline, phenylalanine, benzylamine).
The nine other sachets, Aquino said, contain Isoprophyl Benzylamine, 'a chemical compound used as a precursor or base ingredient in manufacturing drugs.'
While the mixture was heated to 50[degrees]C, a mixture of benzylamine solution (10.7g in 50 mL methanol) and ammonia solution (28%, 6.05 g) was added dropwise.
Ozkay et al., "Design, synthesis, monoamine oxidase inhibition and docking studies of new dithiocarbamate derivatives bearing benzylamine moiety," Bioorganic Chemistry, vol.
The N-benzylated amido group was introduced by treatment of the intermediates (29a-e) with benzylamine followed by treatment with chloroacetyl chloride.
Kinetic studies of the CC aminolysis were performed on the example of the interaction of 1-tetrahydrophenylcarboxy-2,3-propylene carbonate (obtained on the basis of phenyl glycidyl ether (PGE), the content of epoxy groups was 0%, the determined saponification number was 582, and the calculated saponification number was 577, [T.sub.m] = 93[degrees]C, white powder) with benzylamine in chlorobenzene [40].
Provot et al., "Effects of oral administration of benzylamine on glucose tolerance and lipid metabolism in rats," Journal of Physiology and Biochemistry, vol.
The reactive diluent was benzylamine (BA 99% from Riedel-de Haen), with an equivalent weight of 53.6 g/eq.
Tyramine or benzylamine was added to the medium in order to obtain 1 mM concentration and to serve as substrates for AO activities, as already stated [29].